|Title:||Importance of pedestrianization for urban regeneration. Assessing new bridge solutions for the Golden Horn : Pedestrianization in Golden Horn|
|Authors:||Gezer, Pinar Özge (Author)|
Siviero, Enzo (Mentor) More about this mentor...
|Files:|| Pinar_Ozge_Gezer.docx (30,55 MB)|
Pinar_Ozge_Gezer.pdf (20,12 MB)
|Work type:||Master's thesis/paper (mb22)|
|Tipology:||2.09 - Master's Thesis|
|Organization:||FPŠ - Graduate School|
|Abstract:||The Golden Horn (in Turkish Halic means Gulf or Altın Boynuz "Golden Horn") is a historic inlet of the Bosphorus dividing the city of İstanbul and forming the natural harbor that has sheltered Ottoman and other ships for thousands of years. It is a scimitar-shaped estuary that joins the Bosphorus just at the point where that strait enters the Sea of Marmara, thus forming a peninsula the tip of which is "Old İstanbul".
This thesis work focuses on design proposal for the pedestrian bridge for Golden Horn Dis-trict, which links the royal and later historical peninsula to the rest of the city. The main challenge of the thesis is creation of continuous pedestrian network to guarantee uninter-rupted pedestrian connectivity as well as systematic activation of social and environmental urban regeneration.|
|Keywords:||bridge, pedestrianization, walkability, Golden Horn, historical penninsula, connection, transportation, cultural park, green areas, attraction points, İstanbul, Leonardo Da Vinci|
|Year of publishing:||2020|
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