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Course Name
Turkish İç Mimarlıkta Rölöve ve Anlatım Teknikleri
English Survey&Rprst.Tch.In Intr.Arch.
Course Code
ICM 228E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 4
3 2 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Akın Tolga İlter
Course Objectives Course aims;
1. To comprehend and express space and interior architectural elements through traditional techniques. 2. To apply graphic presentation techniques as a tool of design and communication.
3. To document existing buildings and products of interior architectural design with professional standards.
4. To measure and define building specifics concerning existing space and interior architectural elements.
5. To be aware of building measurenet technologies and restoration processes.
Course Description Comprehension/visualization of space/object in cartesian geometry; visual analysis of form, volume, space; mapping in perspective; freehand drawing techniques; sketcking; 2d narration concerning design: technical language, notation; expression of material; texture/volume; graphic communication, navigation, and concepts on forming presentaion content; presentation/application of conventional, electronic and optical techniques related to the measurement of building interiors and elements; restoration processes concerning interior architecture.
Course Outcomes Students who successfully pass this course gain the following knowledge, skills and competencies:
I. Know-how and ability to comprehend and express space and interior architectural elements through traditional techniques.
II. Ability on sensing space.
III. Competancey in three dimentional thought.
IV. Know-how and ability to communiate and nerrate in graphic terms.
V. Know-how and ability to document existing buildings and products of interior architectural design. VI. Ability, know-how, and competancy in conducting surveys of interior architectural environments. VII. Ability to conduct physical analysis on existing buildings and spaces.
VIII. Know-how on building measurenet technologies and restoration processes.
IX. Ability to participate in teamwork.
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