Can Media Transform Architecture? It is fascinating how media could represent architecture, usually. It uses different modes, settings, and themes that influence our imagination to think about ideas that was not possible or conceivable otherwise. However, Some architects argued that media can do more to architecture. Beatriz Colomina, for instance, a Spanish architectural historian, opened […]

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Is there a need to redefine the American Dream? As the American Dream started to become true, its negative side also became true. This negative side has not just affected people socially, but also culturally, ecologically, and environmentally. The American Dream turned to a cancer called sprawl that spread in city fabrics causing damages that […]

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This article views cities based on urban theories from the perspective of Spiro Kostof, a Turkish American architectural historian, and Lewis Mumford, an American public intellectual architect. They both started from questioning “What is a city?” and “What makes a city as it is?” and “Why people more likely to live in what is so […]

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  Moodİtecture It is hard to seperate ourselves from architecture, not even from a distance that we could all comprehend it. Wherever we go, we find ourselves immersed in it. It is a living creature that affects us every day, and contributes to change our feelings, moods, and therefore, participation in this world. That’s the […]

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