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This paper presents the learning outcomes of the international project, 'RE-PUBLIC: Remaking the Public Space' , funded by European Union Life Long Learning -Erasmus Intensive Programme. It focused on complex and diversified layers of public space within the context of the place-making logic. Istanbul's Taksim region including the Taksim Square, Gezi Park and Istiklal Street acted as the core problem area with its disintegrated and segregated physical and cultural territorial borders. Thedoi:10.5505/itujfa.2017.07108 fatcat:d2vaq46sirhzdfnanbmiye6wdq