We are happy to announce the next RMB International Students Workshop. After the RMB Workshops in Marl (Germany) and Coimbra (Portugal), now is time to work in Istanbul, a melting pot city of cultures and history. In October 2018, the Re-use of Modernist Buildings (RMB) project, financed by ERASMUS PLUS, is going to organize the 3rd RMB Workshop with the theme of “Renewals and Interrelations for 1960s Co-operative Housesin Istanbul” at ITU School of Architecture, Taskisla.
DATE | 30. Oktober – 03. November 2018
VENUE | Istanbul | ITÜ | Turkey
WORKSHOP TOPIC | Renewals and Interrelations for 1960s Co-operative Houses in Istanbul
Co-operatives have emerged in the 19th Century Europe as a reaction to unfair profit and inequalities created in society due to the consequences imposed by the market economy. They are non-profit organizations with the purpose of creating a properly functioning social and economic system. Co-operative mobilization, which, in the
welfare government approach, is brought about by the dominant capital’s accumulation processes, model of production.
The government encouraged the housing co-operatives and land share by the laws enacted in 1948, which stimulated housing construction in Turkey. As a result, housing co-operatives have been established nationwide, primarily in Ankara, Istanbul, and Izmir from 1934 to 1956. Two models of housing production have become prevalent. The first is the small-scale community housing co-operatives within a single unit, or under the same roof, that will later be promoted by the property ownership law. The second comprises the housing groups constructed upon lands zoned for residential occupancies by the 150-200-member housing co-operatives that constitute a significant portion of the housing production in Turkey. In these, the foundation of the co-operative is defined by the terms of payment and partnerships usually based upon workplace mobilization. The characteristics of the residents constituted the basis for the cooperative society. These characteristics such as educational level, national origin, particular interests, the age distribution of the household, and family types determined the standards of the residential living environment.(more info in the link below)
\\ CASE 1: Petrol Sitesi/ Petroleum Workers Housing Cooperative
\\ CASE 2: IETT Sitesi/ IETT Mass Housing Blocks
For this workshop a total of international 30 Master students will be selected, 6 – 8 from each university, to form different working groups. Each group will be constituted by students from the five partner universities of RMB project and tutors that will support the team work. Each international team will work on a specific architectural typology and will have a tutor from Istanbul, a second from one of the four other universities.
- A letter expressing the willingness and interest to participate – interest on reuse, on housing, school and industrial modern architecture (maximum: 300 words).
- The demonstration of the ability to develop analysis and projects in teamwork: Synthesis portfolio showing previous experience (maximum: 1 A4)
- A proof of design, draft and digital skills in a portfolio showing some examples of the required skills (maximum: 1 A4).
The workshop is open for students who are in one of the Detmold Masters programmes or in the last year of one of the Bachelor Programmess (MID | MIAD | MIAR | Master Städtebau NRW and BA Stadtplanung/Architektur/Innenarchitektur).
SCHOLARSHIP \ FINANCIAL SUPPORT
If you are one of the 6 – 8 selected students you get following grant:
\\ Travel costs: 275,00 €
\\ Excursion money: 120,00 € (for 6 days)
\\ Free housing (in the workshop working area)
\\ Meals at University canteen or at the accommodation place
There are no extra fees to attend this workshop!
APPLY NOW !!!
Please send your application until the 15th of September to theresa.kellner(at)hs-owl.de
For more information on the workshop contact michel.melenhorst(at)hs-owl.de