DE / RANGED AND TAMED TERRITORIES: ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTIONS ON ANKAPARK
FROM FRAGMENTED TO INTERLACED: CITY AS A COMMON WAREHOUSE
From Fragmented to Interlaced: City as a Common Warehouse
Ankara is a fragmented city in terms of morphological formations and land use. Especially around the site, industrial and cultural zones are separated from each other and the site is as just center of them. Therefore, instead of fragmented and constant situation, continuous and interlaced program is suggested for generative and dynamic intersections and for creating transformative possibilities to reconsider production and leisure. At this point, warehouse is considered as a transformative typology because it is at just transitory area between production and consumption cycles. Suggested common warehouse system which will has been generated to expand in the city is flexible and adoptable according to needs of society and environment. The program is formed by juxtaposition of industrial and cultural activities for revealing hidden productive labour process, involving the people in cultural production and organizing collective life. Continuous common platform expands in the whole site and also to the city while existing silos are reused and modular system is generated between them.