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TES 211E - Project III

Course Objectives

The course develops the students design practice through research, analysis, conceptualization, interpretation, planning, systematization, composition, experimentation, construction and production.

Course Description

Design is relayed through relationships among human-nature-culture within the scope of the environment. The course subjects include concepts and theories of contemporary art and design and planning and design within the scope of philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, law and sociology; presentation techniques in design and planning; the 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 and universal design; participatory design and planning; identity of product/space; relationships among materials, building and construction, ergonomy and antrophometry. Students conduct experimental studies related to motion, texture, color and light. Students develop the ability to perceive, evaluate and express their designs through the concepts of structure, meaning, function and identity.

Course Coordinator
Melih Bozkurt
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