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INAR 562 Syllabus - Yaşar Üniversitesi

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YAŞAR UNIVERSITY
ARCHITECTURE FACULTY
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE and ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN DEPARTMENT
COURSE SYLLABUS
Course
Code
Course Title
HOUSING, CULTURE AND DESIGN
INAR 562
Semester
SPRING
Course Hour/Week
Theory
3
Practice
0
Yaşar Credit
ECTS
3
7
Course Type
1. Compulsory Courses
1.1. Programme Compulsory Courses
1.2. University Compulsory Courses (UFND)
1.3. YÖK (Higher Education Council) Compulsory Courses
2. Elective Courses
2.1. Program Elective Courses
X
2.2. University Elective Courses
Language of Instruction
Associate Degree (Short Cycle)
Level of Course
Undergraduate (First Cycle)
Graduate (Second Cycle)
X
Doctoral Course (Third Cycle)
Prerequisites Course(s) (compulsory)
Special Pre-Conditions of the Course
(recommended)
Course Coordinator
Assist. Prof. Dr. Gülnur Ballice
[email protected]
Course Instructor(s)
Assist. Prof. Dr. Gülnur Ballice
[email protected]
Course Assistant(s)/Tutor (s)
Course Web Page
Aim(s) of the Course
Understand housing and modern design concepts from different perspectives. Indicate
the relationship between culture and modern life. Provide modern design approaches
both in Turkey and abroad. Stress the transformation of upper-class domestic culture
and family life along European models. Underline modern house concept from the
interior point of view and meanings of vernacular traditions.
1. To facilitate the learning and/or improvement of the role of natural, technological and
Learning Outcomes of the
Course
social factors in the formation of housing.
2. To tackle the most important theoretical and methodological issues in current interior
design-culture-house-product design discussions.
3. To locate the design-culture-house settlement discussions within the context of culture
and modern life.
4. To develop ability to apply and understand the architectural scale of the appropriate
research study in the field of housing and modern interior.
Course Content
This course will introduce the relationship between the cultural change and everyday life
in terms of modernity and representation in design discourse. Observing the primary
concepts of culture, modern life, modern interior, contemporary design and cultural
representation students will have an opportunity to read and discuss significant writings
and designers of the period.
COURSE OUTLINE/SCHEDULE (Weekly)
Week
Topics
1 (23.02.15)
2 (02.03.15)
3 (09.03.15)
4 (16.03.15)
5 (23.03.15)
Preliminary Preparation
Introduction and overview with students
identifying their own fields of interest.
Methodol
ogy and
Implemen
tation
(theory,
practice,
assignmen
t etc)
Theory
Culture and Modern Life
-Chaney, D. (2002).
“Introduction: Culture and
Modern Life”, in the Cultural
Change and Everyday Life,
Gordonsville, VA, USA: Palgrave
Macmillan, 1-15.-Bozdoğan, S.
(2001). “Living Modern-Cubic
Houses and Apartments”, in
Modernism and Nation Building
(Seattle and London: University
of Washington Press, 2001),
pp.193-216.
Modern House
-Talu, N. (2009). “Modern Konut
ve Ev(sellik)”, Arredamento
Mimarlık, Haziran , sayı: 225,
92-99.-Bozdoğan, S. (2001).
“Building the Modern House”, in
Modernism and Nation Building,
Theory
Seattle and London: University
of Washington Press,
pp.216-239.- Bilgin, İ. (1999).
“Serbest Plan, Serbest Cephe,
Serbest Ev...” Cogito Bir Anatomi
dersi: Ev, sayı: 18, Bahar, s.144157.
Ottoman Housing Culture
-Göyünç, N. (2006). “Osmanlı
belgelerinde Konut Terminolojisi”
in Tarihten Günümüze
Anadolu’da Konut ve Yerleşme,
İstanbul:Tarih Vakfı Yayınları,
pp.264-268.-Tanyeli, U. (2006).
Theory
“Osmanlı Barınma Kültüründe
Batılılaşma-Modernleşme: Yeni
Bir Simgeler Dizisinin Oluşumu”
in Tarihten Günümüze
Anadolu’da Konut ve Yerleşme,
İstanbul:Tarih Vakfı Yayınları,
pp.284-297.
Placing Home in Context
-Baydar, G. (2002). “Tenuous
boundaries: women,
domesticity and nationhood in
1930s Turkey”. The Journal of
Architecture, 7:3, pp.229244.-Moore, J. (2000). “Placing
Home in Context”, Journal of
Environmental Psychology, 20,
pp.207-217.-Walker, L. (Spring
2002). “Home Making: An
Theory
Theory
Architectural Perspective”. Signs,
Vol.27, No.3, pp. 823-835.
6 (30.03.15)
The Modern Interior
-Sparke, P. (2008). “Introduction”
in The Modern Interior, Great
Britain: Reaktion Books Ltd.,
pp.7-18.-Sparke, P. (2008). “The
Private Interior” in The Modern
Theory
Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., pp.21-36.Sparke, P. (2008). “The New
Interior” in The Modern Interior,
Great Britain: Reaktion Books
Ltd., pp.37-54.
7 (06.04.15)
The Modern Interior
-Sparke, P. (2008). “The Massconsumed Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., pp.55-72.
8 (13.04.15)
MIDTERM
Theory
Midterm
exam
The Modern Interior
-Sparke, P. (2008). “The
Fashionable Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., 2008,
pp.73-90.-Sparke, Penny. “The
Decorative Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., pp.91-112.
The Modern Interior
-Sparke, P. (2008). “The Public
Interior” in The Modern Interior,
Great Britain: Reaktion Books
Ltd., pp.113128.-Sparke, P. (2008).
“The Theory
Rational Interior” in The Modern
Interior, Great Britain: Reaktion
Books Ltd., pp.129146
The Modern Interior
-Sparke, P. (2008). “The Massproduced Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., 2008,
pp.147-166.-Sparke, P. (2008).
“The Abstract Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., pp.167184.
Theory
12 (11.05.15)
The Modern Interior and Cultural
Representation
-Sparke, P. (2008). “The
Designed Interior” in The
Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd., pp.185203.-Emgin, B. “Framing the
East: Cultural Representation in
Contemporary Turkish Product
Design”.
Theory
13 (18.05.15)
Student presentations
Theory
14 (25.05.15)
Student presentations
Theory
15 (01.06.15)
Student presentations
Theory
9 (20.04.15)
10 (27.04.15)
11 (04.05.15)
(08.06.15)
Theory
FINAL SUBMISSION
Required Course Material (s) /Reading(s)/Text Book (s)
Sparke, P. (2008). The Modern Interior, Great Britain:
Reaktion Books Ltd.
Recommended Course Material(s)/Reading(s)/Other:
Akcan, E. (2006). Çeviride Modern Olan-Şehir ve Konutta
Türk-Alman İlişkileri, YKY, İstanbul.
Bozdoğan, S. (2001). Modernism and Nation Building Turkish
Architectural Culture in the Early Republic, University of
Washington Press, USA.
Chaney, D. (2002) Cultural Change and Everyday Life,
Gordonsville, VA, USA: Palgrave Macmillan. Gür, Ş.Ö. (2000).
Doğu Karadeniz Örneğinde Konut Kültürü, Yem Yayınları,
İstanbul.
Bachman, M. & Tanman. M.B. (2008). Ahşap İstanbul, Konut
Mimarisinden Örnekler, İstanbul Araştırmaları
Enstitüsü, İstanbul.
Batur, A. (Ed.) (2005). Doğu Karadeniz’de Kırsal Mimari, Milli
Reasürans T.A.Ş, 2. Baskı, İstanbul.
Sey, Y. (Ed.).(1996). Tarihten Günümüze Anadolu’da Konut
ve Yerleşme, Tarih Vakfı Yayınları, İstanbul. Sey, Y.
(Ed.).(1999). Tarihten Günümüze Anadolu’da Konut ve
Yerleşme, Tarih Vakfı Yayınları, İstanbul.
ASSESSMENT
Semester Activities/ Studies
NUMBER
WEIGHT in %
1
50
1
50
Mid- Term
Attendance
Quiz
Assignment (s)
Project
Laboratory
Field Studies (Technical Visits)
Presentation/ Seminar
Practice (Laboratory, Virtual Court, Studio Studies etc.)
Other (Placement/Internship etc.)
TOTAL
100
Contribution of Semester Activities/Studies to the Final Grade
60
Contribution of Final Examination/Final Project/ Dissertation to the Final Grade
TOTAL
40
.
100
CONTRIBUTION OF LEARNING OUTCOMES TO PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
No Programme Outcomes
Level of
Contribution (1lowest/ 5- highest)
1
2
3
To develop the qualifications acquired at the undergraduate education in a chosen area of
1 specialization; in interior architecture and the skills of rational thinking and producing unique
works
4
5
x
To understand the interdisciplinary nature of interior architecture and to contribute to the growth
2 of interdisciplinary knowledge while implementing the acquired knowledge in interdisciplinary
x
media
3 To apply specialized knowledge in interior architecture in theory and/or practice
x
To diagnose and evaluate a specific problem in interior architecture and to develop a method
4 towards its solution while working with professional and non-professional environments, taking
responsibility, producing solutions and showing leadership when required
x
5
To use computation and communication technologies as required by a chosen area of
specialization
6
To present critical evaluation of knowledge in interior architecture, directing self-education at an
interdisciplinary level and independent conduct of advanced work
x
x
7
To communicate contemporary developments in interior architecture and her/his own work in
professional and interdisciplinary contexts in written, oral or visual forms
x
8
To recognize the significance of lifelong learning and use learning skills developed through this
program in other segments of life
x
9 To demonstrate oral and written communication in at least one foreign language
10
x
To understand and communicate social, scientific and ethical values in the accumulation,
interpretation and/or application of data related to interior architecture
x
ECTS /STUDENT WORKLOAD
NUMBER
UNIT
HOUR
TOTAL
(WORKLOAD)
Course Teaching Hour (17 weeks* total course hours)
14
Week
3
42
Preliminary Preparation and finalizing of course notes,
further self- study
14
3
42
Assignment (s)
1
Number
25
25
Presentation/ Seminars
1
Number
25
25
40
40
ACTIVITIES
Week
Quiz and Preparation for the Quiz
Mid- Term(s)
Number
Project (s)
Number
Field Studies (Technical Visits, Investigate Visit etc.)
Number
Practice (Laboratory, Virtual Court, Studio Studies etc.)
Number
Final Examination/ Final Project/ Dissertation and
Preparation
Other (Placement/Internship etc.)
Total Workload
1
Number
Number
174
Total Workload/ 25
7
ECTS
7
ETHICAL RULES WITH REGARD TO THE COURSE (IF AVAILABLE)


Attendance is MANDATORY. The attendance will be taken twice (in the first 15 minutes and at the
end of the class). Students must attend a minimum of 80% of the class time.
It is assumed that the project you submit for this course is your own. If you submit someone else's
work as your own or allow your work to be used by others, it will be considered academic dishonesty.
Any example of academic dishonesty will be graded as zero.
ASSESSMENT and EVALUATION METHODS:
Final Grades will be determined according to the Yaşar University Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree and Graduate
Degree Education and Examination Regulation
PREPARED BY
Assist.Prof.Dr.Gülnur Ballice
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