Akşehir İlkokulu Avan Projesi 2 - Design Project of Akşehir Primary School 2
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Title
Akşehir İlkokulu Avan Projesi 2 - Design Project of Akşehir Primary School 2
Creator
Mimar - Architect: Cengiz Bektaş
Description
Vaziyet planı, kat planları, kesitler, görünüşler (Ölçek: 1/500, 1/100) - Site plan, floor plans, sections, elevations (Scale: 1/500, 1/100)
Issue Date
1994-03-22
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Konya, 1994
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/87114
Collections
Type
Format
41,8-29,5 cm; 41,9-29,6 cm; 41,8-29,6 cm; 41,9-29,6 cm; 41,8-29,7 cm; 41,8-29,6 cm; 41,8-29,6 cm; 41,8-29,6 cm; 41,8-29,6 cm, Aydınger kağıdı üzerine siyah ve renkli mürekkep ile el yazısı - Handwriting on tracing paper with black and colored ink
Number of Scanned Documents
9
Identifier
TCBPAKD001
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Cengiz Bektaş
Accrual Method
Donation

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