Interior Architecture

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IAR501 RESEARCH METHODS (3-0-3)
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Meaning of scientific research and publications. Thesis, report, seminary workshop, research project, article, book etc.

IAR502 CONSTRUCTION IN INTERIOR DESIGN
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Introduction to constructional systems and elements. Teaching students the basics of construction, the qualities of building components like foundation, slab, wall, door, window, etc. and their relations. Load bearing and skeleton structures, structural systems with their applications will be included in this course.

IAR505 MATERIALS (3-0-3)
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Structural and atomical properties of materials. Crystalline, amorphous, molecular, colloidal structures. Structural, physical, chemical, mechanical, acoustical, thermal, electrochemical etc., properties of materials. Standardization, quality control, modular coordination. Binding materials, natural stones, burned clay, aggregates, artificial stones, glass, metal, wooden, bituminous and tar based building materials, plastics, paints.

IAR509 SPACE PLANNING
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: The importance of human scale in relation to space in interior architecture. The proportions of human body, static and dynamic dimensions and required areas for these dimensions will be explained with examples. Environmental factors effecting the design, information about house design, teaching the functional relations in a house by explaining the functional diagrams. Making scaled drawings and determining the optimum dimensions for every space are the goals of this course.

IAR 510 SPACE ANALYSIS, ASSESMENT AND PROGRAMMING (3-0-3)
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Definition of space concepts. Examples of different spaces. The relation between space and function. Differentiations in understanding of space by the developments in technology caused by the needs and aesthetic understanding born with the development of human intelligence during the history.

IAR521 FROM THE PAST TO 1900’S HISTORY AND THEORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND FURNITURE (3-0-3)
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: In this course, historical interior space and furniture styles will be examined within a chronological framework. The features of interior space and furniture of Antique Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque periods with French, English and American interiors in 18. and 19. Cc. The effects of technological developments and discoveries, historical and cultural factors on the development of interiors and furniture will also be examined.

IAR528 ERGONOMIC PRINCIPLES AND INTERIOR DESIGN
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Description of ergonomics, the importance of ergonomics in interior design, the design of elements according to “human scale” in the field of the interior design profession.

IAR531 TEXTILE IN INTERIOR SPACE DESIGN
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: The history of the textile products used at present day. The examination of the usage of the textile products in historical process and today. The examples and applications of the textile products in interior design will also be included in this course.

IAR533 ETHICS IN SCIENCE
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Science and philosophy of science, the concept of ethics. Ethic rules and responsibilities to be followed in all phases of scientific research. Ethic rules and requirements in interpretation and publication of findings. Generally accepted rules, values and criteria in world of science. The examination of ethical violations like unconscious errors, errors caused by negligence, diversion, scientific piracy, etc. Attitude towards the ethical violations.

IAR 534 INTERNAL STRUCTURE IN BUILDINGS
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Main goal of this course is to teach the students basic concepts and structural principles necessary for them to be able to make proposals in repairing, renovation, replacement, addition, subtraction, etc. on existing buildings. Besides, examination of the structural systems of well-designed successful buildings, spaces, objects are included. Improving creativity at the same time skills of the students in reading and understanding projects. Basic structural concepts, principles, structural loads, structural behaviors, alternative structures and examples will be considered.

IAR560 SOLAR ARCHITECTURE I
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: This course will study about energy and kind of energy, nonrenewable and renewable energy and using of energy in Architecture. Solar energy is kind of renewable energy and it will address the following issues: Solar radiation, solar cells, pyranometers, geometry of the earth and sun, reckoning of time, geometry of collector and solar beam, all of the angles, effects of the earth’s atmosphere, active and passive system architecture (Trombe wall, double glass, green house), conception effective energy: climate parameters, conception parameters (choice location for building, orient and shape of building, organization of inner spaces, optics and thermophysical characteristic of building shell, heat transfer and heat transfer for plane wall and composite wall. This course will also study heat exchange of buildings.

IAR567 SOLAR ARCHITECTURE II
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: General description of the relationship between climate-design. Climate types-orientations and principles of building formations. Hot-dry, hot-humid climates and the role of the local topography. Climate Data collection and evaluation. Bioclimatic chart, “diagram of the hot zone” drawing method. Movements sun. The definition of the declination angles of the sun and solar radiation. Calculation of the angles, by diagrams, tools, by methods of observation. The effect of solar radiation on earth. Calculation method and the radiation intensity of the local latitude. Determination of horizontal and vertical dimensions of sun control devices. Determination of critical periods for solar control, critical periods, daily solar angles according to size, the results of a monthly one-dimensional reduction of the critical periods, the annual results, the common dimension of critical transition period. The formation of the facades in terms of angles of the sun and other natural data . According to the common data (sol-air theory +surface film ) the formation of the building and optimum orientation. Specific definition of the relationship between climate variations and urban design. Structure, thermal comfort (natural and artificial air-conditioning). Operation of thermal collectors according to seasonal features.

IAR582 ARCHITECTURE AND IDENTITY
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Architectural identity changes according to the different geographic areas and sites in which different societies live. Aim of the course is the examination and identification of factors that are the causes of the formation and change of architectural identity. Definition of cultural identity, personal identity, group identity, social identity, environmental identity, urban identity, institutional identity and architectural identity and interactions between them. The main notions of human, environment and culture, relations between them and their effects on “architect profile” and “architectural identity”, the visual architectural identity components.

IAR585 PRODUCT DESIGN
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: The BSc Product Design programme is one half of the study area of Product Design. This course area focuses on and helps you develop the key skills that are needed to allow you to work within the product design industry with specialist focus on the technical aspects related to product operation and production. You will develop your skills in a well-equipped and stimulating environment that constantly encourages you to push yourself and your skill development.

ÇEA 516 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS PREVENTION
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Environment and environmental pollution : Besides air, soil noise, radioactive pollutions, the effects of global warming, protocols, greenhouse gasses, fossil fuels and energy will be examined.

IAR598 SEMINAR (MASTER)
CONTENTS OF THE COURSE: Information on presentation and discussion, method and techniques. Decision of common rules. Deciding subjects related to themes, self critcism and evaluation on subjects. Learning presentation and discussion methods and techniques for scientific researches. Application of experiences on a subject.