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Course Name
Turkish Mimari ve Etkileri
English Architecture and Its Effects
Course Code
MIM 466E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Sevgi Türkkan
Course Objectives 1. To understand architectural production in tandem other disciplines and spatial, socio-cultural, environmental fields of knowledge
2. To evaluate use and spatial experience as a continuum of architectural design process
3. To read, document and discuss architectural examples via literary research, on-site observations, interviews, mapping, visual, auditory and tactile documentation etc.
4. Developing architectural criticism, and complimentary textual and visual material for it.
Course Description Architecture as building, representation or discourse, can be considered as a stimulator of spatial, social, economic, ideological, aesthetic, etc. influences. This course aims to reconsider architecture not as an isolated discipline, but as praxis that dwells inside and triggers dynamic, complex and contingent relationships. Via lectures, seminars, on-site investigations, research and documentation, the course investigates, represents and discusses contemporary, local and global architectural production in relation to their experiential, socio-cultural, material, environmental etc. effects.
Course Outcomes Students who complete the course will able to;
1. Gain knowledge about historical and contemporary approaches, theories and changing paradigms regarding the effects of architectural discipline on/in various subject fields.
2. Understand and interpret the weekly content, readings, examples, references presented in the course via authentic visual and verbal representations.
3. Understand, interpret and discuss architectural production, discourse and built environment through theory.
4. Develop research skills methods and positions to investigate architectural examples, use of visual, auditory, tactile documentation and representation techniques.
5. Develop graphic and verbal representation of the produced knowledge, preparing it for presentation in printed, written, oral and visual forms.
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