As a collaboration with Istanbul Technical University architecture department, we had a short trip in order to observe the historical part of Ankara, Ulus. Considering with the historical background, we analysed the local points and histories of structures by regarding architectural period of foundation of Turkey. Turkish Architecture in the Republican Period refers to the architecturein the territory of present-day since the foundation of the republic in 1923, such as :
-First Ziraat Bank headquarters, designed by Giulio Mongeri (1925–1929).
-State Art and Sculpture Museum, designed by Arif Hikmet Koyunoğlu (1927–1930)
-The Grand National Assembly Building (1938–63) was designed by Clemens Holzmeister
-The Faculty of Languages, History and Geography building (1937) of Ankara University was designed by Bruno Taut
-Designed by Şekip Akalın, Ankara Central Station (1937) is a notable Art Deco design of its era.
The period between 1930s to 1950s: Turkish modernism was influenced from foreign architects who are also designed some examples in Turkey such as : Gudrun Baudisch, Rudolf Belling, Paul Bonatz, Ernst Arnold Egli, Martin Elsaesser, Anton Hanak, Franz Hillinger, Clemens Holzmeister, Henri Prost, Paolo Vietti-Violi, Werner Issel, Hermann Jansen, Theodor Jost, Heinrich Krippel, Carl Christoph Lörcher, Robert Oerley, Bernhard Pfau, Bruno Taut and Josef Thorak.