ECTS - - Interior Architecture and Environmental Design
Compulsory Departmental Courses
ICM502 - Design and Communication (3 + 0) 5
Communication and theories used in design, theories and methods in order to understand the formation of the language of design; interdisciplinary semantic studies and emerging trends in contemporary designs in order to understand and interpret the formation of the communicative criteria in design; design language created by cultural codes, design a
ICM501 - Reality and Virtuality in Design (3 + 0) 5
Factors that form the environment in which a design is a representative, unnatural and an imaginary existence and is no longer seems to be a real product; the relationship between revealed communication style and design by the investigation of the identity created by the produced design; product, the main theme, communication, evolving environment
ICM504 - Advanced Color Theory (3 + 0) 5
Color dimensions and perception; psychological and physiological impacts of color; color systems such as Munsell, CIE XYZ and NCS in terms of their properties and differences; conducting scientific research and presenting it as a scientific manuscript about color theory.
ICM523 - Interior Design in Public Buildings: Libraries (3 + 0) 5
The user group of library, reinterpretation of libraries after computer-communication revolution; various methods of library usage from the past to the present; contributions, opinions, innovations, interpretations and suggestions for rescuing librarires from being a virtual interior space to establish a contemporary understanding of interior space
ICM524 - Research Methods for Historical Buildings (3 + 0) 5
Restoration in historical structures and research into the restitution report to be completed prior to restoration; the legal status of the structure, how to access to information as to the protection status, protected sites, and international protection theories; the history of the site, its archaeology, historical geography, the restorations whic
ICM526 - Evolution of Urban Space in Anatolia (3 + 0) 5
The spatial evolution of civil architecture examples and public buildings in the context of traditional and vernacular architecture of Anatolia; the relation of space with the interiors and its nearest environment, the potential of formation and transformation of the data coming from different territories; the role and influences of social, economi
ICM527 - Management of Cultural Heritage (3 + 0) 5
The topics of investigation, protection, promotion and management of resources within the scope of cultural heritage; international and national agencies, relevant laws and decisions that affect the management of these resources; the theoretical and methodological approaches related to the definition and management of cultural heritage and social a
ICM528 - Architecture, Art and Propaganda (3 + 0) 5
The way architecture and art were used in the course of history since the ancient era for various beliefs, objectives and ideologies as a tool of propaganda with theoretical information and examples; the relation of architecture, art and politics; architecture and images used in architectural works, examinations of pictures, photos, posters, films,
ICM534 - Sustainability in Interior Architecture (3 + 0) 5
Sustainability and sustainable design criteria with design principles and design methods that shape the interior design process; building and interior design compatible with the nature, developing with sustainable design approach and environmental awareness data; in line with the sustainable design, examining the concepts such as ecological design, ecological environment, green structure, environmental friendliness, zero emission.
ICM535 - Design and Futurism (3 + 0) 5
The change in today of the manifesto that is put forward in the 20th century of the concept of futurism which has transformation and critical perspective; conducting scientific research on the concept of futurism seeking to respond to needs such as flexibility, growth, transformation and mobility in interior design; analyzing today's design projects in this context and discussion of future design approaches and evaluation of results.