Working in groups of five interdisciplinary students, choose a corner inside or outside of Taşkışla building, understand and analyze the context, discuss the notion of sharing, and develop a spatial scenario to transform the corner of your selection into a sharing space that can be accommodated/used by minimum two people at any time of the day or year.
See the handout below for full details:
tes2_cm_w07_A Corner of Sharing
9:30 Announcement of the brief … Charette begins!
10:00- 11:30 Q/A Session
11:00- 12:30 Q/A Session
12:30- 13:30 Submission+ Exhibition
15:00-17:00 Count of Votes
17:00-17:30 Certificate Ceremony at 127 ( Announcement of Top 1 O projects)
Important note: The submissions which are late or do not meet to the expected output formats will be strictly eliminated.
This is the link for tes Basic Design and Visual Arts I Section 4 Blog:
The word topography comes from Greek topos “place” and –graphy “writing” and means write about a place. In this sense, topography does not only tell us the physical conditions of a space but also its history and relationship between the space and its inhabitants. There is a mutual relationship between human cultures and their physical environments. Throughout history, humans were shaped their topography and being shaped by it. Topophilia (from Greek topos “place” and –philia, “love of”) used by Tuan (1974) to define the affective bond between human being and the physical environment. According to him, topophilia is not merely our response to a place; it actually creates the place by differentiating it from other spaces.
In this module, we will try to answer the questions; How can we recreate a topography that recreates the motion and space and tells a new story? How are people connected with topography? How does topography create and recreate their movement, uses of spaces? In order to this, we will create imaginary topographies and re-create them by (re)producing spaces in it. By intervening to the topography and creating a system of spaces, we will try to re-organize the relationships and movements. Through your designs, we will discuss relation between spaces, their hierarchy, order and proportions, and their effects on the interaction between human and space.
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