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Course Name
Turkish Proje I
English Project I
Course Code
TES 111E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
5 2 6 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Elif Kısar Koramaz
Course Objectives 1. Conceptualizing the relationship between theory and practice in the context of
multi-dimentional approach and unity
2. To make a composition with developed ideas and to introduce theory, methods,
techniques and basic principles of design
3. To Perceive, investigate, interpret, and analyze human-space-object(product)-
environment relationships in the context of nature-culture
4. To express design thinking with 2D and 3D freehand drawing techniques
5. To gain creative problem solving skills
6. To gain the expertise in using the fundamental terminology of profession
Course Description This course is focused on applying various presentation techniques through simple design solutions. Students develop a spatial understanding of urban, landscape, building, interior space and product-related issues. They learn how to assess, interpret and represent those entities by using 2D - 3D drawings and models, including computer techniques, on a given design problem. Students develop an aptitude in explaining ideas through their own visual language. The course enhances the intuition of relevant issues in design such as building construction and structural systems working through simple design problems. The relationship of urban, landscape, building, interior space and product-related materials with their environment is discussed through small-scale design exercises. The course aims to provide students the means to understand, interpret and evaluate natural, historical and cultural environments.
Course Outcomes Students, who passed this course would:
1. Acknowledge (recognize) human-space-object (product) relationships and the
elements that form these relations.
2. Make a composition in different scales and configurations.
3. Develop design alternatives in relation with the natural, cultural and conceptual
context and by taking into consideration the structural, material, construction
parameters related to the design's scale.
4. Develop a critical thinking perspective.
5. Gain team-work skills.
6. Represent their research and design works by verbal, written, visual techniques.
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