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Course Name
Turkish Tasarım Mantığı ve Teorisi
English Logic and Theory of Design
Course Code
MIM 420E Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 - - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Ozan Önder Özener
Course Objectives 1 - Discuss design and architectural design approaches with special emphasis on thresholds of historical perspective,
2 - Introduce computer aided design approaches, models and paradigms,
3 - Discuss architectural design process and its logical, cognitive and visualization operations,
4 - Cross examine designer behaviour in interdisciplinary context, evaluate the designers strategies of thinking, making and tool use,
5 - Assist students to develop understanding on different design media, design processes, and designer profiles.
Course Description Architecture and architectural design: different approaches and models of design, computer aided design models. The structure of design activity: design process, characteristics of design problems and process, problem solving behaviour, heuristic reasoning and creativity, design psychology and cognitive strategies, mental imagery, visualization, knowledge in design. Designers in action: different approaches, strategies in form generation, normative and operative positions to guide design thinking. Design methodology: why methods, history of design methodology and recent developments, logic in design. Design tools.
Course Outcomes 1 - Obtain basic knowledge regarding design methodology and its historical perspective.
2 - Acquire knowledge on computer aided design approaches, models and paradigms and their respective algorithms and theorethical backgrounds.
3 - Obtain knowledge on design process and profiles of different disciplines.
4 - Obtain critical knowledge on discipline specific and interdisciplinary design approaches through discussions on state-of-the-art examples.
5 - Develop skills of critical anaysis on his/her design process and behaviour.
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