Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Sahin, Esra Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-08312001-131944 Title unclosure: Workstation for Aquarcheology Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Galloway, William U. Committee Chair Brown, William Committee Member O'Brien, Michael J. Committee Member Schnoedt, Heinrich Committee Member Keywords
- Turkish house
- Uluburun excavation
- Uluburun shipwreck
- nautical archeology
- hidden locality
- structure and space relationship
Date of Defense 2000-12-13 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis project is a story of findings.
The main intention is to design a workstation for nautical archeologists who are excavating and researching the ruins of the oldest known shipwreck of the world. The use of the building is projected to change over time to house the findings of the research and exhibit this world heritage and the process that brought it into light.
Permanence as a concept is the subject of the major inquiry of the architectural investigation through the project. The means to achieve longevity in architecture are explored. Self-sustainability, interrelation of structure and space, lightness, and locality are the issues that are studied pertaining to the question of "temporariness" and "permanence" in architecture.
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