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Urban design factors involved in the aesthetic assessment of newly built environments and their incorporation into legislation: The case of Istanbul
(Urban Planning Inst. Republic Slovenia, 2018-12)
Newly built environments in cities whose features have changed due to neoliberal policies and priorities have often been criticized for their lack of aesthetic qualities. This criticism has made the aesthetic assessment ...
Path dependency in aesthetic control management within Turkish planning history
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, 2022)
This article examines the effects of socio-economic and political events on the control and management of aesthetics by analysing Turkey’s urban planning process using Istanbul as the case study. The external events were ...