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TAC-SEV New Campus / Erginoğlu&Çalışlar

03:00 - 15 March, 2015
TAC-SEV New Campus / Erginoğlu&Çalışlar, © Cemal Emden
© Cemal Emden

© Cemal Emden © Cemal Emden © Cemal Emden © Cemal Emden + 38

  • Architects

  • Location

    Tarsus/Mersin, Turkey
  • Design Team

    İ. Kerem Erginoğlu,Hasan C. Çalışlar, Arın Tanrıkulu, Onat Över, Ayça Taylan, Sezen Bilge, Zeynep Şankaynağı, Yasemin Hacıkura, Işık Süngü, Emre Cestel
  • Area

    9399.0 sqm
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Istanbul Technical University Campus / IND [Inter.National.Design] and Erginoğlu + Çalışlar

16:00 - 19 December, 2011
Courtesy of IND and Erginoğlu + Çalışlar
Courtesy of IND and Erginoğlu + Çalışlar

The main challenge of [Inter.National.Design] and Erginoğlu + Çalışlar for this project is to arrive to a proposal that could articulate not only an interesting and comfortable life for the users of the campus, but to take this opportunity to improve the urban articulation of this site located in front of the famous city wall, near the frozen zone of the tourist strip of Varosha and next to a potentially dynamic avenue. The campus should also serve as a place of social and cultural encounter open to all citizens, in that sense it should be a campus of excellence qualities of public space and accessibility. Finally, their last goal is be able to arrive to a formal scheme that can also integrate the dispersed and mixed presence of historic buildings and turning them from nuisances into assets of the university life. More images and architects’ description after the break.