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    • An Architectural Self Criticism, Berlika Park Marmara Swimming Pool Accessibility Analyses 

      Demirkan, Özlem (ICONARP International Journal of Architecture and Planning, 2016)
      Urban designers and architects have to clearly understand the physical features and needs of the people they are designing for. In the designing process fields such as anthropometry, biomechanics, ergonomics, biology and ...
    • EXAMINING THE USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAMS IN ARCHITECTURE ON A STUDENT PROJECT 

      Şahin, Ali; Hatipoğlu Şahin, Betül (3rd International Conference on New Trends in Architecture and Interior Design APRIL 28-30, 2017, HELSINKI, FINLAND PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 2017)
      Inspiration from nature in the design process is a very widely used method. Architects and designers take advantages of aesthetic features and structural systems of the objects found in the nature. Voronoi diagrams also ...
    • EXPERIENCING THE PLACE, EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING AT ARCHITECTURE STUDIO 4 

      Demirkan, Özlem; Şahin, Ali (2016)
      This study aims at presenting the study of experiencing place conducted with undergraduates studying architecture within the scope of the course of Architecture Studio 4. The undergraduates were asked to design a culture ...
    • An Experiment For Measuring The Effect Of Architecture Eduation On Space Perception 

      Hatipoğlu Şahin, Betül; Şahin, Ali (3rd International Conference on New Trends in Architecture and Interior Design APRIL 28-30, 2017, HELSINKI, FINLAND PROCEEDINGS BOOK, 2017)
      The concept of space, which is based on architecture and confronted as an architectural product, has various definitions in the literature. Many perspectives were improved on the concept of space that was discussed for ...
    • Importance of social sustainability at the mass housing projects 

      Tereci, Ayşegül (3rd International Conference on New Trends in Architecture and Interior Design, 2017-04-28)
      Migration from rural to urban area has gained acceleration with education and business opportunity in middle of 20th century. Today half of the world population lives in cities and this rapid migration has caused unplanned ...
    • Parametric Analysis Method for Urban Energy Transformation Projects 

      Tereci, Ayşegül; Erhardt Kesten, Dilay (PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Architecture), 2014-12-17)
      In tandem with industrialization, migration from rural to urban has caused unstructured and unplanned cities. On the other hand the needs of people in the cities have begun to change according to overpopulation, new ...
    • Parametric Analysis Method for Urban Energy Transformation Projects 

      Erhardt Kesten, Dilay; Tereci, Ayşegül (Living and Learning: Research for a Better Built Environment: 49th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, 2015-12-02)
      According to the International Energy Agency, lighting makes up about 19% (~3000 TWh) of the global electric consumption. Often the lighting energy savings cannot be provided in new buildings with new lighting systems. ...
    • The Representation of Heteropias in Cinema 

      Demirkan, Özlem (Altınbaş University; AMPS; Architecture_MPS; PARADE, 2018-04)
      Heterotopia is a rich concept identified by Foucault to represent highly real spaces against utopia. The term consists of combination of topos and hetero meaning place and different, respectively. It appears to be a ...
    • THE VISUALIZATION OF THIRD SPACE THROUGH MARCUS HARTEL’S STREET SHOOTS IN NYC 

      Demirkan, Özlem; Sevim, Halil (3rd International Conference on New Trends in Architecture and Interior Design, 2017)
      Henry Lefebvre builds the production of space on three moments. These are perceived, conceived and experienced spaces. These three moments conceptually correspond to space practice, space representation, and representational ...