ARCH 101 Design (2+6) 8 ECTS This course aims to transfer the basic concepts of design with their implementation to students. Within the content of the course formal and artistic items focus on more closely related to the discipline of architecture. The compositions of the spatial and formal basic elements of design are aimed to achieve.
ARCH 103 Architectural Representation Techniques I (2+2) 4 ECTS Architectural Rendering Techniques I course examines a variety of expression techniques and methods especially traditional drawing and architectural expression tehniques. Three-dimensional drawings and applications are used to develop the ability to think. The course aims to provide the ability of basic drawing techniques in different scales to the students.
ARCH 105 Culture of Architecture (2+2) 4 ECTS The course introduces the profession in general terms to the students who are experiencing for the first time to the profession of architecture. Course describes development of profession of architecture, the scope and conceptual basis of architecture in summary. Aims to increase the interest of students in the profession.
MATH 101 Mathematics for Social Sciences I (3+0) 6 ECTS The course covers differential and integral calculus of single-variable functions. Topics include functions and graphs, linear and quadratic functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, limits and continuity, the derivative, differentiation rules, implicit differentiation, logarithmic differentiation, curve sketching, the indefinite integral, the definite integral, methods of integration, and applications of definite integrals.
ENG 101 English I (1+2) 4 ECTS To introduce students to the basic concepts regarding sustainable development, corporate social responsibility and business ethics. Skills: To help students acquire and improve the academic, written, and oral skills required for study in an English-medium university.
TLL 101Turkish Language and Literature I (2+0) 4 ECTS This course is intended to develop sophistication in spoken debate of complex ideas. It covers characteristics of Turkish language and selected works in Turkish Literature. Emphasis is placed on reading, critically examining and discussing selected prose, stories and poetry. Correct use of Turkish will be discussed with examples of narration defects, punctuation and spelling mistakes etc. and historical and cultural foundations of literary texts will be analyzed.
ARCH 102 Architectural Design Studio I (2+8) 10 ECTS This course aims to enable the student to become acquainted with the process of architectural design which based on small-scale design of spaces by means of the anthropometric factors. In this context, students experiencing how the act of design occur in what ways, acquire the ability to produce and present design solutions.
ARCH 104 Architectural Representation Techniques II (2+2) 4 ECTS This course aims to develop the knowledge and skills acquired by Architectural Rendering Techniques I course. The course includes the three-dimensional work that students conceptualise by the drawings of their design work; aims to gain the ability to express their design work by developing their knowledge of the areas of graphic expression-spatial design; and to teach the international drawing standards and techniques of design and architecture disciplines.
ARCH 106 Space Organization (2+2) 4 ECTS This course, objectives learning how to perform the functional / spatial organization's in buildings. The relationship between building typology and action are examined in the light of examples and applications in the context of the course.
ARCH 108 History of Art (4+0) 4 ECTS General philosophy of art; evolution of painting, sculpture and handcrafts before the Industrial Revolution; Concepts of art and handicraft; Various conceptions of art and handicraft throughout the Antic, Medieval, and Turkish art; Detailed introduction of the important works of art and artist of these periods.
ENG 102 English II (1+2) 4 ECTS Students improve their spoken and written communication skills in English using academic lexis, complex language structures and upper-intermediate language functions in various general contexts.
TLL 102Turkish Language and Literature II (2+0) 4 ECTS This course is intended to develop sophistication in written debate of complex ideas. It covers selected works in Turkish Literature and different approaches to literature to answer the question why we read fictional works. Emphasis is placed on reading selected novels, stories and drama, and writing analytic papers on them. Correct use of Turkish will also be discussed with examples of narration defects, punctuation and spelling mistakes etc. during the course.
INAR 201 Interior Design Studio I (2+8) 10 ECTS Reflections on the interior design on decisions regarding light, color, texture, material and structure and the social and individual behaviors of users; to be addressed the scope of issues of the project on the space components which created the 'home environment'; experimental workshops examining the impact of fixed and mobil equipments to the interor spaces;
ARCH 203Computer Aided Design I (2+2) 4 ECTS The softwares that are gives possibility to students usage of computer aided drawing and design are introduce in this course; introduction to 2 and 3 dimensional drawings by using graphic implication softwares. ARCH 205Building Construction and Materials (2+4) 4 ECTS Building Construction and Materials course, includes the building systems and building elements; and investigation of traditional and contemporary materials used in buildings. In this course, structural system components and building elements are assessed by implementing as a project in the context of an important part of architectural design.
ARCH 207 Statics (1+2) 4 ECTS The main aim of this course is learning required computing techniques and experimenting main concepts of statics and strength of materials as the basis of structral systems. The subjects of the course covers; linear elasticity, Hook laws; section impacts and diagrams of beams; normal force and urcertain statics problems in normal forces; shear and torsional moments and inertia concepts.
ARCH 209History of Architecture I (2+0) 4 ECTS The aim of this course examining the progress of architecture starting from prehistoric to the end of Medieval period. The course evaluates the differences between the architectural reflections of nomadics and settled communities. Handle the transformations on the urban and building scale in a hollistic approach of historical and social issues: intoduces the cultural diffrences and similarities of the diffrent periods.
SEC 201 Introduction to Sectors I (0+2) 2 ECTS SEC201 will deepen students’ knowledge of work life and industry profile in each of the following four sectors: Financial, Information and Communication Technologies, Social and Emerging sectors. Students will not only be provided with sectoral information, they will be equipped with tools and skills to find and interpret most relevant and up to date industry data. Extensive sectoral information will be enhanced by expert guest lecturers from the business world, visits to firms, first hand brief industry experience, as well as case studies.
INAR 200 Intership I (Research) (0+2) 2 ECTS The first compulsory internship in Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design is research internship which last 10 business days. This may include research and scientific studies conducted that may be a part of the formal research projects.
INAR 202 Interior Design Studio II (2+8) 10 ECTS Theoretical knowledge on lighting and acoustics associated with design process at interior design studio environment; understanding and development of design solutions with the user's psychological reactions about design criteria such as the physical environmental conditions, technology, sanitary equipment, disability requirements, security; planning of public spaces to be used for commercial purposes; reuse suggestions for existing buildings considering the design dynamics.
ARCH 204 Computer Aided Design II (2+2) 4 ECTS The course aims to teach applications of computer aided representation possibilities, which takes place in design and rendering techniques. The applications is carried out with up-to-date the package of programs.
ARCH 206 Construction Technologies (2+2) 4 ECTS This course includes contemporary construction systems, designs, materials and applications. The building envelope and structural system are examined through the examples of contemporary solutions in this course.
IDE 206 Human Factors in Design (3+0) 3 ECTS Tasarımda insan faktörü yöntem ve ilkeleri; kullanıcı, ürün ve verilen hizmet arasındaki ilişkinin gelişiminin fiziksel, biomekanik ve zihinsel unsurlarının incelenmesi; kullanıcı boyutu ve antropometri kavramı; arayüz kavramı ve kullanıcı-akıllı ürün etkileşimi yaratılmasındaki temeller.
ARCH 210 History of Architecture I (2+0) 4 ECTS The aim of this course examining the progress of architecture starting from Medieval Period to thecontemporary architecture. The course evaluates the impacts of different architectural movements on urban and building scale. Handle the transformations on the urban and building scale in a hollistic approach of historical and social issues: intoduces the cultural diffrences and similarities of the diffrent periods.
SEC 202 Introduction to Sectors II (0+2) 2 ECTS SEC202 will deepen students’ knowledge of work life and industry profile in each of the following four sectors: Retail, Health, Tourism and Real Estate, Production and Emerging sectors. Students will not only be provided with sectoral information, they will be equipped with tools and skills to find and interpret most relevant and up to date industry data. Extensive sectoral information will be enhanced by expert guest lecturers from the business world, visits to firms, first hand brief industry experience, as well as case studies.
INAR 204 Furniture Design (1+2) 4 ECTS Examining design process of furniture and other environmental organizer / promoters with all the basic values and factors; the function of equipment to be designed; action-space-equipment interaction; ergonomic requirements; comfort requirements; robustness; ease of maintenance and repair; aesthetic appreciation; trends and preferences; constructive principles the production technology and materials for furniture.
INAR 301 Interior Design Studio III (2+8) 10 ECTS Complex and multi-functional interior design at various scales; conservation laws under the Scope of modern / contemporary way of life that are responsive to the spatial conversion; the provision of formal and semantic relations between the existing shell and design decisions; in the frame of the new design proposal making evaluation of existing structural system, materials and fixed equipment; decisions on the spatial scenario; analysis and synthesis on the lighting design, the color composition, the fine-structure components, furniture and accessories.
INAR 303 Details for Interiors I (1+3) 4 ECTS The course includes details of the design of fixed and movable furniture, storage, equipments, Materials and production-related problems and their solutions are discussed in the content of the course.
ARCH 305 Environmental Control (1+3) 4 ECTS The course covers the subjects on design of phsical environment focusing on the relation between sustainability and human comfort; including climatisation, lihgting, acoustics and noise control issues.
HIST 201 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic I (2+0) 4 ECTS This is the first of a sequence of two term-courses that focus on the political, economic, social, and cultural history of the late Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey. It addresses issues related to why and how the Ottoman Empire ended; why and how the Republic of Turkey came onto the agenda; what the nascent Republic inherited from the Empire in terms of the relationship between state and society; and what kind of nation and nation-state was imagined in Early Republican Turkey.
INAR 300 Internship II (Office) (0+8) 2 ECTS The second compulsory internship can be realized in architecture, interior architecture, design office or companies in design, drawing, presentation, office environment, where activities include active participation in the work.
INAR 302 Interior Design Studio IV (2+8) 10 ECTS Examination requirements and societal preferences for the use of space; testing the physiological, sociological, and psychological needs with modeling and simulation for interior design; integrated interior design; detail for interiors; furniture selection; building sub-systems integration; design and selection of materials; making decisions about production technologies; obtaining dimensional coordination; evaluation compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
ARCH 304 Architectural Conservation and Surveying (1+3) 6 ECTS This course aims to inform the student about the protection, the repair and reuse of cultural heritage and the historic sites. In this course, assessment and design, methods and techniques used in the certification and inspection of the buildings considered as cultural heritage will be tested on a structure that is selected.
INAR 306 Details for Interiors II (1+3) 4 ECTS Includes details of the design of fixed and movable furniture, storage, hardware, and the like; Materials and production-related problems and their solutions are discussed.
HIST 202 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic II (2+0) 4 ECTS This is the second of a sequence of two term-courses that focus on the political, economic, social, and cultural history of the late Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey. It addresses issues related to Turkey’s experience with democracy during the cold war period; import-substituting industrialization in the 1960s and 1970s; the open economy of 1980s and its political, social and cultural outcomes; and Turkey-European Union relations and their impact on the relationship between state and society in Turkey.
INAR 401 Interior Design Studio V (2+8) 12 ECTS This course focuses on spatial requirements and social preference within historical contexts. Topics covered are various modeling and simulation techniques for testing user requirements in interior design projects; integrated space design and detailing for the purpose of preservation and re-use; selection of furniture; integration of structural elements; material design and selection; decision-making regarding construction technologies; and evaluation of the project in terms of preservation and restoration ordinances and codes.
INAR 403 Sustainable Design Research (2-0) 4 ECTS This course represents and discusses different approaches on sustainable development and studies. Additionally, it opens discussions on various approaches and examples related to the planning, design and management of the built environment.
INAR 405 Professional Practice, Law and Ethics (2+0) 4 ECTS This couse intends to explore the profession of interior architecture in terms of its legal and ethical requirements. The course will introduce zoning regulations and professional obligations to help the student interpret related legislations as well as develop professional ethics and moral values.
INAR 400 Summer Internship III (0+8) 4 ECTS The third compulsory internship is oriented towards worksite applications including rough construction and detailing of interior architecture projects.
INAR 402 Graduation Project (0+12) 14 ECTS A comprehensive interior architecture design studio course that requires the independent application of the integrated knowledge and experience acquired in the previous semesters.
ARCH 404 Project Management (1+2) 4 ECTS This course focuses on project management and development. It offers fundamentals on project evaluation, risk analysis and financial instruments.
INAR 312 Art and Space Interaction (2+0) 3 ECTS The mutual relationship between visual/performing arts and space; visual arts as a component of space; painting and space; sculpture and space; ceramics and space; photography and space; video and space; space design for performing arts; stage design.
INAR 313 Color as a Tool for Interior Architects (2+0) 3 ECTS The course focuses on the concept of color in interior architecture. Topics covered are color schemes and relationships within interior space; the interaction between colors; color as a component of form, material, proportion, fınction and composition; the interaction between color and representation; color and labeling; the use of color in interior space and furniture; the principles underlying the integration and composition of colors.
INAR 314 The Interaction of Culture and Space (2+0) 3 ECTS Multiple definitions of culture; the impacts of culture on space formation; and the effects of various related concepts –such as human-space interaction; personal space; the personalization of space; defendable space; identity; sense of belonging– on space.
INAR 315 Advanced Representation Techniques (2+0) 3 ECTS Advanced representation techniques; visual sketches; freehand sketching techniques using lead, black and colored fountain pen; watercolor and aquarelle sketching, collage, and composite techniques; digital representation techniques; two and three dimensional digital representation techniques.
INAR 316 Housing Research and Design (2+0) 3 ECTS The course will focus on issues related to housing. Topics covered are the need for shelter, definitions of dwelling, meaning of home, various housing approaches, housing typologies and organizations, housing interior organizations, housing research and analysis of case studies.
INAR 317 Designing Accessible Spaces (2+0) 3 ECTS The course will introduce the concept of design for all, the definition of handicap, architectural handicaps, fundamental standards underlying accessible design, and designing for accessible spaces.
INAR 318 Spatial Analysis (2+0) 3 ECTS The course focuses on the concept of space, its formation and components, and the traditional and contemporary approaches to space creation. Topics covered are the organisation of space, spatial transformations, building typologies, spatial composition design principles, spatial analysis and techniques, classification of space and building types, morphological analytical methods, and the description of various analytical techniques through multiple-scale case studies.
INAR 319 History of Furniture Design (2+0) 3 ECTS Description of furniture as a component of interior architecture; historical background of furniture design; multiple furniture deisng types and examples in relation to different architectural, design and art movements.
INAR 412 Vertical Circulation Systems (2+0) 3 ECTS Definition of vertical circulation systems; stairs, ramps, escalators and platforms; elevators, stair lifts and platforms; safety issues regarding vertical circulation systems; solutions for vertically integrated circulation systems.
INAR 413 Partition Walls (2+0) 3 ECTS Function of partition walls in spatial organization; structural evaluation of partition walls; specifications regarding their material, structure, design, insulation as well as their visual characteristics.
INAR 415 Designing for Limited Interior Spaces (2+0) 3 ECTS Definition of limited space; design approaches to multi-functional design of limited spaces; exclusive solutions for limited spaces: railway carriages, flight cabins, yacht and trailer interiors.
INAR 416 Textile for Space Design (2+0) 3 ECTS Textile as a component of interior space; textile wall coverings; veils; textile upholstery and furniture textile.
INAR 418 Spatial Refunctioning (2+0) 3 ECTS The course focuses on refunctioning of obsolete buildings. Topics covered are the relationship between the genuine function and structural spesifications; refunctioning potentials of spaces; preservation and restoration approaches based on various specifications.