Re-Ornament of Traditional Architectural Ornament and at the Present-Time the Possibilities of Technology

Bugu Sah, Zarif Ezdesir


Throughout the history of architecture, ornamentation has been applied as elements that embody emotions through aesthetic pursuits within the scope of the possibilities, and techniques of the period. Traditional craftsmanship in ornamentation are items embodied in architectural structures in historic buildings by local craftsmen. Its protection necessitates the method of transmission from generation to generation. In traditional production times, this transmission was handled by competent people. At the present time, technological developments have caused a radical change during this regard. This study aims to enhance how the ornaments in traditional architecture are often revitalized and interpreted by applying a re ornamental understanding of contemporary architecture and benefiting from the possibilities of technology.

Keywords: Architectural Ornament, Re Ornament, Technology, Tradition

DOI: 10.7176/JSTR/7-05-03

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ISSN (online) 2422-8702