The Ottoman House. Papers from the Amasya Symposium, 24-27 September 1996

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ISBN / ISSN: 9781898249122
Basım yılı ve yeri: 1998 / Oxford
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Sert kapak
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Ürün Boyutları: 215 x 300 mm
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Seemingly contradictory ideas of privacy and community dominate Ottoman cities. While houses are internally divided to guard female modesty behind a frontage studded with peep-holes, streets in cities like Amasya are often bridged by first-floor passageways between different houses. This book contains 17 papers by architects and archaeologists looking at how the Ottoman house was structured, how it has varied over time and space, and how surviving examples are faring in a world of breeze-block construction. Although the examples discussed are all Near Eastern, and mostly from Turkey, the revelations this book contains about structuring principles will make it a valuable companion to understanding architectural relics from all over the Ottoman Empire.

Table of contents  

  iii   Preface

  iv   Acknowledgements  

   v   Contents  

  vi   Glossary of most common Turkish terms  

 vii   List of figures  

  ix   List of plates  

xiv   Map of Turkey and the Near East

Part One

The Ottoman House in Context  

  • Introduction

  • Chapter One: After the Ottomans are gone: imagining the Turkish Ottoman house / Carel Bertram

  • Chapter Two: The deeper structures of urban Ottoman housing fabric: conservation of space and form through basic parameters / Maurice Münir Cerasi

  • Chapter Three: Ottman encampment and urban settlement: a comparative evaluation / Burcu Özgüven

Part Two

Regional Variations in Turkey and the Near East  

  • Introduction

  • Chapter Four: Personality and meaning of gendered places: the case of Safranbolu / Hande Birkalan

  • Chapter Five: Tire Houses / Mükerrem Kürüm

  • Chapter Six: The old houses of Balaban / Bekir Deniz

  • Chapter Seven: The architecture of Boyabat village houses / Halit Çal

  • Chapter Eight: The Palestinian Arab house: the Ottoman connection / Ron Fuchs

  • Chapter Nine: Houses of the Ottoman period in Jordan / Alison McQuitty

  • Chapter Ten: Ottoman houses in Cyprus / Netice Yıldız

Part Three

The Ottoman House in Detail  

  • Introduction

  • Chapter Eleven: Ottoman house construction in the old town of Amasya / Ali Kamil Yalçın

  • Chapter Twelve: The mansion of Hasan Kurtoğlu in Amasya Hatice and / Okay Kuşçu

  • Chapter Thirteen: Westernisms in Ottman art: wall paintings in 19th century houses / Günsel Renda

  • Chapter Fourteen: Wood decoration on the frontage of late Ottoman houses in central and south central Anatolia / H. Örcün Barışta

Part Four

The Future of the Ottoman House  

  • Introduction

  • Chapter Fifteen: The architectural characteristics of traditional houses in Konya and theor conservation problems / Haşim Karpuz

  • Chapter Sixteen: Adapting a traditional building for contemporary usage in Mersin / Candan Ülku

  • Chapter Seventeen: House and urban form in Amasya, Turkey: a paradigm for new neighbourhoods / William Bechhoefer

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