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CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
INTRODUCTION to DESIGN IIMIM2124070Fall Semester2+656
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorAssist.Prof. Yazgı AKSOY
Name of Lecturer(s)Assist.Prof. Yazgı AKSOY, Lect. Nur GAYRETLİ
Assistant(s)Res. Asst. Özcan Ernur Aktaş
AimFor the Department of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture: The aim of this course, which is jointly designed for the departments of Architecture, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, is to enable students in the second semester of their education to understand user and environmental data, topography. The aim is to provide students with the ability to read, analyze, think at different scales and make environmentally friendly design according to the design criteria they have. The aim of the Department of Industrial Product Design is to explain design principles and to provide students with design skills and abilities through design applications. For Visual Communication Design Department: Tools and Technologies, Printing / Printing Production and Presentation, Web and Interactivity Expert Methods and Collaborations
Course ContentThis course contains; Getting to know each other, introduction to the program 
"ABOUT PLACE, ABOUT FUNCTION"
Field Trip
,Critique of Analyzes
(1/1000-1/200- Concept Map
-1/100 Land Model and Section),- Concept development seminar (video can be watched together during class time)
- Discussions on specific housing examples (weekend house, country house, chalet, etc.), analysis of the concept and design criteria of a selected project
- Creating a relationship diagram of the user needs diagram (open + closed area).
- Determining and zoning user open usage areas on 1/200 site plan
- Testing weekend house layout alternatives on a 1/100 model
- Ergonmic Vertical Circulation Seminar,- Testing weekend "place" layout alternatives on a 1/100 model

- Developing a 1/100 site plan including walking paths, green areas, parking and weeekend place boundaries,- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Discussions regarding the spatial program and conducting a stain drawing
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place,- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place,INTERMEDIATE JURY
ANALYSIS POSTER
- 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis
DESIGN POSTERS
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections,
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings
- A3 Design Concept Poster(all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.,INTERMEDIATE JURY ANALYSIS POSTER - 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis DESIGN POSTERS - 1:100 Site Plan - 1:100 Land Sections, - 1:100 Models - 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings - A3 Design Concept Poster,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building,FINAL JURY
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections, silhouette
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevation Technical Drawings
- 3D Model
- A3 Design Concept Sheet (all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.,-Making revisions based on critiques on Final Jury and completing the missing drawings, if any.
SEMINAR: How to Make a Poster.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Defines the process of doing research and producing designs.2, 9F
Thinks in two and three dimensions during the design process and masters different scales.6F
Designs in the natural environment, taking into account geography, climate and function elements.12F
Teaching Methods:12: Problem Solving Method, 2: Project Based Learning Model, 6: Experiential Learning, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:F: Project Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Getting to know each other, introduction to the program 
"ABOUT PLACE, ABOUT FUNCTION"
Field Trip
2Critique of Analyzes
(1/1000-1/200- Concept Map
-1/100 Land Model and Section)
3- Concept development seminar (video can be watched together during class time)
- Discussions on specific housing examples (weekend house, country house, chalet, etc.), analysis of the concept and design criteria of a selected project
- Creating a relationship diagram of the user needs diagram (open + closed area).
- Determining and zoning user open usage areas on 1/200 site plan
- Testing weekend house layout alternatives on a 1/100 model
- Ergonmic Vertical Circulation Seminar
4- Testing weekend "place" layout alternatives on a 1/100 model

- Developing a 1/100 site plan including walking paths, green areas, parking and weeekend place boundaries
5- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Discussions regarding the spatial program and conducting a stain drawing
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place
6- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place
7INTERMEDIATE JURY
ANALYSIS POSTER
- 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis
DESIGN POSTERS
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections,
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings
- A3 Design Concept Poster(all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.
8INTERMEDIATE JURY ANALYSIS POSTER - 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis DESIGN POSTERS - 1:100 Site Plan - 1:100 Land Sections, - 1:100 Models - 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings - A3 Design Concept Poster
9- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
10- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
11- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building
12- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building
13FINAL JURY
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections, silhouette
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevation Technical Drawings
- 3D Model
- A3 Design Concept Sheet (all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.
14-Making revisions based on critiques on Final Jury and completing the missing drawings, if any.
SEMINAR: How to Make a Poster
Resources
To be distributed by the lecturer.
Alejandro Bahamon (2008), Sketch: Houses, Loft Publications Bertelsmann Fachverlag (1970), Bauentwurfslehre, Bertelsmann Fachverlag Publishing Charles G. Ramsey, Harold R. Sleeper (2000), Architectural Graphic Standarts, Wiley and Sons Elissa Aalto (1990), Alvar Aalto, Editions d'architecture Artemis Francis D.K. Ching (2004), İç Mekan Tasarımı, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayınları / Mimarlık Dizisi John F. Pile (2002), Interior Design, Prentice Hall College Div Joseph De Chiara (2001), Time Saver Standards for Building Types, McGraw-Hill Kenneth Frampton (2005), Campo Baeza (Light is More), Tf Editions Koos Eissen (1988), Presenting Architectural Designs, Van nostrand Reinhold Maasao Furuyama (2005), Tadao Ando, Taschen Necati İnceoğlu (1995), Düşünme ve Anlatım Aracı Olarak Eskizler, Helikon Yayınları Peter Gössel (1996), Architecture in the Twentieth Century, Taschen Philip Jodidio (1997), Sir Norman Foster, Taschen Rob Krier (2002), Architectural Composition, Rizzoli Robert W. Gill (1984), Manual of Rendering with Pen and Ink, Van Nostrand Reinhold The Modulor (2004), Le Corbusier, Springer Tom Porter, Sue Goodman (1988), Manuel of Grpahic Techniques, Architectural Press Udo Kultermann (2010), Kenzo Tange and the Metabolist Movement, Taylor De Bone, E., 1990 Lateral thinking: Creativity Step-By-Step, HarperCollins Zelanski, P., 1996 Design Principles and Problems, Harcourt College Publishers Lauer, D., Pentak, S. 2008. Design Basics, Boston: Thomson Woodsworth Dabner, D., Stewart, S., Zempol, E. (2014). Graphic Design School: The Principles and Practice of Graphic Design. John Wiley & Sons: New Jersey

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
DESIGN (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): During planning, implementation, management and supervision processes; Knowledge of creative problem defining and solving
X
2
DESIGN (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Design-oriented research fiction, execution and evaluation of results and design process planning, management, application skills
X
3
DESIGN (Competencies-Ability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): Ability to work within a team, to emphasize interdisciplinary interaction and apply technology-based business association methods
4
DESIGN (Competencies-Learning Competence): To evaluate critically the knowledge and skills gained in the field, to plan and to develop constantly professional knowledge, skills and approaches
5
DESIGN (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Transferring design solutions as oral, written and visual (2D and 3D) presentations on national and international platforms
X
6
DESIGN (Competencies-Field Specific Competence): Contributing to the design of industrial products to improve the quality of life of the society.
7
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): To make connections between the information obtained by the analytical approach and the information on historical and cultural development and current situation in Turkey and in the world, and to expand the boundaries of vocational education proficiency to develop new ideas
X
8
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Ability to solve the design related problems encountered in concept development, by using the knowledge gained in the field of history, culture and art
X
9
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competencies - Independent Work and Ability to Take Responsibility): To be able to do interdisciplinary work by using the knowledge gained in the field of history, culture and art
10
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competences-Learning Competence): Ability to develop the knowledge gained in the field in the direction needed, using the research methods
11
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Awareness of social and cultural phenomena and continuous change and arranging plans, strategies, projects, collaborations and activities for the social environment with social responsibility consciousness.
12
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): To gain knowledge concerning technology, material, product and production methods - that is to be used in the solution of the problem related to the field.
X
13
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Knowing materials, technology and production methods and developing designs compatible with these methods, proposing new technologies and production methods, developing creative design solutions by interpreting and using technology.
X
14
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies - Independent Work and Ability to Take Responsibility): To be able to work together with stakeholders working on different areas and needs in construction and production technologies
15
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Learning Competence): Understand the compatibility and flexibility between the technological tools that meet the requirements according to the needs
16
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Ability to use appropriate communication techniques and technologies
17
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Field Specific Competencies): Producing and applying knowledge to serve sustainable production and life
18
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Filed specific competencies): To be able to develop creative design solutions by mastering technological development, interpreting the developments and pioneering such developments.
19
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): -Ethics ​​related to the field, -project management issues, -legal rights and responsibilities, -To gain knowledge about legal responsibilities and regulations affecting design works
X
20
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Ability to recognize and apply the techniques used and legal responsibilities in planning, design, construction and operation phases of project management.
21
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competences - Capability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): To adapt to the different working environments and forms required by the profession and to contribute to the development of these environments
22
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Capabilities-Learning Capability): Monitoring and learning the legal, administrative and procedural requirements of design and construction projects throughout professional life, developing new strategic approaches in solving complex problems, taking responsibility
23
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Being able to lead the process -deploying the necessary communication skills and tools- during planning, designing, construction and operation stages, and demonstrating leadership in providing the solution in the work environment.
24
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competencies-Field Specific Competence): To be able to transfer knowledge to the level of expertise, to use theoretical and practical knowledge on the field of Professional Practice, Project Management and Legal responsibilities, knowledge of interdisciplinary interaction
25
ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE AND HUMAN HEALTH (Knowledge-Theoretic, Factual): Methods and techniques that will be used in the solution of the problems related to the field – to gain knowledge to apply the techniques in the context of environmental health, -building health, -human health
X
26
ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Understanding the relationships between environment, structure and human health and creating solutions to related design problems.
X
27
ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Competences - Capability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): Taking competence and responsibility in the fields of urban / space / product planning, design, implementation and supervision of environment, strcuture and human health
28
ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Capabilities-Learning Capability): Competence in researching theoretical and applied information systems on environment, structure and human health
29
ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Be able to communicate with all areas of expertise in environment, structure and human health

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 50
Rate of Final Exam to Success 50
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours148112
Guided Problem Solving14228
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report2612
Term Project11010
Presentation of Project / Seminar122
Quiz000
Midterm Exam188
General Exam12222
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)194
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(194/30)6
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
INTRODUCTION to DESIGN IIMIM2124070Fall Semester2+656
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseTurkish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypeRequired
Course CoordinatorAssist.Prof. Yazgı AKSOY
Name of Lecturer(s)Assist.Prof. Yazgı AKSOY, Lect. Nur GAYRETLİ
Assistant(s)Res. Asst. Özcan Ernur Aktaş
AimFor the Department of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture: The aim of this course, which is jointly designed for the departments of Architecture, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, is to enable students in the second semester of their education to understand user and environmental data, topography. The aim is to provide students with the ability to read, analyze, think at different scales and make environmentally friendly design according to the design criteria they have. The aim of the Department of Industrial Product Design is to explain design principles and to provide students with design skills and abilities through design applications. For Visual Communication Design Department: Tools and Technologies, Printing / Printing Production and Presentation, Web and Interactivity Expert Methods and Collaborations
Course ContentThis course contains; Getting to know each other, introduction to the program 
"ABOUT PLACE, ABOUT FUNCTION"
Field Trip
,Critique of Analyzes
(1/1000-1/200- Concept Map
-1/100 Land Model and Section),- Concept development seminar (video can be watched together during class time)
- Discussions on specific housing examples (weekend house, country house, chalet, etc.), analysis of the concept and design criteria of a selected project
- Creating a relationship diagram of the user needs diagram (open + closed area).
- Determining and zoning user open usage areas on 1/200 site plan
- Testing weekend house layout alternatives on a 1/100 model
- Ergonmic Vertical Circulation Seminar,- Testing weekend "place" layout alternatives on a 1/100 model

- Developing a 1/100 site plan including walking paths, green areas, parking and weeekend place boundaries,- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Discussions regarding the spatial program and conducting a stain drawing
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place,- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place,INTERMEDIATE JURY
ANALYSIS POSTER
- 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis
DESIGN POSTERS
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections,
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings
- A3 Design Concept Poster(all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.,INTERMEDIATE JURY ANALYSIS POSTER - 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis DESIGN POSTERS - 1:100 Site Plan - 1:100 Land Sections, - 1:100 Models - 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings - A3 Design Concept Poster,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building,- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building,FINAL JURY
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections, silhouette
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevation Technical Drawings
- 3D Model
- A3 Design Concept Sheet (all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.,-Making revisions based on critiques on Final Jury and completing the missing drawings, if any.
SEMINAR: How to Make a Poster.
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Defines the process of doing research and producing designs.2, 9F
Thinks in two and three dimensions during the design process and masters different scales.6F
Designs in the natural environment, taking into account geography, climate and function elements.12F
Teaching Methods:12: Problem Solving Method, 2: Project Based Learning Model, 6: Experiential Learning, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:F: Project Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Getting to know each other, introduction to the program 
"ABOUT PLACE, ABOUT FUNCTION"
Field Trip
2Critique of Analyzes
(1/1000-1/200- Concept Map
-1/100 Land Model and Section)
3- Concept development seminar (video can be watched together during class time)
- Discussions on specific housing examples (weekend house, country house, chalet, etc.), analysis of the concept and design criteria of a selected project
- Creating a relationship diagram of the user needs diagram (open + closed area).
- Determining and zoning user open usage areas on 1/200 site plan
- Testing weekend house layout alternatives on a 1/100 model
- Ergonmic Vertical Circulation Seminar
4- Testing weekend "place" layout alternatives on a 1/100 model

- Developing a 1/100 site plan including walking paths, green areas, parking and weeekend place boundaries
5- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Discussions regarding the spatial program and conducting a stain drawing
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place
6- Taking critiques on the site plan
- Taking 1/100 plan and section, elevation critiques of the weekend place
7INTERMEDIATE JURY
ANALYSIS POSTER
- 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis
DESIGN POSTERS
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections,
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings
- A3 Design Concept Poster(all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.
8INTERMEDIATE JURY ANALYSIS POSTER - 1:1000,1/200 Analyzes, Synthesis DESIGN POSTERS - 1:100 Site Plan - 1:100 Land Sections, - 1:100 Models - 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevations Technical Drawings - A3 Design Concept Poster
9- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
10- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
11- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building
12- Developing the weekend place design holistically together with the site plan,
- Criticizing 1/100 model, plan and section views of the shelter
-Making a sketch-up model of the building
13FINAL JURY
- 1:100 Site Plan
- 1:100 Land Sections, silhouette
- 1:100 Models
- 1:100 Plan, Section, Elevation Technical Drawings
- 3D Model
- A3 Design Concept Sheet (all kinds of two- and three-dimensional diagrams, texts, sketches, collages, photographs, video/film, etc. narrative techniques explaining the design strategies and conceptual approach can be used).
* Detailed explanations are stated in the leaflet.
14-Making revisions based on critiques on Final Jury and completing the missing drawings, if any.
SEMINAR: How to Make a Poster
Resources
To be distributed by the lecturer.
Alejandro Bahamon (2008), Sketch: Houses, Loft Publications Bertelsmann Fachverlag (1970), Bauentwurfslehre, Bertelsmann Fachverlag Publishing Charles G. Ramsey, Harold R. Sleeper (2000), Architectural Graphic Standarts, Wiley and Sons Elissa Aalto (1990), Alvar Aalto, Editions d'architecture Artemis Francis D.K. Ching (2004), İç Mekan Tasarımı, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayınları / Mimarlık Dizisi John F. Pile (2002), Interior Design, Prentice Hall College Div Joseph De Chiara (2001), Time Saver Standards for Building Types, McGraw-Hill Kenneth Frampton (2005), Campo Baeza (Light is More), Tf Editions Koos Eissen (1988), Presenting Architectural Designs, Van nostrand Reinhold Maasao Furuyama (2005), Tadao Ando, Taschen Necati İnceoğlu (1995), Düşünme ve Anlatım Aracı Olarak Eskizler, Helikon Yayınları Peter Gössel (1996), Architecture in the Twentieth Century, Taschen Philip Jodidio (1997), Sir Norman Foster, Taschen Rob Krier (2002), Architectural Composition, Rizzoli Robert W. Gill (1984), Manual of Rendering with Pen and Ink, Van Nostrand Reinhold The Modulor (2004), Le Corbusier, Springer Tom Porter, Sue Goodman (1988), Manuel of Grpahic Techniques, Architectural Press Udo Kultermann (2010), Kenzo Tange and the Metabolist Movement, Taylor De Bone, E., 1990 Lateral thinking: Creativity Step-By-Step, HarperCollins Zelanski, P., 1996 Design Principles and Problems, Harcourt College Publishers Lauer, D., Pentak, S. 2008. Design Basics, Boston: Thomson Woodsworth Dabner, D., Stewart, S., Zempol, E. (2014). Graphic Design School: The Principles and Practice of Graphic Design. John Wiley & Sons: New Jersey

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
DESIGN (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): During planning, implementation, management and supervision processes; Knowledge of creative problem defining and solving
X
2
DESIGN (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Design-oriented research fiction, execution and evaluation of results and design process planning, management, application skills
X
3
DESIGN (Competencies-Ability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): Ability to work within a team, to emphasize interdisciplinary interaction and apply technology-based business association methods
4
DESIGN (Competencies-Learning Competence): To evaluate critically the knowledge and skills gained in the field, to plan and to develop constantly professional knowledge, skills and approaches
5
DESIGN (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Transferring design solutions as oral, written and visual (2D and 3D) presentations on national and international platforms
X
6
DESIGN (Competencies-Field Specific Competence): Contributing to the design of industrial products to improve the quality of life of the society.
7
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): To make connections between the information obtained by the analytical approach and the information on historical and cultural development and current situation in Turkey and in the world, and to expand the boundaries of vocational education proficiency to develop new ideas
X
8
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Ability to solve the design related problems encountered in concept development, by using the knowledge gained in the field of history, culture and art
X
9
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competencies - Independent Work and Ability to Take Responsibility): To be able to do interdisciplinary work by using the knowledge gained in the field of history, culture and art
10
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competences-Learning Competence): Ability to develop the knowledge gained in the field in the direction needed, using the research methods
11
HISTORY, CULTURE, ART (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Awareness of social and cultural phenomena and continuous change and arranging plans, strategies, projects, collaborations and activities for the social environment with social responsibility consciousness.
12
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): To gain knowledge concerning technology, material, product and production methods - that is to be used in the solution of the problem related to the field.
X
13
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Knowing materials, technology and production methods and developing designs compatible with these methods, proposing new technologies and production methods, developing creative design solutions by interpreting and using technology.
X
14
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies - Independent Work and Ability to Take Responsibility): To be able to work together with stakeholders working on different areas and needs in construction and production technologies
15
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Learning Competence): Understand the compatibility and flexibility between the technological tools that meet the requirements according to the needs
16
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Ability to use appropriate communication techniques and technologies
17
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Field Specific Competencies): Producing and applying knowledge to serve sustainable production and life
18
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY (Competencies-Filed specific competencies): To be able to develop creative design solutions by mastering technological development, interpreting the developments and pioneering such developments.
19
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Knowledge-Theoretical, Factual): -Ethics ​​related to the field, -project management issues, -legal rights and responsibilities, -To gain knowledge about legal responsibilities and regulations affecting design works
X
20
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Ability to recognize and apply the techniques used and legal responsibilities in planning, design, construction and operation phases of project management.
21
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competences - Capability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): To adapt to the different working environments and forms required by the profession and to contribute to the development of these environments
22
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Capabilities-Learning Capability): Monitoring and learning the legal, administrative and procedural requirements of design and construction projects throughout professional life, developing new strategic approaches in solving complex problems, taking responsibility
23
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Being able to lead the process -deploying the necessary communication skills and tools- during planning, designing, construction and operation stages, and demonstrating leadership in providing the solution in the work environment.
24
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Competencies-Field Specific Competence): To be able to transfer knowledge to the level of expertise, to use theoretical and practical knowledge on the field of Professional Practice, Project Management and Legal responsibilities, knowledge of interdisciplinary interaction
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ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE AND HUMAN HEALTH (Knowledge-Theoretic, Factual): Methods and techniques that will be used in the solution of the problems related to the field – to gain knowledge to apply the techniques in the context of environmental health, -building health, -human health
X
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ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Skill-Cognitive, Applied): Understanding the relationships between environment, structure and human health and creating solutions to related design problems.
X
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ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Competences - Capability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility): Taking competence and responsibility in the fields of urban / space / product planning, design, implementation and supervision of environment, strcuture and human health
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ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Capabilities-Learning Capability): Competence in researching theoretical and applied information systems on environment, structure and human health
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ENVIRONMENT, STRUCTURE, HUMAN HEALTH (Competencies-Communication and Social Competence): Be able to communicate with all areas of expertise in environment, structure and human health

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 50
Rate of Final Exam to Success 50
Total 100

Numerical Data

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