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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 ...
An interdisciplinary heuristic evaluation method for universal building design
This study highlights how heuristic evaluation as a usability evaluation method can feed into Current building design practice to conform to universal design principles. It provides a definition of universal usability that ...
Defining and living out the interior: the ‘modern’ apartment and the ‘urban’ housewife in Turkey during the 1950s and 1960s
(Taylor & Francis, 2009-12)
This study investigates the interaction of women’s gendered identities and performances in the modern middle strata with the new apartment, while complicating the boundary between the legitimizing discourses of modern ...
Traditional toys at the present day
The re-production of traditional toys at the present day both by industrial and traditional methods shows divergent design approaches. The materials used by traditional methods such as wood, clay, textile are substituted ...
Son adam ve "zincirlerinden boşanmış kamera"
(Kebikeç Yayınları, 2009)
Yönetmen Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau ve görüntü yönetmeni Karl Freund Son Adam (Der letzte Mann, 1924) filmi ile yirminci yüzyıl sinemasının tartışmasız en önemli biçimsel yeniliklerinden birini gerçekleştirmişlerdir. Filmde ...
The role of schemas in understanding places
Experiencing the real-scale: mock-up of a set design project
This paper (1) claims that in spite of the unique opportunities introduced to design learning by the emergence of virtual models, the benefits of learning through building in real-scale cannot be totally disregarded. Within ...
Leisure in the Turkish context: a preliminary account
The literature on leisure has been dominated by Western examples until recently. Some recent accounts of non-Western cases provide a different and richer context for understanding leisure. This study is an attempt to reveal ...
Wall paintings of Necip Özalp house in Gesi (1)
Gender and locality-related differences in circulation behavior in a museum setting
The authors present the results of a case study conducted at the Sadberk Hanim Museum in Istanbul, which explored the relationship between gender and locality (being a native resident or foreign tourist) of visitors and ...