Interior Architectural Design (International) Graduate Program
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The mission of the International Master of Interior Architectural Design (IMIAD) is to raise skilled professionals; who can carry out corporate and practical work in the light of science within the triad of education, research and practice; who aim to serve the society at an international level; who are renowned nationally and internationally, preferred and entrepreneur; who can lead, take responsibility, work in a team and has the efficient and required knowledge in the field.
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ÖgeCinematographic Narrative In Interior Design Pedagogies(Institute of Social Sciences, 2019) Girgin, Fatma Ekin ; Görgül, Emine ; 615528 ; Interior Architectural Design(International) ; İç Mimari Tasarım(Uluslararası)This thesis study, which projects the reflections of an experimental, interdisciplinary and multi-faceted attempt on design education, aims to connect diverse but intertwined disciplines of ―cinematography‖ with ―design pedagogies‖ by establishing the connections between these fields within alike perspectives. The undeniable power and decisiveness of cinema, cinematography and visual narrative on generating ―atmospheres‖ is the main and primary motive for this praxis, on behalf of building a novel pedagogical model for interior design pedagogies on perceiving, interpreting and generating the spatial atmosphere. The fact that ―cinematic comprehension and cinematic notion possesses a substantial role in expanding the perspective of the individual on experience, perception, and interpretation‖, on the other hand ―it possesses the competence of being a powerful atmospheric production and representation medium‖ is crucial for this study. In this respect, while investigating the genuine methods and techniques of cinematographic narrative in a deeper sense, they are sought to integrate into the design processes as a tool for narrative and atmosphere generation in further. In other words, cinematic notions, tools, and methods are deployed as novel and alternative methodologies for design processes, especially for interior design studio pedagogies. Based on all these justifications above, first of all, in the first chapter of the thesis manuscript, the research inquiry, the frame of the discussion, the topic, aim, scope and method of the study are emphasized as a brief introduction and preliminary statement of the thesis.
ÖgeEnvironmental Perception And "affect" Interaction Within Public Interiors: İstanbul Courthouses(Institute of Social Sciences, 2019) Ayhan, Özgün ; Görgül, Emine ; 569541 ; Interior Architectural Design (International) ; İç Mimari Tasarım (Uluslararası)Public interiors are important structural areas for space-individual interaction studies. This study aimed to investigate the public interior-individual interaction through the affects of the public interior on individuals or in other words, the emotional reactions of individuals to the public interiors. The focus has been made on the recent judicial structures built in Istanbul throughout the scope of the study. These new courthouses were built in order to play a central role by combining with previously constructed and used buildings, which are now all under one roof. This radical change seen in the courthouse buildings is thought to differ the affects that influence the perception of space. In this research, the role of the public interior in interaction with the individual, and how it works as an interface are examined through the phenomenon of affect. The main purpose of this study is to read the public interior-individual interaction simultaneously and to determine the existence of an interaction between design and affect. Moreover, if there is an interaction between them, it is examined furthermore to see how different design decisions trigger what kind of affects. Ultimately, the accuracy of these hypotheses has been evaluated through the field research.
ÖgeGemütlicher Raum": Spatial Readings Of The Immigrant Queer Interior(Institute of Social Sciences, 2019) Yıldırım Wurm, Dilara ; Görgül, Emine ; 569160 ; Interior Architectural Design (International) ; İç Mimari Tasarım (Uluslararası)While said, as a private space, the house is embedded to public spaces and its relationships. This thesis investigates migration, private space and sexual expression by focusing on spatial fiction of homes, reading through queer immigrants housing setups and aims to seek the external influences in domestic borders by ascertaining the layers in the house and fiction of the interior elements. In this dissertation, I choose to deconstruct the private place of immigrant queer interiorities to investigate, if there is any pattern in creating the Heimlich for queer immigrant people, which is highly sceptical to look on from queer perspective.
ÖgePublic Interiority Through Urban Moblity: Design Approaches For Railway Stations In İstanbul(Institute of Social Sciences, 2019) Akdemir, Gizem ; Görgül, Emine ; 570649 ; Interior Architectural Design (International) ; İç Mimari Tasarım (Uluslararası)The starting point of the study is the importance of interior architectural design discipline as a force that can positively affect the urban wellbeing in metropolitan cities. The notion of publicness or being public and the public spaces that have an essential and inevitable part in the daily urban life, defines the potentials that interior architectural design in terms of enhancing the urban wellbeing. In this context, the concept of urban interior and urban interior practices which also includes the characteristics of public and interior spaces, are considered an efficient tool for improving the urban environment. In this thesis, it is suggested that transportation nodes, which are accepted as the intersections of everyday urban life, as well as urban mobilities and public life, are also urban and public interiors. Based on the hypothesis that transportation nodes accepted as urban and public interiors, public transport structures have been specified due to their direct relation with the concept of urban wellbeing. On this purpose, railway stations which are parts of urban setting from the initial phase of the transformation process of metropolitan cities are selected as the main areas of the study. The aim of the study is to compare the existing conditions of urban and public interiors among selected transportation nodes and then discuss design approaches to improve them. The study offers a relatively experimental approach on evaluating the quality of urban and public interiors. Also, it is intended that the developed method would be beneficial for further studies about urban and interior spaces.
ÖgeWellbeing And Its Spatial Experience: Development Of Spa Design And Contemporary Spa Spaces(Institute of Social Sciences, 2018) Kahraman, Nazım ; Görgül, Emine ; 512588 ; Interior Architectural Design (International) ; İç Mimari Tasarım (Uluslararası)Wellbeing as a notion gains importance day by day hand in hand with the status of healthiness. World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as "state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" on the one hand; on the other hand, Global Wellness Institution (GWI, 2017) stresses wellness as intellectual, religious and medical movements and modern concept with ancient roots beginning with the Ayurveda treatments followed by Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ancient Greek doctrines, Roman Medicine and movements in United States and Europe in 19th century. Today, wellbeing and being healthy are the ultimate goals that are difficult to endure due to increasing stress level in modern world, working environment with high-intensity and expectations from civilized human. As a result of these, people need to have treatments and experiences to relax and stay strong. In this content, spa spaces compel attention. As the word spa literally refers to the abbreviation of sanus (salus/ sanitas) per aquam that means health coming from water in Latin. The relation between human beings and water starts in the mother womb and continues in many forms. People are always attracted to water and this interest originates from different aspects like need for bathing, religious and spiritual rituals and the belief to curative powers of water. Bathing can take place where water exist as bathtub, shower or even river, sea, ocean, lake. While human baths throughout the history, the forms of bathing shaped according to different reigns, beliefs and politics.