Conservation proposals for historical Özbek Bath, Urla için kapak resmi
Conservation proposals for historical Özbek Bath, Urla
Yağcı, Damla, author.
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xv, 206 leaves: color illustrarions, plans;+ 1 computer laser optical disc
Özbek Bath is one of the Ottoman baths in Urla that has survived until today that is considered to have been built in the 15th century or 16th century. The building is an indicator of the identity of the Özbek Village in the past together with the historical laundries, fountains and bridges. The bath is a cultural heritage that needs to be protected with its domed and vaulted superstructure, plan layout consisting of two private bathing cells opening to the warm space/hot space, water reservoir and woodshed, copper boiler embedded in the flooring of the water reservoir, sitting platforms and stone basins. The bath substantially maintains its original qualities with its construction technique and material use. The dressing space and toilet, wooden roof of the woodshed of the building, which has not been used since 1970, have totally collapsed. The upper parts of the walls of the east and west facades, and the walls of the woodshed, courtyard and chimney are partially collapsed. The bath has architectural, historical, environmental, traditional, documentary and originality values, however, its current structural problems require intervention. The purpose of this study is to document the architectural and structural qualities of the structure that are present today and to develop conservation recommendations taking the original qualities and problems into consideration. The method of the study includes literature research and documentation study based on field study. The study includes intervention decisions for the re-functioning and protection of the structure and for its repair conserving its original qualities. It is recommended that the structure should regain its use as a bath taking the views of the residents of the village on the bath and the regional, socio-cultural requirements into consideration. With this approach, decisions were developed for the reconstruction of the collapsed dressing space and toilet, repair of the partial missing and deformations in line with the original architectural qualities. The intervention decisions will contribute to the protection of the Özbek Bath as a cultural heritage.
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Tek Biçim Eser Adı:
Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Architectural Restoration.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Architectural Restoration--Thesis (Master).
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Tez T001931 NA109.T9 Y127 2019

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