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MIM 462 - Contemporary Design within Historical Settings

Course Objectives

The concept of historical urban fabric; Measures relative to the integration of the historic urban fabric with contemporary life styles; Discussion of different architectural approaches relative to the modern buildings built, and to be built, within the historic urban fabric and to contemporary additions made to historic buildings; The concept of urban identity and a consideration of the effects on urban identity of contemporary buildings within the historic urban context; Design guidelines relative to contemporary buildings within the historic urban fabric and a discussion of their interactions; Analysis of guiding principles; Revitalization of the historic districts and a consideration of the contributions of urban transformation projects onto the urban identity; Case studies: Analysis and evaluation of relative examples from Turkey and the rest of the world

Course Description

The concept of historical urban fabric; Measures relative to the integration of the historic urban fabric with contemporary life styles; Discussion of different architectural approaches relative to the modern buildings built, and to be built, within the historic urban fabric and to contemporary additions made to historic buildings; The concept of urban identity and a consideration of the effects on urban identity of contemporary buildings within the historic urban context; Design guidelines relative to contemporary buildings within the historic urban fabric and a discussion of their interactions; Analysis of guiding principles; Revitalization of the historic districts and a consideration of the contributions of urban transformation projects onto the urban identity; Case studies: Analysis and evaluation of relative examples from Turkey and the rest of the world.

Course Coordinator
Ayşe Tütengil
Course Language
Turkish
 
 
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