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Course Name
Turkish Türk Mimarlık Tarihi
English Hstry of Turkish Architecture
Course Code
MIM 221E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 3
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Fatma İlknur Kolay
Course Objectives 1) Development of the Turkish architecture
2) Aesthtic and proportion concepts in Turkish architecture
3) Understanding the influence of the local traditions and historical heritage
Course Description Pre-Islamic Turkish architecture in Asia, Uighur, Karakhanid, Ghaznevid, Seljuk architecture and the origins of the Anatolian Turkish architecture; space, mass, façade and structure design characteristics and form language of the early Anatolian emirates, Anatolian Seljuks, 14th c. emirates and Ottoman architecture until the end of the 17th c. with various examples of building types, such as mosques, madrasas, hospitals, tombs, caravanserails, palaces and building complexes.
Course Outcomes 1) Research skills
2) Critical thinking skills
3) Cultural diversity
4) Eastern architecture
5) National and regional architecture
6) Understanding the past and the present of architecture
7) Conservation of historical sites
8) Structural systems
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