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M ustafa N ejat Ç ankaya A rchıtecture P ortfolıo Yasar University (Full Scholarship) Bachelor of Science in Architecture Selected Works (2016 - 2019)


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MUSTAFA NEJAT ÇANKAYA EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE | YASAR UNIVERSITY, TURKEY 3.13 C.G.P.A 2015 - 2019 100% Scholarship CURRENT FREELANCER SINCE 2019 MEES ARCHITECTURE IZMIR, TURKEY Intern (4 months) 2018 - 2019 Reference: Mete Keskin - info@meesmimarlık.com 5 Professional Competition Projects with the team: Types: University Campus, Winner (2nd Prize) Click for the project url : Public Buildings Competition (Municipality), Participant : Urban Designs, Participant Click for the project url

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AZU ARCHITECTURE IZMIR, TURKEY 2017 - 2018 Volunteer Intern (3 months) Reference: Burkay Top - info@azumimarlık.com TUZLA MUNICIPALITY IZMIR, TURKEY 2017 - 2018 Intern (3 months in worksite)

INTERESTS

SKILLS

HONORS

WORKSHOPS

Writing on “Medium” about my experiences and researchs about architectural design. https://medium.com/@nejatcankaya AutoCAD, Revit, Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Rhinoceros 6.0, Lumion, Premiere, physical modeling sketching, 3D printing, writing. Choosen for 3 Terms the Best Project in the studio (2016, 2017, 2018) One second prize in professional architecture competition with the team (2018) As Participant: Atelier about making “Gabion Wall, Rammed Earth, Adobe Brick, Straw Wall” atelier is called “Ovada Ecostructure Atelier”. Urla, Turkey. Organization by; And Akman, Ekin Güven, Merve Titiz Akman, Onur Dinmez, Onurcan Çakır, Thanos Stasinopoulos. As Participant: For “Arch + Dsgn Summit” Atelier about exploring “creative places” in Balat, Istanbul. Organization by; Nurgül Yardım Meriçliler As Participant: “Pomace” Cyclical Design Workshop is about desining with force of time. Organization by: Serdat Asut, Melis Baloglu

CONTACT

nejat_cankaya@hotmail.com @cankaya.nejat

+90 553 233 76 19 Izmir, Turkey

https://medium.com/@nejatcankaya https://www.linkedin.com/in/nejat-%C3%A7ankaya-70a432108/


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Academıc 01 | SCHOOL OF DESIGN: RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS Oct - Dec 2017 | 3th Year 1st Term Project | The Case Study about how architecture can stimulate user’s creativity | Choosen as the best project in its term

02 | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN: RE - LAYERING THE CITY Oct - Dec 2018 | 4th Year 1st Term Project | The Study about how infected city can be operated with the green and water elements | Choosen as the best project in its term | Group Project with 3 People

03 | COMMUNITY CENTER: PUBLIC CATALYST OF THE CITY Feb - May 2019 | Graduation Project | A Linkage between 3 Neighbourhoods

04 | DESIGNING FREE FORM SHELL : HYPERBOLIC PARABOLOID Feb- May 2018 | Grasshopper Work

05 | PUBLIC HUBS: MODULAR DESIGN Feb- May 2016 | Physical Model Work, Modular Public Semi Open Area Design

Mıscellaneous 06 | RESONATOR MACHINE Oct - Dec 2017 | Resonator Machine | Seismic Design | Earthquake and Buildings Experiment


RE S P O N S I V E CR E AT IVE N E S S SCHOOL OF DESIGN A study about how architecture can stimulate users’ creativity.

PROJECT TYPE: School of Design INSTRUCTOR: Mauricio Gabriel Morales Beltran DATE: Oct - Dec 2017 LOCATION: Field of 9 Eylül University | Architecture Faculty WORK TYPE: Individual


01 | RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS | SCHOOL OF DESIGN

“FORM ENHANCES FUNCTION” How an idea can be applied to the architecture? How forms and functions become synchronized to tell an idea? The project is experimenting the relationship between form and function surrounding with “Creativity” idea and the “School of Design”.

AIMS The design looks to the school of design as a creativity cave. Composition of places that where interaction and creativity occurs in an optimum way. Like Louis I. Kahn said; “The nature of things must be questioned.” For us, the school of design’s nature is where creativity and interaction begin and multiply.


INTERSECTION OF CREATIVITY AN H I S T O R I C A L

T H I R D

P L A C E S R E F E R E N C E S

SCHOOL OF ATHENS

BRITISH COFFEEHOUSE

It is called the best creative place in history. In the painting, important philosophers, painters and many other important people are reflected as they are talking, thinking arguing, sharing something with passion, in a more general way, they are interacting.

British coffeehouses became popular when enlightenment period started.In the drawing, people are sitting, talking, arguing, and sharing something when they are eating or drinking. Like School of Athens, they are somehow interacting, and the coffehouse became their place to interact with each other.

ANATOMY OF THIRD PLACES AND ITS ACTIONS (ABSTRACTION OF MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN PHOTO REFERENCE)


01 | RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS | SCHOOL OF DESIGN

ND ARCHITECTURE : THIRD PLACES

PARISIAN CAFE

MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN

Like British coffeehouses, Parisian cafeterias were emerged when modernism’s glory days. Many movements were not started in one day. They are talked, they are perfected them, then the movements are occurred by people. It is all begin with an interaction, and the interaction brings ideas, when the ideas begin to come up, we called it creativity.

This reference photo from M.S.D. has a similarity with other 3 “Third Places”, because when the photo is analyzed, it is seen that with identified functions, and architectural elements, third places can be created by consciously.

DESIGNING THIRD SPACES WITH RECTANGULAR PRISM


LEVEL: -3.00

LEVEL: +1.00


01 | RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS | SCHOOL OF DESIGN

LEVEL: +4.00

LEVEL: +8.00


TOP 1/200 Scaled Model CENTER First 1/50 Scaled Partial Model for showing spatial quality. BOTTOM Second 1/50 Scaled Partial Model for showing spatial quality.


01 | RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS | SCHOOL OF DESIGN


THIRD PLACE BASED ON CIRCULATION

THIRD PLACE BASED ON CONVERSATION

CONCEPT SKETCH : “THIRD SPACES”


01 | RESPONSIVE CREATIVENESS | SCHOOL OF DESIGN

THIRD PLACES BASED ON COMMUNICATION AND FUNCTION (EXHIBITION & GATHERING)


RE - LAY ER IN G T H E CIT Y URBAN AND HOUSING DESIGN A study about how infected city can be operated with green and water elements.

PROJECT TYPE: Urban and Housing INSTRUCTOR: Yenal Akgün DATE: Oct - Dec 2018 LOCATION: Izmir | Poligon District WORK TYPE: Group Work | 3 People GROUP ROLE: - Analysing Site - Concept Developing | Desinging (Masterplan and Housing) - Visualizations (Renders | Diagrammes.) - Sketch Drawings - Technical Drawings


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN


ABSTRACT Poligon district has many solid masses without green and public squares. There are many voids that are not identified. And there is also the canal which is called Poligon river in old times, does not contain any water anymore instead of rainy days because of authority’s bad decisions. For us, city is a living thing and it has its own anatomy. It has veins which provides circulations (roads, bicycle ways and pedestrian ways) and the lungs that provides breathing (Green areas, public squares, recreational areas) and the hearth which gives a unique character for the city. For the Poligon district, we think the heart of the area is the Poligon river. Right now the heart does not function and it behaves as a boundary between two sides which are the social zone and inhabiting zone. However, there are some tiny pieces of aliveness in the Poligon canal. There are trees which scattered randomly, little green bushes, some plants which has rough root system pierced through the concrete canal. Instead of making a general analysis of the poligon district, we focused on living beings in that area. The purpose of the analysis is basically understanding the anatomy of this district and preparing the right treatment for that area.

RIVER - ECOLOGY - MANKIND RELATIONSHIP

ANATOMY OF THE CITY - LAYERS


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN Important buildings Key points for the site analysis Design axis

Dead River Axis

FIND THE GREEN IN THE CONCRETE

FIND THE GREEN IN THE DEAD RIVER

BAD SMELL FROM RIVER TO THE APARTMENTS

DISCONTINUITY BETWEEN RIVER AND APARTMENTS

DISCONTINUITY BETWEEN THE SEA AND APARTMENTS

PARKING PROBLEM


HEALING STRATEGY FOR THE RIVER

FLOOD PLAIN

Floodplain: When the heavy rain comes, water will go up and slows down.

TOE WOOD TECHNIQUE

Floodplain: dissipates energy during flood. It is the critical component of the stream system.

#1 REDUCES FLOOD RISK

Toe wood: Stabilizing outer edge of the miander, reduces earth loss, helpful for creating habitat.

POOLS / RIFFLES

Pools: Life zone. Where the plants and fishes or other creatures lives in. Slowest zone.

#2 REDUCES EARTH LOSS

Riffles: Prevent the overspeed of the river.

#3CREATE ECOSYSTEM

HEALING STRATEGY FOR THE CITY

HEALING ELEMENTS

R E F E R E N C E P H O T O S F O R I N S P I R AT I O N


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN


R E S P E C T T O T H E NAT U R E


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN

EXISTING TYPOLOGY & MASS HOUSING ORIENTATION

MAKING CONNECTION BETWEEN STREETS

OPENING ITSELF TO THE RIVER & GREEN

OPENING PUBLIC VOIDS & TAKING PEOPLE IN


HOUSING UNITS’ PLAN


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN


3+1 Housing Units 2+1 Housing Units 1+1 Housing Units Housing Terraces Commercial Areas Guest - Music - CinemaRooms Car Park


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN

SEMI PUBLIC VOIDS

STREET CONNECTION AND THE HOUSING

RE - LAYERED RIVER


S TRE ET

F UR NI T UR E S


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN


02 | RE - LAYERING THE CITY | URBAN & HOUSING DESIGN

TOP 1/1000 Scaled Model shows the relation with the apartments and river. BOTTOM Aerial view of housing and landscape. OPPOSITE FACE Aerial view of context model facing North to the sea.


PUBL IC C ATALYS T OF T H E CIT Y COMMUNITY CENTER A linkage between 3 neighbourhoods

PROJECT TYPE: Community Center INSTRUCTOR: Mauricio Gabriel Morales Beltran DATE: Feb - May 2019 LOCATION: Existing S.A.K.M. | Konak | Izmir WORK TYPE: Individual | Graduation


03 | PUBLIC CATALYST | COMMUNITY CENTER

ARCHITECTURE AS A CHEMICAL REACTION Location, typology, and context have a big part of architectural design. For this special area, a community center programmes was selected, because the area has a lack of continuity between neighbourhoods, and the center of the discontinuity, community center plays a role as a glue of 3 disconnected neighbourhoods. With 3 components (neighbourhoods), community center becomes a catalyst for mixing them.

AIMS The design gets its inspiration from existing typology in that area. The aim is in an urban scale, make a connection between three neighbourhoods, and with the typology inspiration, the design tries to make people feel to be like their streets.


SUBJECTIVE ANALYSIS

STREETS (VEINS)

DESIGN FIELD

NEIGHBOURHOODS

URBAN SCALE STRATEGY

3 Disconnected Neighbourhoods

Disconnected Streets - Ends to the Red Area: Design Field plays a unifier role. With time, neighbourhoods may connect, but it will takes a lot of time, like a chemical reaction that has no catalyst.

Existing Situation

Neighbourhoods as a materials of a chemical reaction, the design field will be the catalyst of the reaction. It will mix these neighbourhoods and other users.

Making connection between streets and mass orientation


S IT E

Arranging elevations and masses, opening the corridor and getting people in

PLA N

Form changes according to the visual collective memory of Izmir


TYPOLOGY ANALYSIS

USER ACTIVITIES IN THE STREETS

ILLUSTRATION OF BUILDING TYPOLOGY AND USER ACTIVITIES

ILLUSTRATION OF BUILDING TYPOLOGY AND USER ACTIVITIES #2


03 | PUBLIC CATALYST | COMMUNITY CENTER

Axonometric View (Exterior Look)

Axonometric View | Level 2 (+6.00)

Axonometric View | Level 1 (+3.00)

Axonometric View | Level 0 (0.00)

Axonometric View | Level -1 (-3.00)

Axonometric View | Level -2 (-6.00)


CLOSED AREA CIRCULATION OPEN AREA CIRCULATION

LEVEL +6.00

LEVEL +3.00

WEST ELEVATION


03 | PUBLIC CATALYST | COMMUNITY CENTER

LEVEL 0.00

LEVEL -3.00 (BIGGER SCALE FOR GROUND RELATIONS)

SECTION EE “DETAILED”

SECTION CC

SECTION DD


SCENARIO #1: PUBLIC CATALYST

SCENARIO #2: COSMOPOLITE COMMUNITY

SCENARIO #3: ATTRACTING DIFFERENT USER PROFILE


03 | PUBLIC CATALYST | COMMUNITY CENTER


CONNECTION DETAILS (KNOTS)

BAR

PIN

SKELETON

KNOT PANEL


04 | HYPERBOLIC PARABOLOID | DESIGNING FREE FORM SHELL

GENERAL GRASSHOPPER DEFINITION

DEFINITION OF CREATING OVERALL FORM

DEFINITION OF KNOT DISTRIBUTION


P U B L IC H U B S MODULAR DESIGN 1st Year Second Term Project

PROJECT TYPE: Modular Semi Open Area Design INSTRUCTOR: Ayse Arkon DATE: Feb - May 2016 LOCATION: Ali Çetinkaya Boulevard | Alsancak | Izmir WORK TYPE: Individual

A N G L E S

A ND

F O R M S


05 | PUBLIC HUBS | MODULAR DESIGN


05 | PUBLIC HUBS | MODULAR DESIGN


RE S O NATOR M ACH IN E SEISMIC DESIGN Earthquake and Buildings Experiment

REPORT With the experimentation, it is seen that resonance mainly related with height of the building and its mass. If the building’s height is bigger, the period will be longer, and when the eartquake’s period is long, the probability of resonance increases. On the other hand, resonance frequency could be changed with mass. If a mass is placed on the building which is resonating, its frequency is going to change. In addition, when the mass increases, the period of the building is going to be longer.


06 | RESONATOR MACHINE | EARTHQUAKE AND BUILDINGS EXPERIMENT

MATERIALS DC Motor, 12V Cable Adaptor, 12V Shaking Base, 15cm x 25cm Slider, 2cm Diameter Floors, 1mm Foamboard, 7.5cm x 7.5cm Columns, 1mm Foamboard (Without styrofoam)

Regulator, Frequency Changer Highest Building Model, 30cm Height, 3 Stories

Middle Height Building Model, 20cm Height, 2 Stories

Lowest Building Model, 10cm Height, 1 Story

DC Motor

Slider


Mustafa Nejat Çankaya I was born in 1997 and raised in Izmir, Turkey. I graduated from Yasar University with 100% scholarship where I hold the Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture. One of my interest is how ideas, thoughts and words can be stimulated with architecture. Also in life I like sport activities, music, psychology and personal development. In my leisure time, I write a blog where I share my experiences in architecture school for architecture students. nejat_cankaya@hotmail.com Izmir / Turkey +90 553 233 76 19

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