General Information

Institutional Information: Mimarlık Fakültesi, Mimarlık, Mimari Tasarım Ve Eleştiri
Research Areas: Social Sciences and Humanities, Sociology, Social Strafication and Mobility, Architecture, City and Regional Planning, Urban Planning and Development, Building Information, Building Design, Architectural Design, Renovation, History of Architecture and Restoration, Restoration, History of Architecture, Engineering and Technology

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Publication

93

Citation (Scopus)

1

H-Index (Scopus)

1

Project

13

Thesis Advisory

6

Open Access

2
UN Sustainable Development Goals

Biography

Burak Asiliskender is a Professor at Abdullah Gül University School of Architecture, and head of the Department of Architecture, since 2012. He is also one of the co-founders of the Argeus Architects.

He holds bachelors degree in architecture (Yildiz Technical University/Istanbul), master of science degree on architecture (Istanbul Technical University) and doctor of philosophy degree on architectural design (Istanbul Technical University).

He studies on architectural history and design approaches of modern movement; modernization and industrialization practices of Turkish Republic, identity and cultural policies, and teaches on architectural design and theory. He has several papers, articles on the modernity, identity, space and place concepts, modernization and especially their spatial reflections on Turkey and Kayseri at early times of Turkish Republic, published national and international wide. 

He is currently involved in the design and implementation projects for the restoration and adaptive re-use of former Sümerbank Kayseri Textile Factory for AGU. 

He is one of the international members of the Docomomo (International Committee for Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Sites and Neighborhoods of the Modern Movement), EAHN (European Architectural Historians Network) and TICCIH (The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage). 

Web of Science Researcher ID P-3342-2017