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2013-2019 Mavi Deniz Koรงak Selected Works


Mavi Deniz Koçak Education

Working Experience

MEF Schools (Istanbul, Turkey)

Emre Arolat Architects (Istanbul, Turkey)

Eyuboglu College (Istanbul, Turkey)

Four month internship on the second year of university along with university courses being taken online. Revision of CAD files and creation of excell sheets. Drafting of construction details along with studio superiors.

September 2001 - June 2009

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Turkish High School Diploma September 2009 - June 2013

Born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey. I have finished both my primary and high school education in Istanbul. Growing up in an advertisement bureau helped to form an interest and appreciation for the world of design.

IE University (Segovia, Spain) September 2013 - July 2019

Languages English (Native) Spanish (B2)

March 2017 - June 2017

Graphic

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Adobe Lightroom

Modeling / Rendering I am very eager to start my carreer as an architect. I am hoping to expand my architectural knowledge as well as becoming a great asset for the company. I am looking forward to work both in field as well as office.

Rhinoceros 3D Grasshopper Sketch-Up Vray

March 2018 - July 2018

Five month internship on the gap semester of university. Full time internship. Physical model making. CAD correction for various projects. 3D modeling for rendering, video-making, and competition. Photoshoping and illustration. Worked on 8 projects and in 4 different teams.

Drafting Model Making Table saw Jigsaw Power-tools Band saw

Competitions / Awards

Digital Fabrication

Koç Museum Youth Exhibition

Laser Cutter CNC Router 3D Printer

Worthy of being exhibited - May 2003

Hobbies / Interests Swimming

Training 4-5 times a week (2.5 - 3.5 km each day)

Playing piano

Playing for the last 12 years

Contact Information: +905388364840 mavidenizko@gmail.com mkocak.ieu2013@alumni.ie.edu

Four month internship on the forth year of university along with university courses being taken online. Product design and model making for Amazon. 3D modeling for ongoing and competition projects. CAD correction of construction documents. In charge of landscape and interior design proposal in a competition.

Tabanlıoğlu Architects (Istanbul, Turkey)

AutoCAD

Scan for Linkedin

(Ömer Kanıpak - Orhan Kolukısa) (Istanbul, Turkey) March 2016 - June 2016

DSC Group (Madrid, Spain)

Skills I chose to study architecture to become a polymath; A person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas. Since I am interested in product design, watch design, graphic design, literature, music and advertisement besides architecture.

Yercekim Architectural Photography

Four month internship on the third year of university along with university courses being taken online. Introduction to architectural photography, followed by study of photo essays. Apprenticeship in various commissioned sites.

Turkish (Native) I have graduated from IE University, School of Architecture and Design in Spain. Along with architectural design, I am also interested in urban design as well as architectural theory.

March 2015 - June 2015

Erguvan Environment Awards caricature contest Third place - 2007 “Nassa Cassini Scientist for a Day” essay contest Third place - 2011

Extensive research on random subjects

Private Darussafaka High School Mathematics Project contest

Beer and whisky tasting

Non-Architecture: “Showing”

From modern art to variations of ant colonies

Enthusiast of Isla whiskies and weissbeer

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Forth place - 2012

Published on official competition website - 2017


Index

Architectural Design Cuatro Caminos NO: 8 Design Studio 5 - Fall 2018 Professor: Cem Kayatekin

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“Just Park It” Design Studio 6 - Spring 2017 Professor: Pablo Oriol

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The Merger PFG (Final Project) - Fall & Spring 2019 Design professors: Matan Mayer - Fernando Rodriguez Construction Consultant: Rafael Iniguez de Ozono

Urban Design 17-18

Choke Point Urban Workshop III - Spring 2017 Professor: Juan Elvira

Product Design Chair Project (CNC) Computing: Digital Image and Virtual Space - Fall 2014 Professor: Ana Pla Catala Group: Mavi Deniz Koçak - Montserrat Gutierrez Luis Solis

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Chairs for People Advanced Seminars: Design - Fall 2018 Professor: Izaskun Chincilla

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Documentary 21

Introducing the Path of Don Quixote Experimentation Workshop II - Spring 2016

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1Cuatro Caminos NO: 8

Project Location: Cuatro Caminos (Madrid) Design Studio 5 - Fall 2018 Professor: Cem Kayatekin

This project is located on Cuatro Caminos, Madrid. The plot is currently used by “cocheras” which is the first garage and workshop space for the Madrid metro. Students were asked to propose projects involving mixed-use and social housing projects respecting the industrial heritage value of the “cocheras” and answering the emerging need of affordable housing in central Madrid. The initial investigation was made via graphical and contextual study of the existing hybrid architecture in order to offer a parallel mixed-used structure. This was followed by a research on the user typology and formation of housing units and mixed-use spaces. The project tries to tackle these issues in S,M,L scales being; Unit scale, block scale and the city scale. Site plan:

Urban topologies/scenarios found around the site:

housing undefined shop

gas station super market

underground parking

physiotheraphy clinic surface parking housing

surface parking

pool side-walk

underground parking

housing

museum

Longitudinal Section

playground

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Demographics of Cuatro Caminos:

Male spanish Male foreigner

Female spanish Female foreigner

User Types:

Student

White collar

Elderly

Families

Looking at the demographics of Cuatro Caminos, it is concluded that the site is mostly populated by young adults or university students. Although there are newly formed families residing around the site as well. Hence, 4 different unit types were designed aiming to serve the needs of different scenarios such as; Families or students living together. Unit types: 1.

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4. Site plan +10.00 Housing level is lifted from the street level for creating a passage within the block, connecting two main streets as well as separating private and public uses. It also aims to utilize the renovated “cocheras� workshops and street activity. 7 pillars acting as columns and connectors for the overall structure. Units are placed on the edges of the structure in order to maximize the sun light. Each floor plan is designed in order to harmonize the life styles of different users via placing like-sized units within the same floor.

1. Triple room unit 2. Single room unit 3. Double room unit 4. Dublex single room unit

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2“Just Park It”

Project Location: CDMX (Mexico City) Design Studio 6 - Spring 2017 Professor: Pablo Oriol

This project tries to produce an alternative for car related problems during the commuting hours in Mexico City in three different scales. Investigation starts with the medium scale. Cuernavaca railway, one of the most vehicle-dense area in Mexico City, is the primary focus area given by the professor. Initial mapping of the site showed that a large portion of the street was taken by cars for parking. It was suggested that this might be increasing traffic levels during commuting hours. Next step was selection of junction points within the tram line that can be used as mixed-used vertical parking lots. Aiming to minimize commuter’s car-based travel time via insertion of parking lots that also serve as vehicle hubs. Connecting other means of transportation in various junctions where commuters can park their cars and continue their journey via tram, bicycle or walking.

x > 15000 15000 > x > 13000

Population growth in CDMX (1950 - 2030)

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Demographics of CDMX

Average traffic on a Monday morning taken from Google Maps. Slow Medium Fast

Urban density of CDMX

Male

Female

Site: Cuernavaca Railway - Nearby parking spaces study and chosen junction points Railway Close-by parking (to tram line) Further parking (to tram line) Building blocks TRAFFIC in CDMX

ion Levels

Extra travel time

Morning peak:

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Evening peak:

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59 min per day

Highways:

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227 hour per year

Traffic in CDMX

work Length

Congestion levels Total:

Congestion level history

55.419 km

66%

Highways:

Congestion Level History

Morning peak: 96% Evening peak: 101%

Chosen junction: Avenida Marina Nacional This junction point is selected due to its complexity compared to the other ones across the tram line. It is connecting three main roads and a tram line making this space a hot spot for traffic as well as an ideal location for a vehicle exchange point.

1.050 km

Highways: 56% /% increase since last year Non-highways: 71% Non-highways: 54.369 km

People in Mexico City spends around 53 minutes on traffic during the day and 223 hours throughout the year. This time is mostly spent during commuting *According to www.tomtom.com hours. Most of the commuting is done through personal cars. Resulting in excessive amounts of parking spaces across the city. Hence there is an emerging need for other means of transportation for reducing car park spaces as well as congestion levels.

Area taken by parking spaces through Cuernavaca Railway: 324.140 m2

30.000 m2

3000 cars

7500 trees

= Excessive car park space can be used to plant trees.

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A vertical parking lot is placed on an empty plot that was being used as a parking space by the locals. The parking lot has a museum inside it and a leisure area on its top floor, aiming not only to act as a vehicle exchange point but also as a culture hub. Structure is made from reinforced concrete slabs using bubble deck in order to minimize costs. Concrete buttresses are used for maximizing the space and give a sense of transparency and lightness. Each floor slab has variation of circular openings for introducing daylight within the structure.

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Parking lot roof plan:

Photocollages:

Cross section:

Slab detail:

Construction Details-1.0

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1. Plastic balls (bubbles) 2. Rebars for stabilizing the plastic balls 3. Cast-in-situ concrete 4. 100 cm metal railings for protection 5. Cast-in-situ concrete column

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Longitudinal Section Cuernavaca Railway Path: Insertion of different modules

Going back to the medium scale, a family mixed-use parking lots are designed to fit into different junction scenarios happening across the Cuernavaca Railway. Each member of the family tries to adapt into the shape, demographics and the needs of the surrounding as well as offering enough parking space. Addition of multiple vertical parking lots on strategic locations aims to influence commuters on parking their vehicles and continuing their journeys via bicycles and tram.

Areas selected for parking lots across Cuernavaca railway:

JUST PARK IT.

“Just park it� not only focuses on increasing other means of transportation but also increasing the green space across the neighbourhood. Construction of high capacity vertical parking spaces would cancel out the street level parking allowing these spaces to become green areas.

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Mega-block System: Definition Zooming out to city planning level, the project tries to decrease traffic problems across Mexico City. This stage involves creation of zoning regulations for different neighbourhoods in CDMX. Mega-blocks are variation of high density and high traffic neighbourhoods. The system acts as pockets for every corner of a block. These corners are transformed into mix-use vertical parking lots (similar to Avenida Marina Nacional). Inner quarters of these blocks will not allow the entry of private cars. Resulting in an increase in bicycle use, street level activity, as well as reduction in traffic.

Current model

CO2 & NO

Limited bicycle access

CO2 && NO CO2 & NO

High levels of toxic gasses

CO2 & NO High traffic zone

After parking lots being introduced

CO2 & NO

Limited street level activity

CO2 && NO CO2 & NO Increase in bicycle use

Lower levels of toxic gasses

CO2 & NO Mega-block Example: Cuauhtemoc

Limit car access

*Red and green represent the level of traffic

Increase in street level activity

x16 Building block x155 Built structures Approx. 2000 people livings

Total area: 200.000 m² Pavement & roads: 30.500 m² Green space: 15.000 m²

CO2 , NO 40% increase in pedestrian space 60% increase in bicycle usage 38% reduction of dust particles

CO2 ,, NO CO2 , NO CO2 , NO

600 private, 100 public parking spaces provided 4 dB decrease in noise levels 42% decrease in toxic gas levels CDMX Intervention: Below are six different regions selected according to their traffic levels. Each intervention is made using the family of parking lots. This top down act, aims to control and lower the commuting hours and traffic across Mexico City.

Mega-blocks:

Iztapalapa

Iztacalco

Cuauhtemoc

Moderna

Nueva Tenochtitlan

Cuernavaca

Mexico City, selected neighbourhoods

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3The Merger

Project Location: Obando (Extramadura, Spain) PFG (Proyecto fin de Grado)/Final Project 2019 Professors: Matan Mayer/Fernando Rodriguez Construction Consultant: Rafael Iniguez de Ozono

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Extremadura is a region in western Spain Site map: bordering Portugal. Spanish government have tried to stimulate the region by creating different villages in the 50’s, yet the area suffers from migration. Students were asked to revive given villages by generating tourism. Obando is one of the smallest of all the villages, with a population of 210 (mostly elderly). It is an agriculture industry village surrounded by grain fields and three big factories, two of them focused on agriculture. Highly accessible because it is next to two highways. The town was built simultaneously with the old grain factory, and part of the funding was made by the factory itself. Yet Obando suffers an identity crisis. The town failed to improve harmoniously with technology. It fails neither to be an industrial land or an agriculture village. This results in more migration from the town as well as the region. In conclusion; Obando is abandoned. Mercoguadiana Producing : Agricultural services

Hotel Don Juan Two star hotel

Incado S.L Producing : Car parts Cooperative San Augistin de Obando Producing : Grain warehouse, fertilizers, cereals, olive oil

Land use of Obando: Pathfinding strategy:

Obando Incado 108.600 m2 Cooperative San Agustin de 14.960 m2 Obando 19.500 Mercoguadiana 29.750m2

Hotel don Juan 9550

Obando (urban) 108.600 m2

Water resources 55.779 m2 *280.800 m3 water PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

Waste 422.087

Meadow 414.468

Meadow 71.254 Olive 619.388

Obando’s grid vs the industries across the town.

Free formed road networks created by locals creating hot spots.

Hot spots areas. Mostly used for agricultural use such as; Parking space for vehicles, animal resting zones, spots to place harvest grain for short term storage.

These hots spots can be understood as nodes and attraction points. These nodes can be interconnected through following Obando’s grid plan. These hot spots are all connected to Cooperative San Agustin de Obando due to their agricultural functions as spaces.

Dryland 1.348.829 Obando 108.600 m2

Crops / Farming 2.876.026

Industry 73.760 Water resource 55.779

Obando 108.600

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7. Museum section one (Past methods of obtaining grain) 8. Museum section two (Area for locals of Obando to display their works) 9. Public Library (second floor) 10. Office spaces inside the first warehouse for locals, museum personal and warehouse workers 11. Gift shop

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Both the new museum building and the wa- Third floor plan: rehouse extension are built using steel construction. Massive PEB columns are chosen not only to give create an industrial space but also for increasing the span in the new museum building. Intervention to the existing warehouse is done through reconstruction of its truss system, allowing a path system to be hung. This separates the museum visitors from the PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION grain warehouse workers and keeps the warehouse function intact. The envelope of the new museum building is made out of glass curtain covered with PTFE. Creating a semi-transparent and light structure. As well as passively cooling the building with its façade. The PTFE façade is not used in certain areas for creating different view ports. Roof of the warehouse is also reconstructed using sandwich panels, and strategic openings are made to introduce induced light.

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4Choke Point

Project Location: Straight of Gibraltar (Spain) Urban Workshop III - Spring 2017 Professor: Juan Elvira

Choke point is about investigation of the Strait of Gibraltar. The name “choke point” comes from the current situation of the site. This crisis is caused by variation of agents; Migration, frontiers, control points, and the economy. The straight was mapped, investigating four different agents and their effects to the site. This was followed by a superimposition of these maps to see the dialogue between these agents (found below). A simulation game was created in order to test different scenarios that can occur on the site. The simulation game was designed according to different findings found during the mapping period. The game involves four players and each player can place chips below depending on their character sheets. The game is finished after 91 rounds and each character is observed at the end. Global economic crsis is selected, as a catastrophic scenario, to test the volatility of the site. Each period is shown on the map, and the final outcome is represented with a collage on the next page.

Spain Spain --- Algeciras Algeciras Spain Algeciras

ECONOMY ECONOMY ECONOMY

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Large Industries:

Monument

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Refugee Boats RefugeeBoats Boats Refugee Refugee Boats

Local news Localnews news Local Local news

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Ports:

World Cup:

Refugee Shelter:

+1 economy points every 5 +20 influence points. (If secuturns (+1, economy if around rity points are below 30 then a port/ -2 nature if around 5 -10 economy and security). blocks to any preserved area).

Beaches:

+2 tourism and nature points every 5 turns (+1 influence if there is more than 10 nature points).

Nuclear plant:

Border Checkpoint

Dolphin watching zone

+10 economy every 3 turns. If Preserves 3 blocks around it. around 2 blocks of any preserved area -10 nature and influence points.

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Fake news Fakenews news Fake Fake news

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Web news Webnews news Web Web news

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Interview Units InterviewUnits Units Interview

Government Official GovernmentOfficial Official Government Government Official +10 Evidence +10Evidence Evidence +10 +10 Evidence +5+5Credibility Credibility Credibility +5 +5 Credibility +10 +10Influence Influence +10 +10 Influence Influence

Public Public Public Public

+10 Panic +10Panic Panic +10 +10 Panic +10 +10Influence Influence +10 +10 Influence Influence

Company Officials CompanyOfficials Officials Company Company Officials Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer +2+2Evidence Evidence Evidence +2 +2 Credbility Evidence +2 +2 Credbility +2 +2 Credbility Credbility

+2 economy points every 5 +5 tourism and influence po- +1 economy and tourism po- +20 only for 4 turns. -20 natuints every 3 turns (-3 nature if re and influence points. turns (+1, economy if around ints. around 5 blocks to any prea port/ -2 nature if around 5 served area). blocks to any preserved area). Industry Estates:

Royal British Navy RoyalBritish BritishNavy Navy Royal Royal British Navy

Tug ships Tugships ships Tug Tug ships

Human traffickers.*** Humantraffickers.*** traffickers.*** Human Human traffickers.***

Chips:

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Airport Airport Airport Airport

Movable Units MovableUnits Units Movable Movable Units

Media Media Media

ECONOMY ECONOMY ECONOMY

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x3 x3 x3 Beaches Beaches

Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter +2+2 Influence Influence +2 Influence +2+2Truth Influence +2Truth +2Truth +2Truth

Helicopter Helicopter Helicopter Helicopter +5 Evidence +5Evidence Evidence +5 +5Credibility Evidence +5 +5Credibility Credibility +5 +5+10 Credibility +10Panic Panic +10 +10 Panic Panic

Public calls Publiccalls calls Public calls -2Public -2Credibility Credibility -2 -2-2Credibility Credibility -2Evidence Evidence -2 -2 Evidence Evidence

Airport

-10 Truth -10Truth Truth -10 -10 Truth -5-5Credbility Credbility Credbility -5 -5 Credbility +15 +15Influence Influence +15 +15 Influence Influence

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Military base

+5 tourism and economy po- +8 Security points. ints every 5 turns and +6 direct influence points. (-5 nature points if 5 blocks around any preserved area. Customs Monkey watching zone All of the rock is preserved.

+3 Security points.


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4

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12 13 14

Global economic crisis hits UK and Spain following Brexit. Protests around Gibraltar and Algeciras starts.

Global economic crisis hits UK and Spain following Brexit. Spain offers to buy Gibraltar from UK since after Brexit UK needs new deals.

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28 29

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Spain

8.4M 8.2M

31

8M 7.8M

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7.6M 7.4M

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Selected Media

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6.8M 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

2018

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35 Spanish Gibraltar

85

36

Forest

84

37

Algeciras

83

38 *Protest area

82 81

39 40

SPAIN

80

41 Preserved

Tarifa

79 78

42

Preserved

Ceuta

77 76

33

Preserved

MOROCCO High Seas

Gibraltar Territorial Waters Gibraltar

43

Tourist boats coming back Refugee boat emmigrating

Morrocan Territorial Waters

Spanish Territorial Waters

75 74 73 72 71 70 Ginraltar officialy becomes Spanish territory. After 10 months of negotiations, the airport re-opens.

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*Decrease of tourism

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61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49

After more than 300 years Spain takes Gibraltar back.

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5CNC Chair

Project Location: Segovia, Spain Computing: Digital Image and Virtual Space - Spring 2014 Professor: Ana Pla Catala Group: Mavi Deniz Koรงak - Montserrat Gutierrez - Luis Solis

Students were asked to design a 1:1 scale fully functioning chair that can be fabricated by using CNC machine. The product holds itself together with wood-work joint details without any use of glue and can withstand 80 kgs of weight. It is made out of MDF.

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6Chairs for People

Project Location: Segovia, Spain Advanced Seminars (Design) - Fall 2019 Professor: Izaskun Chinchilla

“Chairs for People� is a company that focuses on fabrication of famous chairs with cardboard for people that admire yet cannot afford them. Clients can both purchase the materials or the CAD files of the designs to fabricate their own. Below is the 1:1 scale of “Barcelona chair� that can withstand 85 kg.

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7Following the Path

Project Location: Toledo, Spain Experimentation Workshop II - Fall 2016 Professor: Guzman de Yarza Blache Group: Andres Antolin - Mavi Deniz Koçak

of Don Quixote

This is a documentary that tries to investigate what makes a space. Location is Toledo, Spain. Where the famous windmills that “Don Quixote” fought against in the novel “Don Quixote”, written by Miguel de Cervantes. Andres and Mavi tries to find out how a space was built around a chapter in a book by visiting different sites in this small town. Realizing how much Don Quixote’s ‘imaginary’ enemies have shaped lives of many people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVqO3kykcNA

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All the work included and subcluded in this portfolio are dedicated in the memory of Ali Tayyar Nakkaşoğlu. Rest in peace. Her şey için teşekkür ederim dede.


Profile for Mavi Deniz Koçak

Mavi Deniz Koçak - Selected Works 2013-2019  

Mavi Deniz Koçak Architecture Portfolio + CV

Mavi Deniz Koçak - Selected Works 2013-2019  

Mavi Deniz Koçak Architecture Portfolio + CV

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