zmir Agricultural Development Center – Sasalı Biolab / Mert Uslu Architecture

zmir Agricultural Development Center – Sasalı Biolab / Mert Uslu Architecture

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Text description of the architects. Shaped by human hands, the deformations experienced in nature change today’s living conditions. Hence, it has become a need to develop new strategies and techniques related to life support activities (such as diet and shelter) that can adapt to these changes. Undoubtedly, the negative and positive effects of such technological developments on a global necessity are quite high. At this point, it might not be wrong to compare these technological developments with a negative and positive medallion.

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To plan
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While it is clear that the rapid pace of technological development after the 2000s had a negative impact on the natural environment, it is clear that solutions to these problems through technology are still being sought. For this reason, today the subject of many studies is how and to what extent the daily increase in the global dimensions of these environmental deformations will affect the viability (life) around the world. These studies are designed to provide alternative solutions to environmental problems such as global warming, climate change and drought, as well as soil degradation. The project, which is supposed to be located in Sasalı in the Çiğli district of İzmir, is geared towards education and production. This project created normal and intelligent agricultural fields, high-level agricultural fields, greenhouses, an eco-market, a multi-purpose hall, training courses, administrative facilities, laboratories, a library, technical services and wet volume areas. Due to the straight line holding together of the room volumes, the biosale (organic boulevard) and the adjoining circulation axis stand out as the backbone of the design.

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This backbone design construct enables users to get to know and experience the operational mechanics of the institute during their on-site visit. Access to the area along the north-south axis is via the north axis. Starting from the main entrance, the access backbone first leads the visitors / users into the education-oriented rooms (e.g. laboratories and libraries). The educational spaces and the spaces with agricultural activities (such as greenhouses and vertical gardens) separate with the creation of the eco-bazaar, which arises from the expansion of the cycle. The agricultural fields of activity that are outside the eco-bazaar area invite you to observe and experience various agricultural techniques. The backbone design construct ends with normal and smart farm fields that are at the southern end of the site.

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