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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Tasarımda Grafik Programlama
English Graphics Programming in Architectural Design
Course Code
MBL 532 Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Sema Alaçam
Course Objectives 1.Teaching the logic of the translation of architectural design representations into computer environment and manipulation of 2D-3D drawing and geometric modeling during architectural design.
2. Supporting the ability to structure algorithm , develop computer models and computational thinking for solution of an architectural problem using related models and techniques; in particular Translation of conceptual models into graphic models developed for supporting parametric architectural design.
Course Description 2D and 3D graphical models; Graphical descriptive models; Design primitives; Graphical statements and their applications; Compositions of writing and color; Scaling, rotation, reflection and translation procedures on architectural elements; Boolean operations on shapes; Theoretical knowledge on perspective drawings and applications; Applications on graphical representations of architectural forms; Applications for developing parametric architectural design models.
Course Outcomes Graduate students who successfully pass this course gain the following knowledge, skills and proficiencies
1. Developing and intensifying in the architectural design computing area,, based upon the competency in
the undergraduate level;
2. Grasping the inter-disciplinary interaction related to architectural design computing area;
3. Interpreting architectural design computing by integrating its ideas with ideas from other disciplines and creating new types of knowledge.
4. Contributing to the progress in the area by independently carrying out a study which uses a new idea,
method, design and/or application which brings about innovation in the architectural design computing
area; or, applying a conventional idea, method, design and/or application to a different environment;
5. Contributing to the society’s state and progress towards being an information society by announcing and
promoting the technological, scientific and social developments in the architectural design computing area;
6. Using the knowledge and the skills for problem solving and/or application (which are processed within
the architectural design computing area) in inter-disciplinary studies.
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