1960's
 


TURKISH ARCHITECTURE IN THE REPUBLICAN PERIOD   1960's

From rationalism, the Sixties became a time of search for flexible and more fragmented forms.
Among works of the period from 1960 to 1970 which are worthy of attention one may cite the Istanbul Vakıflar Hotel ( today the Ceylan Intercontinental, AHE, 1959), the Istanbul Manufacturers' Market (Dogan Tekeli, Sami Sisa, Metin Hepgüler, 1959), the Grand Hotel, Ankara (Marc Saugey, Yüksel Okan, 1960), the METU (ODTÜ ) Campus (Behruz Cinici- Altug Cinici, 1961), SSK Complex ([000035 Sedad H. Eldem ]) 1963), the MSB Tandogan Students' Hostel, Ankara (Şevki Vanlı, Ersen Gömleksizoglu, 1966), and the Turkish History Foundation (Turgut Cansever, Ertur Yener, 1967). During this period the search for a rationalism which united with local requiremnts increased
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Istanbul Manifacturers Market 1959 Unkapani- Istanbul Architectural design: Dogan Tekeli , Sami Sisa, M.Hepgüler

Photo:Tekeli- Sisa Architecture Partnership Archive
Istanbul Manifacturers Market Settlement plan Source: Tekeli- Sisa Architecture Partnership
Hukukcular Site 1960- 1961 Mecidiyekoy Architectural design: Haluk Baysal, Melih Birsel



Photo:Dogan Hasol
Atakoy 1st. section 1961 Atakoy- Istanbul Architectural design: Ertugrul Mentese Group

Photo:Dogan Hasol
Sedat Gurel Houses Assos- Canakkale Architectural design: Sedat Gurel
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