Issuu on Google+

NEIGHBOURHOOD 2.0

ILGIN HANCIO ĞLU 020110194


//_____________________________________________________________INDEX

01___________________________________________________URBAN ANALYSIS 02___________________________________________________________FERIKOY

03____________________________________________________________PROLOGUE 04___________________________________________________________MUST HAVES 05________________________________________________________SITE DIAGRAMS 06_____________________________________________________________SITE PLAN 07_____________________________________________________________SECTION A 08_____________________________________________________________SECTION B 11__________________________________________________________SITE DIAGRAM 12______________________________________________________EXP. PERSPECTIVE 13____________________________________________________COMMUNITY CENTER 14____________________________PRINCIPLES OF EXPANSION & PERSONALISATION 15____________________________PRINCIPLES OF EXPANSION & PERSONALISATION 16__________________________________________________________FLOOR PLANS 17___________________________________________________________FOOD ROUTE 18__________________________________________________________________

19__________________________________________________________TREE HOUSES 20__________________________________________________________________ 21__________________________________________________________________


01___________________________________________________URBAN ANALYSIS

Kağıthane

Gayrettepe Şişli

Feriköy Ortaköy

Harbiye

Eyüp

Dolmabahçe

Beşiktaş

Beyoğlu Beylerbeyi

Kabataş

Karaköy Eminönü

1946

1966

1982

The settlements create a gridal pattern

First traces of irregular settlements

With the junction; the area got closer to trasportation points

Junction expansion

Slums

Highrises

Gridal area

2014 With the junction expansion and the tunnel the area became a trasportation point. The highrise buildings and the slums contrasts with the neighbourhood which is still ongoing on the gridal parts.


02___________________________________________________________FERIKOY

Main road with vehicle traffic and a bus route Streets with neighbourhoods Ağaçlık alan Tarihi İski binası


03_________________________________________________________PROLOGUE

TODAY'S URBAN TYPOLOGY IS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONFLICT BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT APPROACHES OF CAPITALIZATION OVER THE BUILDING LOTS. ON ONE SIDE, THERE ARE THE SMALL ENTREPRENEURS, CONTRACTORS INCLUDING THE LOT OWNERS IN THE SLUMS WHO CAN CONTROL VERY SMALL AND INDIVIDUAL PORTIONS OF LAND AND ON THE OTHER END, THERE ARE BIG GROUPS OF COOPERATIONS THAT HAVE THE POWER TO BUILD THOUSANDS OF SQUARE METERS OF COMPLEXES THAT CHANGE THE ENTIRETY OF A DISTRICT. THIS LEADS TO TWO DIFFERENT SPATIAL PATTERNS: FRAGMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY URBANIZATION WITH SMALL GRIDS ALONGSIDE GIGANTIC GATED SITES. TURKEY, BUT ISTANBUL IN PARTICULAR IS EXPERIENCING THE MOST DRAMATIC PERIOD EVER IN TERMS OF URBAN RENEWAL OR SO CALLED GENTRIFICATION FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS. BIG CONTRACTORS ARE SWEEPING THE ENTIRE CITY WITH NO CONCERN OF HISTORY, CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT. THE CITY TOGETHER WITH ITS HABITANTS IS LOSING ITS MEMORIES OF URBAN CULTURE OR NEIGBORHOOD. FERIKOY HAS ITS OWN CHARACTERISTICS AS A COSMOPOLITE SETTLEMENT JUST LIKE MANY OTHER PARTS OF OLD ISTANBUL. BEING CLOSE TO COMMERCIALLY DEVELOPED SISLI AND HOUSING TO AN INDUSTRIAL ZONE HAS EFFECTED THE DEMOGRAPHICS AS WORKING CLASS AND SMALL TRADE PEOPLE.HOWEVER, THIS STRUCTURE IS HIGHLY THREATENED BY THE URBAN TRANSFORMATION AS THE INVASION OF THE SKYSCRAPERS RESPECTS NO BOUNDARIES. THE NEW HABITANTS OF THE DISTRICT ARE THE VERY RESIDENTS OF THESE SKYSCRAPERS SURROUNDED BY HIGH WALLS AND PROTECTED BY SECURITY CAMERAS. THEY ARE NOT ONLY PROTECTED, BUT ALSO PROHIBITED FROM THE LIFE OUTSIDE.


04_______________________________________________________MUST HAVES

Stand up to the displacement of the poor

Nursing homes for sick and old members

Enable to access cheap and healty food

Black, immigrant and LGBT citizens should be considered

Solidarity association for the immigrants

Enable people to make money

Become a whole only with all its members

Must have some services

Opportunites for living in, workplace and night life

Laundry rooms and public kitchens

Parks, sportfiels and playing grounds, public spaces for each member of the society

Solidarity association for women

Must be appropriated by its owners - but still welcome outsiders

Not only “bringing together” but also “find something to do together”

Must be a place where anyone can afford to live in

Must bring together people from different ???s Must have “imece” (collective work)

Design for women, kids, elders and handicapped people

Must be shaped by its owners

Must be safe

City-scaled regulations for eathquake safety Different housing types

Neighbourhood

1

Direct democracy Must introduce people

Must create familiarities

2 3


05_____________________________________________________SITE DIAGRAMS

Municipality

Investor

Investor

Structure

Structure % x

Municipality

Municipality

Community Center

Community Center

Education :Urban stage and auditorium :Exhibition hall :Library and living room

Ateliers and Shops Agriculture :Source of income :Meet the needs of the structure :Meet the needs of the neighbourhood

Structure % x

Investor

Investor

New habitants


06_________________________________________________________SITE PLAN

m

NEIGBORHOOD 2.0 A MODEST SOLUTION TO THIS ISOLATED AND NON PRODUCTIVE WAY OF LIVING. A SELF DEVELOPING SYSTEM THAT SHELTERS HOUSING, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE AND TRADE.PERFORMING LIKE AN ECOSYSTEM; YET IN CONTACT WITH THE CITY AROUND AND OPEN TO LIFE OUTSIDE AS THERE ARE NO WALLS AROUND TO BAN THE BY PASSERS. THE COMPLEX CONSISTS OF A COMMUNITY CENTER FOR PUBLIC COURSES, ATELIERS, EXHIBITON HALLS AND AN AUDITORIUM. A GREEN HOUSE FOR SMALL SCALE AGRICULTURE AND A FOR ISKI CAFETERIA. A GROUP OF SHOPS AS WELL AS WORKSHOPS ARE LOCATED UNDER THE CAFETERIA. A VAST PUBLIC PARK HOSTS ALL OF THESE.


07_________________________________________________________SECTION A

C

BRIDGE

LIBRARY


HOUSING

GREENHOUSE

COMMUNITY CENTER SHOPPING


09_________________________________________________________SECTION B

HOUSING

BRIDGE


GREENHOUSE

LIBRARY


11______________________________________________________SITE DIAGRAM

HOUSING COMMUNITY CENTER GREEN HOUSE COMMERCIAL ISKI


12__________________________________________________EXP. PERSPECTIVE


13________________________________________________COMMUNITY CENTER


14________________________PRINCIPLES OF EXPANSION & PERSONALISATION


15________________________PRINCIPLES OF EXPANSION & PERSONALISATION

THE SYSTEM FORESEES A PERSONALISED EXPANSION UPON CHANGING NEEDS OF THE HOUSEHOLD. THE STEEL SCAFFOLD ENABLES HORIZONTAL ADDITIONS AS TIME AND BUDGET ALLOWS, WITHOUT DETACHING THE CONTEXT. THE LAYOUT CAN BE DETERMINED BY THE USER WHO CAN ALSO CHOOSE DIFFERENT BUILDING MATERIALS, PROVIDED THAT THE INTERACTIVE AND SELF GENERATING WAY OF LIFE IS MAINTAINED.


16______________________________________________________FLOOR PLANS


17_______________________________________________________FOOD ROUTE


19______________________________________________________TREE HOUSES


Let’s have tea up in my tree And see the world below There’s playing cards And jars of jelly beans And candles all aglow We’ve got a place up there up i the sky And though it’s really not that high It’s somewhere, somewhere to go It’s somewhere to go Teahouse Treehouse by The Willow And The Builder


21__________________________________________________________________


2014


Neighbourhood 2 0