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IMPORTANT: Attending the lectures is not only MUST, but also critical for your performance in this studio.
Course Outline:

Week Date Activity
1
17 Feb, Mon
Introduction: Syllabus
Lecture ‘Learning Environments’
Reading Assignment for next class
20 Feb, Thu Discussion on Reading Assignment
22-23 Feb, Sat & Sun S I T E T R I P (Adatepe Village, Edremit)
2
24 Feb, Mon
Site Trip Evaluation Meeting & Lectures:
Lecture I ‘Batı Anadolu Geleneksel Mim.’
Lecture II ‘Designing on Sloped Terrain’
27 Feb, Thu PANEL J URY: Understanding the Site
3
3 Mar, Mon
Lecture I ‘Sructural Systems: Masonry’
Lecture II ‘Sructural Systems: Adobe’
Desk Reviews
6 Mar, Thu Desk Reviews
4
10 Mar, Mon
Lecture II ‘Sructural Systems: Concrete’
Desk Reviews
13 Mar, Thu Desk Reviews
5
17 Mar, Mon Desk Reviews
20 Mar, Thu Desk Reviews
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24 Mar, Mon
1
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M I D J U R Y
27 Mar, Thu
7
31 Mar, Mon Desk Reviews
3 Apr, Thu Desk Reviews
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7 Apr, Mon Desk Reviews
10 Apr, Thu Desk Reviews
9
14 Apr, Mon Lecture + Workshop ‘Model Making’
17 Apr, Thu Desk Reviews
10
21 Apr, Mon Desk Reviews
24 Apr, Thu Desk Reviews
11
28 Apr, Mon Desk Reviews
1 May, Thu ------////////////------H o l i d a y------\\\\\\\\\\\\--------
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5 May, Mon
2
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M I D J U R Y
8 May, Thu
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12 May, Mon Desk Reviews
15 May, Thu Desk Reviews
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22 May, Thu Desk Reviews
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27 May, Tue
F I N A L J U R Y
28 May, Wed
Space Requirements:
EDUCATION UNITS max. 250 m2 plus
Classroom for 20 persons app. 50%
Workshop for 20 persons semi-open
Director's office for 1 persons space
Library/Study Hall for 20 persons
SOCIAL UNITS max. 150 m2 plus
Dining hall for 20 persons app. 50%
Kitchen for 20 persons semi-open
Living areas space
ACCOMODATION UNITS max. 150 m2 plus
app. 50%
EMPLOYEE semi-open
Director's unit for 4 persons space
VISITING LECTURERS
Separate units
STUDENTS
Dormitory for 20 persons
INDOOR SERVICES max. 100 m2
i.e., restrooms, laundry, mechanical services.
INDOOR TOTAL max. 650 m2 plus ~300 m2
semi-open
areas
OUTDOOR FACILITIES TOTAL max. 350 m2
Area for Gathering for 100 persons
Area for tents for 15 tents
Carpark for 10 cars
for 2 (x2) persons


Objectives of the Course:
This course aims to provide students proficiency in dealing with architectural design problems in a
natural context by developing the necessary skills and knowledge about :

-site planning and design,
-plan and section development,
-program analysis, and
-structural solutions,

also, inquiring the difference and interactions between:

-interior and exterior space,
-open, semi-open and closed space,
-public vs. private space

By means of design problems situated on non-urban sites within a natural environment, the studio aims
to develop students’ sensitivities towards issues such as adaptation to the natural environment, the
relation between the site and the spatial arrangement of the design.

Students are expected to develop awareness to such design considerations as orientation, material
selection and adaptation to site in design by bringing together elements of a respectively more complex
program in a harmonious whole. The course also aims to make students explore 3 dimensional
possibilities of space design by investigating the relationship of the architectural section and space.
Reference Books / Articles / Websites:
G. J iven & P.J . Larkham, Sense of Place, Authenticity and Character: A Commentary, J ournal of Urban
Design, Vol. 8, No. 1, 67-81, 2003.
C.N. Schulz, ‘Genius Loci: Towards a Phenomenology of Architecture’, 1979.
R. Moneo, Murmur of the Site, Anywhere, 46-53, 1992.

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http://www.tasmektep.com/index.htm
http://www.baskabirokulmumkun.net/
http://okullarhayatolsun.meb.gov.tr/
http://www.pastoralvadi.com/
Evaluation:

Attendance & Process
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Mid J ury
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Mid J ury
Final J ury
Portfolio
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Attendance Policy:
Attendance to class is mandatory. Students who miss more than 6 studio half-days (or 4 half -days in a
row) will receive NA. Besides the class attendance, the critics will keep an extra attendance record
according to the desk critiques taken. Repeated absence will not be tolerated: any student who misses
one of the mid-term juries will automatically fail. Also, in order to pass the course you have to maintain
passing grade (minimum DD) for the final project. Attendance to Lectures is mandatory. Attendance to
weekend workshops & seminars is critical for your performance in this studio.