Façade Illumination for Industrial Heritage Buildings: A Case Study of Olive Oil Factory in Tirilye District, Bursa

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 8 مرداد 1398

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The façades of buildings that have urban value and shape the silhouette of the city are often illuminated. Besides cultural and historical buildings, illuminating industrial heritage sites is a way of expressing a city’s modernity, development and memory in the context of today’s urban design. This growing interest may foster social awareness and help to promote conservation and preserve these landmarks.Dating back to Byzantine times, Tirilye is a multi-cultural district of Bursa province on the west coast of Marmara Sea. As an example of industrial heritage site Tirilye olive oil factory was selected built by the Greeks in the 19th century. The site embodies technical equipment used in the olive oil production process and represents the development of production technologies of 1950s. Even though the building is out of use and waiting to be preserved today, olive trade is still one of the main sources of villagers’ income as well as tourism and fishery.This paper presents an outdoor lighting design proposal to highlight architectural characteristics of the site by advancing observation and experience of the place’s identity in night time. It is aimed to agument the attractiveness of the factory complex for citizens and visitors and contribute tourism and indirectly local economy by illuminating the building’s main façade and details. The site was modelled in 3D and lighting simulations were performed via DialuxEvo 8.1 program. Quality and quantity of lighting application together with apects of future user profile, recommended museum function of the existing building and its surroundings are considered

Authors

Egemen Kaymaz

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Bursa Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey,

Elif Acar Bilgin

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Bursa Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey,