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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Tasarım Kuramları
English Architectural Design Theory
Course Code
MIM 252 Credit Lecture
Semester 6
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Emine Görgül
Course Objectives 1. By enhancing their awareness in architecture and all related fields, the course enables learners to use their knowledge creatively in their own area of profession
2. Support learners to develop their skills for locating themselves, define targets and determine routes within the space enclosing architecture.
3. Help learners to relate the knowledge of their own areas with other areas and then provide evaluation of these findings in a holistic way
Providing background for creative applications in their own area of expertise
Course Description Examination of all the dimensions of architecture, through essential “concepts”, “questions”, “problems”, “texts”, “works”, “individuals” in unity, The interdisciplinary nature of architecture, the relations of architecture with “nature – culture”, “art – science”. All these studies will be realized considering the inseparable relation of theory & practice.
Course Outcomes Students will be able to
1. Use knowledge and skills of art and philosophy in their own area of profession
2. Learn the necessity of handling the practical and theoretical dimensions of Architecture in unity,
3. Recall and identify the ground breaking personalities and their work within architecture and related fields.
4. Learn to integrate their professional knowledge and skills with practical ability,
Share, exchange, discuss their production and thoughts efficiently,
Required Facilities
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Colquhoun, A. 1998. Essays in Architectural Criticism.1981. J.Rajchman, Constructions (Writing Architecture).
Graham, j., 2015. 2000+: The Urgencies of Architectural Theory, Columbia University Press.
Hauptmann, D., (ed.) 2006. The Body in Architecture, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam.
Hays, K. M., 2000. Architecture Theory Since 1968, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Hays, K. M., Sykes C., 2010. Constructing a New Agenda: Architectural Theory 1993-2009, Princeton Architectural Press.
Kwinter, S., 2001. Architectures of Time: Towards a Theory of Event in Modernist Culture, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Lefebvre, H. 1991. The Production of Space, translated by D.Nichsolson-Smith, Oxford: Blackwell (©1974).
Nesbitt, K. 1997. Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture: An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965 – 1995 Princeton Architecture Press.
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