ISBN / ISSN: 9781898249122
Basım yılı ve yeri: 1998 / Oxford
(Sahaf / Durumu: Yeni)
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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
vi Glossary of most common Turkish terms
vii List of figures
ix List of plates
xiv Map of Turkey and the Near East
The Ottoman House in Context
Regional Variations in Turkey and the Near East
The Ottoman House in Detail
The Future of the Ottoman House