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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO FULYA KOÇ

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FULYA KOC fulya.kcc@gmail.com +90 544 941 00 40

EDUCATION Middle East Technical University, Ankara, TR Bachelor of Architecture 2013-2019 K覺rsehir Anatolian High School, K覺rsehir, TR Secondary Education 2009-2013 K覺rsehir Cumhuriyet Primary School, K覺rsehir, TR Primary Education 2001-2009

LANGUAGES English Turkish

Advanced Mother Tongue

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SKILLS -AutoCad -Revit Architecture -Rhinoceros 3D -Grasshopper -SketchUp -3Ds Max -Adobe Potoshop -Adobe Illustrator -Adobe InDesign -Unity 3D -Microsoft Office

EXPERIENCES A Architectural Design Office | Intern architect Luxera GĂźnesli Residential Project Tashkent Shopping Center June 2017-August 2017 YDA Group | Intern architect Park Avenue Residential Project Understanding physical organization of construction sites, construction works and techniques June 2016-August 2016 METU Summer Practice | Intern student Introduction to building materials and techniques, introduction to surveying equipment, different measurement techniques, topographical and building documentation procedures and their applications. June 2015-August 2015 WELTER ATALIER | Designer Designing for the fabrication of wall art deco.

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CONTENTS 01 An Urban Creative Pole in Bayraklı

pp. 6-17

02 The Mound, The City and The Sea: Rethinking The Future CBD and Waterfront

pp. 18-31

03 Paşa Limanı Anonymous Theatre Organisation

pp. 32-45

04 Accommodation for New Higher Education Campus in Universities District

pp. 46-57

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AN URBAN CREATIVE POLE IN BAYRAKLI 6


Location Studio Date Supervisors

Bayraklı, Izmir, Turkey Architectural Design VI Spring 2018-2019 Cânâ Bilsel, Eren Başak, Koray Pekeriçli, Merve Öztürk, Duygu Simser

DESCRIPTION The project is located at a unique multilayered site in Bayraklı, Izmir where there are no distinctive boundaries. The site is occupied in an old industrial area that will soon be the new center of the city due to its characteristic urban realms such as the developing CBD, the Aegean Sea, Bornova Stream and the historical site “Smyrna”. Keeping in mind the distinctive identity of the site, this project focuses on connecting all these valuable charecteristics to further enhance and guide to create a new creative urban pole. Creative industires have always had a major impact in guiding the social and cultural industiries; amoung them the influence of digital media in todays world cannot be ignored. Digital media has a strong effect on the society and gives publicity to creative sectors that is beyond the boundaries of the site. Along with the developing CBD an hand in hand establishment of a media center will supplement the vision of Izmir to become a future design city. Futhermore the foundation of this landmark will create an all inclusive atmosphere for people to meet, socialize anf exchange information between different social groups by flexible uses.To further assist these ideas the form chosen reciprocates with its surroundings while influencing both the physical and social environment. Hence, the project utilizes the given site values where boundaries are blurred but, along with the potential of digital media in the society and a structure that functions both as a catlysyst for creative interaction as well as an incubator for the physical and social diversity it creates a harmonious innovative urban hub.

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CONCEPT

historical site residential area

residential area project site & old piyale factory

central business district old industrial site

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CBD n with relatio

auditorium lobby

public space near the CBD

broadcast(studios, offices)

auditorium

vis u rela al an tion d p wit hysi c ht he al sea

public space near the smyrna

cafes & restaurants

production spaces

production spaces

digital media offices workshop

library and education

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gallery space

public attraction

broadcast offices

broadcast studios cafes & restaurants

museum

didital art museum

auditorium

auditorium lobby

visu rela al an tion d p wit hysic hs my al rna

public space near the stream

digital media studios

digital & museum library & education museum

cafes & restaurants digital media (production) workshop gallery spaces


PLANS

PARTIAL DRAWINGS

auditorium -5.00 floor plan

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D

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auditorium +5.00 floor plan

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museum -3.00, +5.00 floor plan

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media tower office +15.00, +20.00, +25.00 floor plan

production space +10.00 floor plan

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C’

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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B’

D’ 4

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5 6

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A’ 10

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1.museum 2.digital art museum 3.auditorium 4.media tower (broadcast studios)

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5.library 6.education spaces 7.workshop 8.production spaces (offices and studios)

9.workshop 10.art gallery 11.production spaces (studios) 12.cafes and restaurans 13.cafes and restaurans


SECTIONS

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SECTION AA’

SECTION BB’

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’

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LIFE

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LIFE

view from digital media center

view from museum

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view from workshop

view from auditorium foyer

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THE MOUND, THE CITY AND THE SEA: Rethinking The Future CBD and Waterfront 18


Location Studio Date Supervisors Group members

Bayraklı, Izmir, Turkey Architectural Design V Fall 2018-2019 Cânâ Bilsel, Eren Başak, Koray Pekeriçli, Serdar Erişen, Duygu Simser Hande Karataş, Necdet Ayık

DESCRIPTION The term “Heterotopia” basically means the other tissue. It was initially mentioned by Michel Foucault, who is a French historian and philosopher. To interpret this concept in line with this project, the inherently born tissue within societies/cities which mirror their identities and anomalies, continuously feed off from the surroundings and grow in a constant state; forming new tissues within itself, lets the users be main actors. Since the project site is in Bayraklı, Izmir, heterogeneous patterns of highrise, industry and residential units are physically forced to be together and coexist without any kind of relation with each other. The project seeks solutions to the problems of heterogeneously existing patterns, socioeconomic disparity, spatial segregation and strict borders by creating a new tissue in which all these parameters can coexist, interact and feed off each other. This new tissue brings the tissues of defined characters surrounding the site together and forms an alienated tissue to the outside while reflecting the outside at the same time. In that sense, these tissues are extended into the site letting them grow from their center, gradually meeting and spreading into each other to form a layered structure so that they are constantly feed off each other. Where all tissues meet, is the place of collision in which the verticality is born. It is the threshold of the site which hosts all of the functions and characters in the surroundings are shaped by the contributions of urban actors. Furthermore, to attract the urban actors in an alienated tissue the urban network, called “armatures” is shaped. In Grahame Shane’s interpretation of heterotopias, armatures are basically the paths and connections between different tissues, but in this project they would not only be a walking path, but also a space for socialization, circulating both horizontally and vertically by forming open/closed public spaces as they meet the ground and the structures that are formed.

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ANALYSIS

figure ground of surrounding districts of Bayraklı

figure ground of Bayraklı

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PROGRAM COLLAGE

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CONCEPT

CONCEPTUAL PLAN

This coneptual respresents the different urban tÄąssues that incorporate the various characteristcs, functions and density in the site area. The textured patterns showcase the heterogenity towards the core of the site, centrally dissolving into a more homogeneous one. The intersecting cracks display the embracing of the surrounding people where the included circles are the important landmarks.

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HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL DEVELOPMENT

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central

commercial

education

vertical distribution and connection of green

residential

vertical distribution and connection of armatures

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SECTIONS LIFE

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LIFE

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Paşa Limanı Anonymous Theatre Organisation 32


Location Studio Date Supervisors

Paşa Limanı, Istanbul, Turkey Architectural Design IV Spring 2017-2018 Mustafa Haluk Zelef, Hasan Okan Çetin, Gülnur Güler

DESCRIPTION The historical Usküdar Tekel Stages which were built as tobacco storage are located on the seashore within the Fethipaşa Grove. This project occupies a site surrounded by trees at the lowest point of the sloped grove and it is blocked by the historical Tekel stages from the seaside. The aim is to create a complex of a variety of venues for theatre and cinema working along with the historical Tekel Stages. Moreover, to create a completely accessible public space where people can gather is the compelling part of this project because of the concealed space between the topography, trees and historical buildings. To achieve absolute accessibility the design idea starts with connecting all entrance points of the site by pursuing the traces of topography and trees. The project act as a missing part of a puzzle in which it embeds itself into its surroundings by allowing occupiable rooftops. Other than the traditional closed stage, the project offers outdoor venues which users can be active.

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ANALYSIS, CONCEPT ANALYSIS & CONCEPT

distribution of trees

site section

Üsküdar Tekel Sahnesi & Pasalimalimanı Un Fabrikası

Fethipasa Korusu

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MOVEMENT AND FORM DEVELOPMENT

movement

form development

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SITE PLAN

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model photo

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PLANS

B’

A A’

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SECTIONS

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SECTION AA’

SECTION BB’

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LIFE

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Accommodation for New Higher Education Campus in Universities District 46


Location Studio Date Supervisors

Bilkent, Ankra, Turkey Architectural Design III Fall 2017-2018 Haluk Zelef, Hasan Okan Çetin, Zuhal Acar

DESCRIPTION

The main idea and purpose of this project is enhancing student social life and creating a sense of community. The fact that the site is surrounded by roads, residential and institutional buildings results in insufficient spaces for students to socialize. Hence, due to the poor environmental conditions for campus life, the accommodation units are located by shaping the open spaces inbetween them and these open social spaces are connected with a common bridge. This bridge is one of the key elements of this project as it separates the entrance of the accommodation units and envelops social spaces at ground level while connecting them and enabling for a transition from horizontal to vertical movement by the use of vertical tower elements. These towers carry the social life from horizontal to vertical where recreation rooms are collected into vertical towers to foster social vibrancy into units.

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CONCEPT

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graduate students under graduate students hotel social spaes bridge

academics

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PLANS DRAWINGS

SITE PLAN

PARTIAL DRAWINGS

auditorium -5.00 floor plan

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D

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auditorium +5.00 floor plan

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museum -3.00, +5.00 floor plan

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media tower office +15.00, +20.00, +25.00 floor plan

production space +10.00 floor plan

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GROUND GROUND FLOOR FLOOR PLANS PLAN

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D’ 4

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5 6

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A’ 10

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1.museum 2.digital art museum 3.auditorium 4.media tower (broadcast studios)

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5.library 6.education spaces 7.workshop 8.production spaces (offices and studios)

9.workshop 10.art gallery 11.production spaces (studios) 12.cafes and restaurans 13.cafes and restaurans


FLOOR PLANS

unit for 4 student

unit for 2 student under graduate ground floor plan

under graduate typical floor plan

studio unit

graduate ground floor flan

graduate typical floor flan

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1+1 unit


2+1 unit

1+1 unit academics ground floor plan

academics typical floor plan

double unit

triple unit

hotel ground floor plan

hotel typical floor plan

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1+1 unit


SECTIONS LIFE

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axonometric section I

axonometric section II

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LIFE

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