"In 50s, with the new Government, the first liberalization attempts have begun and different local business groups and artisans have become effective in both Housing blocks for middle and lower class families have covered a considerable percentage of land in great cities within three decades. In these years, not the professional designers but the constructors determined the form of the buildings according to current values and preferences. The role of planned development has stayed at a minimum while popular approval has come forward. Formal endeavors have always been inadequate and people tried to find their own solutions. They usually have achieved alternative systems and prevented a social breakdown. The mutual inclinations have led to these spontaneous solutions. The houses have met the needs of middle class families at minimum costs and they embodied the minimum standards. At this point, "popular culture", can be accepted as the common behavior of middle and lower class people which is developed spontaneously in their daily lives. It is the reproduction of a certain life style and sometimes an escape from negative aspects of real life. Generally, governors approve this behavior because in this way protest or uprisings are prevented. However people without question accumulate some concepts or forms in their brains and build "banks of icons" for using as a template. They usually use similar elements in a simple and schematic way in order to realize popular products. In this way, people get used to stereotypes while it becomes easy and less painful to accept the present negative situation. (Oktay, A., 1993)"