Atatürk Orman Çiftliği Marmara Oteli Yüzme Havuzu İnşaatı Betonarme Tatbikat Projesi - Structural Engineering Project of Atatürk Forest Farm Marmara Hotel Swimming Pool Reinforced
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Title
Atatürk Orman Çiftliği Marmara Oteli Yüzme Havuzu İnşaatı Betonarme Tatbikat Projesi - Structural Engineering Project of Atatürk Forest Farm Marmara Hotel Swimming Pool Reinforced
Creator
Hami Gürün-Selahattin Karababa Mühendislik Bürosu - Hami Gürün-Selahattin Karababa Engineering Office
Publisher
Tanzim: Selahattin Karababa; Çizen - Drawing: Salih Şaşmaz; Kontrol - Control: Hami Gürün
Description
Bar-kafeterya çatı ve birinci kat döşemesi; depo, idare binası, soyunma kabinleri çatı döşemesi (Ölçek: 1/50) - Bar-cafeteria roof and first floor structure; storage, management, changing rooms roof structure (Scale: 1/50)
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Ankara, 1967-1968
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/92069
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77,6-84,7 cm, Ozalit baskı - Blueprint
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1
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TCBPAOCD005
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