2015世界木材日研讨会——Expression of Cultural Richness: Turkish Wooden Art
国际木文化学会 | 2580 view(s) | 2015/08/14
演讲摘要：Cultural heritage is the name of artifacts created by previous generations which are believed to have universal values. According to the “Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage” Cultural Heritage is classified as monuments, community structures and protected areas. Anatolia has hosted many civilizations and holds much cultural richness belongs to different periods. There are many historical artifacts that have reached today from the Seljuk and Ottoman periods such as representing the religious architecture mosque, tomb, tombs, madrasas, dervish lodges; representing military architecture walls castles and fortresses; representing commercial architecture bridges and caravanserais; representing civil architecture of the palace, mansion, inns and baths etc. These historical artifacts are the best examples of Turkish architecture. Although artifacts spread throughout the country, Istanbul, Bursa, Edirne, Konya and Ankara have a large number of samples representing different periods. Wood is one of the main decorative and indispensable materials for the artifacts at the architectural details. In this study, it is aimed to evaluate the wood artifacts of the Seljuk and Ottoman periods. For this purpose, some of the mosques doors, window shutters, the pulpit and preaching were examined in terms of the material, construction techniques and ornamental features in different cities of Turkey. As a result of the study, Kundekari technique was found to be used with a high ratio in the cultural heritage of artifacts in Turkish wooden art.
关键词：Tradition, Turkish Wooden Art, Kundekari