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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Proje V
English Architectural Design 5
Course Code
MIM 351 Credit Lecture
Semester -
5 2 6 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Tan Kamil Gürer
Course Objectives Developing appropriate designerly strategies and adopting/selecting relevant design tools to tackle the complex design situation defined is the primary objective of the course. Achieving an introduction to the advanced design solutions within a dynamic urban setting and representing its related conceptual/physical/spatial attributes as multi-modal outcomes defines the other objectives of the course.
Course Description Development of personalized processes of data collection, analysis and building programming which reflect the nature and interests of designers; discussions and definition on design aspects including topos, program, space, identity, representation in reference to the particular design situation; development of ability of applying the knowledge about structures, construction and detailing through the design process; control of the ability of developing complicated programs for complex urban tissues and integrating relevant design solutions.
Course Outcomes I The achievement of advanced design notions/
II Data collection, research and representation in complex urban situations/
III Development of relevant architectural solutions to a situation defined in an inter- disciplinary section through implementation of appropriate design strategies /
IV Coordination of advanced architectural design processes/
V-Research on advanced technology and material potentials in architectural design/
VI Representing the developed design solution/object information as multi-media outcomes.
Pre-requisite(s) MIM212 or MIM212E
Required Facilities
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