FREEHAND DERSLERI PDF
MİMARLIK BÖLÜMÜ ZORUNLU DERSLERİ 1. This course introduces students free hand drawing and to describe how to make architectural sketches. İLETİŞİM BİLİMLERİ ANABİLİM DALI Yüksek Lisans Dersleri Ve İçerikleri . Photoshop, Freehand, CorelDraw, QuarkXpress grafik programlarında uygulamalı. Computer Literary 1. BMEEPAGGIO1. Engineerime Sciences. EMETETOP Geometrical Consruction 1. BMEEPAGGI. Freehand Drawing 1. BMEEPRAGION.
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Yüksek Lisans Dersleri ve İçerikleri
ARCH is intended to be the last phase of a self-teaching process for the students of architecture, which complete their real fersleri experience with their observations on and their participation to the working process of architectural office.
This course is the second phase of the series of the computer aided design fdeehand based on a total comprehension of architectural drawing, modeling and representation by computer aided design applications in pursuit of a contemporary means of architectural design and representation at the end.
It concentrates on specific themes, such as formal rules of abstraction, visualization of three dimensionality, drawing to scale, proficiency in drawing, manipulation of drafting techniques, and basic skills of graphic expressions. This course involves exercises to develop perception, communication, and visual concepts in architecture by using drawing media.
The material presented in this course is drawn from the Neolithic through the Middle Ages and will focus particularly on the architecture of Europe and the Mediterranean basin. ILT Human Resources and Communication Management Strategic human resource management, globalization, performance evaluation, training, motivation of employees, compensation techniques, issues such as change management will be handled within the scope of the course.
Contextual and spatial surveying, documentation and analysis as well as developing and representing a design concept frehand urban scale are also projected as part of the course. Critical analysis of approaches an mass culture; content analysis according to media studies; discourse analysis, frsehand, psychological analysis, methodology and techniques in research projects.
It includes the theoretical study of the primary concepts of architectural knowledge, principally on architectural form, structure, function and context. Cultural vision and cultural policy. It freehwnd students what the architectural design idea is and to freehane design ideas in a given project. In this course, aims to explain that consumer society and freehanf with the sociological perspective and the role of media on the formation and spread of consumer culture.
Considering the political mainstream and critical dimensions of communication in the process of historical development, present and evaluate research on political communication methods and techniques. Also, certain concepts underlying of the basis of the cultural studies such as media representations, identity, ideology, discourse, power, and hegemony are dealt. The history of documentary cinema films; analyzing the films analytically and critically; critical perspectives about history of documentary film making in different cultural, political and social environments.
Technological fersleri, symptomatic technology, social determination of technology and the social construction of technology approaches will be discussed. This course covers the frerhand theoretical discussions that guide the practice of architecture, from the Enlightenment up until the 21st century. The concept of popular culture and the content of it; the fact how the popular culture dersperi the society; comparing the popular culture productions with the high culture productions; the role of the popular culture in forming the life styles; consuming culture; critical approaches againts popular culture.
The concept of ethics; arguments on the contents of visual and auditory messages; objectivity, true and fair broadcasting; the liberty of getting news and information. Adapting the principles of perception of graphics and design onto the cinema and television; figure and background relations known as Gestalt principles; balance; isomorphic harmony; perceptional grouping; considering the assimilation- decomposition principles in cinema and television.
This is the fifth studio in the Architectural Design Studio series, which totals 6 studios in all. The factors effecting the mass communication. The course will deal with architecture and built environment within a contextual frame.
This is an undergraduate course which aims to develop an understanding on freehabd general concepts, theories, principles and practices of urban design including the development of an urban design proposal from surveying and analysis to design and representation within the students of architecture. The transdisciplinary qualities of communications sciences and information sciences; arguments in terms of history, biology, sociology, nature, culture, technology, economy.
This is the second studio in the Architectural Design Studio series, which totals 6 studios in all. In this course, the student is on his own to prepare a proper report on the development of a building process by considering the rules which were mentioned in the regulations and announced via related internet page.
In this context; consumption theories, the birth and development of the consumer society; connection of identity, fashion, spare time and shopping centers with consumer society will be examined. It involves exercises to give the principles of three dimensional, pictorial drawing techniques, and perspective drawings one point perspective and two points perspective.
In this respect, architectural background of buildings such as foundations, walls, and floor systems are analyzed. This course introduces students free hand drawing and to describe how to make architectural sketches. Ideology discussion is based on the differences between the factual reality and its representation in the media.
The art of creating meanings by body language; semantic dimension of jests and mimics and body postures.
Architectural History II freehans the second one of four general survey courses that provides students with a critical understanding of architectural developments and cross-cultural relations. This course aims to approach to the social media with sociological perspective, in the course; historical and social development of social media, individual and social effects of social media, significance of social media in social change, the identity strategies of social media users, various sociological causes of social media usage, organization in social media and social movemnets, forms of social representation in social media, social media and politics, surveillance and privacy in social media, ethical issues in social media will be investigated.
ARCH URBAN DESIGN 3 This is an undergraduate course which aims to develop an understanding on the general concepts, theories, principles and practices of urban design including the development of an urban design proposal from surveying and analysis to design and representation within the students of architecture. The purpose of this course is an introduction of the principles, practices, areas of concern, ethics and types of organizations in practice of architecture profession.
Dersoeri is an undergraduate course which aims to develop the basic skills for 3D architectural rendering and 2D architectural visualization and illustration using one or more computer aided design software. The course delves into the principal philosophical discussions of the 19th, 20th and the 21st centuries, the architectural movements that they commenced; and the architectural practices that came forth as a reflection of those movements.
Introduction to principles of statics and strength.
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Students firstly encounter with what the context and program are. In addition the course provides principles of integrating HVAC systems and into design while regarding renewable energy potential.
This course covers art and drsleri of the 20th and 21th centuries as exemplified especially in Europe and USA. The differences between source and the target; socio-cultural differences, the language barriers.