SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES 11-20
METU JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES 11-20
aesthetic regulation (15/1-2) 17-36
aesthetic value judgment (15/1-2) 17-36
aesthetic theories (15/1-2) 17-36
aesthetics (18/1-2) 63-72
Anatolian Seljuk architecture (11/1-2) 41-55; (13/1-2) 53-65
Ankara (11/1-2) 21-39
apartment blocks (11/1-2) 73-88
architectural artifact (12/1-2) 17-36
architectural conservation (20/1-2) 57-76
architectural criticism (14/1-2) 71-84
architectural culture (20/1-2) 57-76
architectural design (12/1-2) 61-76
architectural education (15/1-2) 5-16
architectural heritage (20/1-2) 57-76
architectural history (11/1-2) 57-71; (13/1-2) 17-30; (13/1-2) 53-65
architectural interpretation (18/1-2) 5-23
architectural representation (17/1-2) 15-24
architectural terminology (13/1-2) 53-65
Art Nouveau (14/1-2) 59-70
authorship (12/1-2) 17-36
Beaux-Arts (20/1-2) 5-27
borders (16/1-2) 31-44
boundaries (16/1-2) 31-44
building components
(19/1-2) 57-70
building performance
(19/1-2) 57-70
building quality (19/1-2) 57-70
Buruciye Medrese in Sıvas (11/1-2) 57-71
CAD (15/1-2) 5-16
caravanserai (11/1-2) 41-55
‘Casa Corte’ (18/1-2) 73-90
causality (17/1-2) 5-13
Charter of Athens (18/1-2) 25-36
CIAM (18/1-2) 25-36
city planning (16/1-2) 13-30
collective and private spaces (16/1-2) 31-44
collective value judgment (15/1-2) 17-36
constitution (12/1-2) 5-16
consumer protection (12/1-2) 49-60
contextual architecture (19/1-2) 71-82
contingency (18/1-2) 91-102
copyright (12/1-2) 17-36
cosmology and architecture (11/1-2) 5-19
courtyard with four cross-axial iwans (11/1-2) 5-19
classification (13/1-2) 53-65; (14/1-2) 11-22
Colonial Architecture (20/1-2) 5-27
communicative action (14/1-2) 39-58
community (14/1-2) 39-58
Congo (20/1-2) 5-27
conservation (13/1-2) 5-15
construction culture (20/1-2) 57-76
culture (13/1-2) 5-15
culture-form and space types (18/1-2) 73-90
cultural heritage (13/1-2) 5-15
cultural identity (11/1-2) 73-88
cultural resistance (17/1-2) 25-42
Cyprus (19/1-2) 45-56
Damascus (15/1-2) 37-51
decorative arts (13/1-2) 17-30
design (13/1-2) 67-76
design consultancy (15/1-2) 75-90
design education (12/1-2) 61-76; (13/1-2) 31-51; (13/1-2) 67-76
developing countries (13/1-2) 31-51
development in Turkey (13/1-2) 31-51
development law (12/1-2) 5-16
development policy (14/1-2) 39-58
development planning (17/1-2) 53-73
development strategies (13/1-2) 31-51
Divriği (11/1-2) 41-55
early Republican period (16/1-2) 59-97; (17/1-2) 75-97
early Republican period of Turkey (16/1-2) 13-30
East Black Sea region (19/1-2) 71-82
eastern painting (17/1-2) 15-24
environment (17/1-2) 43-52; (18/1-2) 37-61; (18/1-2) 63-72
environmental control (19/1-2) 5-29
environmental design (17/1-2) 25-42
environmental evaluation (19/1-2) 57-70
environmental jurisdiction (19/1-2) 5-29
environmental planning (18/1-2) 37-61
environmental quality (18/1-2) 37-61; (19/1-2) 57-70
ergonomy (13/1-2) 67-76
Eryaman Mass-Housing Project (19/1-2) 57-70
ethics (14/1-2) 39-58
factory complexes (20/1-2) 29-55
fine arts (14/1-2) 11-22
First National Architecture (20/1-2) 29-55
formal-contextual analysis (19/1-2) 31-43
frontier (18/1-2) 63-72
functional segregation (18/1-2) 25-36
Gölyaka (20/1-2) 57-76
hegemony (17/1-2) 25-42
Henri Prost (16/1-2) 13-30
historical buildings (20/1-2) 57-76
historical knowledge (17/1-2) 5-13
history of architecture

(11/1-2) 5-19; (14/1-2) 59-70; (15/1-2) 37-51;
(17/1-2) 75-97 (16/1-2) 59-97; (18/1-2) 5-23

history writing (17/1-2) 5-13
housing (16/1-2) 31-44
housing layout context (16/1-2) 31-44
housing typology (20/1-2) 29-55
history of mathematics (11/1-2) 57-71
home accidents (12/1-2) 49-60
house (14/1-2) 23-38
housing (11/1-2) 21-39; (14/1-2) 39-58
housing cooperative (14/1-2) 39-58
housing evaluation (19/1-2) 57-70
housing tenure (14/1-2) 39-58
housing typology (18/1-2) 73-90
Hungarian architecture (14/1-2) 59-70
Ibn Ilyas (13/1-2) 17-30
Islamic painting (16/1-2) 45-57
identity (18/1-2) 63-72
ideology (16/1-2) 13-30; (17/1-2) 25-42
(19/1-2) 31-43
Imperial Tradition (20/1-2) 5-27
in-house design (15/1-2) 75-90
industrial design (12/1-2) 49-60; (13/1-2) 31-51
industrial location (15/1-2) 53-74
industrial products
(13/1-2) 67-76
institutionalization of preservation (17/1-2) 75-97
institutionalization of preservation (16/1-2) 59-97
interdisciplinary design education (12/1-2) 61-76
inter-subjectivity (15/1-2) 17-36
İstanbul (15/1-2) 53-74
iwan (11/1-2) 5-19
İzmir (16/1-2) 13-30
Károly Kós (14/1-2) 59-70
külliye (15/1-2) 37-51
landscape (18/1-2) 63-72
landscape art (17/1-2) 43-52
Le Corbusier (16/1-2) 13-30; (18/1-2) 25-36
‘learned societies’ (13/1-2) 5-15
limit (18/1-2) 63-72
Louis Althusser (17/1-2) 5-13
Loos (14/1-2) 23-38
Lowry model (15/1-2) 53-74
'Ma' (18/1-2) 63-72
Mamluk Egypt (13/1-2) 17-30
mass-housing (19/1-2) 57-70
medrese (13/1-2) 53-65
Mengücek (11/1-2) 41-55
Mimar Sinan (13/1-2) 17-30
Mimar Sinan (15/1-2) 37-51
middle landscape (17/1-2) 25-42
migration (11/1-2) 21-39
miniatures (16/1-2) 45-57; (17/1-2) 15-24
modernism (11/1-2) 73-88; (18/1-2) 5-23
modernization in Turkey (16/1-2) 13-30
monumentalism (20/1-2) 5-27
mosque (13/1-2) 17-30; (13/1-2) 53-65
multi-disciplinary cooperation in conservation (20/1-2) 77-92
myth (17/1-2) 25-42
nation-building (19/1-2) 31-43
national architecture (19/1-2) 31-43
National Romanticism (14/1-2) 59-70
nationalism (19/1-2) 31-43
nature (17/1-2) 43-52
nature conservation (18/1-2) 37-61
newly industrialised countries (15/1-2) 75-90
1999 earthquakes (20/1-2) 57-76
Norway (19/1-2) 71-82
objectivity-subjectivity (15/1-2) 17-36
oblique projection (17/1-2) 15-24
open-air museums (19/1-2) 71-82
Ottoman architecture (13/1-2) 17-30; (15/1-2) 37-51
Ottoman complexes (15/1-2) 37-51
ownership (12/1-2) 17-36
painting (16/1-2) 45-57
perception (18/1-2) 63-72
periphery (18/1-2) 63-72
perspective (16/1-2) 45-57
photography (14/1-2) 11-22
pictorial space (16/1-2) 45-57
place (19/1-2) 45-56
plan modifications (17/1-2) 53-73
plan typology (11/1-2) 41-55
planning discretion (12/1-2) 5-16
planning law (12/1-2) 5-16; (17/1-2) 53-73
(19/1-2) 5-29
planning regulations (19/1-2) 5-29
planning theory (12/1-2) 37-47
politics and architecture (20/1-2) 5-27
postmodernism (14/1-2) 71-84
preservation of façades (20/1-2) 57-76
preservation of historic monuments (17/1-2) 75-97;(16/1-2) 59-97
product safety (12/1-2) 49-60
psychoanalysis (17/1-2) 5-13
public (16/1-2) 31-44
public housing (19/1-2) 57-70
public space (18/1-2) 25-36
Rationalism (14/1-2) 23-38
Raumplan (14/1-2) 23-38
regional architecture (14/1-2) 59-70
Regionalism (18/1-2) 5-23
René Danger (16/1-2) 13-30
representation (20/1-2) 5-27
representational techniques (17/1-2) 15-24
(re)production of space (18/1-2) 91-102
re-settlement (19/1-2) 45-56
return to ‘the street’ (18/1-2) 25-36
‘Rue Corridor’ (18/1-2) 25-36
rural settlements (19/1-2) 45-56
Singapore (18/1-2) 37-61
skin (18/1-2) 63-72
social change (17/1-2) 25-42
societal context (16/1-2) 31-44
sociology of housing (14/1-2) 39-58
squatter settlements (11/1-2) 21-39
stalactites (11/1-2) 57-71
state (19/1-2) 31-43
‘the street’ (18/1-2) 25-36
sustainability (18/1-2) 37-61
taxonomy (14/1-2) 11-22
Team X (18/1-2) 25-36
theory of space formation (18/1-2) 91-102
traditionalism (18/1-2) 5-23
technology transfer (15/1-2) 75-90
timber construction (20/1-2) 57-76
timber structures (19/1-2) 71-82
tombs (13/1-2) 53-65
traditional residential architecture (11/1-2) 73-88
transportation planning (15/1-2) 53-74
typology (14/1-2) 11-22
urban design (12/1-2) 61-76; (18/1-2) 25-36;
(18/1-2) 73-90
urban development (18/1-2) 91-102
urban identity (11/1-2) 73-88
urban structure (15/1-2) 53-74; (18/1-2) 73-90
USA (19/1-2) 5-29
utopia (12/1-2) 37-47
utopian planning (12/1-2) 37-47
vernacular architecture (19/1-2) 71-82
workers housing (20/1-2) 29-55