Assoc. Prof. Dr. Atakara: “Human-Focused Living World Is Possible with the Qualitative Design of the Public Space”
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cemil Atakara, the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Design and Architecture and the Head of the Architecture Department of Cyprus International University (CIU) stated that in the leadership of the International Union of Architects (UIA) the first Monday of October is celebrated as the World Architecture Day with a different theme every year. He said the theme of 2018 is “Architecture ... for a Better World.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Atakara said on the occasion of the World Architecture Day of the International Union of Architects every year with a different theme they aim to attract the attention of both professionals and the public and thus they aim to create a human-oriented living world.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cemil Atakara gave information about the points necessary to create a better world and he mentioned that rights and freedom and these values gain meaning with a space and he said "a human-centred liveable world is possible with the qualified design of the public space. ”
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cemil Atakara said "our world, which is under the threat of the global economy, with other living things, people, the environment, urban and rural areas and the protection of life resources, primarily for decision-makers is an extremely important responsibility for all." Assoc. Prof. Dr. Atakara recalled that the problems on earth are growing and the architecture and the innovative designer power is providing a better future for the people at this point.
Atakara stated that the built environment was shaped by architects and designers and he mentioned that as an architect, awareness could be created in the society by acting with the awareness of these issues.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cemil Atakara, the Head of the Department of Architecture said "I celebrate the world architecture day of the architectures and I wish a good future where peace reigns, the environment is protected and people live free and happy."