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It is in this way. No well-defined terms with clear connotations have been found to designate these groups. Within the spatial practice of modern society. But it also surpasses such codes and subcodes. The relations of body and space or the notion of identity will be wxamined as a social production of space. Also, we can see garden fences and courtyards little bit. To put it in what pass for modern terms.
Society can be the inception when social space is dealt with. According to points of Marxist theories, society can be specified as three basic materials, which are: Economical basis: Producing material objects, wealth, labor and organization of labor. Social Structure: Social relations are, of course, structured and structural and they are determined by the basis and determining relations of ownership.
These three bases have influences on the production of space. On the other hand, production of society is combined with production of space.
However, it changes them. They are not things, which have mutually limiting boundaries and which collide because of their contours or as a result of inertia. Because of this, we can easily say that, social space keeps on reproducing itself by the present interactions. In accordance with this, the interaction can be associated by social locus. Last of all, the relationship of body and space, social group and space or identity can be also dependant on time.
The relations of body and space or the notion of identity will be wxamined as a social production of space.
The Relations of Production As mentioned earlier, forces of production do not effect production of space only, but also reproduction of space. State and Space There are an important relationship between state and the relations of productions, and also contradictions between classes.
State can be described as power for Lefebvre. Property Relations Production relations generally influence on the production of space. In this realm the formation of space can be examined in terms of property relations. The importance of real property has changed with the capitalism. Moreover, neo-capitalism also creates its own spaces. In classical forms of production, real property has a small role, however, with the capitalist ideology, it has exchange value.
And creates its own spaces. Additionally, producing a thing, money making is done with increasing the value of property. And as the value of properties increase with minimum costs, more money can be made. The influences of property relations in relation to space can be analyzed via the differences between dominated space and appropriated space.
Their origins refer to power. For instance, military architecture, fortifications and ramparts, dams and irrigation systems can be examples. Lefebvre explained the relationships of outside and inside of the house or public space as; the outside is dominated space and inside is appropriated space Lefebvre , Although appropriation has the meaning of excluding the others. On the other hand, every appropriated space is not necessarily possessed.
This difference presents us that; appropriaton space has social, individual may be psychological characteristics of owning a place. The analysis is going to be covered with consideration of these factors by understanding the social production of space. During the summer period, this population reaches , and over in urban area.
Urban sprawl Figure 3. As a result of these developments urban sprawl, population, etc. It has magnificent historical texture with greater, more central Anatolian region. After Assyrians, Persians and Hittites, the Byzantine empire would come, see, and conquer next, infusing the region with Iconoclastic Christian worship.
It is the most important tourism center of the Cappadocia Region. The old cave houses have been restoring as a touristic cave hotel without damaging their historic texture and structure. Among the cave hotels some of the caves have been restores as a distraction place as discos, bars, restaurants and entertainment places. Streets accord with topographical forms and proper for mounts and people together with.
These organic shaped streets sometimes carry wooden or stone shores Figure 3. Also, we can see garden fences and courtyards little bit. In general the chapter will be divided in two topics. Moreover, it is the physical appearance dependants on this.
Most of the accomodations have been living there for a long time. Moreover, some of dwellers in old neighborhoods are relatives. Additionally, the social production can be differing with the dimensions of houses, the houses integrated with rocky nature, usage of the streets, age of buildings, and even colors of the houses.
For instance, the following figure Figure 4. Figure 4. As a result of the policy evacuation process followed and was completed in , the majority of the population in the neighbourhood were settled in the "Disaster Houses", founded on the east bank of Damsa Creek, passing through the city. We can be easily observe their cultures and social habits during the wedding or funeral ceremonies.
As cited before the traces of their communal life can be seen in the housing units, street and urban memory. These can be analyzed in three scales which are district scale, living-storage-space scale and cave houses scale. With by district scale the dwellers use the district as semi-private unit. The other scales consist of small living organisms metaphorically surrounded a court. All scales will be analayzed with the terms of social production of space.
Sharp boundaries between outside and inside do not exist because of alterations of natural forms. The district must be a social space for economical interdependence and security. On the terrace of houses and at the streets children who play each other and people who talk each other or do some works like repairs.
In addition to that with some furniture in front of the doors, we can comprehend that people talking during the day. All of these show us that, dwellers have a strong representing place of their identity. Urban crowded and lands increasing in value have necessitated withdrawn planning.
In traditional rock houses desiring of more comfortable life style and beware of cold and dusty conditions are important social reasons to choose this entrance-hall-centered typology. This symmetrical plan type gives place to more amount of room and it realizes spatial economy.
Garden of houses consists of a courtyard and usually courtyard consists of pigeon holes, stable and storage Figure 4. Except working areas and stables, courtyards are totally used for social production Figure 4. Practical, functional and environment- friendly courtyards connect to mini-squares and streets. The rooms are opening to entrance hall and entrance hall is opening to courtyards.
It can be seen that the inhabitants occupy their spaces with their living way. These kinds of spaces can be analyzed within the terms of appropriation and spatial practice as forming in accordance with usage rather than creating a life according to formation of space. The dwellers created their own spaces with the economy of occupation, moreover they used to do that in a collective way.
However, there are also lots of stores in districts like rug store, tool shop, grocery and even tailor. The structure of the labor of these houses has been formed by the families. This earth type provides the city with valuable vineyards.
Moreover there is also a molasse factory which is located on Aksalur Vilage. The governorship, Rug stores and workplaces Figure 4.
In accordance with this, the property relations can have definitive part to analyze the space within social end economical relations. The dwellers have important and old roots in there.
The relativity between inhabitants can be seen in all around the district. They live in one storey houses and they used other floors as a storage place or stables.
Some of them keep animals like chickens, cats, dogs or even horses as a pet. They nurture horses and donkeys to make easy some carrying works. Some of them have strong relations and they are relatives and live together. Such a social structure can not be separated from its pattern which is context of culture, place and people triangle. As mentioned above, the relativity of social relations can be seen in many street, courtyard or mini-square.
It can be seen that, the appropriation relations can be also interfering to each other as building subdivisions are done according to portion that refers to its usage. Such a 'recognition effect' has far greater import than the 'mirror effect' of the psychoanalysts.
Every bit as much as a poem or a tragedy. For visitors are bound to become aware of their own footsteps. The most beautiful monuments are imposing in their durability. Small wonder that from time immemorial conquerors and revolutionaries eager to destroy a society should so often have sought to do so by burning or razing that society's monuments.
A ne plus ultra of art. The Empress's Tomb in the Taj Mahal bathes in an atmosphere of gracefulness. The monument thus effected a 'consensus'.
Of this social space. I understanding nage 'kills' and Lefebvre's eyes. Thus the mortal 'moment' or component of the sign is temporarily abolished in monumental space. Ho overcome and destroyed mor of buildings it such dialectic crude interact ing spatial ch: In order to define monumental space properlw' semiological categorization codifying and symbolic explanations must be restrained.
But 'restrained' should not be taken to mean refused or rejected. Monumental 'durability' is unable. A spatial work monument or architectural project attains a complexity fundamentally different from the complexity of a text. Turmoil is inevitable once a monument loses its prestige. But it also surpasses such codes and subcodes.
It is procedures. A spatial action overcomes conflicts. Insteai contradiction nant oppositi relapse into n There is st especially wo avoid a numl collections 0 sometimes ar though every an object nor position as a of the materi qualities. Knowledge itself fails here. Only Will. A Greek theatre presupposes tragedy and comedy. To the degree that there are traces of violence and death. The social and political operation of a monumental work traverses the various 'systems' and 'subsystems'.
As I pointed out earlier. To put it in what pass for modern terms.
In and through the work in space. Only through the monument. Thf 'socialization' furniture div echoes. It replaces a brutal reality with a materially realized appearance. The actions of social practice are expressible but not explicable through discourse: Monumental imperishability bears the stamp of the will to power.
A monumental work. I am not saying that the monument is not the outcome of a signifying practice. In theatrical space.
We already know that a texture is made up of a usually rather large space covered by networks or webs. The homes of the moneyed classes have undergone a superficial 'socialization' with the introduction of reception areas. It is neither a sculpture. So long as no such dialectical transcendence occurs. What we are seeing here is a new dialectical process.
Pale echoes. The town. How could the contradiction between building and monument be overcome and surpassed? How might that tendency be accelerated which has destroyed monumentality but which could well reinstitute it. When the subject. Buildings have functions. A monument is neither an object nor an aggregation of diverse objects. The indispensable opposition between inside and outside. What appears empty may turn out to be full. The balance of forces between monuments and buildings has shifted.
Under this dispensation. Buildings are to monuments as everyday life is to festival. In itions by ng those id agree" and by ir heroes all such nes connsa way retain it by means of admitted oppression and repression. There is still a good deal to be said about the notion of the monument. Monuments should not be looked upon as collections of symbols even though every monument embodies symbols sometimes archaic and incomprehensible ones. Indeed space as a whole becomes prone to sudden eruptions of violence.
It is especially worth emphasizing what a monument is not. The building has its roots in warehouses. Such a space is determined by what may take place there.
It is in this way. Inasmuch as the poet through a poem gives voice to a way of living loving. The affective level. I wit to i larg ace reo the affe. Monumental space permits a continual back-and-forth between the private speech of ordinary conversations and the public speech of discourses. Social space. Silence itself. In cloister or cathedral.
The component elements of such wholes are disposed according to a strict order for the purposes of the use of space: Should there be no echo to provide a reflection or acoustic mirror of presence. The Taj Mahal. It is more easily understood. Architectural volumes ensure a correlation between the rhythms that they entertain gaits.
The notion of 'social condenser'. Two 'primary processes'. Monuments are also liable to possess acoustic properties. The 'properties' of a spatial texture are focused upon a single point: Monumental qualities are not solely plastic. For example. And former objects of utility now pass for rare and precious works of art. The famous bar which. That is not what actually happens.
It is easy to imagine that the architect has before him a slice or piece of space cut from larger wholes. Any object. Where destruction has not been complete. If advantage or profit is to be found in it. The section of space assigned to the architect. The horizontal chain of sites in space is thus replaced by vertical superimposition. In any case.
All of which has still not explained very much. When this happens. In short. It is in presidential chair.
Thus each monumental space becomes the metaphorical and quasi-metaphysical underpinning of a society. The obscene is a general category of social practice. Let us for a moment consider the space of architecture and of architects. Within the spatial practice of modern society. Its distant ancestor is the linear perspective developed as early as the Renaissance: Such sterilizing tendencies were denounced long ago by Gromort. It may thus be said of architectural discourse that it too often imitates or caricatures the discourse of power.
This conceived space is thought by those.