INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


RE-USE OF TÜRK OCAK BUILDINGS

During the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, against the Westernization movements, by the Ottoman Intellectuals, II. The Turkishness movements created after the Turkish movements led to the birth of the Türk Ocak’s, a new cultural field and the largest non-governmental organization in our history. With the establishment of the Türk Ocak’s and their spread to very large regions in a short time, an unprecedented building typology has emerged. Many of the buildings built to meet the need for this new building had the characteristics of the Early republican Architecture period, which was the architectural movement of the period. The Türk Ocak’s, which have survived today, have been accepted as historical cultural heritage due to their architectural features, reflecting the social structure of the perios and their usage values n the historical process they were built. Within the scope of the study, the Türk Ocak structures, which have lost their original function and have been re-use today, have been evaluated with a conservation perspective



Keywords
Protection, Re-use, Türk Ocak’s



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