Concept-Function Harmony In Re-Designed Buildings: Adaptation Of Historical Buildings And Gallery Space

Historical areas should be protected as a part of cultural heritage, buildings should be kept alive by preserving their original textures and transferred to future generations. Since reuse is considered an integral part of conservation, it is very important to preserve the social and cultural characteristics of the building. Indicators; It is a communication tool that technology provides us. The new function given to the buildings in order to preserve and keep alive the vitality of the historical buildings is generally the space that provides an environment for mutual communication between individuals. It is important to reshape the building in a way that preserves its traditional position, composition and balance without disturbing its connection with the environment. However, while doing this, the harmony of the new concept and the building may not overlap. The incompatibility of some unchangeable equipment of the historical building or the materials belonging to the period and today's contemporary preferences can create a handicap. In this research, two sample buildings are used to test how modern and dynamic display concepts can be combined with historical buildings. For this reason, the Tate Modern and Orsay Museum examples were chosen because they are similar in scale and have been recently renovated.

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Concept-Function Harmony In Re-Designed Buildings: Adaptation Of Historical Buildings And Gallery Space

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Others

Researcher Name

Ilayda Cetin

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Bilkent University, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design

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Associate Professor

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5352090903

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