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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Proje IV
English Architectural Design IV
Course Code
MIM 212 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 4
5 2 6 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Hakan Tong
Course Objectives Ability to approach a design problem in a multidimensional manner, developing skills to personalize a design problem
Discussing the integration between the systems (social, cultural, structural etc.) in a design process
Doing research on the development of design decisions in relation with context, program, spatial-formal-tectonic constructs
Emphasizing the studio culture as an experimenting-doing-learning environment and stimulating students to enter contemporary architectural debates with critical, innovative and creative productions Cultivating the use of peculiar representation tools in the production, development and sharing of architectural thoughts
Course Description Development of critical, experimental, sustainable design thinking; approaching contemporary architectural and urban design problems regarding the issues of accessibility and sustainability; development and interpretation of program for non-complex buildings or building groups; enriching architectural thinking by integrating programmatic, contextual, formal and tectonic qualities; addressing structural, material and technological issues within the design process; investigation on the representation tools peculiar to a project.
Course Outcomes 1. Architectural design skills?
2. Critical thinking, research and discussion skills
3. Site/Place conditions
4. Integration of building systems (structural systems, building envelops, etc.)? 5. Accessible and sustainable design
6. Presentation and graphic skills
Pre-requisite(s) Mimari Proje III (MIM 211) / Architectural Design III (MIM 211E)
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