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Gökçenur Yazar Hi, I am a 3 year architecture student with a high motivation to learn, produce and design

Education

Experience

Volunteering

2016-2021 TED University Faculty of Architecture Global Citizenship Secondary Field Cumulative GPA: 3,83

2018-2019 TED University Corporate Communications Unit Work Study Scholarship Graphic Design / Internship

2016-2018 TED University Corporate Communications Unit Shuttle Student Staffed Creative Agency

2015-2016 Özel Keçiren Sınav Lisesi

2019 June-July Gökyol Construction Industry Demetevler Oral and Dental Health Care Center Construction Internship

2019 August Zühal Ekinci Architecture Office Internship

2012-2015 Betül Can Anatolian High School

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Contact +90 535 607 89 50 gokcenur.yazar@tedu.edu.tr yazargokcenur@wordpress.com Ankara / Turkey

Skills Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign AutoCAD Sketch Up Rhino Photography Sketching

2019 June-July Nesam Construction SUIT Çayyolu Construction Internship

Languages Turkish - Native English - Advanced Spanish - Elementary

2018-... The VOID Magazine Visual designer / Writer


Conceptual Construct

A Study In Pink

GAPS Habitation Environment

ARCH 101

ARCH 102

ARCH 201

Photography

Graphic Design

Library In Reference ARCH 202

Gaziantep Culinary Center ARCH 301


Achieving the togetherness of two contrasting concepts in one construct was the main aim of the project. Sparsity and density concepts were achieved by various tactics considering the amount of linear or planar elements. A smooth integration zone between parts was created by larger planar elements and their connections was not alienated from the inner connections. Azize Elif Yabacı|Bilge İmamoğlu|Gökhan Kınayoğlu|Heves Beşeli

Sparse Dense Integration elements

Taking role in both parts (integration elements)

Integration of contrasting qualities (sparse and dense)

Section A-A


Grid II

Grid I

Grid III

Field II

Grid II

Field I

Diameter

Grid I

Variety of spatial experiences Grid III

Enriched by gathering different 3D grids Include only one type of 3D grid Section B

The main problem of the project is defining a strategy and planning the integration between varying spaces and a field. Creating controlled chaos by overlapping three-dimensional grids in the intersection part of fields provided various space definitions and spatial experiences. The spaces close to the chaotic zone where three grids overlapped, the denser spatial experiences get. Azize Elif Yabacı|Bilge İmamoğlu|Gökhan Kınayoğlu|Heves Beşeli

Section C

Section A

Section D

Section E

Section F


Ground Floor Plan

Designing a dominant public space at the entrance level of the project and distributing the private program functions through upper floors was the starting point. Angular walls follow the topography lines. Spatial relations between program functions were achieved by level differences. The structural and thicker blue wall as the key element of the whole design divides the building into two, but also allows penetration and transition between parts. Inner circulation is also organized by and around it. Vertical volumes of two main public spaces rise at the two sides of the blue wall. Başak Uçar|Onur Yüncü|Özgün özçakır|Seray Türkay

Mezzanine Floor Plan


First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


Ground Floor

First Floor

Cafe/Restaurant Event/Exhibition Center Kitchen WC Staired street

Semi-open Space Staired Street

The project aims to practice architectural referencing and analyzing possible precedents in the frame of library design. The starting point was to integrate the reflection of shifting floors to outer form ( Seattle Central Library by OMA) with a free plan organization around dynamic vortex-like atrium (Sir Duncan Rice Library by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects). Shifting/rotating floors provide a variety of vertical spatial relationships and a flexible tensile facade articulation makes the whole building like a dynamic vortex. The staired street divides the building into two at the ground level (BLOX by OMA) where public functions housed. Bookshelves in the floors provide a continuous flow by curvilinearity (library@orchard by New Space Architects). Bilge İmamoğlu|Onur Yüncü|Özgün özçakır|Seray Türkay

Second Floor

Third Floor

Working area Information Desk WC

Individual working area Bookshelves Puffs/Chilling


Fifth Floor

Fourth Floor Individual working area Bookshelves Information desk

Management office Personnel desks Meeting room Service kitchen Storage WC


B B A Karatarla Mosque

Management

Dining Hall - Restaurants

Lobby Dining hall

A Entrance lobby

Open-air dining hall

Spectator area

Şeker Khan

Entrance lobby

Kitchen lab

Open-air dining hall

Kitchen lab

Rooms

Shop

First Floor

Kitchen Lab - Production Shop

Exhibition hall

C

Storage

C

Classes

Shop Auditorium

Service entrance

Exhibition hall

C

Shop

Exhibition hall

B

C

Shop

Carpark entrance

Entrance lobby

A

Shop

B

Hacı Nasır Mosque

Auditorium

Auditorium - Mosques Shop

A Exhibition hall

B

A

Lobby

Accomodation - Imam House

Ground Floor Rooms

Designing a culinary center in the historical quarter of Gaziantep by considering the historical, morphological, socio-economic, climatic and various contextual input was the main challenge. The initial idea is to maintain the continuity of existing circulation components through the site. The main axis flows through the site. The program includes gastronomy center, accommodation, management, education classes, shops, dining hall, auditorium, exhibition space and more. Locations of functions are decided by land use pattern analysis and it matches the functions in the program with the functions scattered around the site. Fill-in strategy and circulation approaches allow the project to emerge as a small-scaled inner reflection of the larger context. The geometry of fragmented blocks references the angles of continuing streets. East and west fragments are connected in the south entrance s the inner street creates a sense of courtyard. Gaziantep regional stone texture complies well with black andesit facade cladding. Azize Elif Yabacı|Can Aker|Esatcan Coşkun|Namık Günay Erkal|Onur Özkoç|Onur Yüncü

A

C

B

Second Floor

C


Andesite facade cladding

Stone wall texture

Section A

Section B

Section C

West Elevation

East Elevation

North Elevation


Ground Floor

First Floor

Cafe/Restaurant Event/Exhibition Center Kitchen WC Staired street

Semi-open Space Staired Street

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Gökçenur Yazar | TED Univesity Architecture

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Gökçenur Yazar | TED Univesity Architecture

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