Author(s): Salih SALBACAK

During the Ottoman Empire realized its strongest period in the 16th century, when the 17th century came to light with the internal rebellions and the troubles that arose as a result of the wars that forced the rulers of the state to take reform decisions, with the Pasarofca Agreement signed in 1718, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of peace in which reform decisions and westernization (Europeanization) movements became widespread. This process, later called tulip period, was built by Sultan III. Ahmed and his Grand Vizier Nev?ehirli Ibrahim Pasha a new perspective in the state is accepted, and as a first step to Paris, and then to Europe's important centers are sent to the ambassadors. The reports of the ambassadors who closely follow the technical and technological development of Europe are closely observed in Payitaht. Especially, the report of the French ambassador XXVIII. Çelebi Mehmet about the European lifestyle, city, theater and opera houses, residences, palaces and gardens of the period, was published in the printing press established under the leadership of ?brahim Müteferrika. These developments affect architecture closely. In this process, european architecture, construction systems and new plan types begin to show their influence in the Ottoman Capital through foreign architects. In the study, the general structure of the period and the architectural environment, the general situation of Istanbul, where westernization and transformation took place at the fastest, could be transferred from the tulip era to the present day, perhaps the only official interior and it is located in Topkapi Palace. III. Ahmet Yemi? Chamber; interior design features and interior decorations are examined


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