Ottoman Architecture

This is a study of the architecture produced under the OttomanEmpire, the Turkish Muslim state that supplanted the GreekChristian Byzantine Empire in Anatolia and the Balkans at the endof the medieval era, continuing in existence into the first quarter ofthe twentieth century.


This edition retains the predominantly illustrative format of earlier editions, presenting the principles of building construction with comprehensive guidance to procedures with numerous examples of formulated and empirical design.