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Course Name
Turkish Interior Arch.Desgn Studio IV
English Interior Arch.Desgn Studio IV
Course Code
ICM 449E Credit Lecture
Semester 7
5 2 6 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Emine Görgül
Course Objectives Course aims;
1. To develop concepts on interior design.
2. To produce and develop solutions to the given problems of interior space design by considering logical and intuitive queries.
3. To investigate the issues of image and identity in interior architectural environments as design input.
To design interior spaces of buildings qualified as historical and cultural heritage through adaptive re-use.
Course Description Decisions concerning planning and programming which constitute data for interior architectural design; investigation of the relationships between terms such as function, form and technology through interior architectural design in different scales; analysis and evaluation of needs; holistic administration of the elements constituting the experience of interior space; conceptual research on interior architectural design, its formal expression and implementation; adaptive re-use of buildings qualified as historical and cultural heritage in accordance with contemporary needs, and the design of their interior spaces.
Course Outcomes Students who successfully pass this course gain the following knowledge, skills and competencies;
I. Ability to conceptualize, research, and use precedents in the design process.
II. Ability to reason and articulate critically.
III. Know-how and ability on formal composition.
IV. Know-how and ability on graphical representation and modeling.
V. Ability to conduct interdisciplinary design.
VI. Know-how and ability to produce appropriate alternatives on the solution concerning the design problem, establish identities and styles, compose scenarios, cultivate concepts, associate corporate and brand identity with spatial design, and plan space.
VII. Ability to draw information concerning needs in the context of human-interior space interaction, and transmit the to the design process.
VIII. Ability to identify with and reflect on the building system in the various phases of design processes.
Ability and competency to acquire knowledge concerning furniture, fixtures, equipment, materials, finishing, and colour and light in buildings that are qualified as historical and cultural heritage; and transfer these to design.
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