The Emergence of Studio Apartments

Mine Ulusoy, Merve Özkaynak

Abstract


The first studio-type residences that emerged in America have become widespread throughout the world in the coming years. The studio flourished as an American culture in Turkey, in order to meet the need for single-person living. During the 19th century, immigrants from America and other European countries, mostly from Great Britain and Ireland, have been migrated. The search for solutions to these housing problems has created studio-type apartments. Immigration has resulted in millions of people coming to the media in bad conditions and bringing legal solutions to the agenda. In this study; The socio-cultural and architectural qualities of the concept of the studio apartment in America, which is frequently seen in recent years in Turkey, have also been examined.


Keywords


America, immigration, studio apartment, tenement housing.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15320/ICONARP.2016.11

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