Yoksul İnsanların Barındığı Konut İç Mekânlarının İşlevsel Analizi: Dikmen Vadisi Gecekondu Örneği
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Squatter settlements in Turkey had been a problem for a period of seventy years that country could not be able to solve. For the last 15 years, squatter settlements are being cleaned by TOKİ in order to build high-rise social buildings. However, these housings failed to fulfill the needs of the people that are coming from squatter settlements. Therefore, it is necessary to know and analyze the needs and demands of these people in order to achieve a successful urban renewal result. In this thesis work, a selected squatter house from Ankara's Dikmen Valley has been analyzed in terms of interior spaces and the functionality of their utilization and a theoretical framework of squatter settlements in Turkey had been presented in terms of the notions like poverty, migration and urbanization. The aim of the thesis is to find the necessary tips that will lead the designers and urban planners to a design solution which would be suitable for the squatter populations.