KAAT to design Protocol Pavillion to host 97th anniverseary of Turkish Republic Parade
Sep 03, 2020
The holiday commemorates the events of 29 October 1923, when Mustafa Kemal Atatürk declared that Turkey was henceforth a republic. Turkey had de facto been a republic since 23 April 1920, the date of the establishment of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, but the official confirmation of this fact came three-and-a-half years later. On 29 October 1923, the status of the nation as a republic was declared and its official name was proclaimed to be Türkiye Cumhuriyeti ("the Republic of Turkey").
October 29 each year, official holidays and ceremonies will be announced by the organization of all the nations of the Republic of Turkey, parades and celebrated enthusiastically. This year, when the Republic is approaching its 100th anniversary, KAAT is designing the Istanbul Protocol and the Protocol Pavilion on the Vatan Boulevard, the most important artery of Istanbul, during the parades to host the veterans and the public.
The project is designed as a modular and temporary structure, which will be removed after the event is completed and rebuilt in the following year or similar organizations