aesthetic and urban landscape design guides: A case study
Çelik1* and S. Açiksöz2
Landscape and Ornamental Plants, Vocational High School, Bartın
University, Bartın, 74100, Turkey
Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Forestry, Bartın University,
Bartın, 74100, Turkey
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Paper received : 30.07.2016
Revised received : 20.06.2017
Accepted : 26.06.2017
Aim: Natural, cultural,
economic and structural features affect the urban aesthetics. With
globalization, cities have entered into a process of change and
transformation, but often failing to preserve their identity and aesthetics.
The aim of the study was to find an answer to the following questions: How
should be the urban design guides, who will pave way for new studies on the
formation, observation and maintenance of sustainability in urban aesthetic?
What is the relationship between aesthetic and urban design guides?
study was carried out in Kanlıırmak District in Bartın-Turkey
in four stages: data collection, analysis, evaluation, results and
this context, design guides for open and green areas, street texture,
building frontages, and urban furniture in Kanliirmak District had improved.
The street silhouette of the selected area was prepared in accordance with
the Urban Design Guides; its present structural and planting state was
being no urban design guides peculiar to Bartın, partial solutions were
found for the plans and projects in the protection studies. Results are
believed to be efficient in forming Bartin urban aesthetic and to be useful
in future for other cities that naturally and socio-culturally resemble Bartin
to the city from the aspect of urban aesthetic.
*The abstract was published in 2011 ECLAS
Conference on Ethic/Aesthetics, 07-10 Sept. Sheffield-UK, but the data
presented here have been improved.
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