stanbul 1900'de, Osmanlı başkentindeki gelişim, bunun ortaya çıkardığı siyasal ve kültürel sonuçlar irdelenmekte. Özellikle de İstanbul'daki Art Nouveau üslubunun en özgün yorumcusu olarak kabul edilen Raimondo D'Aronco'nun ve diğer Batılı mimarların tasarımda ve uygulamada ulaştıkları noktalar; Avrupa'dan gelen düşüncelerin, Kemaleddin Bey ve Vedat Tek gibi Birinci Ulusal Mimari üslubun uygulayıcılarını nasıl ve ne kadar etkilediği üzerinde durulmakta. Kitapta yer alan 1900'lü yıllara ait 300 fotoğraf ve illüstrasyon bir bakıma Art Nouveau tasarım ve uygulamalarının zenginliğinin de ifadesi.
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Book Description Yem Yayin,, Istanbul:, 1996. cloth. Book Condition: In Dust Jacket. First edition. Turkish text is a disadvantage but the wide ranging illustrations are helpful and the bibliography indicates potential sources in French and Englsih Illustrated in colour and black and white with photographs, sketches and drawings, text in Turkish, bibliography, 227pp, large quarto. Fine copy in near fine dustwrapper. Bookseller Inventory # 15659
Book Description YEM Yayin, Istanbul, 1997. Dust jacket. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Original bdg. Dust wrapper. 4to. (29 x 25 cm). In Turkish. 227,  p., color and b/w ills. Istanbul 1900: Art Nouveau mimarisi ve iç mekanlari. Istanbul 1900: Art Nouveau architecture and interiors. This fascinating book reveals the intricate legacy of art-nouveau-style architecture and design in Istanbul, its Islamic roots in that city, and the European and Turkish architects and theorists who influenced its controversial voice. Three hundred illustrations, mostly in color, present evidence of the art-nouveau designs of the past, and the face of the city today. The mid-nineteenth century in Istanbul was a time of vast reforms and a determined desire to adapt urban life to western standards. Fire-control reforms caused a municipal preference for masonry buildings over the traditional wooden ones, and the importation of English, French, Italian, and German architects to build in the unfamiliar material. The result was a western cultural colonization and the introduction of art-nouveau style, followed by a backlash of nationalism and the development of the "first Turkish national style" of architecture. This thoughtful text considers the cultural and political implications of art-nouveau in Istanbul. How can the negative effects of imported cultural hegemony be reconciled with the fundamental western contribution to the nineteenth-century Ottoman revival? How far-reaching was the design influence of foreigners such as Raimondo D'Aronco, perhaps the most original interpreter of art-nouveau in Istanbul? How much influence did European ideas have on national style architects such as Kemaleddin Bey and Vedat Tek? Istanbul 1900 is the first visual and historical study of the development of art-nouveau architecture, and places Istanbul among Paris, Brussels, and Vienna as one of the great capitals of the style. New photographs and previously unpublished drawings and plans present the opulent homes and palaces along the Bosphorus, and throughout the city, in stunning detail. Bookseller Inventory # 044036
Book Description Istanbul: YEM, 1997., Istanbul:, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. BARILLARI, DIANA - EZIO GODOLI Istanbul 1900. Art nouveau mimarisi ve ic mekanlari. Translated by Asli Ataov. Istanbul: YEM, 1997. 4to., 227,  p., color and b/w ills. Original binding. Dust wrapper. Fine ISBN: 9789757438458 CATALOG: Istanbul / Constantinople KEYWORDS: Istanbul - Constantinople Architecture Pera Beyoglu Ottoman architecture History of art. Bookseller Inventory # 42917