STIGMERGIC-SCAPES: AFTER THE REMOVAL OF BODRUM TERMINAL
IN-BETWEEN MORPHOLOGIES: HARVESTING WATER AND LAND
In-Between Morphologies: Harvesting Water and Land
In Bodrum, which is exposed to the negative effects of overconsumption on nature, city, and people day by day, In Between Morphologies proposes to redefine the relationship between water and land both morphologically and programmatically based on production. Starting from the coastline that is most affected by consumption, it aims to reshape the coast with water and land farming and establish a sustainable production system to strengthen the city’s relationship with the coast. The project focuses on the coastline and it should not be a line, a border anymore, it should be an in-between place. As a method for providing a production habitat in between water and land, the project suggests that water farming waste could be used in land agriculture and a sustainable production system can be established. To transform the coastline, the production lines of various production patterns are used. The agriculture and aquaculture matrixes are juxtaposed and created a new in-between morphology.