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MIM 204E - Arch.Building Element Design

Course Objectives

Design and integration of building elements. Design of building element systems within the frame work of constructional design requirements. Integration of building element systems in line with the holistic approach (roof/exterior wall, exterior wall/window-door, exterior wall/floor, floor/stair, exterior wall/partion, floor/partion etc.).

Course Description

Analysis, design and integration of building elements. External wall systems (walls in contact with atmosphere and ground), window and door systems, floor systems (ground, intermediate and exposed-soffit floors, suspended ceilings, raised floors), vertical circulation systems (ramps and stairs), roof systems (flat and sloping roofs), partition systems (fixed and moveable partitions). Design of building envelope systems, intermediate floor systems, stairs and partition systems within the framework of constructional design requirements, criteria and resources. Integration of building materials and assemblies in building element design. Integration of building element systems with each other and the structural system in line with the holistic approach. Making technically clear drawings and preparing models illustrating and identifying the assembly of materials, systems, and components appropriate for a building element design.
Application-studio work: Analysis, design and integration of each building element and their intersections according to pre-defined criteria and constraints.

Course Coordinator
Fatih Yazıcıoğlu
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