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China in Denmark the transmission of Chinese art and architecture from the view of Jørn Utzon’s Danish socio-cultural background
(SINTEF Academic Press, 2017)
Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s lifetime obsession with Chinese art and architecture is well known. However, why Utzon was interested in China and how he perceived Chinese art and architecture were not clearly explained ...
Glint: audiovisual glitches
(M I T Press, 2012)
This paper explores the idea of glitch through an audiovisual project called Glint and how the concept of glitch can be marked as a manifestation of digital culture. © 2012 ISAST.
The status of graphical presentation in interior/architectural design education
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2004-05)
This article argues that interior/architectural design education favours a dominance of final presentation over the design process in the studio environment, particularly in the evaluation of a project. It suggests that ...
Ergonomics and universal design in interior architecture education
The focus of this article is on the application of Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) principles on design process. Designers begin acquiring HFE principles and data during their university education. Universal Design ...
Humanizing modern architecture: the role of das Japanische Wohnhaus in Alvar Aalto's design for his own house and studio in Riihitie
(Shih Chien University, 2017)
The role of traditional Japanese houses and gardens in Finnish architect Alvar Aalto's (1898- 1976) career is often mentioned but without an in-depth study. This article analyzes and compares Aalto's design for his own ...
Blended learning in design education: an analysis of students' experiences within the disciplinary differences framework
(A S C I L I T E, 2014)
Blended learning has already become an indispensable part of education in many fields. However, the majority of existing research on blended learning has assumed homogeneity of disciplines. This study suggests that research ...
The effects of achromatic and chromatic color schemes on participants' task performance in and appraisals of an office environment
(Wiley Periodicals, 2012-10)
This study explores the effects of chroma on participants' performance and environmental appraisal of an office. The research was conducted in a full-scale experimental room designed as a private office where achromatic ...
Death photography in Turkey in the late 1800s and early 1900s: defining an area of study
Since its invention, photography has been associated with the personal past. Although photographs seem to bring back memories and the past, by visually representing the inevitable passing of time, they also serve as ...
Privacy dimensions: a case study in the interior architecture design studio
(Academic Press, 2000-03)
The most commonly used space in architectural education is the studio, which functions both as a learning centre and as a complex social organization. The behavioural elements in the design studio are analysed with respect ...
An experimental study exploring colour ranges corresponding to different colour names has been conducted. Available colour terms in Turkish language have been identified and the most frequently known or used colour terms ...