Büyüyebilen Ev Uygulama Projesi, C - Construction Project of Enlarging House C
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Title
Büyüyebilen Ev Uygulama Projesi, C - Construction Project of Enlarging House C
Creator
Mimar - Architect: Cengiz Bektaş
Description
Yer katı planı, birinci kat planı, kesit, görünüşler (Ölçek: 1/20) - Ground floor plan, first floor plan, section, elevations (Scale: 1/20)
Note
Bektaş Özyönetim Mimarlık İşliği, "Türkiye'nin konut sorunu çözümüne bir alternatif öneri"
Language
Turkish
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/194471
Collections
Type
Format
41,9 - 29,6 cm; 41,8 - 29,7 cm; 41,9 - 29,6 cm; 41,8 - 29,6 cm; 41,8 - 29,7 cm; 41,9 - 29,7 cm; 41,8 - 29,7 cm, Aydınger kağıdı üzerine siyah mürekkep ile el yazısı - Handwriting on tracing paper with black ink
Number of Scanned Documents
7
Identifier
TCBPEHD005
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Cengiz Bektaş
Accrual Method
Donation

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