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Course Name
Turkish Proje III: Yöre Plan.&Tas.
English Proje III: Site Plan.& Des.
Course Code
SBP 207 Credit Lecture
Semester 3
5 2 6 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Funda Yirmibeşoğlu
Course Objectives This 14-week studio is organized to enhance planning students' ability to examine natural, built and socio-economic environments and reflect their site- related knowledge to the urban structure they design from a holistic and sustainable perspective. Minilectures and drawing exercises throughout three modules will guide the students on data collection, analysis and synthesis, developing concept alternatives, and generating a site plan and a neighborhood unit.
Course Description Project III is designed to plan a site with a neighborhood unit while promoting sustainability under the main studio theme, housing. Within this scope, the contents of the studio are as follows:

• Analysis of natural environment, built environment, and socio-economic structure in the context of site planning;
• Assessment of natural environment, built environment, and socio-economic structure in the context of site planning;
• Decision-making techniques in site planning;
• Generating concept alternatives for a site plan;
• Developing a select concept alternative into a site plan;
• Generating a neighborhood design that corresponds to the site plan; and
• Written, oral, and graphic expression techniques
Course Outcomes
Required Facilities
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