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DOSYA: 2022 ULUSAL MİMARLIK ÖDÜLLERİ

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İNGİLİZCE ÖZET / ENGLISH SUMMARY

Mimarlık. 425 | May-June 2022

 

MİMARLIK AGENDA

War, Architecture and Wounded Spaces / Ahmet Tercan

Throughout the course of history, architecture has come our way as an image of destruction and reconstruction as a consequence of wars. The author focuses on the bilateral relationship between wars and architecture to highlight the significance of reinterpreting this relation in terms of “environmental problems and fundamental rights”.

COMMEMORATION

After Enis Kortan / Doğan Hasol

Certified engineer & architect Enis Kortan, a member of the Chamber of Architects with registration number 687, passed away on March 21, 2022. After graduating from Istanbul Technical University, he went to the United States to work within the architecture offices of Marcel Breuer and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. He designed the architectural project of Sakarya Government Office with Nişan Yaubyan, Avyerinos Andonyadis and Harutyun Vaporciyan; participated in METU as a lecturer; received the titles of “associate professor” in 1973, “professor” in 1978 among undertaking various administrative duties, and retired in 1999 due to age limitation. He contributed to academic and literary productions focusing upon modern Turkish architecture alongside winning awards from national and international architecture contests. He also completed many construction projects and conducted jury duties. Doğan Hasol addressed a memoriam in his name.

AGENDA

Struck Cities and Choice of Humanity: “Collective Despair” or “Collective Struggle”?

/ Zeynep Gül Ünal

As the Russia-Ukraine war proceeds with all its violence, it is critical to think about gaining control over cities’ destruction and reversing the cities into the boundaries of safe venues. The author highlights that the continuity can be sustained only if the script of “struck cities” is changed.

EVENT

Manifold, Deep, Crowded: Commemorating Dalokay / Cem Dedekargınoğlu

“Vedat Dalokay with his Uncommon Perspective and Sociable Identity” symposium was conducted on February 25, 2022, as a part of the Chamber of Architects 2020-2022 Commemoration Program. The program was appointed by the 17th National Architecture Exhibition and Awards Selection Committee. The author shares gripping notes upon the event through his fine narration.

FILE: 2022 NATIONAL ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

The rooted architectural program of the National Architecture Exhibition and Awards, which is planned biennially by the Chamber of Architects, is conducted. During the previous 17 programs, 147 works and 54 people or organizations were awarded due to their outstanding qualities among the 2507 entrants of architectural works. This year in the 17th program, the selection committee evaluated 106 entries within seven subsections among the participated 98 applicants/148 presentation boards.

The nominees for “Mimar Sinan Grand Award”, “Contribution to Architecture” and “Commemoration Program” were previously released. Ten awards under the categories “building”, “project” and “concept” were announced in the ceremony, which took place in Ankara Cermodern on April 15, 2022. The applicants for the competition were exhibited in the same location on April 15-22, 2022.

This file consists of the evaluations of the Selection Committee: Ülkü İnceköse, Hüseyin Kahvecioğlu, Deniz Mazlum, Zuhal Ulusoy and Burçin Yıldırım.

AWARDS

Winner of the Pritzker Award, Diébédo Francis Kéré: Constructing on Local, with Local / Elif Sidar Ökdemir

This year for the first time, an African architect received Pritzker Award. The author interprets the selection committee’s journey from past to present, and interprets upon “architect, educator and social activist” Kéré’s architecture “for community, of community”.

CULTURAL HERITAGE IN DANGER

A Primeval Assyrian Legacy from Mardin Tur Abdin Region: Mor Abay Monastery

/ Murat Çağlayan

In this chapter of Cultural Heritage in Danger, a section initiated in our 405th issue, we will investigate the Mor Abay Monastery written by Murat Çağlayan.

ARCHITECTURE-DEMOCRACY-PARTICIPATION

Participatory Design: A Decipherment on Cleavages and Relationships

/ Ferhat Hacıalibeyoğlu

The essence of a place, which exists not through designing but experiencing, and the value-laden multiple existences make the process and process-driven a critical matter of debate. The author comments on the participatory design processes by touching upon the architectural theoretical frameworks and practical cases, and calls for what the definition “is” together with what it “is not”.

PUBLICATIONS

CONTACT

The Homeless Vehicle by Wodiczko / Ece Buldan

“Homeless Vehicle” is a project of Krzysztof Wodiczko, exhibited in New York and Philadelphia between 1988-89, aiming to make the lack of affordable housing visible. The author investigates the project as a venue of resistance and societal criticism.

* English Summary by Ece Konuk

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