Tüketim Mekanlarında İnsan-Doğa İlişkisinin Yeniden Kurgulanması
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This research focuses on the reviewing of the transformation of the human-nature relationship through consumption spaces. Therefore, while aiming to understand the meanings that people attribute to nature and the transformation of their relationship with it within the context of consumption culture, it is also aimed to show how the artificial nature phenomenon is included into the lives of people through consumption spaces and what it means in their semantic world. The research was carried out in three consumption venues: a botanical cafe, a mall and a theme park. The reason for choosing these spaces is that nature simulations are frequently used in space design and events they organize. In this context, in-depth interviews were conducted with 25 participants who visit or use the consumption venues listed. 4 architects were also included in the research to understand the design processes of the spaces and understanding the reasons for using nature constructs. In addition to the in-depth interviews, participant observations were made in the spaces that make up the area of the research. The result of the research demonstrates the changing views of the relationship with nature, artificial nature becoming a part of everyday life by aesthetics and naturalization processes, and the use of nature fiction in consumer spaces in the semantic world of people.