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Course Name
Turkish Tasarım Kültürü
English Design Culture
Course Code
ICM 333E Credit Lecture
Semester 7
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Emine Görgül
Course Objectives 1. Explaining the design problems through interdisciplinary flow of information,
2. Developing intellectual approach and critical perspective through interacting with material culture and
its reflection on interior space design.
3. Examining the translational capacities as well continuities and dis-continuities of artifact and spaces in
different cultures and milieus, through simultaneous and sequential perspectives.
4. Developing a general knowledge and intellectual capacity on thinking about design culture
Course Description Changing cultural values and social structures that define new life-styles influence on both design process and design product; design culture that reflects the spirit of various eras, influences the formation and the development of the design culture; dismantling the continuities and discontinuities in design knowledge and design outputs that are emerging either in similar or consequent socio-political eras; translation capacities of design artifacts (objects and spaces) in various cultural and geographical milieus; the notion of representation and its socio-cultural impacts; revealing designer, arts, art schools, exhibitions as the critical points of breaks; reflections of contemporary paradigms in design culture
Course Outcomes Students who successfully pass this course gain the following knowledge, skills and competencies;
I. Knowledge and ability to comprehend and criticize the design process
II. Knowledge and ability to recognize various definitions of design, designers and design culture
III. Knowledge and ability to immensely comprehend historical styles.
IV. Knowledge on various designers, art and art schools, as well as exhibitions that emerged as turning points in various eras.
V. Ability to analyze architecture and interior designs,
VI. Ability tand competencies to comprehend diverse dimensions of notion of design.
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