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Sayı: 48 - Temmuz 2016

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Marmara Faculty of Theology Mosque

This mosque constructed in 4 storeys has a 5.000 people capacity. Structure which was completed in 3 years has a dodecagon floor plan and onstructed with steel construction on reinforced concrete.

 This mosque constructed in 4 storeys has a 5.000 people capacity. Structure which was completed in 3 years has a dodecagon floor plan and onstructed with steel construction on reinforced concrete.
500 tonnes of steel was used in the construction of the mosque. Minarets and the water fountain is also constructed completely in steel.
Marmara Faculy of Theology Mosque, being a good example of mosques
constructed in steel, draws attention with its dome giving the feeling of rotary montion. In the project, traditional dovetail ceiling model used for the last 1000 years in Middle Asia and Anatolian houses, Erzurum Grand Mosque
constructed in 1779 and Kırşehir Bazaar Mosque was used. The dome costructed in wood in dovetail model in historical mosques was constructed with steel in Faculty of Theology Mosque.
Height of the dome of the mosque is 34,7 meters while minaret height is 57,8 meters. 
Central dome with the diameter of 35 meters and height of 35 meters supported by 12 steel supports advances in levels with connection details appropriate for the special geometry of the structure. Supporting columns are connected to the internal wall of the dome with steel beams coming together in accordance with the Turkish Triangle form used in design which acts as a transition form in tradition. Main steel beam in the area supports the steel spring ridge ribs. Spiral structure with steps formed in accordance with the architectural design both from the inside and outside rests on ridge ribs.
Çelik Yapılar - Sayı: 48 - Temmuz 2016



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