Bakırköy Yaşlılar Evi: Sistem detayları - Bakırköy Almshouse: System details
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Title
Bakırköy Yaşlılar Evi: Sistem detayları - Bakırköy Almshouse: System details
Creator
Mimar - Architect: Cengiz Bektaş
Description
M7 ve M8 merdivenleri planları ve kesitleri, çiçeklik parapeti detayı (Ölçek: 1/20, 1/10), A blok asansör kulesi plan ve kesiti, E blok asansör kulesi plan ve kesiti; şömine planı, A-A kesiti, ön görünüşü, A, B ve C detayları (Ölçek: 1/25) - M7 and M8 staircases plans and sections, planter parapet detail (Scale: 1/20, 1/10), A block lift shaft plan and section, E block lift shaft plan and section; fireplace plan, A-A section, front view, A, B and C details (Scale: 1/25)
Coverage
Bakırköy, İstanbul
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/196205
Collections
Type
Format
47,7 - 76,7 cm, 33,2 - 30 cm, 39,5 - 29,8 cm, 80,4 - 39,8 cm, Aydınger kağıdı üzerine siyah mürekkep - Black ink on tracing paper
Number of Scanned Documents
4
Identifier
TCBPBYED007
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Cengiz Bektaş
Accrual Method
Donation

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