Arşimidis Han, giriş cephesi - Arşimidis Han, entrance facade (Ölçek - Scale 1:50)
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Title
Arşimidis Han, giriş cephesi - Arşimidis Han, entrance facade (Ölçek - Scale 1:50)
Creator
Mimar - Architect: Fazıl Saffet Aysu
Note
Belgenin arkasında - Reverse side of the document: "Arşimidis Müessesesi Otomobil Malzemesi Ticareti T.A.Ş. İle Y. Mimar Fazıl Aysu arasında Galata'da Okçu Musa Caddesinde 25, 26, 27 parsel No'lu arsalar üzerine inşa edilecek binaya dair 7 Nisan 1951 tarihinde akdedilen sözleşmede ve şartnamelerde zikri geçen, binanın mimarî projesi olduğu imza edilir. 7 Nisan 1951". İmzalar - Signatures: Mimar Fazıl Aysu, Arşimidis Müessesesi Otomobil Malzeme Ticareti T.A.Ş. Murahhas azası Yorgi Papadapulo
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Şişhane, İstanbul
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/2812
Collections
Type
Format
62,3-44,5 cm, Ozalit baskı, kağıt üzerine el yazısı - Blueprint, handwriting on paper
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
TFAAHD0007
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Satın alma - Purchase

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