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Aspiration in designing new building in historic settings must be to match the quality of the new with the old so that they are respected and enhanced for the benefit of those who live in Nicosia and the visitors who come to enjoy the wonderful heritage. Thus, the design concepts and evaluations have been set to help design alternatives and awareness among all those issues inserted in building design in historic settings.

Aspiration in designing new building in historic settings must be to match the quality of the new with the old so that they are respected and enhanced for the benefit of those who live in Nicosia and the visitors who come to enjoy the wonderful heritage. Thus, the design concepts and evaluations have been set to help design alternatives and awareness among all those issues inserted in building design in historic settings.

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  1. 1. BANDABULYA MARKET 19500104 / ALA’A ZUHEIR
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS. o INTRODUCTION. o AIM. o HISTORIC ANALYSIS. o ARCHITECTURAL ANALYSIS. o BEFORE AND AFTER COMPARISION. o VALUES. o FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS. o SITE ANALYSIS. o EXSISTING FUNCTIONS. o PROPOSAL. o CONCLUSION. o REFERENCES.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION. oOur aspiration in designing new building in historic settings must be to match the quality of the new with the old so that they are respected and enhanced for the benefit of those who live in Nicosia and the visitors who come to enjoy the wonderful heritage. oOur design concepts and evaluations have been set to help design alternatives and awareness among all those issues inserted in building design in historic settings. oThere are still many outstanding examples around the region, and we have provided the Ground Bazar in Istanbul to demonstrate how the principles can work in practice. oGood quality design and planning are key to changing how people feel about a place and can make a big difference in how people use space.
  4. 4. AIM. o Encourage an imaginative, confident design response derived from context. o Provide a common-sense approach to work within the existing conservation and planning development framework. o Propose an adaptive-reuse as a preparation of new designs in historic settings based on shared understanding of the issues. o Communal places, such as the bazaar or the market, carry out the community's heritage, customs, social structure and lifestyle.
  5. 5. HISTORIC ANALYSIS: The old bazar described as an important site to reach to the yard of St Sophia (Selimiye) and St Nicolas church, as at is close to the crossing. (Bedestan) in Nicosia was used as the main trading place in Nicosia during Venetian rule in Cyprus. People from Nicosia entered the walled city to sell their products and textiles, using the area for their weekly local market. Due to population growth and its rising popularity, the market became a permanent fixture and people from all around Cyprus travelled to Nicosia in order to sell their goods or buy products at the Bandabulya market.  In the early 1970s, due to the Cyprus conflict, new residential areas started to be built outside the walled city. Gradually, the market started to be neglected by the locals. Over the years, the shops closed down and the building became structurally unsafe. In 2010, the Bandabuliya market closed down. With the support of the UNDP- PFF, it was renovated and re-opened in June 2012 with 77 stalls for sellers, a café, bookshops and a small theatre for performances.
  6. 6. ARCHITECTURAL ANALYSIS. The original function of the building compatible in its scale and form as a cultural heritage market, moreover, as well as being significant cultural assets by itself, it should also play a role in delivering a range of public policy objectives including sustainable economic development, community cohesiveness and place-making for the locals to congregate and share their skills, however, a further cultural gentrification should be prevented. The proposed of new development in this research will focus on the spatial and the visual components of the heritage building, and which is needed to enhance the existing environment.
  7. 7. BEFORE AND AFTER COMPARISION. Before renovation After renovation Distraction in the market layout in the building before renovation, which cause problems for the visitors walking inside the market. new layout of the market taking into account the current functions such as groceries, butchers, handicrafts shops, cafe and restaurants the structural status of the building - which was about to collapse the concrete structure of the building has been rehabilitated for the seismic requirements the central islands in concrete were without foundations and the reinforced concrete was in a very precarious status The building foundation in the central has been renovated with the concrete columns to provide a support for the old building. the entire roof was rotten and near to collapse The roof has been replaced with a timber roof trusses, since it is a lighter material and only 30% of the original tiles could be recuperated and reused for the renovation the building infrastructure has been deteriorated all infrastructures (such as electricity, water, telephone, sewerage, drainage, firefighting system, etc.) have been provided, replaced and/or upgraded the building façade was visually and in a bad situation original Greek signs to be madel visible above the shops doors; the internal parts upgraded with suitable materials such as terrazzo tiles, wooden mezzanine to accommodate the new functions. Wooden doors and windows had to be provided the old building doesn’t meet the disabled needs Guarantee access to persons with disabilities, and Technical facilities such as toilets for persons with disabilities provided in the new building. the windows and the shutters has been in a bad situation the external wooden parts of the building, such as windows and shutters, had to be replaced with the same design and dimensions depending on their conditions
  8. 8. VALUES. Value type. Historic value • Its considered as an old and historical building. • No certain events but the building had always been a market. Symbolic & Spiritual value • No spiritual value since its not a place for ritual or religious background. • Could be considered cultural due to the fact it provides daily and cultural supplies for the local people. • It’s a symbolical building since its been the main trading place in Nicosia since 1917. Archaeological, Age & Scarcity value • Its considered as a scarce building since it’s the only bandabulya market in Nicosia. • It doesn’t have age value since its not
  9. 9. VALUES. Value type. Educational & Documentary value • The roof structure and construction is pretty clear and educational. • It could be considered as an old way of life since its been there since the history of Cyprus and many people shop there till this day. Architectural value • The special organization is designed in a way to offer the individual a sense of movement and participants sensation. Artistic & Aesthetic value • In our opinion, there is no artistic value present in the building other than the displayed products in and out of the shops. • In terms of aesthetic value, there is a sense of belonging and uniqueness to the building.
  10. 10. VALUES. Value type. Contextual, Townscape/ Landscape & Ecological value • It is close to the crossing of the selimiyu mosque and the Bedestan so its location is quite lively and is easy to locate and access and has good amenities around such as the kıbrıs türk islam eserleri müzesi museum and a mosque. Economic & Functional value • This building is considered economic because it’s a market. But for tourism there should be some alteration since people complain that its not that much of an exciting experience. • There is a huge unused space that can be used as a functional one. Social & Public value • Its considered a social and public space since people can visit anytime without any boundaries and anyone can access it. • It’s a good meeting point and gathering
  11. 11. Bandabulya Bazaar Other historic buildings in the close surrounding Vehicle Acces Pedestrian Access only Car parks in close surrounding Bandabulya Bazaar is located in walled city Nicosia. Lots of other historic buildings are neighbouring the MarketPlace such as Bedesten, Selimiye Mosque, The Great Inn and Kumarcular Inn • The fact that there are so many historical buildings around, highlights the importance of the right adaptive re-use plan. We should not only consider the historic building, but also historically rich surrounding and its environmental compatibility with the building. • The car parks with walking distance provided by Nicosia Municipality, is an opportunity for the building to have long-term visitors. While providing new functions to the Marketplace, long-term functions can be considered such as sitting for a coffee- attending a workshop activity or shopping from different shops. • Vehicle Access is an opportunity for new and old stores to get their goods
  12. 12. Gift & accessories shop – Confection stores Butcher and Chicken shops Undefined empty stores Green grocery stores Circulation paths inside the building EXISTING FUNCTIONS OF THE BAZAAR
  13. 13. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Commercial building use: Forum: like a traditional shops/store (bazaar), and traditional food functions, which is provided originally in the building concept, but needs to be evaluated in terms of functionality. Eating Function: cafe
  14. 14. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS. The context of the place changed at the present day and the sense of evolution in the character happened after the building restoration, this means a new design can also help in realizing their full economic and cultural potential. However, it should replicate the existing building in design, appearance, and materials. According to the visitors- Google Reviews- of the old bazaar, they describe their experience as humble, convenient, and authentic, and where it is great to spend so little for so much. As a traditional heritage building, the slow movement of this cultural heritage market should be kept. A well-noticed complaint of the visitors related to the spatial and functional organization inside the market, comparing to their expectation after vising the closed bazaar in Istanbul. So, the heritage building focuses more on attracting the local visitors in the city by focusing on the displaying of food and clothes, rather than focusing on the overall experience as a cultural heritage site. Although, the building consists of a jumble of sounds and colours, and there
  15. 15. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Features of functions: cultural building use, as a gallery and performance space: As a sustainable approach to the design, we can use the larger space in the heritage building as a multifunctional hall, as the following: Gallery: can be used as an art gallery to display the production of the Authentic Cypriot traditional art, to bring experience to a wide range of visitors- young people, and tourists. At the same time, it could be used as a cinema, with only flexible furniture and which display only the traditional Cypriot films. A multifunctional space: can be described as a true integration of different functions in time and space, and which often appeal to diverse community members, including activities, artists and so on. Therefore, provide opportunities for collaboration and partnerships across traditional boundaries.
  16. 16. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: We will make an elevation to the commercial building use through using a good example throughout the country like for example Ground Bazar in Istanbul: 1. Organize the placement of the stuff in the market so they will not cross the vertical line of the perception for the preceptor-visitor of the old heritage building.
  17. 17. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: 2. Suggest a new tiles for the infrastructure (ground floor) to increase the amount of the light inside and to complement the walls façade of the shops.
  18. 18. FUNCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS: 3. Organize the placement of the cafés furniture in the center of the market, can used the partitions to define the space in the market.
  19. 19. 1) Replacing the chicken store at the enterance with a more welcoming gift store 2) Providing a modern cafe which is more compatible with new generation users and their needs. 3) Dividing the market place into 3 zones as souvenir street, grocery street and butcher street. 4) Enterance 1 and 3 is more suitable acces for the cafee. By placing the cafee at the end of the shopping stores, the bazaar orient people to buy something from the stores even if they only visit for a coffee. 5) Providing a new gathering area for cafee, where all the streets links at the end 6) A workshop area where people can learn or watch how to do the Art of Cypriote culture. 7) Self standing shading element may be added for this outdoor activity 8) Adding new stores by the enterance of workshop such as candle store, spice shop, coffee bean store to overpower the smell of butchers. 9) Additional stores placed to sell the products done in workshops, placed beside the Art of Cypriote workshop. PROPOSAL:
  20. 20. CONCLUSION. Lessons learnt from this specific approach to the time, location and pragmatics of supply and spatial organization could guide the cultural development of heritage sites. It is in projects such as this that, by their quality, cost-effectiveness, the use of local materials and available technology, married with today's patterns of simple living, particularly for locals, and through engaging Turkish Cypriot cultural experience in the market, to create a livable environment for the tourists in their visit for this cultural heritage site.
  21. 21. REFERENCES. oShettleston Housing Association Offices, Glasgow, 2010. ohttps://kobe-cc.jp/en/facilities/exhibition-hall/hall1-2f/ owww.tripadvisor.com ohttps://www.cy.undp.org/content/cyprus ohttps://www.google.com/maps/place oThesis (M. Arch.), “Capturing the essence : designing a cultural center for the coastal and mountain peoples of Taiwan”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Architecture, 1994. oÖğrt. G., Vedia A., (Oct. 2017), “Lefkoşa Tarihi Kent Dokusunda Ticari Mekanlara Örnek: Lefkoşa Belediye Pazarı –Bandabulya”, JOURNAL OF NEAR ARCHITECTURE, Volume:1 , Issue:1
  22. 22. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING. 19500548 / MONICA MEDHAT 19500104 / ALA’A ZUHEIR 20510688/ MİNE ABRAŞOĞLU

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