architecture in the leading role: modern architecture and modern houses in turkish movies
Umut Şumnu | There has always been a strong relationship between architecture and cinema. Since the first moving image that was projected onto a white screen, both disciplines - from the conception of space to production and graphic exploration of it, influence each other. In recent years, within the field of architectural historiography, there has been an increase in the amount of studies on movies. In that respect, this study also sees movies “as invaluable tools to document architectural historiography” and by looking at Turkish movies filmed between 1950-1980, tries to document the architecturally important houses in a detailed way. a settlement guide for nomadic souls
Melis Cankara | A text, based on the writer’s experiences, on ordinary things and practices associated with the feelings of belonging, familiarity, and comfort that transform any space into a home. in ulus baker’s habitus: home
Gülistan Berber | Focusing on Ulus Baker’s house, this article aims to think of the house as a space of habitus, a concept and a meaning generator. In this context, the conceptual aspects of the house on the habitus is traced. This trace is proceeded by searching for the meaning of “house” in the fragments of Baker’s habitus. In this regard, there are four headlines that aid in the investigation for meanings of his home: “images and television as their bombardier”, “the lines of escape to the other”, “the border-sound”, “migration: encirclement and act”. a look at 17th century dutch houses through vermeer’s paintings
Emine Önel Kurt | This article focuses on 17th century Dutch houses in Vermeer’s paintings. In the 17th century, daily life became one of the popular subjects of European painting. Such scenes called genre painting, spread throughout Europe starting from the north. Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) is one of the masters of daily life paintings and especially home scenes. Only about thirtysix of Vermeer’s paintings survive today. Nearly all of these depict domestic interiors. This article looks at the lifestyle and interiors of 17th century Holland with examples from Vermeer’s paintings. Like all artworks, these paintings offer researchers important data as much as written documents.