Conservation and Adaptive Re-Use of the Bakirköy Spirit Factory in Istanbul

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The Bakirköy Spirit Factory is a late Ottoman industrial building dating from 1917. It was constructed as part of a military complex that produced gunpowder and remained in use until the fall of the Ottoman Empire in the first quarter of the twentieth century. Following the construction of a new housing settlement in the district in the 1980s, the dilapidated building became part of a dense residential zone. Its lease to a restaurant in 1986 resulted in the execution of unauthorized works, during which its original machinery and some of its architectural characteristics were lost as a result of inappropriate interventions. The adaptive re-use project that forms the focus of this paper was prepared by members of the Faculty of Architecture at Istanbul Technical University. The building was transformed into a conservatory and cultural centre and was inaugurated in May 2000. The implementation won the National Architectural Prize of the Turkish Chamber of Architects in the Conservation Field in 2001.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Sayfa (başlangıç-bitiş)67-79
Sayfa sayısı13
DergiJournal of Architectural Conservation
Basın numarası1
Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 1 Oca 2004

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