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The histology atlas of campus form: A framework to explore liveability and sustainability in university campuse [ITU J Faculty Arch]
ITU J Faculty Arch. 2019; 16(3): 87-102 | DOI: 10.5505/itujfa.2019.32650  

The histology atlas of campus form: A framework to explore liveability and sustainability in university campuse

Haniye Razavivand fard1, Yuksel Demir1, Marco Trıscıuoglıo2
1Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
2Department of Architecture and Design, Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

This paper focuses on the concept of university campus form, aiming at exploring the sustainability and liveability parameters in relation to campus form. The research intends to provide a theoretical framework to evaluate physical and morphological dimensions of campus form which affect sustainability and liveability of campus setting and surrounding urban context. The study primarily has conducted an extensive literature review on the subjects of sustainability, liveability, urban form, and university campus physical features. Then, it has done a content analysis of fifty university campus masterplans, selected from throughout the world to identify common strategies, and actions of campus development plans. Afterward, it has identified the principal criteria which influence the sustainability and liveability of campus form. To evaluate the university precincts according to the proposed set of criteria, a Histology Atlas of Campus Form has been developed which provides a model to measure each morphological dimension of campus according to a 3-point Likert scale system. The developed model has been applied to case studies to assess their performance. The ultimate objective of this study is to investigate the campus form attributes on the ability to generate liveability and sustainability.

Keywords: University campus, Campus form, Sustainability, Liveability, Histology atlas of campus form.


Haniye Razavivand fard, Yuksel Demir, Marco Trıscıuoglıo. The histology atlas of campus form: A framework to explore liveability and sustainability in university campuse. ITU J Faculty Arch. 2019; 16(3): 87-102

Corresponding Author: Haniye Razavivand fard, Italy


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