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Turkey: a report on computer graphics education
In a formal or an informal manner, computer graphics has been a field of research and education since the early 1970s in Turkey. The earlier examples of academic research work came from Istanbul Technical University and ...
Circular-planned diagrid systems and an interrelated technique using planar elements
(Birkhaeuser Science, 2018)
This paper presents the development of circular-planned diagrid systems in architecture and varying approaches in patents in relation to these developments, together with a technique introduced for producing diagrid ...
Changing uses of the middle-class living room in Turkey: the transformation of the closed-salon phenomenon
Structured as a think piece, this study examines the transformation of Turkish middle-class living room practices and their material settings from the 1930s to the 2010s in accommodating the changing uses of that space. ...
Proposal for improving computer aid in architectural design
(Taylor & Francis, 1994)
Based on various factors that influence the role of computers in architectural design, techniques are discussed aiming at the creation of a highly interactive environment where designers can model not only the physical ...
The virtual design studio on the cloud: a blended and distributed approach for technology-mediated design education
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2015)
The studio is widely accepted as the core in design education because it aims to integrate many curricular topics within its scope. However, learning environments in studio teaching have not been explored and exploited as ...
(Taylor and Francis Inc., 2015)
A mobile dialogue of an immobile saint: St. Symeon the younger, divine liturgy, and the architectural setting
The pilgrimage site of St. Symeon the Younger at the Wondrous Mountain, near Antioch, is founded around the column of the saint that followed the ascetic model of his namesake, the “protostylite” St. Symeon the Elder. ...
Seashore readings: the road from sea baths to summerhouses in mid-twentieth century Izmir
This chapter focuses on how architectural representations were a medium through which a sense of the modern and the novel were established and solidified, as well as how the forms and aesthetics of a number of summerhouses ...
Socio-spatial approaches for media and communication research
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
Sak handles digital media research through an architectural/urban viewpoint. The main line of argument is that, research on digital media does and can further benefit from socio-spatial research approaches. The chapter ...
Designing and consuming the modern in Turkey
The materiality of interior space reveals a celebration of some ideas, values, beliefs, visions, and even ideologies, while suppressing others. Its reading provides an intriguing social history and serves as a tool through ...