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This study consists of a set of three legs of interpretations. The first of which summarises the two main approaches that aims at explaining the Ottoman house, and the study’s stance and attitude towards these approaches. In addition to this, it has also been stated that the house of the Ottoman-Anatolia City in the 17th century has been interpreted in an attitude that can be considered as being organisational-determinism. This deals with a mechanism that explains the approach in accordance with the centre-periphery relations has homogenized the Ottoman dwelling to the provinces during this period. This view is used more to explain the House Type with Central Hall. This study, however, believes that the House Type with Open Hall was the first step in the process of homogenisation, which began in the middle of the 15th century. It may be considered that the approach that links a local-regional tradition to the Open Hall Type has been overcome by usage of a higher criticism of the understanding of history to which this is based on. Each period belongs to itself. The third and final leg of the set of interpretations questions the set belief of the localness of the House Type with Open Hall in the 17th century Ottoman-Anatolia City as part of such a homogenized process and organizational structure. One should realize that this house is both local and non-local.

Ottoman House, Organizational Determinism, Traditional House, Anatolian House, Turkish House.


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