ITU FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE 2019-2020 SPRING TERM

TES SECTION 2 BLOG

 

 

CONTAINER PROJECT

EXHIBITION

This project is conceptual and simultaneously based on discovery through structural and systematic operations. The main task is to question and represent a spatial concept that is “contain-”. The students were expected to choose a tangible or intangible “contain-” situation and comprehend the subject, the object, and alternative forms of what this concept implies. The aim is to use two-dimensional design tools to represent bilateral forms of relations such as connection, dialogue, interaction, limitation, communication, togetherness, dialectic between the container, and what is contained. All students were asked to construct a “contain-” situation through representations of the selected tangible or intangible concept.

EXHIBITION

This project is conceptual and simultaneously based on discovery through structural and systematic operations. The main task is to question and represent a spatial concept that is “contain-”. The students were expected to choose a tangible or intangible “contain-” situation and comprehend the subject, the object, and alternative forms of what this concept implies. The aim is to use two-dimensional design tools to represent bilateral forms of relations such as connection, dialogue, interaction, limitation, communication, togetherness, dialectic between the container, and what is contained. All students were asked to construct a “contain-” situation through representations of the selected tangible or intangible concept.

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