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Istanbul, The Architecture of City Landscape

Abraham Risyad Adikuncoro
Hanif Budiman
Graha Ilmu, Yogyakarta, 2020
x+94 page; 25x25 cm.; illuss.

Turkey is located on two continents, Asia and Europe, has been an important poinr in the world trade route since long time ago. The vorious cultures brought from various countries influence the aspects of life more or less in Turkey, one of which is Architecture. The city of Istanbul, has a million beauty and charm. Including the urban landscape pattern and the pattern of the city area. Built since the beginning of the Ottoman, Greek and Byzantin times the pattern of cities in the major cities of influence in Istanbul has a unique and distinctive pattern of urban landscape and regional patterns. Not only in Istanbul, the pattern of urban landscape and regional pattern from antiquity is also still clearly visible in the areas of Edirne and Eyup, the capital before Istanbul to the Ottoman Empire. Istanbul itself is an area with hills and sea that makes them process landscape uniquely. This can be seen from how the existing hill contour are valued in a unique way. Likewise, the processing of the landscape of the mosque (camii) which became the center of human activity at the time of the Ottoman Empire had many facilities around it called kulliye. The buildings and complexes in Istanbul have a relationship and history with surrounding situation, such as the sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus Strait, and the Golden Horn which is the most important part of Istanbul's history. Because of the uniqueness and distinctiveness of the pattern of urban landscape and the parttern of the area that Turkey has, it is interesting to discuss it more deeply. In this book, it is explained how the pattern of urban landscape and the area from the Ottoman period to the activities of the existing community that exists today.//yn

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