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PROJECT 1 A S KY S C R A P E R F U L L O F R O O M M A T E S

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PROJECT 2 T I M E R E G U L A T I ON I N S T I U T E

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PROJECT 3 P H I L O S H O P HY A N D Y O G A I N S T I U T E

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PROJECT 4 M A S T E R P L A N S T U DY

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2015/16 FALL

2016/17 SPRING

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2 0 1 5/ 1 6 S P R I N G

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PROJECT 5 COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN 2015/16 SPRING

PROJECT 8 OTHER WORKS 2017/18 FALL

2015/16 SPRING

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PROJECT 7 DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH

2014/15 SUMMER

2016/17 FALL

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PROJECT 6 WOOD ATELIER

PROJECT 9 PROFESSIONAL WORK 2017/18 FALL


A S KY S C R A P E R FULL OF ROOM MATES 2016/17 SPRING

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GRAGRADUADUATION TION E X E H IXB-I HIBITION TION

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-awarded with outstanding project by IEU -awarded by izmir smd graduation project compettiton


A S KY S C R A P E R FULL OF ROOMMATES Home typologies that we live in has big impact on our lives. The walls between us do not allow us to get together enough. Only movement in the buildings that has vertical circulation is between the floor people live in and the ground floor so the proposal was breaking walls in between us in order to integrate spaces and create new circulation order. The inspiration point comes from works and writings of Lebbeus Woods. He stated that walls are meant to separate, that is true. After all, it is an essential mission of the architect to ‘define space’, which means to construct limits, edges, boundaries that carve out particular pieces of undifferentiated space for human purposes


Walls of many different shapes and materials are prime means at the architect’s disposel and we are used to thinking of them as dividers between one side and another In this project, . rather than separating people’s lives withs sharp edges, free spaces were designed to serve different purposes in the direction of the will of people that can be used by everyone. These areas are not exclusive to a single family unit rather these places where you can meet with the upper floor neighbor or other neighbor who sitting below.


F O R M FINDING PROCESS

The structure includes private areas besides the free spaces Private areas are used for needs such as sleeping and hygiene whereas the free spaces can be used as living space and working space or these spaces can vary according to people's willingness. this system is questioning new possible social models by creating free space that hold us more together by breaking old house typologies Another important point in the project is the core system. This core serves both circulation system and publicity. This core is like a street because the free spaces are located around the core and there is no other walls between the core and the free spaces so people who move in the skyscraper always in relationship between people who use spaces around the core.


C L O C L O SS EE- U P U P V I EW S

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“People from every social class inhabit freespaces-whoever has the desire of necessity to transform their everyday patterns of life from fixed to the fluid. For the most part, it will be people who find the old hierarchical orders too uncomfortable too oppresive to stay in. -Lebbeus Woods


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“People from every social class inhabit freespaces-whoever has the desire of necessity to transform their everyday patterns of life from fixed to the fluid.


T I M E R E G U L A T I ON INSTIUTE 2016/17 FALL

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ONE DIMENSIONÂ LOWER Some of the most interesting material phenomena occur at critical points of intensity. The familiar sequence of states of matter, Gas-Liquid-Solid, illustrates in its own humble way the spontaneous micro-architectural changes that matter undergoes at these critical points.


T I M E REGULATION INSTIUTE

PART 2 Institutions are the control systems with the accompanying bureaucracies. Not only does it produce rules that dictate how the society will behave to its individuals; They also reflect the values society holds. The project re-examines the concept of the institution with the understanding of the institution that ahmet hamdi tanpÄąnar wants to establish in the novel "time adjustment institute" to form the concept of time.


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F I N D I N G D E I NS G P FR I ON C S P RFOI N C DEI SN SG PROCESS By referring to the movements and positions of the stars, the project allows the sky to be confined, allowing people to perceive time with different star maps at different times in the same location while watching the movements of the stars.


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SPATIAL QUSPATIAL QUAALITY OF INLITY OF INTETERIOR AND RIOR AND EXTEEXTERIOR RIOR SPACES SPACES


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STRATEFORMAL GY OF STRATEGY THE BUILOF THE DING BUILDING

The concept phase of the design began with how people perceive time. By referring to the movements and positions of the stars, the project allows the sky to be confined, allowing people to perceive time with different star maps at different times in the same location while watching the movements of the stars.


P H I L O S H O P HY A N D YOGA INSTIUTE 2 0 1 5 / 16 S P R I N G

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PP LLA A N A A NN A LA Y S ILS N YSIS The aim of the design is integration of mind soul and body. Because if you want to be a good person, firstly you should discover yourselves in all ways which are body, mind and soul. These 3 concepts represented by a philosophy, yoga and ballet in the building. The design methodology is to create a form by inspiring from yoga poses. Essential yoga poses are analyzed and then they came together acoording to their flow. Plan of the building was created with regarding to this process .


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FORMAL STRATEGY F O R MOF AL T H E STRATEGY B L OFU I THE DING BUILDING Descartes noted that the testimony of the senses with respect to any particular judgment about the external world may turn out to be mistaken. Things are not always just as they seem at first glance to be. In order to make people experience that illusion is another important point of the project. Thanks to glasses and their positions, people are able to meet lots of reflections. For example when the one expecting to see yourself in the mirror, he/she may see somebody else’s reflection. Seeing may turn out to be mistaken. Things are not always just as they seem like Descartes said.


MASTERPLAN S T U DY 2 0 1 5 / 16 S P R I N G

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F O R M FORM F I N D I N G P RI O S F N CDE IS N

G P R O C E S S NEW PROPOSAL :

PHILOSOPHY AND SPORT FACILITY MASTERPLAN STUDY Redesigning the existing masterplan of IZMIR UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES & STRATEGIES 1.INTEGRATION OF PHILOSOPHY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 2.LEARNING WITH NATURE 3.SELF-KNOWLEDGE 4.PUBLIC ACCESS 5.DIFFERENT LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS 6.PEDESTRIAN PRIORITY 7.HOMOGENIC CAMPUS VISION STATEMENT The new campus will create the opportunity to train body, mind and soul for our citizens who are students and the residents of Balรงova, which we believe we can make a significant contribution where people can come to find and discover themselves


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SOME OF THE PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTION IN MASTERPLAN A. PARKING PROBLEMS; The lack of parking areas create high density of vehicles around the campus which leads traffic jam. B. GREEN SPACE USAGE PROBLEM: The campus has a lot of unused or not well-organized green spaces which creates a feeling like there is no green space around the campus C. CIRCULATION PROBLEMS IN THE CAMPUS: Because of the topography the circulation between those buildings are not enough and easy A. PARKING SOLUTION: Parking areas are multiplied and distributed in the edges of the campus as a boundary. B. GREEN SPACE USAGE SOLUTION: By distributing buildings in the campus site and organizing the pathways, green spaces has more attractive points and alive. C. CIRCULATION SOLUTION IN CAMPUS: New access lines located at the topography problem is solved with a specialized flying pathways (form the steepest part) and horizontally elongated pathways.

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F I N A L I N A L PROPOSAL PROPOSAL


COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN 2015/16 SPRING

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C O M P E T I T I O NAL DESIGN COURSE


D I A G R& MAO DM S ULES When sliders change, volumes and relationship between units are altering. Two dimensional flat sheet of paper transforming into three dimensional object with paper volume. With are doing them micro-controller surfaces and volumes are getting active. The connection of solid and void are shown with shade and shadows While units are less altering, volumes are changing in more dynamic way Different units are getting together with different scale and proportions. Several changes of modifications occur with thickness change of material


DENSITY: 0.93 gram/cm3 VOLUME: 7500cm3

VOLUME The main objective of this computional course is to gain the intellectual skills that are necessary within the realm of digital design practice in architecture. The ways of computational thinking is introduced and experienced through exercises which focus on computational problem solving, cognitive models, generative systems, shape grammars, spatial configurations and design tool development. The volume was created in both digital and physical interphases. Thanks to grasshopper, the behaviour of volume was also observed digitally.


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DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH

PART 1 CHAPEL : DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH Is there any space which acts the same for everyone and if so then What makes that space SACRED ? Architects have the ability to transform people’s lives through the changes they make in their environments. Sacred is always a revelation

JUMPSTART Introduction to Architectural Design UCLA Architecture & Urban Design Summer 2015 Director: Georgina Huljich Instructors: Jia Gu, Alex Maymind, Emma Price, Constance Vale Teaching Assistants: Isabel Deakin, Jamie Kleine, Ingrid Lao, Anna Meloyan THE CHAPEL OF THE HAND PROGRAM 2000 square feet-gathering space 250 square feet- Administration 150 square feet- Restrooms 150 square feet- Entry vestibule Roughly 25’ cubic volume -Abstract Site -Monolith -Singular Program Interior/ Exterior -Freestanding Object -Poche -Rough Diamond overt iconographic or symbolic content.

They were formed according to the pattern of language.These patterns can be designed or built- the patterns which define the individual buildings and the space between buildings They were formed according to the pattern of language.These patterns can be designed or built- the patterns which define the individual buildings and the space between buildings.


FORM F I N D I N G P R O C E S S The most important factor which makes the space sacred is light. It is the reason for people to move. This chapel was designed to move people by light. The ramp takes you to let have the sky which has most dense sunlight.

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1. Abstract the chapel into a more primitive rough diamond language 2. Create a taxonomy that can adapt to various programmatic requirements and shifts in size and scale 3. Compose, arrange, and assemble the parts to arrive the small building

Specific Site Family of (Roughly) Three Parts Multiple, Specific Programs Part / Whole Framed by an existing buildings Connections Rough Diamonds SMALL Cafe Kitchen Total

250 square feet 300 square feet 1950square feet

MEDIUM Artists Studio 450 square feet Gallery 250 square feet LARGE Bookshop Storage

650 square feet 150 square

The goal is to develop the language of the rough diamond to work across multiple scales in order to create both continuity and difference amongst the parts STEPS

Key Characteristics: - Maintains hierarchy of a central space - Equal attention to remaining void space - Conteiner / Contained ( frame for object)


WOOD ATELIER 2 0 1 5 / 16 F A L L

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F ORRMM FO F I N D I N G P R O C E S S

F I N D I N G P R O C E S S The building is atelier of wood art. Master analysis the geometry of nature and apprentices and novices form wood according to these analysis. This wood form is used for small home decoration.In the building there are 3 main parts which are for working, guests and living space for master, apprentices and novices. And these 3 main parts mixed according to the theme of intersection. In the working area there are production spaces, form making space and workshop area. In space for guests, there are exhibition area and coffee shop. In space for living area, there are bedrooms, living room kitchen and library.

Besides the project, I wondered the potential of the triangulation to create a form


R E L RELA A T I TION OBETWEEN N BETWEEN MATERIAL AND FUNCTION

MATERIAL AND FUNCTION

The story is reanalyzed and according to this analysis a collage was created. Some shapes or parts of the collage were taken to determine the concepts of the collage. And then 4 concepts which are intersection, getting closed , perception and enlargement were determine. Based on the 4 concepts three spaces which are view, contemplate and communication for large, medium and small groups were created. pathways (form the steepest part) and horizontally elongated pathways.


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0 8 O T H E OTHER R WORKS WO R K SR O J E C T 8 P 2017-present

13. YOUNG ARCHITECTS COMPETITION Throughout history “Unknown”has been a concept which has stimulated the intention for learning and which has enabled scientific development. While scientific research aims to search for the unknown and produce fresh knowledge, it interprets the already known by raising and questioning new unknown issues. In this framework the disciplinary development of architecture may be possible through researching new unknowns on the basis of existing knowledge and shedding light on them As long as human beings exist, the habitat which they occupied has/had(?) become uninhabitable. We have began to understand the word 'recycling' while the earth has came near to it’s end and we were too late to save the Earth. We had to explore the space because we could not get rid of the wastes which we produced. However, we realized that we have already polluted the space that we were trying to escape to. We have contaminated our space in order to make our lifes easier in earth. We have begun to acquire the most important lesson of the world's end, "Recycling" as philosophy. We used the space garbage that we created to form the space by recycling them in to architectural elements.


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PROFESSIONAL WORK w/ urban atelier


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SPECIAL FEATURES


CAST WORKSHOP /participation 0 2 STUFFED -IN MEF UNIVERSITY 8-12 november 2017 PROCESS 0 1 CONSTRUCTION in collobration with “fibrebeton”

0 3 DESIGN WEEK EXHIBITION

21-22 november 2017 /as a tutor


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