Evaluatıon School Of Archıtecture In The Context Of Transformated Space

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Gazi Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Turkey

Approval Date: 2020

Thesis Language: Turkish


Supervisor: SARE SAHİL


The buildings, which meet the needs of the period they built, lose their original functions due to the changing conditions and requirements of the era. Integrate buildings that lose functions into society with adaptive re-use, not only preserves urban memory, it also provides economic and environmental benefits. In terms of such properties, adaptive re-use has been applied in many building types for various functions and has provided the buildings to continued existence. However, re-functionalized structures may not be preserved in their original form. Adaptive reuse affects structures in many ways. The scale of this effect varies according to the requirements of the new function and the type of structure. In this study, the effects of reuse on the building were investigated. Within the content of the field study, three buildings which were functioned as architecture schools were examined as examples. These examples; Konya Technical University Faculty of Architecture transformed from Konya Girls Teacher School, Abdullah Gül University Faculty of Architecture transformed from Kayseri Sümerbank Textile Factory and Mardin Artuklu University Faculty of Architecture transformed from Mardin Government House. The effects of the requirements of the architectural school on space editing, structural system, façade and technical infrastructure were examined with the help of space analysis and visuals and the results were discussed. Drawings, visuals and written sources were used to examine these buildings which were built for different functions but have the same function today. In this study, the attention is drawn to the importance of the relationship between the architecture schools and the city in terms of architectural education and the importance of the reuse of social, cultural and historically valuable buildings is emphasized.