The effect of urbanization on the inconveniences of World War II without materials for development with the need to import from abroad, and the surprising expense of development in Turkey, started during the 1940s and proceeded during the 1950s. Here we can say that there is an impact of German modelers in Turkey, mirroring the great ties among Turkey and Germany in that period. Among the landmarks that speak to this period is Istanbul Radio structure in Sisli and the Sisli Mosque in a similar region, planned by Wasfi Ajli somewhere in the range of 1945 and 1949. The Hilton Hotel in Istanbul is a standout amongst the most imperative instances of the 1950s. The initial 5-star Turkish inn, it was set up by Sedad Hakkı Eldem in the territory of Alma Dag and Harbiye and was opened in 1955.
The lodging is viewed as a standout amongst the most profitable structures worked in a global style in Turkey, however this work has been broadly scrutinized for being identityless in light of the fact that its author Sedad Hakkı is an agent of the second national design pattern, which was influenced by the results of the Second World War, and on the grounds that he established the inn in association with outside specialists, likewise, the Hilton Hotel venture itself has an essential image of the United States of America and the cutting edge engineering of Western inception!