ECTS - - Interior Architecture and Environmental Design
Compulsory Departmental Courses
ICM121 - Introduction to Interior Architecture (2 + 0) 3
Introduction of vocational areas and to transfer its relationship with other disciplines; development of phase space for the solution of problems, in accordance with the basic principles and elements of design above concrete examples discussed; space components, function and aesthetic relationships; implementations for directing to deal with other
ICM301 - Interior Design III (4 + 6) 12
Developing design solutions within corporate identity, moderately complex plan and circulation; works aimed to to draw appropriate project according to user properties and design language in the given subject, to develop design skills by multi-functional solutions, perceptual, aesthetic and conceptual methods.
ICM302 - Interior Design IV (4 + 6) 12
To design interior space and site plan with research information; developing design and site plan drawing skills by detailing and visual presentation with correct technical drawings; developing interior design solutions within lighting, color, climatic comfort, acoustic.
ICM304 - Wet Space Design (2 + 2) 4
In wet areas of data analysis and design principles-standards; design and implementation in terms of choices of materials required in the criteria; lighting and use of color; the wet areas project preparation process considering electrical and water installations.
ICM499 - Summer Practice III (Office) (0 + 0) 6
Experiencing the interior architecture and architecture design and environmental design in a private office or public institution intended for interior architecture and environmental design; producing design projects and detail drawings; improving measurement and presentation techniques; observing and contributing on the program planning and deve
TURK401 - Turkish Language I (2 + 0) 2
Languages and their classification; history of Turkish language, its spread over the world and its place among other languages; Turkish language in the republic era; orthography; expressions; foreign words, suffixes and prefixes; punctuation; language and verbalism.
ICM322 - Meaning in Design (3 + 0) 4
Investigating meaning that arises from the form of the design language, researches the link between form and content; design, by taking the text as a visual indicator in the framework of concepts and theories of semiotics; development of image in the cultural similarities and differences in the space creation.
ICM352 - Urban Furniture Design (1 + 2) 4
Discussing the urban furnitures of open urban areas with the whole identity of urban, constructing a relationship of urban furniture and space both aestethically and functionally; gaining the skills of thinking for urban furniture design and furniture industry, giving terminologies about design discipline and principles.
ICM371 - History of Furniture (3 + 0) 4
Improvements in furniture design process in various periods; Modernism in furniture design in Europe, surrealist and expressionist approaches in furniture design; organic design; Kitsch, Pop-Art, Post Modernism in furniture design; furniture design in Turkey; sustainable approaches in furniture design.
ICM381 - Principles of Ecological Design (1 + 2) 4
Explaining the approaches of ecological design or in other words the ''Green Design'' that ''the built environment and architectural works can be integrated with the ecological systems of the biosphere and can be recycled without damaging the environment and human health''.
ICM384 - Universal Design (1 + 2) 4
The concept of universal design within the information about the relationship with accesible design and adaptive design; its principles and the effects of these principles to projects created and focused on learning relationship between spatial organization,user sizes and design.
ICM452 - Introduction to Graphic Design (1 + 2) 4
Graphic narration techniques, developing concept, diagram, synthesis, interpretation, painting techniques in the use of problem solving, poster, billboard, illuminated sign, panel and mural, use of light in spaces and panels, shadow, reflection, luminescence and color.
ICM454 - Interior Design of Commercial Buildings (1 + 2) 4
Detailed information on store design in the context of retail design; how the store is designed; the store's analysis in accordance with the interior design criteria; the relationship between store design and brand, brand identity, brand image and sells products; the relationship between stores design, user (customer) and sales.
ICM472 - Analysis of Historical Places (3 + 0) 4
Development of selected historic places from Antique period, Europe, and Turkish-Islamic world; theoretical knowledge that elucidates the reflection of building functions in space; social and geographic factors in the development of dwelings and settlements; architectural characteristics and features of the selected buildings from the perspective
ICM492 - Photography (1 + 2) 4
History of photography; light, color, and filter; black and white film structure and image formation; color film structure and image formation; mechanical info: Types, lens, aperture and shutter speed, metering and exposure, composition; photographic thought; printing techniques: Original print concept general meaning, dia photo, digital photograp
MMR421 - Design Philosophies (2 + 0) 3
Twentieth century designs, principles of design development, and philosophies of design; art and design movements, e.g., Expressionism, Die Brücke, Paris School, Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism, Modernism, Bauhaus, Constructivism, Realism, Purism, Art-Deco, Minimalism, Surrealism, Pop-Art, Post-Modernism, Concept Design;design products and the philosoph
MMR444 - Analysis of Historical Places (2 + 0) 3
Development of selected historic places from Antique period, Europe, and Turkish-Islamic world; theoretical knowledge that elucidates the reflection of building functions in space; social and geographic factors in the development of dwelings and settlements; architectural characteristics and features of the selected buildings from the perspective of socio-cultural and natural factors, and urban, architectural and art histories.