Important Task of Gazi University for a Historical Project - Gazi Üniversitesi
Important Task of Gazi University for a Historical Project
09 Şubat 2018 15:00

We are experiencing the excitement of a new project at Gazi University, which continues to take important steps to develop scientific research and produce ideas.

Details of a livable city model project in Erkilet which was developed under the joint study protocol and signed between the Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation and Gazi University was presented to the Minister Mehmet Özhaseki by the lecturers of Gazi University.



The details of the residential and living area project targeted at Kayseri Erkilet within the scope of "City 2023" project were discussed within the meeting held at the Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation. Minister Mehmet Özhaseki, Kayseri Metropolitan Mayor Mustafa Çelik, Kocasinan Mayor Ahmet Çolakbayrakdar, Ministry officials, Gazi University Rector Prof. Dr. İbrahim Uslan, Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Nizami Aktürk and the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Prof. Dr. Nakış Karamağaralı attended to this meeting.


City 2023 Target

The first steps under the  "City 2023" program aiming at building human-centered and identity cities were discussed at the evaluation meeting where the drafts of the project to be planted in Kayseri Erkilet. All the details of the region to be constructed were discussed. In the projec evaluation meeting aiming to increase the quality of life of the traditional architects and the residents of the region, many subjects such as housing, workplace, shopping areas, general structure of streets and streets, infrastructure systems and urban furniture were discussed in detail.



At the meeting, Minister Özhaseki, who carried out the evaluations of city design in Erkilet, paid attention to the importance of city design which revealed the beliefs of the society and its considerations. Özhaseki also mentioned the concept of urbanism developing in Turkish history in his evaluations. He said; "There is a civilization approach that we can see the Seljuks, Ottoman's works and traces today. But we are left behind, almost, for a hundred years, we are freaking out. We have facilities, in many ways we have the experience that we can project to our cities."