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Course Name
Turkish Mimarlık Tarihi I
English History of Architecture
Course Code
ICM 122 Credit Lecture
Semester 2
2 2 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Deniz Çalışır Pençe
Course Objectives The aims of the course;
To provide an important introduction on how various cultures, religions, socio-economic structures and regional factors affected the form of building and symbolic meaning of architecture
To discuss the language of architectural form and space and design,
To introduce the integration of architecture, interior and furniture design,
To compare the system of material, building structure, construction systems and technology of the different civilizations studied.
Course Description A survey of styles, their relations, influences, and continuity in western cultures starting from the prehistoric times to 19th century; examples of religious, representative and public buildings within the context of their social and cultural framework; painting, sculpture and minor arts, their relationship with architecture; construction and plan types, interior design and decoration.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to:
I.Demonstrate an understanding how local, social characteristics and beliefs effected form and function of architecture from prehistory to 19th century.
II.Comprehend the language of architectural form, space and design.
III.Demonstrate an understanding in chronological evolution of architectural characteristics: building materials, construction and technologies.
IV.Evaluate aesthetic and symbolic determinants of architecture.
V.Comprehend all-pervasive integration of architecture and interior design.
VI.Compare the historical styles through the ages.
VII.Recognize principal and iconic buildings in history of architecture.
Pre-requisite(s) Non
Required Facilities
Other Students will be expected to do homework and to perform an oral presentation to have better understanding.
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