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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Proje V
English Architectural Design V
Course Code
MIM 351 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 5
5 2 6 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Mehmet Emin Şalgamcıoğlu
Course Objectives 1. Approaching and discussing design problems in relation to environmental, social and urban aspects, increasing awareness for responsibility and collective work through individual and group works.
2. Ability to develop programs based on socio-cultural scenarios, awareness on possible design discussions on alternative concept designs
3. Learning design tool skills to support thinking, researching and designing on issues of function, spatial organization, structure etc.
4. Investigating recent technologies in form finding and representing the formal, structural and tectonic qualities in accurate and meaningful scales and details.
5. Learning to sufficiently use representational tools, digital programs and technological information required in order to express the process and the outcome of the architectural design.
Course Description Exploration of multi-dimensional design problems and spatial configurations in urban context; discussion of societal and cultural aspects of architecture through its relationship with place, context, program, space, identity, representation; approaching architecture in relation to advanced design and construction technologies, application of digital methods and tools in design processes; advancing representational skills in multi-faceted media environments.
Course Outcomes 1. Advanced skills on architectural design and critical thinking, 2. Competency in individual work and group coordination in design, 3. Executing research on the place, urban context, program, 4. Investigating and decision making in suitable alternative energy systems and building technologies for the project, 5. Ability to read and understand design decisions by examining precedents, 6. Development and personalization of presentation and graphic skills.
Pre-requisite(s) MIM 212 DD veya MIM 212E DD
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook
Other References Jacobs, J., The Death and Life of Great American Cities, Vintage, 1992
Tschumi, B., Notations: Diagrams and Sequences, Artifice Books on Architecture, 2014.
Plowright , P., Revealing Architectural Design: Methods, Frameworks and Tools, Routledge, 2014.
Illies, C., Ray, N., Philosophy of Architecture, Cambridge Architectural Press, 2014.

Ballantyne, A., (ed.), Architecture Theory: A Reader in Philosophy and Culture, Continuum, London. 2005.

Hays, M., (ed.). Architecture Theory since 1968, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2000.
Tschumi, B., Architecture And Disjunction Cambridge, Massachusetts: Mit Press, 1994
 
 
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