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Restoration and Adaptive Reuse of Modern Architectural Heritage

June 17, 2017

Case Study: Great Warehouse of the Kayseri Sümerbank Textile Factory
Burak Asiliskender, Nilüfer Yöney / AGU
REHAB 20173rd International Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historical Buildings and Structures
Braga/Portugal, 14-16 June 2017

Kayseri Sümerbank Textile Factory Complex (Ivan Nikolaev for Turkstroj, 1932-1935), one of the most important examples of Modern Architectural Heritage in Turkey, has been abandoned through privatization in 1999 and allotted to Abdullah Gül University in 2012 to be used for higher education. The so-called Great Warehouse, a long and narrow building measuring 135x45m and 6,000m2 and planned as a high single-story space, designated with a function centering on education in the master plan, became the focus of the first restoration and adaptive reuse project at the campus. Following the completion of the design project in 2014, the implementation took one-and-a-half years and the building was opened in September 2016.

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AGÜ Ambar

October 21, 2016

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AGU Sumer Campus Warehouse (Adaptive Reuse)
The restoration and adaptive reuse project for the AGU Sumer Campus Warehouse, designed by Burak Asiliskender and Nilufer Baturayoglu Yoney (for the AGU School of Architecture), is completed in 2016. The restoration and adaptive reuse design is based on preserving the continuous interior spaces intact and inserting the new spaces as freestanding boxes. The height of the structure allows the insertion of an upper floor. The new spaces, consisting of classrooms on the ground floor and faculty offices on the upper floor, are designed with a removable structural system, composed of steel-framed boxes with timber floors and panel partitions. The southeast corner is reserved for architectural workshops/studios, and the northern section, transformed into a lunch hall in 1970, is redesigned as cafeteria and café with the insertion of a kitchen also as a freestanding box. The lower sections of the building along the east and west façades as well as the central high section are left as circulation spaces, which would also serve as the student commons. The sections of the original building shell where the original stone masonry was lost, are reconstructed as glazed façades to provide more natural light.

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AGU Sümer Kampüsü Ambar Binası
2016 yılında tamamlanan ve Burak Asiliskender ve Nilüfer Yöney tarafıdnan tasarlanan, AGÜ Ambar Restorasyon ve Yeniden İşlevdirme Projesi, yapıyı yeniden işlevlendirilen bir kabuk olarak ele almaktadır. Uygulanan tüm restorasyon müdahalelerinin temel ilkesi, yapının özgün mimari ve yapısal sistemine zarar vermeden, kolaylıkla ayrıştırılabilir ve gerektiğinde sökülebilir yeni bir mimari ve taşıyıcı sistem oluşturmaktır. İçi boş olan yapının, doğu-batı yönündeki özgün bölücü duvarları korunurken, üst kottaki yatay pencereyle aydınlanan orta aksı sürekli hale getirilmektedir. Yapının görece yüksek tavanlı orta kısmında, çelik taşıyıcı sistemle tasarlanan iki katlı yeni bir mekan düzeni oluşturulmuştur. Kutu içinde kutu olarak tanımlanabilecek bu düzen, giriş katında sınıflar ve üst katta açık bir koridor boyunca sıralanan ofisler olarak planlanmıştır. Yapının güney ucunda galerili mimari tasarım atölyeleri yer almaktadır. 1970 yılında işçi yemekhanesine dönüştürülen kuzey uç bölüm ise yeniden yemekhane olarak düzenlenmiş; mutfak mekanları, çelik taşıyıcı sistemli dikdörtgenler prizması bağımsız bir kutu ile oluşturulmuştur. Doğu-batı kanatlarda, yapı kabuğu ile çağdaş ek arasında kalan kısımlar sirkülasyon işlevlerinden öte çeşitli eğitsel faaliyetler için kullanılabilecek geniş mekanlar olarak tasarlanmıştır. Yapı kabuğunun özgün olarak korunmasına özen gösterilmiş, çeşitli sebeplerle yok olan kısımlar, içeriye daha fazla ışık almak için açıklık düzenine uygun demir taşıyıcılı şeffaf cephelerle yenilenmiştir

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Adaptive Re-Use of Industrial Heritage: Resilience or Irreparable Loss?

September 6, 2016

Nilüfer Baturayoğlu Yöney, Burak Asiliskender, Ayşegül Özer
DOCOMOMO 14th International Conference
Adaptive Reuse, The Modern Movement Towards the Future
Lisbon, 6-9 September 2016

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The restoration and adaptive reuse of industrial heritage buildings and complexes, which present structurally and functionally resilient shells, provide us with an interesting dilemma in theory and practice: Made of hard wearing materials to house straining functions and to last as long as possible, they are also flexible enough to adapt to almost any new purpose as a container. However, the presence of original machinery and equipment as well as designs based on machine-buildings may reduce the possibilities of adaptive re-use to a museum, where the buildings exhibit themselves, retaining the social, economic, historic and public aspects of cultural heritage as documents. Although originally built on the outskirts of urban settlements, today most industrial heritage complexes occupy central locations in the metropolitan sprawl of major cities. If disused, they are considered obsolete brownfields by local authorities and citizens despite personal and collective memories that may be attached to them. Their conversion into new uses presents major technical difficulties that require expertise in design and implementation. This paper discusses the theoretical and practical aspects of the adaptive reuse of industrial heritage and inherent problems, focusing on the case of the Sümerbank Kayseri Textile Factory (I. Nikolaev, Turkstroj, 1932-1935), which is being transformed into the campus of Abdullah Gül University. The restoration, renovation and adaptive reuse projects for different components of the complex follow similar principles of preservation and sustainability while they are modified to fit the architectural and technological characteristics of each building. Thus, although conversive and easily adaptable, the preservation of industrial architectural heritage becomes a dilemma between disruption and continuity, which the architects have to solve going beyond the possibilities of mere building stock on the one hand and that of the museum on the other.

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April 19, 2016

Regeneration and Refunctionalization of the Historical Built Environment: The Positive Conservation of the Industrial Heritage in Turkey
Tarihi Çevrenin Yenilenmesi ve Yeniden İşlevlendirilmesi: Türkiye’deki Endüstri Mirasının Korunması

Adaptive Reuse Seminar Day by RITM(restoration, intervention, transformation, modification)
19 April/Nisan 2016, 09.00-17.00
Yaşar University Faculty of Architecture, İzmir
Y Block A010 Conference Hall

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keynote speakers/davetli konuşmacılar
Burak Asiliskender, Abdullah Gül Üniversitesi
Mehmet Alper, Tures Mimarlık
Murat Tabanlıoğlu, Tabanlıoğlu Mimarlık
Han Tümertekin, Mimarlar Tasarım
Deniz Dokgöz, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi
Mehmet Saner, İzmir Üniversitesi

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