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Future is Past Vol.1 Sketchbook 1.2 Page; 28,29 The future is possible only by progress and the level of luxury and comfort life of the bourgeous class is only criteria for assessment of that progress Under the name of mass production, replacing high technological products with manpower is the symbol of our development. And our skyscrapers that carry us to “high" from the ground is the greatest invention of our age. I think in our world either way we have to be on the rise for progress. Do you think that this fast, rich and fertile life form can really make us happy? or should we take a break from this extravagation and retreat to the essence? Which is the right time, whether the past that our old fashinoned values; trust, kindness and purity didin’t die away or our so-called future that the essence replaced with the world of the spectacle. The past is not located under the future, the hierarchical system of our world is not working here. It is only an illusion to progress or regress. There is only good life here and we can reach it by not only rising but also descending. And the future will probably never come, because it has already passed.

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Do you think that this fast, rich and fertile life form can really make us happy?

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Space Habitation

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Space Habitation Vol.1 Sketchbook 1.2 Page; 30,31

Throughout history “Uknown” 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 being exists, the habitat which they occupied has/had(?) become uninhabitable. We have began to understand the world ‘recycling’ while the earth has came near to its end 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 escpe to. We have contaminated our space in order to make our lives 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 rcycling them in to architectural elements.

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Playground

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Playground Vol.1 Sketchbook 1.2 Page; 20,21 “Geç modernitenin başarıya ve performansa odaklı öznesi, kendi dışındaki bir iktidar kurumunun baskısına maruz kalmadığı ölçüde özgürdür. Ama gerçekte bir kul kadar da özgürlükten yoksundur. Dış baskı nihayet aşıldığında, içerdeki basınç devreye girer. Başarıya ve performansa odaklı yaşayan özne, bir depresyon geliştirir. Şiddet azalmadan sürmektedir. Yalnız ağırlık noktası içeriye kaymıştır.” Byung-Chun Han’ın yukarıdaki metninde bahsettiği gibi yaşamın akışında büyük etkisi olan stres ve depresyonun en büyük sebebinin, bu geç modernite bireylerinin tek odak noktası haline gelmiş olan başarı ve performans hırsından kaynaklandığı söylenilebilir. Ve sonuç olarak da bu konuyu derinlemesine ele aldığımızda, bu dönemin öznesinin bu denli başarıya ve performansa odaklanmasının tek ve yegane sebebinin -kent hayatının, insanları içine dahil edebilmesinin tek koşulu olan- iş hayatı olduğunu çıkarabiliriz.Bu nedenle bu projede iş hayatını kendi sınırları içerisinden çıkarıp, hayatın içine nasıl akabileceğini araştırmaktır.

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The Manifestation

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The Manifestation of An Architecture of Disorientation Vol.2 Sketchbook 33. Page; 2

The research into architectural dazzle objects sought to transform how the landscape in which those objects had been places could be reinterpreted and newly understood.

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The research into architectural dazzle objects sought to transform how the landscape in which those objects had been places could be reinterpreted and newly understood.

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The Outpouring of Something

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Imaginary Landscape

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The image of the citThe image oThe image of the city is a much visual, perceptual construction as it is an architectural one. This is because in one sense a place can only be understood in its “imageability”the quality of quality of physical space that evokes an image in the eye of the observer. An architectural image is not a unique view, a still frame, or a stjone. This is because in one sense a place can only be understood in its “imageabilty of physical space that evokes an image in the eye of the observer. An architectural image is not a unique view, a still frame, or a static construct, for it endlessly changes, shifts, and evolves in representation.

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