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|Title: ||Body Builder|
|Authors: ||Yurga, Emre|
|Approved Date: ||25-Jan-2010 |
|Date Submitted: ||18-Dec-2009 |
|Abstract: ||My thesis is a critical essay thematically focused on the fate of the body in the postmodern condition. In this thesis a fundamental question is posed: What happens to the (postmodern) body under the double pressure of postmodern technology and culture? Is the postmodern body altered under the pressure of postmodern technology and culture? How contemporary thought and architecture impact the body will also be examined.
This thesis discusses the above questions through several key concepts such as exilic conditions, heterotopias and ‘trans’ states of being.
After elaborating on these issues, this thesis attempts to design an architectural project “Hamam Complex” on a unique natural island in the Bosporus strait that separates the Western and Eastern worlds.|
|Department: ||School of Architecture|
|Degree: ||Master of Architecture|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Engineering Theses and Dissertations |
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