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Waste Field, Front Field

Foteva, Atanaska LU (2017) ASBM01 20171
Department of Architecture and Built Environment
Abstract
For years the body of Tarlabası community has been squeezed into a container to protect the neo-liberal socio-economical representation of Istanbul. Today a subject of Turkish regeneration policies its deteriorating architectural heritage is sunken in piles of waste and entirely cut off from the municipal waste management system.

Waste Field, Front Field proposes a rehabilitation of Tarlabası,preserving the collective memory and historical tissue and emerging as a mixed income district. The project adopts a strategy revolving around re-cycle, re-use and re-distribution circuit. The waste as the untreated component on neighbourhood level is seen as the urban trigger and major resource to be enclosed in a continuous loop. The architecture... (More)
For years the body of Tarlabası community has been squeezed into a container to protect the neo-liberal socio-economical representation of Istanbul. Today a subject of Turkish regeneration policies its deteriorating architectural heritage is sunken in piles of waste and entirely cut off from the municipal waste management system.

Waste Field, Front Field proposes a rehabilitation of Tarlabası,preserving the collective memory and historical tissue and emerging as a mixed income district. The project adopts a strategy revolving around re-cycle, re-use and re-distribution circuit. The waste as the untreated component on neighbourhood level is seen as the urban trigger and major resource to be enclosed in a continuous loop. The architecture will be repurposed into structurally new typologies and will accommodate a waste management element - the chute. As a result the revitalized Tarlabası will boost up on site micro-economy, generate infrastructure, provide income and allow for a new collective mentality to emerge. The circuit can be perceived as cathartic, serve to the real owners of Tarlabası
and therefore contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle and development. (Less)
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author
Foteva, Atanaska LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Modular Incremental Re-cycling of Waste and Fabric
course
ASBM01 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
waste, circuit, recycle reuse, gentrification, rehabilitation, architecture, sustainable, micro-economy
language
English
id
8980962
date added to LUP
2019-06-11 10:48:27
date last changed
2019-06-11 10:48:27
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  abstract     = {For years the body of Tarlabası community has been squeezed into a container to protect the neo-liberal socio-economical representation of Istanbul. Today a subject of Turkish regeneration policies its deteriorating architectural heritage is sunken in piles of waste and entirely cut off from the municipal waste management system.

Waste Field, Front Field proposes a rehabilitation of Tarlabası,preserving the collective memory and historical tissue and emerging as a mixed income district. The project adopts a strategy revolving around re-cycle, re-use and re-distribution circuit. The waste as the untreated component on neighbourhood level is seen as the urban trigger and major resource to be enclosed in a continuous loop. The architecture will be repurposed into structurally new typologies and will accommodate a waste management element - the chute. As a result the revitalized Tarlabası will boost up on site micro-economy, generate infrastructure, provide income and allow for a new collective mentality to emerge. The circuit can be perceived as cathartic, serve to the real owners of Tarlabası
and therefore contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle and development.},
  author       = {Foteva, Atanaska},
  keyword      = {waste,circuit,recycle reuse,gentrification,rehabilitation,architecture,sustainable,micro-economy},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Waste Field, Front Field},
  year         = {2017},
}