Among the most popular topics of the real estate market, horizontal architecture has recently attracted attention.
Low-rise housing in Turkey is built using horizontal architecture to revive the neighborhood culture, bring residents closer to nature, and preserve cultural values.
Horizontal architecture works are carried out by the Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKI) of the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning.
Replacement of vertical buildings by horizontal buildings affect not only the environment but also the people living there.
Neighborhood residents have the opportunity to build closer and socially neighborly relations with nature.
Where a neighborhood culture exists, life interferes with nature
In this context, low-rise buildings with 3+1 and 2+1 houses are being constructed by the Housing Development Administration of Turkey throughout Turkey, especially in Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, and Bursa.
Buildings are constructed according to city plans and urban standards and with ensuring that the relationship with nature is kept.
This process aims to build cities with more green and social areas, bring cultural values and traditions to the forefront, and offer people the opportunity to live in nature.
The Ministry will continue to work on these plans with the slogan “Turkey is going up with Horizontal Architecture” to achieve its goal of building social housing in line with the 2023 targets.
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