IN-BETWEEN SPACE
But where we have both dark and light we also have the inexplicable.
-Samuel Beckett
The design is basically a search for an ‘in-between space’ where the boundaries of the private and public spaces blurred. Due to the control of space that was set up above it, the land is a huge VOID, an EMPTINESS for the city and the people of the city. It is aimed that this section of the city, which can be defined as a conceptual VOID rather than a physical one, is to be brought back into the city and to transform from NOTHINGNESS into PLENTIFULNESS in a sense of revival for the region it is found in.
SITE PLAN
PLANS
In order to design a physical space for the city, control of land has been reshaped, and the boundary between the private and public spaces has been blurred. The space created in this sense has been handled as an urban intensifier and transformer.
It has been aimed that the concepts of openness, transparency, and modernity are emphasized, and permeability and continuity are mainly focused. While analyzing the program, the space that needs to be presented to the city constituted the burden part of the problem.For the continuity of façades facing Cumhuriyet Boulevard, the façade is solid over the office floors, but there is an empty SPACE over the Boulevard level.
SECTIONS
ELEVATIONS
Year: 2013
Location: İzmir,Turkey
Client: İzmir Development Agency
Programme: Education, Master Plan
Total Area: 8.500 m²
Status: National ompetition Entry
Project Team: Emre Şavural, Fatih Yavuz, Ramazan Avcı, Seden Cinasal, Betül Dönmez                                                                                                                     Consultants: Zafer Kınacı (Civil Eng.), Bahri Türkmen (Mech. Eng.), Kemal Ovacık (El. Eng.), 
ODTU TEKNOKENT MET CAMPUS INNOVATION BUILDING
SERÇEŞME FAITH AND CULTURE CENTER
TROYA MUSEUM
ODTÜ TEKNOKENT INNOVATION CENTER             
ÇANAKKALE MUNICIPALITY SOCIAL HOUSING COMPETITION
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But where we have both dark and light we also have the inexplicable.
-Samuel Beckett, Mimarlık, Tasarım, Mühendislik, Kentsel Tasarım, Fatih Yavuz, Emre Şavural