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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Proje VI
English Architectural Design VI
Course Code
MIM 312E Credit Lecture
Semester 6
5 2 6 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Elmira Ayşe Gür
Course Objectives 1. Development of suitable design strategies in the execution of complex design problems
2. Research and discussion on contemporary architectural discourse, building associations with them in architectural design activities
3. Assessment of urban and environmental parameters as architectural design inputs
4. Building relations between architectural design and different disciplinary expertise
5. Advanced use of sophisticated representational tools and mediums for architectural design.
Course Description Investigation of multi-faceted design problems in various scales and details in discussion with the frameworks of participation, pluralism and social awareness; critical analysis and holistic evaluation of urban context, program, sustainability, energy, economy, advanced building systems and technologies together with contemporary debates, architectural theory and criticism; development of complex, multi-functional programs and building solutions; evaluating diverse disaster scenarios (natural or manmade) as inputs into the design process; advanced use of representational media.
Course Outcomes 1. Skills to pursue design problems with appropriate design strategies,
2. Skills on gathering, scrutinizing and conveying data regarding complex urban tissues,
3. Coordinating architectural design in an inter-disciplinary environment,
4. Mastering contemporary technologies and materials in architectural design,
5. Representation of the information on the designed architectural solution/object via advanced multimedia environments.
Pre-requisite(s) Mimari Proje 5 (MIM 351) min. DD veya
Architectural Design 5 (MIM 351E) min. DD
Required Facilities
Other References 2017, Brownell, B., Transmaterial Next: A Catalog of Materials that Redefine Our Future, Princton Architectural Press, US.
2012, Walker, B., Salt, D., Resilience Practice: Building Capacity to Absorb Disturbance and Maintain Function, Island Press, Washington, US.
2010, Castle, H.., (ed.), The New Structuralism: Design, Engineering and Architectural Technologies, AD-Architectural Design, Wiley and Sons, London, UK.
2004, Kieran, S., Timberlake, J., Refabricating Architecture: How Manifacturing Methodologies are Poised to Transform Building Construction, McGraw Hill Companies, US.
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