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NUR KAYALI


EDUCATION 2017-2018:

M.Sc in Sustainable Environmental Design (SED)| Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), United Kingdom, London

2011-2016:

B.Arch|Beykent University (BEU), Department of Architecture, Istanbul, Turkey, GPA:3,17/4,00

2007-2011:

ISTEK Foundation Atanur Oguz Anadolu High School, Science, Istanbul, Turkey

1999-2007:

Ozel Bilgi Primary School, Istanbul, Turkey

RESEARCH

NUR KAYALI

2018:

Refurbishment of Residential Buildings in İstanbul

2018:

Evaluating Thermal Performance of Two Low-Rise Residential Buildings in İstanbul

2017:

Environmental Effect of Conservatories on Educational Buildings

2016:

A Look at Sociocultural Sustainanility in Terms of Life in The Historical City and Relations Between Neighbours: Tirilye Case

PERSONAL INFORMATION Adress:

Leylak Sk., Ulus Vadi Konutlari Sistesi, 34340 Beşiktaş, İstanbul, Turkey

Phone:

+90 (536) 829 74 79

E-mail:

nurkayali93@gmail.com

Date of Birth:

March 31, 1993

EXPERIENCE 2016-2017:

Beykent University,Volunteer Asistans to Prof. Nevin Cekirge, Design Studio III and IV Istanbul, Turkey

2015:

The Chamber of Architects, Internship on Architectural Design, Istanbul, Turkey

2014:

DAP Valley by DAP Yapi, Internship on Construction Details, Istanbul, Turkey

HONOR AND AWARDS

LANGUAGES Turkish:

Native Language

Arabic:

Native Language

English:

Fluent

2017:

Ozyegin University & İaps-Culture and Space Network, Palimpsest City and Endless Layers of Design, 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial,

2016:

1st degree honor for the Graduation Project, Beykent University

2016:

Honor Roll of Beykent University, Istanbul, Turkey


WORKSHOPS

EXHIBITIONS

Oct 2014:

OFF CUTS, organized by MUZZ Design and Istanbul Technical University(ITU), Istanbul, Turkey

2017:

3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, Color as a Reminder in Sarıyer, Turkey

Jun 2015:

Urban Dreams Workshops X ‘’ Freedom in City ‘’, organized by The Chamber of Architects (TMMOB), Istanbul, Turkey

2017:

3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, Palimpsest City and Endless Layers of Design, Turkey

Jun 2015:

Fill in The Blanks in Fener-Balat, organized by Beykent University (BEU) Istanbul, Turkey

2015:

The Academy Of Karya, Sun as a Tool, Turkey

Aug 2015:

Sun as a Tool, Cyanotype Blue Print, organized by Design Foundation and MUZZ Design, Bodrum, Turkey

2014:

2nd Istanbul Design Biennial, OFF-CUTS, Turkey

Jul 2016:

Urban Dreams Workshops XI ‘’ Encounters in City ‘’, organized by The Chamber of Architects (TMMOB), as an asistant, Istanbul, Turkey

2014-2016:

Jun 2016:

Tectonic Symbiosis, organized by AA Visiting School, Istanbul, Turkey

Sep 2016:

Transition in/at/on/and/cover/over/under Space, organized by Karadeniz Technical University (KTU), Trabzon, Turkey

Nov 2016:

Creative Districts, Color as a Reminder in Sarıyer, organized by 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey

2015 - 2016:

May 2018:

Jun 2018:

Taraklı icin Mimarlık (Architecture for Taraklı), volunteer project, oganized by Beykent University, Istanbul, Sakarya, Turkey Studying the performance of the buildings in Hooke Park, organized by AA SED and D&M(Design and Make), London, UK Architectural Research for Sustainable Environmental Design, organized by SOS School of Sustainability (Mario Cucinella), Bologna, Italy

Beykent Unıversity, Studio Projects I, III, IV, Istanbul, Turkey

SOFTWARES Environmental Design Open Studio Energy Plus Ladybug-Honeybee Flow Design CFD Modelling Revit Autocad Sketchup Rhinoceros Grasshopper Visualization Photoshop Indesign Illustator Lumion Ms Office Programs


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01

SUN CANYON

type: mix-used |Architectural Association (SED) date: Term 2 |spring 2018 tutors: Simos Yannas, Paula Cadima team: Begum Peker, Maria Andree Osoy, Ka Po Yung software: rhino, grasshoper, revit, autocad, skecthup

The aim of the project is to create visions of sustainable living and working in central London by taking into account the specificities of climate, site, building type, materials and occupancy uses. For the increasing population of King’s Cross, in this design research project, we proposed a mixed-use development at a 1.14 h.a. site owned by Ted Baker and the British Airways Pension Fund (BAPF). The redevelopment scheme consists offices, residential complexes, and outdoor open spaces for public use. The Sun canyon wants to promote a healthy lifestyle where its occupant learn how to improve their buildings performance and interaction between occupants its heighten. The proposal integrate passive strategies for heating and cooling, low energy appliances, green open spaces to prevent heat island effect as well as to promote biodiversity, nature and the use of open public spaces. This helped to achieve a design that responds to its bioclimatic surroundings and increasing the quality of indoor spaces and its performance as well as the activities that can be performed throughout the building spaces.


VENTILATION

SOLAR RADIATION SUMMER

WINTER

shadings shadings shadings Perspective A

Perspective B solar gain solar gain solar gain

Perspective C

The wind analysis is simulated on 5/F residential to analyse indoor wind flow pattern and to validate if cross ventilation is possible. With operable windows installed on exterior facade and cross windows on walls of individual units adjacent to the central courtyard area we see that the prevailing southwest wind can flow into the central courtyard via. The large open space at the centre is designed to provide natural breezes flowing from surrounding context without obstructing the dominant south-west wind flow. Moreover, the orientation of such open space along with the cascading of built form (deeper plans on lower floors, slimmer plans on high floors) have in fact help reduced the possibility of wind trapping within the site. Thus, with the centre large open space as the feature of Sun Canyon, the built form has helped to avoid the clustering of strong wind streamlines or wind turbulences. It can be seen from the solar radiation simulations that for almost all south, southwest, and south-east facing facades are exposed to incident solar radiation. This is desirable in winter months especially for both south and south-east facing facades because these orientations are optimal for both solar access and wind resistance (with south-west prevailing wind).

Perspective D

SHADOW STUDIES


THERMAL ANALYSIS solar protection

N NW

NE

W

%25

SE s

2 bedroom 0 6. m

50%

equipment

.0 12 m

people

10%

0%

-10%

-20%

lights windows

-40%

-50%

5 W/m² 0.2 W/m²K

SE

SW s

envelope

-50%

horizontal shadings

Wh/m²

50 45 35

Wh/m²

30

Annual Heating Demand

20

30 15

25

1.5 W/m²K

15

0.2 ac/h

10 0

6 kWh/m²a

10 5

5

heat losses

hours

25

40

20

infiltration

-30%

C:\Users\User\Downloads\plan sun canyon (1).dwg, Model, 13/03/2018 13:34:57, DWG To PDF.pc3, ISO A3 (297.00 x 420.00 MM), 1:1000

X4 3 W/m²

30%

0%

vertical shadings

E

50%

20%

NE

W

%30

internal gains

40%

NW

E

SW

night shutters

N

%15

occupancy schedules

dimensionless

window-floor ratio

30.07

0

31.07

06.12

07.12

studio C°

6.

internal gains

0 0

5.

m

m

50% 50%

40%

equipment people

10%

0% 0%

-10%

-20%

lights windows infiltration

-30% C:\Users\User\Downloads\plan sun canyon (1).dwg, Model, 13/03/2018 13:34:57, DWG To PDF.pc3, ISO A3 (297.00 x 420.00 MM), 1:1000

-40%

-50% -50%

heat losses

X1 1 W/m²

30%

20%

Wh/m²

50

envelope

3 W/m² 0.2 W/m²K 2.0 W/m²K

45

Wh/m²

25

40 35

Annual Heating Demand

20

30 15

25 20

2 kWh/m²a

10

15 10

0.2 ac/h

30

5

5 0

0 30.07

31.07

06.12

07.12


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RESIDENTIAL COMPOUND

design guedlines for residential buildings

type: refurbishment, retrofit, residential |Architectural Association (SED) |Dissertation date: summer 2018 tutors: Simos Yannas, Mariam Kapassali software: rhino, grasshoper, revit, autocad, skecthup

The dissertation deals with design applicability of research results in Istanbul in residential buildings by defining the relationship between form and performance, especially the dynamic and adaptive potential of the building envelope and assessing the environmental functions, attributes and performance of buildings and outdoor spaces. Also, the aim of dissertation is to evaluate the potential usage of new materials and technologies by formulating a design guidelines and proposals for new or existing buildings taking account of context, climate, and occupancy. Certain refurbishment strategies for each season are simulated and according to the results for winter, in order to benefit from the sun,glazed balconies ought to be placed on the south faรงades, and also on east and west faรงades. Furthermore, to reduce the heat losses on the north faรงade, night shutters must be applied. For the summer period however,shading devices and natural ventilation could be applied in order to reduce periods of overheating.


Base Case

4 storey/3rd

PASSIVE DESIGN STRATEGIES

50

45

40

40

35

buffer zone

5

5

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

0

Comfort Band

Mean Global Radiation

Mean Diffuse Radiation

DBT

Ta dmx

Ta dmin

monthly temperature

50

32

39

49

K

N BR

40 34 LR

WFR: %60

roof - floor: adiabatic

27

over heating

47

under heating

47

2000

NW BR

45

1800

40

1600

K 30

Wh/m²

35 35

1400

68 2000

N BR

1800

15

10

10

10

Cold|dec / mar|4-11C° Mild|mar / may|sep / nov|10- 22C° Warm|jun / sep|23,6C° Min temp winter| -2C° Max temp summer| 34C°

solar radiation 5

5

35 30

10

psychrometric chart

20

0

0

1000

20 20

800

15 15

600

10 10

400

0

10

sun path and wind rose

15 15 10 10

1200 1000 800

55

200

1200 1000 800

160

140

1600

120 1400

1200 100

1000

800

800

600

600

400

400 400

200

200

Prevailing wind: N / NE -5 0 0 -5 -5 -5 band 0 00 May – Agust in comfort 0 Second -Prevailing wind: SW the dry bulb temp. [W/m2] Global Radiation [W/m2] Diffuse Radiation [W/m2] DiffuseTemperature RadiationDiffuse [W/m2] Outdoor Air [W/m2] Drybulb Temperature Outdoor Air (°C)Air Drybulb Global Temperature [W/m2] Global Radiation Radiation Outdoor Drybulb Temperature (°C) (°C) Global Radiation [W/m2] Global Radiation Diffuse [W/m2] Radiation Global [W/m2]Radiation Diffuse Radiation Outdoor [W/m2] Air Drybulb Temperature Outdoor (°C) Air[W/m2] Drybulb Global (°C) Radiation [W/m2] Diffuse Radiation [W/m2] Annual mean wind speed: Band Temperature in Living Room Comfort Band Comfort Bandin Living HighRoom Comfort High Temperature in Living Room Temperature in Living Comfort Room Band Comfort Band 6K the width Comfort BandHigh High Temperature Temperature in Living Room High Comfort Band High 5m/s Temperature in Kitchen Temperature in N Bedroom Temperature in NW Bedroom Temperature in Kitchen

180

2000

1800

600 400

00

200

1400

600

55

5

5

South|85 W/m²-133 W/m²|Sep East-West|150 W/m²

25 25

25

15

0

1200

NW BR

1600 Solar Radiation Wm²

15

30 30

Temperature ºC

15

15

40

LR

1800 Wh/m²

25 25

20 20

93 53

2000

1600 1400

Solar Radiation Wm²

20

20

Temperature ºC

20

20

5 APR

25

Temperature ºC

10 10

MAR

natural ventilation

Temperature ºC

15 15

25

Temperature ºC

20

25

30 Temperature ºC

20

Average Daily Solar Radiation (kWh/m2)

25

25

Temperature ºC

30

FEB

30

30

35

30

30

JAN

38

0.4 ac/h (occupaid 0.6ac/h)

45

35

0

2.0 W/m²K (single glaze)

50

25

CLIMATE OF ISTANBUL

Temperature (C°)

45

5 W/m² 10 W/m²

50

solar control

infiltration

base case

construction metarials

0.2 W/m²K no insulation

Solar Radiation Wm²

glazing

window to floor ratio

X4

TemperatureTemperature in Kitchen in NTemperature Bedroom Temperature in N Bedroomin Bedroom Temperature in NW Bedroom Temperature Temperature Bedroom in Kitchen Temperature Temperature in NW Kitchen Temperature in NW Bedroom Temperature in NW Temperature Bedroom ininN Kitchen Bedroom Temperature in N Bedroom TemperatureininNKitchen

200

200 00


OUTDOOR STUDIES winter solstice (21.12) CONTEXT

A

B

equniox (21.03) A

summer solstice (21.06) B

A

B

09:00

12:00

15:00

Solar Gain on Vertical Surfaces N

70 kWh/m²

N

210 kWh/m²

S

280 kWh/m²

S

350 kWh/m²

W

170 kWh/m²

W

250 kWh/m²

E

190 kWh/m²

E

280 kWh/m²

N

50 kWh/m²

N

190 kWh/m²

S

250 kWh/m²

S

320 kWh/m²

W

150 kWh/m²

W

250 kWh/m²

E

170 kWh/m²

E

260 kWh/m²

CONTEXT B

CONTEXT A


THERMAL ANALYSIS

OPENINGS

sgl glaze

dbl glaze

heating load

%43

INFILTRATION

horizontal vertical shading shading overheating %10 %25

15

15

NW

10

10

5

5

0

0

30

1400

1400

1200

1200

1200

1200

25

15

600

0

0

0

5

Global Radiation Diffuse [W/m2] Radiation [W/m2]

Diffuse Radiation Outdoor [W/m2] Air Drybulb Temperature Outdoor (°C) Air Drybulb TemperatureGlobal (°C) Radiation [W/m2]

Comfort BandHigh

High

Temperature in Kitchen

TemperatureTemperature in Kitchen in NW Bedroom TemperatureTemperature in NW Bedroom in N Bedroom

2525

Temperature in N Bedroom

2020

20

200 0

0

Comfort Band

35

Comfort Band

5

K

N BR

LR

NW BR

0

0

5

55 00

400

400

0

200

200

-5

-5-5

0

0

0

0

0

N BR

LR

NW BR

800

0

Temperature in Kitchen

Temperature in NW Bedroom

Temperature in N Bedroom

2000

Temperature in Kitchen NW Bedroom TemperatureTemperature in Kitchen in NW N Bedroom Bedroom TemperatureTemperature in NW Bedroom in N Bedroom

1200 1000

11

800 600

6 K

11 3

N BR

LR

400

NW BR

Temperature in Living Room

Temperature in NW Bedroom

Temperature in N Bedroom

200 0

Temperature in N Bedroom

Annual Heating Demand 32 14 K

24 8

N BR

LR

400 200

Temperature in Living Room

High

Temperature in Living Room Temperature in Living Comfort Room Band

0

K

Outdoor Air Drybulb Temperature (°C)

Comfort Band

High

200

Diffuse Radiation [W/m2]

Outdoor Air Drybulb Temperature (°C)

High

200

1000

600

High

Diffuse Radiation [W/m2]

Comfort Band

400

19

Comfort Band

Global Radiation [W/m2] Global Radiation [W/m2] Diffuse Radiation [W/m2] Diffuse Radiation [W/m2] Outdoor Air Drybulb Temperature Outdoor (°C) Air DrybulbGlobal Temperature Radiation (°C)[W/m2] Temperature in Kitchen Temperature in Kitchen Temperature in NW Bedroom Temperature in NW Temperature Bedroom in N Bedroom Temperature in N Bedroom Temperature in Kitchen

5

Temperature in Living Room Temperature in Living Room

1400

600

400

17

Comfort BandHigh Temperature in Living Room High

1600

600

600

23

Global Radiation Diffuse Outdoor [W/m2] Radiation Air Drybulb [W/m2] Temperature Diffuse (°C)Radiation Outdoor [W/m2] Air Drybulb Temperature Outdoor (°C) Air Drybulb Temperature Global (°C) Radiation [W/m2]

1400

800

600

19

Comfort High Band

1600

800

800

Global DiffuseRadiation Radiation[W/m2] [W/m2]

1400

1000

5

200

1600

1200

1000

10

1800

1010

Temperature ºC

10

400

1800

1200

800

15

600

1800

Temperature in Kitchen

Wh/m²

1000

15

800

2000

1000

10

20

38

2000

1515

15

38

25

1000 20

15

400

Global Radiation [W/m2]

Temperature in Living Room Temperature in Living Room

40

47

10

10

200

25

1200

600

400

5

30

25

800

15

Wh/m² 1600

1400

15

10

glazed balcony night shutters double glaze WFR %60 insulation

1200

35

30

30 1400

800

25

Temperature ºC

1600

1400

20

25

-5

1600

1600

20

30

0

1600

1000 20

30

5

1800

1600

35

1000 20

30

10

1800

25

35

15

1800

30

30 25

35

20

1800

1400

10 5

S

2000

1800

Temperature ºC Solar Radiation Wm²

N

20

2000

1800

35 Wh/m²

Solar Radiation Wm²

25

2000

Temperature ºC Solar Radiation Wm²

20

W

2000 40

Solar Radiation Wm²

Temperature ºC

Temperature ºC

35

30

25

Temperature ºC

35

35

Temperature ºC

natural ventilation shading devices night shutters double glaze WFR %60 insulation

30

WINTER PROPOSAL

40

2000 40

Solar Radiation Wm²

40

With Natural Ventilation

2000 40

Solar Radiation Wm²

40

U-value: %17

cross ventilation 5 ac/h overheating %40

Temperature ºC Solar Radiation Wm²

45

Solar Radiation Wm²

45

U-value: %3

VENTILATION

Without Natural Ventilation

45

35

U-value: heating load

%45

NW BR

31 kWh/m²a

Solar Radiation Wm²

STRATEGIES

WFR %30

SOLAR CONTROL

0.4 ac/h occupaid 0.6 ac/h heating load %30 reduced

SUMMER PROPOSAL

OPEQUE SURFACES


03

BROOKE-COMBES HOUSE

type: refurbishment, retrofit |Architectural Association (SED) date: Term1 |fall 2017 tutors: Simos Yannas, Paula Cadima

team: Begum Peker, Maria Andree Osoy

software: rhino, grasshoper, revit, autocad

With measurements done on the site located in West London, using simulation tools and software programs to test the indoor and outdoor, the environmental performance of the house was evaluated. The house is designed and built according to unique methodologies called Walter Segal Method which known as a selfbuilt technique. Nonetheless, another key factor of the house which stood out was the conservatory, as it was unique in its own way becoming a space used for circulation in between the floors, as well as being the main area used for ventilation and daylighting, which influenced the house immensely. By testing out the model of the house on the software programs and bearing in mind the observations of the occupant, it was clearly understood that the conservatory caused problems impacting the daylighting by causing glare which leads the house has a ventilation problem. But also since the north façade of the house doesn’t have enough amount of openings, in the deep part of the house has a daylighting problem. In order to avoid these issues, we had proposals which were researched and tested and suggested as a conclusion, in order to increase occupant comfort.


Climate and Context

London-Eailing

First Level

Passive Design Strategies natural ventilation

40 30 20 10 0 -10

insulation shading devices upgrading the facade

Monthly Outdoor Temp. (source: Meteonorm, Ladybug)

Psychrometric Chart

(source: Meteonorm, Ladybug)

Materialty (U-values) geotextile breather membrance foil-backed plasterboard

Conservatory

U-Value: 0.5 W/m² K

double-glazed window in aluminium frame

U-Value: 1.5 W/m² K (triple glaze)

infiltration: 0.4ac/h

argeton clay facade tiles moisture resistant sheating board

Ground Level

U-Value: 0.318 W/m² K

warmcel insulation

Internal Gains watts per day

hours per day

electric stove Tv

120W

19

water heater

UnderCroft

appliences

7

lights 74

refrigerator kettle 100w

microwave 600w

0

3000

6000

9000

12000

occupancy


VENTILATION

SOLAR RADIATION

SHADOW ANALYSIS

Summer Solstice JUN-AUG 12:00 PM

WÄąinter Solstice NOV-JAN 12:00 PM

Studies showed that during an overcast weather in December, there was a lack of daylighting in the kitchen as well as in the bedrooms facing North.

N

N

SE

SE

SW

SW

A solution in order to avoid this problem was to replace the small windows with larger ones, which would eventually allow more daylight in from the North side and would also help to reach a minimum lux level according to CIBSE. Moreover, by providing more openable windows, or replacing the fixed windows and by controlling the daylighting by the help of shading systems, the house would work more efficiently.

21.SEP|12:00 PM

21.MAR|12:00 PM

21.DEC|12:00 PM


DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS

Ground Floor

Sunny Sky Condition

Illumınance Level

Overcast Sky Condition

First Floor

Sunny Sky Condition

Overcast Sky Condition

master bed room

21.12

bed room

12:00

bed room

conservatory

21.03

living room

12:00

kitchen wc

21.06 12:00

PROPOSAL FOR DAYLIGHTING

Glare Analysis (12.06 -12:00 pm)

Daylight Anatomy (%63)

Usefull Daylight Level (%63)


04

AYAZAGA SQUARE

type: mix-used, commercial, retail | Beykent University date: 4rd year design studio |spring 2016 tutors: Nevin Çekirge, Nihal Bursa, Nilay Evcil software: revit, sketchup, autocad

The brief of the graduation project was to design a public square which includes a place for doing workshops, exhibition area, auditorium, market and restaurants in Ayazaga where was considered as a slum area in Istanbul. The aim of the project was to create a healthy environment for the community based on sustainable principles which can be summarised by social, economic, environmental and at the same time historical. Therefore, in terms of historical sustainability, the same grid as the factory has been used for the project and the area that has the old columns was reorganized for the public events. Also, some trees were placed on the whole site to make people remember that there was a green area and to. Regarding to sustain the social and the economic environment, the workshop area was placed next to the river and the school since students need to be close to that area. Also, the exhibition areas and the restaurant were placed according to the busy streets and the direction of coming to the site. The most important factor was to include women and kids in their activities. Therefore, in the middle of the column area was placed a market which can be used to sell local materials done by women. The environmental factor of sustainability was addressed by designing modular design buildings and to use daylight and natural ventilation to reduce the amount of energy consumption.


cultural center now

demolished 90s

soup factory 50s

farm 20s

The starting point of the project was to search the history of the site that was given since it was occupied by car parking company and there were some residues from last building. As a result of the research, it was founded that the first soup factory of Istanbul was built on that site, yet before the factory, it was a green area where animals were feeding.


N

ENTAL NM

O

site analysis

ENVIR

S

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AL

E

IAL

ECONOM IC

W

C SO

+ HISTORICAL

activities

connections

social area

urban agriculture

activities

modular design


C-C

D-D

A-A

B-B


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HALL-NISANTASI

type: mix-used | Beykent University date: 3rd year design studio |spring 2014 tutors: AyĹ&#x;e TĂźtengil software: revit, sketchup

The project brief was to design a mix used compound which has residential and office buildings but at the same time, it has to be the attraction of the public since it is in a very popular area of Istanbul. As the first step, the site was analyzed in terms of the orientations of the sun, wind, and landscape. After that, the direction of the pedestrian was studied to be able to create a hall to connect the roads which are surrounding the site. The offices were placed next to the main road and the residential part was kept inside the hall to be able to keep the privacy. Each floor has a balcony which leads every unit to have a view of the seaside and not to block others. The circulation block was placed in the middle of the hall since to keep the natural ventilation in all the times.


1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

staircase for ventilation

green roof for water managment

functions


7th

6th

5th

4th

A-A

3rd

2nd

1th

B-B A

0

B

B

A


06

ECO-SCHOOL

type: Competition |Ronesans Holding | Design the Sustainable Future |School date: spring 2016 team: Serkan Sarpdag, Efe Ince software: revit, sketchup The Project was started to develop by the scenario with the belief that the interest of kids to nature and art will create a society that is conscious, productive and open to innovation. First, the design process started with designing a class unit. The genius loci of the space were created by keeping the sense of the belonging that is disappeared in the life of the students. The great order of nature is actually the guide of the design process. Even the smallest creature in nature is part of the ecology, and in the absence of it will be disruptions in the natural cycle. As a team, we consider architecture such a structure that is fully integrated with its environment which can only promise a sustainable future. We have dreamed of a place where locals and students can live a sense of belonging to the place. The sense of belonging was chosen as the concept of school, which is the centre of continuous production of information, integrated with the neighbourhood, student and teachers. We have designed a greenhouse for each class, for giving each student the opportunity to grow his or her own plant, and in this way, students will experience a sense of belonging with practical training. This modular production which started with classes was spread to the school’s base. Different from the traditional school model, we have designed a whole model that is fragmented in its own way by being a whole with surroundings.


circulation

public space

14.0 m

11.0 m

8.0 m

Based on the idea of using the energy in the most effective way, a buffer zone was created with a gym and conference hall by protecting the educational areas against the wind coming from the northeast. We aimed to take maximum sun by positioning these areas in the south, and we used solar energy with solar panels on the roof for heating and hot water use. conservatory

5.0 m

0m

-3.0 m

The steel material brings productivity and flexibility in assembly, as well as a capacity for demountable, disassembly and reuse. We have designed a bridal production model that can be easily removed and removed with wooden systems that can be installed in steel frame structure systems. The aim of the conservatories is to teach the production process of the food consumed by the students. Unlike the traditional educational buildings, greenhouses, workshops, exhibition spaces and libraries were opened to the public to ensure the continuation of usage of the areas. The green roof helps to reduce the amount of wastewater, environmental dust, and environmental noise. The thermal insulation of the roof was increased by green roofs. The rainwater was collected by the roof gutter inside the carrier system and used in the garden irrigation and the heating system of the building. Trombe wall was used for natural ventilation and for passive heating.


public road

exhibition area green house

agriculture

entrance

conservatory

public library

conservatory

green house

green house

entrance

service entrance

modular design

public entrance


SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

pv panels

Environmental

buffer zone passive solar heating through the sun spaces

modular desgin easy to assemble

agriculture

accessible

public library

public activities

steel construction

public market

modular design

Economical

water threatment using the grey water class room

pv panels

Social

conservatory for educational agriculture

wc

passive solar heating

conservatory


07

TECTONIC SYMBOSIS

type: workshop | Architectural Association | Istanbul Bilgi University date: spring 2016 tutors: Alexandros Kallegias, Elif Erdine, Efe Gozen, Aslı Aydın, Cemal Koray Bingol, Benay Gürsoy Toykoc, Tugrul Yazar, Gamze Gunduz

software: rhino, grasshoper

AA Istanbul Visiting School investigates the inherent associations between form, material, and structure through the rigorous implementation of innovative design and fabrication techniques. Computational methods for design, analysis, and fabrication were coupled with physical experimentation, fostering ‘learning-byexperimentation’ in an active collaborative studio environment. Throughout the design and fabrication processes, the associations between various computational platforms were established correlations between form-finding, material computation, and structural performance. These discoveries were formulated new means of interpreting conventional fabrication processes towards their advancement within the domain of advanced computational and robotic methods. The key objective of AA Istanbul Visiting School was comprised the design and fabrication of a one-to-one scale prototype realized by the use of robotic fabrication techniques.

http://istanbul.aaschool.ac.uk/


Generating The Form

Optimizing The Geometry

Robotic Hot-Wire Cutting

Analog Machine

Generating The Components


08

OFF-CUTS

type: workshop |Istanbul Tecnical University |Muzz Design |Istanbul Design Biennial date: Fall - 2014 tutors: Melodi Bozkurt, Erin Turkoglu

OFF-CUTS is a concept for any designer to be encouraged and inspired from material, process and design towards a zero waste system. They aim to show an honest way at looking at sustainability in terms of waste-free design and for OFF-CUTS to create a vision for the design process of waste conscious products. Nothing was wasted during the making of the OFF-CUTS collection and the cut-offs were treated as valuable raw material. https://www.muzzdesign.com/1987158-offcuts#3


Fuze

Tubend

Jake Wavein

Hierarchy

Haruka


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