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The Place of Women’s Filmmaking in an Interdisciplinary Architecture Curriculum
Pinar, Ekin (2021-04-16)
A PARALLAX: (EXPANSION OF) EXHIBITION SPACE AS A DISCURSIVE ACT
Sarıca, Sezin (2021-04-08)
RELIEF - SPACES: TRANS – POSITIONS OF DISPLAY IN FRAGMENTS, MONUMENTS, AND ENVIRONMENTS
Sarıca, Sezin (2021-04-08)
Being a part of an architectural whole, an architectural fragment has various potentials; one is directly related to its intrinsic spatial value due to its original scalar properties. The other is its displacement, which...
Towards Using Human-Computer Interaction Research for Advancing Intelligent Built Environments: A Review
Topak, Fatih; Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray (2020-11-12)
For many years, primitive building components that are almost entirely transparent with their simple logic and physical interfaces (i.e., light switches, operable windows) provided occupants sophisticated opportunities to ...
Sayısal Tasarım Araçlarının Kışı mı Geliyor?
Sorguç, Arzu; Yetkin, Ozan; Kruşa Yemişcioğlu, Müge (2020-10-24)
Dijital medyanın çekiciliği ve artan kullanımı ile hesaplama ve bilgi teknolojilerinin kullanılabilirliği, tasarım sürecini ve yapım eylemini değiştirmektedir. CAD ve CAM mimari tasarımın erken aşamalarından başlayarak, mi...
Printing (and) Architecture: A Technopoietic System for Making
Uz Baki, Pınar; Basa, İnci (2020-10-24)
The Cybernetic relevance of architecture: an essay on Gordon Pask's evolving discourse on architecture
Temizel, Ensar (null; 2020-09-16)
Gordon Pask, as one of the leading figures in the field of cybernetics, had an extensive impact on architecture through his lifelong connections with architectural circles in the UK and the USA from the early 1960s until h...
Transformation of Architectural Types: From Garden-House to Apartment Block, the Case of Güven Housing Cooperative in Ankara, Turkey
PARLAK TEMİZEL, NERİS; Bilsel, Fatma Cânâ (2020-08-31)
The Italian school of typo-morphology reformulates the definition of architectural type in such a way that it refers to a set of quantitatively dominant buildings with common formal characteristics as a result of certain f...
An Exploratory Multi-Objective Retrofit Decision-Making Process
Akin, Şahin; Işeri, Orçun Koral; Erdogan, Bilge; Gürsel Dino, Ipek (2020-08-18)
The retrofit processes for buildings necessitates long-term planning and costly operations and requires a collaborative approach where a high number of alternative solutions should be explored by stakeholders. However, the...
Vision-based lighting state detection and curtain openness ratio prediction
Kalfaoğlu, Esat; Gürsel Dino, Ipek; Işeri, Orçun Koral; Akın, Şahin; Sarı, Alp Eren; Erdoğan, Bilge; Kalkan, Sinan; Alatan, Abdullah Aydin (null; 2020-05-23)
In non-residential buildings, space lighting accounts for 17 % of the total energy consumption. Effective use of daylighting has great potential to reduce lighting energy use in buildings. The amount of daylighting through...
An Algorithm for Efficient Urban Building Energy Modeling and Simulation
Işeri, Orçun Koral; Gürsel Dino, Ipek (null; 2020-05-23)
The urban population increases continuously since the industrial revolution, and the residential buildings have the primary responsibility for the total energy demand. There is a need for the analysis of the residential bu...
Problems of Planning Recreational Green Areas at the National, Regional and Local Scale
Topçuoğlu, Feyza (null; 2020-03-06)
Rölyef-mekanlar: Sergi Ortamlarında Yer değiştirmeler
SARICA, SEZİN (2019-12-18)
From Complexity to Sustainability": Proposing a Holistic Management Approach for Sustainable Development of Complex Multi-Layered Cultural Landscapes: The Case of Gölyazı (Apolyont) -Bursa / Turkey”
Okumuş, Gökhan; Bilgin Altınöz, Ayşe Güliz (null; 2019-11-26)
Multi-layered cultural landscapes are the products of the reciprocal interaction between nature, people and culture, which are dynamically shaped with political, economic, legal and administrative forces through a continua...
Early Stage Retrofit Stakeholder Engagement: Enhancing Higher Education Project Success
Gooding, Luke; Erdogan, Bilge; Gürsel Dino, Ipek (null; 2019-11-21)
In the case of higher education facilities, many institutions strive to ensure that facilities are high quality, and portray an image of sustainability and global responsibility. Furthermore, to enable high quality researc...
Human-Building Interactions in Intelligent Built Environments
Topak, Fatih; Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray; Tanyer, Ali Murat (null; 2019-10-25)
Buildings are responsible for about 40% of total energy use in the world, and this rate leads to serious environmental concerns that have triggered researchers to work on new ways of operating and utilizing built environme...
Açılış Sunuşu: Fehmi Doğan-Mehmet Ünal
Altan, Tomris Elvan (2019-10-21)
Çok sayıda konut, eğitim, alışveriş, yönetim yapıları ve imar planları üreten, büyük ölçekli projelere imza atan, bunlara paralel olarak kimi projelerin yapım işlerini de üstlenen, Ankara’nın yapılı çevresini oluşturan çeş...
Coffee Houses as The New Shared Working Spaces in Cities
Kutlay, Ecem (2019-10-18)
A Discussion on Rural Transformation in Turkey
KURTULUŞ, VACİDE BETÜL; ŞAHİN GÜÇHAN, NERİMAN (null; 2019-10-17)
Rural areas represent an indigenous culture and richness of a native society. The environment made by this society is a product of local culture, built by the use of available local materials, considering local production ...
THE INVESTIGATION OF THE PERIODICAL CHANGES IN THE CITY CENTER OF TOKAT BY HISTORICAL MONUMENTAL BUILDINGS
Bıyık, Hatice; Engin, Nihan (null; 2019-09-25)
Human beings have changed their continent, country or region throughout history by migrating because of climate change, wars, conquests etc. It is thought that the underlying factors of all these place seeking are the sens...
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