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Z. Sevgen Perker, Timur Kaprol


Concrete effects on the settlements which result from the socio-economic and socio-cultural systems, this result has been mainly achieved with the active contribution of joint projects such as ‘’Civil Community Foundation-University-Public Management Cooperation’’ set as an objective in European Urban Condition, and which are promoted European Union. After examining the works based on multi-partnership as protection mechanism in the involvement of architectural heritage in modern life, the obtainment of a shared method will make up the main theme of this study in paralel with the example project. Two cities-two examples (Cumalıkızık-Bursa, Culture Promenade-Antakya) both of which set roots in life in our country. The issues chiefly stressed in the European Urban Requirement are as stated below: First-The improvement of the cities physical appearance, Second-the restauration of house stock, Third-Creating social and cultural opportunıunies, Fourth-The development of communities and ensuring the involvement of the public. This, Requirement, in which those issues are dealt with, aims at determinig the global guide principles, emphasiting the qualitative aspects of urban development and life quality. Accordingly based on the project of ‘’Conservation of Cumalıkızık and Ensuring its Continuation’’ has been set with the aim of conserving and ensuring the continuation of Cumalıkızık-Bursa, which is one of the significant examples of the rural architecture during the Ottoman period ‘’The Project Antakya Culture Promanede’’ which is located on Gazi Paşa Street in Antakya a city whose origins date back to Antiquity has been similarly formed to ensure its involvement in the daily life, both these projects which have been shaped with the mutual attempts of the local and central management universıty and civil communıty representatives will be examined in a comparate way in this study.

With these two sample works, the issues of improvement os physical setting, the restauration of house stock, the creation of social and cultural opportunities the development of communities and ensuring the involvement of public as stated in the European Urban Requirement, will be proved and the way of applying them in the real life will be discussed together with the application methodology. The architectural features of these two settlements which have been studied in the first part will be stressed. In the second part, on the other hand work done under the scope of phisical, social, economics and cultural aspects of these settlement samples will be comparatively dealt with. The Functional role of the instutitions and foundations associated with the studies pointed above will be particularly emphasized . In the conclusion the importance of the duties of those who have shared responsibility in obtaining data in the studies will be discussed and tha data available will be accordingly assessed. The conservation mechanısm obtained as result of the method applied in such project with many partners will be clearly defined and thus discussed in the communique.

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