RECENT EVENTS & STUDENT WORKS:
Archaeological Heritage Places: A Tension Zone In-between Scientific Research and Tourism Based Economic Benefit
This presentation aims to provide a framework to understand the increasing conflicts and tensions between two different fields; archeology and cultural tourism, having placed around the same focus with different aims, expectations and requests; and departing from this framework, to discuss the impacts of all these conflicts and tensions on the archaeological sites as the focus.
14 November 2019, 12:40, FFB-05
Ecocentrism and Natural Building Techniques
This talk draws its inspiration from Yemisci's experience as a natural builder and her ongoing master's thesis research. The presentation contemplates how the co-living concept, the notions of rural and sustainability correlate to one another; and it is envisaged from an ecocentric perspective.
11 November 2019, 13:30, FFB-06
In 2019 spring semester in parametric design studio we have focused on the buildings in main campus by their interface with their surroundings, designed elements between their interiors and exteriors, namely their facades, and how the interaction occurs between the function and its reflection on the building.
ARCH 317 Spring 2019 Instructor:Yavuz Baver Barut
Prague on the Cusp of Change
Prague is on the cusp of change. Citizens, designers and planners are dissatisfied with the status quo, and urban transformation is being contemplated. Through the recent efforts of two new design activist organizations: ReSITE and UrbanACT, many urban mobility, infrastructural and open space deficiencies throughout the city are for the first time, being identified and discussed in a series of public fora. We have been invited to participate in this exciting urban revisioning movement.
ARCH 402 Spring 2019 Instructors:Mark Paul Frederickson, Segah Sak, Jesus Espinoza Alvarez, Meral Özdengiz Başak
Empowering the Core
In 2019 spring semester ARCH 302 focused on the redevelopment plan for the central region of the city of Antalya. In particular, four areas have been selected around the historical core of the city to be re-fashioned within a new coherent urban system, in the aim to empower the core with an integrated system of public spaces.
ARCH 302 Spring 2019 Instructors:Giorgio Gasco, Glenn Terry Kukkola, Selen Duran, Ahmet Ünveren
Urban Corner of Art and Culture
In 2019 spring semester ARCH 202 studio worked on a vibrant urban corner of Ankara.The URBAN CORNER FOR ARTS AND CULTURE is a design proposal to take place at the edge of Atatürk Boulevard which is one of the most important arteries of Ankara. It’s the main axis starting from Ulus, continues with Kızılay up to Çankaya playing the role of “city center” since 1920’s for Ankara.
ARCH 202 Spring 2019 Instructors:Berna Tanverdi, Bülent Tokman, Cem Korkmaz, Fadime Yılmaz, Zühre Sü Gül
In 2019 spring semester students were asked to design a festival ground for an event of their choice in Botanik Park / Ankara
FA 102 Spring 2019 Instructors:Ayşe Henry, Bülent Batuman, Burcu Egel, Chen yu Chiu, Derya Yılmaz, Ebru Şevik, Elif Erdemir Türkkan, Mehmet Tahir Ayparlar, Mehmet Tevfik Gürsu, Müge Durusu Tanrıöver, Rengin Kocaoğlu.
Nautical and Aquatic Exploration Center in Alanya
In 2018 fall semester the building design and program was for a Nautical and Aquatic Exploration and Production Center, and the hypothetical site was the shoreline and historical features of the seaside town of Alanya. The studio process included a process of local site selection, providing strong justification for the specific location of buildings, program and orientation taking into account, present and historical context, land utilization, preservation, orientation, and interrelatedness to the landscape as well as exploration of concepts of promenade on the edge of land and sea.
ARCH 401 Fall 2018 Studio Instructors:Glenn Terry Kukkola, Gökçe Ulusoy, Jesus Espinoza Alvarez, Meral Özdengiz Başak, Yiğit Acar