|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Architectural Typologic Analysis Techniques *||MIM 346||6||2||2||2|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
This course provides practical information on the conceptual and theoretical analysis techniques, teaches to build the relationship between classification after architectural analysis and architectural design with classified types.
The conceptsof typology and type, the basic concepts and theories, the concept of architectural history and examples of such inquiry, the evaluation of typological analysis techniques, applications in different buildings of the typological analysis techniques, Plans for typological analysis techniques and classification, the classification result of the architectural analysis studies, building architectural relations with classified architectural types, building typological investigation and the relationship between housing typologies, typological investigation building, building typological investigation and sampling of buildings, building typological investigation and sampling of buildings, and studies and inquiries by using various examples, final exam will be applied.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Gains required information in the field of architecture, can use theoretical and practical knowledge together in architectural practice.
Gains required foreign language knowledge about his/her occupancy at B1 level.
Designs using the theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the field of architecture, examines and interprets facts and phenomenons by using scientific methods and techniques.
Develops himself/herself continously by specifying his/ her needs toward his/her interest and talents, scientific, cultural, artistic and social areas as well as occupancy improvement.
Collects data, develops designs, evaluates conclusions, identifies problems and develops solutions in the field of architecture.
Takes responsibility , leads and works effectively as an individual and /or within a team.
Prepares plans and projects individually for any kind of work in the field of architecture, does consulting and peer-reviewing.
Takes responsibility in solving problems individually or as a team member, plans and manages activities concerning the development of subordinates.
Defines the educational needs in the field of architecture, undertakes literature review, reaches knowledge and uses databases.
Develops an attitude in favour of lifelong learning and uses gathered knowledge for public benefit.
Generates public awareness in the field of architecture, acquires skills for sustainable use of design parameters.
Effectively uses written and oral communication skills, follows and organizes seminars and meetings in the field of architecture, prepares projects and follows foreign publications using foreign language skills.
Uses computer software, technologies of informatics and communication needed in the field of architecture.
Applies basic architectural principles in the levels of building, interior design and urban design.
Gains consciousness for identification and preservation of historical settings, prepares documents on historical monuments and sites, knows and uses required techniques for preparation of restoration projects.
Develops sustainable architectural and urban design decisions, protects naturally and culturally significant buildings and sites and generates healthy buildings and environments.
Develops, evaluates and applies an architectural project with a comprehensive plan from the design phase to the phase of application project (structural and environmental systems, safety issues, seperators, etc.).
Understands the role of training, right and liabilities of employer and trainee in career development.
Understands and interprets guidelines of structures under vertical and horizontal forces and development and implementation of contemporary structural systems.
|1||Typology concepts and types||Presentations of case studies|
|2||Basic concepts and theories||Source reading|
|3||Examples of architectural history and examine the concept of type||Source reading|
|4||The evaluation of the typological analysis techniques||preparation of case studies|
|5||Applications of typological analysis techniques in different buildings||Source reading|
|6||Plans for the typological analysis techniques and classification||Source reading|
|7||Classification studies out of architectural analysis/mid-term exam||Source reading|
|8||The establishment of relations between the architectural design architectural likes of Classified||Source reading|
|9||Relationship between the examination of a typological building and housing typologies||Source reading|
|10||Typological building investigation||Source reading|
|11||Typological building investigation and sampling on buildings||Source reading|
|12||Typological building investigation and sampling on buildings||Source reading|
|13||Typological building investigation and sampling on buildings||Source reading|
|14||Examining and inquiries with various examples||Source reading|
|15||F inal exam|
|Recommended or Required Reading|
Orhun, D., Hillier, B., Hanson, J., (1996). Socialising Spatial Types in Traditional Turkish Houses. Environment and Planning Dalton, R.C. ve Bafna, S., (2003). The syntactical image of the city, A reciprocal definition of spatial elements and spatial syntaxes, Fourth Space Syntax Symposium, London.Lawrence, R.J., (1989). Translating anthropological concepts into architectural practice, S.M. Low & E. Chambers (eds.), Housing, culture, and design: A comparative perspective, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 89-114.Low, S.M. ve Chambers, E., (1989). Housing, culture and design: A comparative perspective, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.Rapoport, A., (1977). Human aspects of urban form, Oxford, Pergamon.Schulz, N., (1971). Existence, space and architecture, Studio Vista, London.Stea, D., (1970). Space, territory and human movements, environmental psychology: Man and his physical setting, H. Proshansky, W. Ittelson, & L. Rivlin (eds.), Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc., New York.