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Course Name
Turkish Proje II
English Project II
Course Code
TES 121E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 2
5 2 6 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Ayşe Meltem Baslo
Course Objectives 1. Increasing creative thinking and problem solving ability,
2. Perception, investigation, interpretation and analysis of the relationships among human, space, object-product, environment in terms of nature, culture and technology.
3. Presentation of systematical, intuitive and experimental design approaches by cases
4. Development of basic concepts and theory.
5. Development and increase of abilities and knowledge related to techniques and methods.
6. Establishing the relationships among form, function and space relationships in planning and design process
Course Description Design, planning, analysis, research, conceptualization, interpretation, systematization, composition, construction, manufacturing, experiment; Relationships among human-natureculture within the scope of environment; Concepts and theories of contemporary art and design; Planning and design within the scope of philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, law and sociology; Presentation in design and planning; Experience of urban space within the scope of social and urban related dynamics; spatial experience; user experience within the scope of form and function, Scale, Sustainability, universal design, Participatory design and planning, Identity of product/space, Relationships among materials, building and construction, Ergonomy and antrophometry, Experimental studies related to motion, texture, color, light issues
Course Outcomes 1. Acquire the experience of planning, design and composition in various scales and scopes.
2. Develop critical thinking ability.
3. Use basic research, analysis and synthesis techniques for the solution of a planning/design problem.
4. Establish the connections of plan and design with natural and cultural scope.
5. Develop materials, building and construction systems with design in integrated way.
6. Establish the relationship among design, presentation, and production/construction.
Pre-requisite(s) TES 111E
Required Facilities Computer and design software such as SketchUp, Rhino, AutoCad, Maya is used in order to introduce related software and make practice for their application.
Other Development of architectural experience and knowledge through fıeld trips in Istanbul and other cities.
Textbook Mohsen Mostafavi, David Leatherbarrow, Zaman İçinde Mimari: Binaların Yaşamı ve Yaşlanması Üzerine, Ötüken, 2005
Other References 1. Mohsen Mostafavi, David Leatherbarrow, Weathering: The Life of Buildings in Time, MIT Press, 1993
2. Peter Zumtor, Thinking Architecture, Birkhäuser, 2006
3. Hal Foster, Design and Crime, Verso, 2003
4. Şevki Vanlı, 20. Yüzyıl Türk Mimarlığı, 2006
5. H. Leslie Simmons, Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, John Wiley, 2001
6. Çetiner, A., Şehir Planlamasında Çalışma Yöntemleri ve İfade Teknikleri, İ.T.Ü.,Mimarlık (Textbook) Fakültesi, Taşkışla, 1979.
7. Hunt, V., Environmental Graphics : Projects & Process, New York, NY :2003
8. Watson,D., Plattus, A., Shibley, R., Time Saver Standarts For Urban Design, Mc Graw Hill Company, 2001
9. Davis, D.A., Walker, T.D., Plan Graphics, NY, Wiley, New York, 2000 Nasar, J. The Evalutive Image of The City, Copyright, by Sage Puplications, Inc, London, 1998
10. Giritlioğlu, C., Şehirsel Mekan Öğeleri ve Tasarımı, İTÜ Mimarlık Fakültesi Yayını, 1998 Goldman, G., Architectural Graphics, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1997
11. Joseph C., Lee E.K., Time-Saver Standards for Site Planning, New York: Mc Graw Hill, 1984.
12. Chiara J.D., Panero, J., Zelnik, M., Time-Saver Standards for Housing and Residential Development, Mcgraw Hill, 1984 Styles, K., Working Drawings Handbook, London : Architectural Press, 1982
 
 
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