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cv+portfolio 2019

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oğuzcan çavuş architect Based in Istanbul, ı am graduated from Kadir Has University as a high honors degree with GPA of 3,50/4,00. During the four years of architectural studios, ı tried to work on different scales which deals with city context,history and human factor based on our spatial needs. One of the main goals of these projects

ABOUT

REFERENCES

Name

Didem Kılıçkıran

Ahmet M. Özgüner

Birth

Head of Architecture Department at Kadir Has University

Founder of Parallel 41 Architects Adjunct Lecturer at Kadir Has University

Oğuzcan Çavuş

01.01.1997

Location

BArch., Middle East Technical University,Department of Architecture MSc.,Middle East Technical University,Department of Architecture PhD.,The Bartlett,University of College London dkilickiran@gmail.com

Sultangazi/Istanbul

Buşra Al

Contact

Founder of PLUGOFIS Adjunct Lecturer at Kadir Has University

oguzcancavus@gmail.com +905347287866 www.linkedin.com/in/oguzcancavus https://issuu.com/oguzcancavus

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were serving proper public spaces to the city itself, because i believe that relation between architecture and city is one of the key things that effects our daily lives and improve it. Also during this period of learning i tried to learn different kind of mediums to represent my ideas in terms of representation. Because we, as architects need to show our ideas, imaginations,datas and production of space to people with different tecniques and methods in a clear way. And as a junior architect ı would like to spent my time improving myself in proffesional life. And now, ı am looking for jobs that ı can be a part of, improve myself and fulfill my experience on architecture.

BArch., Yıldız Technical University,Department of Architecture MSc.,İstanbul Bilgi University,Department of Architecture busra@plugofis.com

BArch., Middle East Technical University,Department of Architecture MSc.,Carnegie Mellon University,Department of Architecture P41architects@P41architects.com

Ayşe Sevil Enginsoy Ekinci

Adjunct Lecturer at Bilgi University Bachelor’s, Middle East Technical University, Architecture Master’s, Middle East Technical University, History Of Architecture Doctorate, CORNELL UNIVERSITY, History Of Architecture And Ur


2014-19 2010-14

EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

Kadir Has University

2017 Summer METAL YAPI Intern,Construction Site Istannbul Tower 205, Levent/Istanbul

Art and Design Faculty Bachelor of Architecture GPA:3,50 +2017 Khas Honour Scholarship +2018 Khas Honour Scholarship

Hüseyin Bürge Anatolian HighSchool

2018 March degostudio Assistant,Concept of The Project Harmankaya Waterfalls Tourist Route 2018 June PUPA 2.0 Workshop Participant at SpaceSlum Workshop at Gebze Technical University

PATTU Architecture Rese- arch Design

2018 Summer

COMPETITIONS 2017 MimED 2017

Last20/200

YTONG 2/3 Election

partnered with Muhammed Aydem

2018

MimED Last30/200

2019

Kore Savaşı Anma Alanı ve Ziyaretçi Merkezi

Team: Büşra Al, Ozan Özdilek, Bihter Öztürk, Burak Arifoğlu, Oğuzcan Çavuş

Office Internship,Beyoğlu/Istanbul

TECHNICAL SKILLS

2019 January PLUGOFIS Assistant,Kore Savaşı Anma Alanı ve Ziyaretçi Merkezi Proposal

AutoCAD

“Multi[+]” WorkshopArt &Design Week 2019

Rhinoceros 6

Tutor at yazmak üzerine Workshop at Kadir Has University

Vray for Rhinoceros

2019 March

2019 April imeceLAB Graphic Mentor Kentsel Hareketlilik at ATÖLYE,Bomonti 2019 June PUPA 3.0 Workshop Tutor at Çöp Kullanma Kılavuzu Work-shop at Gebze Technical University 2019 July

TEGET Intern,Elements of Mediterranean Networks at Datça

SketchUp Enscape Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Premiere Microsoft Office Model Making

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CONTENTS The following is a curated collection of my architectural design projects,works as a student and competitions that i have envolved that reflects my passion for creations and ambition to convert passion into meaningful content 2015-2019

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STUDIOS&COMPETITIONS

ARCH402 Graduate Research Center

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RESEARCH&ESSAYS

WORKSHOPS

Structural Systems II

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Gebze Technıcal Unıversıty PUPA 2.0 SpaceSlum

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Teget Datça Summer Internship ELEMENTS OF MEDITERRANEAN NETWORKS

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Structural Experiments BAMBOO

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Home,House,Housing WORKSHOP

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ARCH401 Uninhibited Fragments of the City Cultural Center

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Design Methods and Praxis Design Research Methodology

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Kadir Has Art&Desıgn Week “[Multi+]” YAZMAK ÜZERİNE

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Competition Project KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AND VISITOR CENTER

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FAD413 Hıstorıes Of Archıtectural Image ARNAVUTKÖY

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ARCH302 KOŞUYOLU HOUSING Memory of Kosuyolu

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Small Scale Interventıons In Archıtecture The Structure

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ARCH301 CO-PLUS An Extension to The Razor Factory

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Architectural Design Competition YTONG’17

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ARCH202 RETREAT CENTER IN BURGAZADA

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ARCH402 Architectural Design VI

GRADUATE RESEARCH CENTER Spring 2019 tutor:Dr.Fatmagül Aslaner

Research is a way of life for some people; “people whose occupations deal primarily with ideas” (Sowell, T.) In the age of anti-intellectualism,maybe some of us designers, might choose to appreciate the way of life dedicated to academic research, scientific thinking and sharing of knowledge.

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“Perspective From The Cuma Yolu Street Through The Graduate Research Center”

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PROGRAM As an Architectural Design VI course’s program is to design a graduate research center/library for graduate students and academicians from the city and abroad who might have to accomodate in this complex use of space. The aim of the assignment to enhance the skill of thinking in complex uses to question if architectural design can augment academic research and learning to explore what makes a library “a sanctuary of knowledge” rather than a stack of books CONTEXT The site of the project is Marmara University Anadolu Hisarı Campus which is near Göksu stream, one of the streams that connect to Bosphorus. The neighbourhood, Anadolu Hisarı, is started to be a settlement area during the reign of Sultan Mehmed the Conquerer from this period to have a watching tower to watch Black Sea and Bosphorus. Anadolu Hisarı has an old, warm and friendly neighbourhood thas has two or three storey high buildings

The purpose of creating a facility which is functional and for city itself, there is a personal experience based method has been observed. As a result of the activities carried out, graduate center/library volume and accomodation volume are designed far from each other.Because as an architecture student, most of us are making our works in studio and don’t study in our homes. Library and study areas should be placed in same mass because of their relationship between their programs.By keeping the existing road between sites offering a new of connection between sites and by having a cut between sites it allows having a separation in programs. 8


MASS CONFIGURATION Library has placed itself near to the street because of the accessibility to pedesterian and cars, accomodation has placed near to the neighbourhood to people who might stay these units and use the hood’s facilities also. Library volume has express itself reference to the context becase how big itself and uses itself as a roof and cover the spaces under itself and become a base to volumes that on it. Connection with accomodation and library volume provided with a ramp that has two lecture halls on the sides

“it is thought that the land should be used as a continuous open area in the aerial photographs examined in 1940 and later, and it would be preferable to consider this part as a park because of the lack of planted trees and narrowing of the throat and wind. Considering the density potential it is thought that this area will be provided as a park for the inhabitants of the region. “The path that passes through the middle of the two parts of the earth is protected and the fields without interfering with each other and the proposal of a ramp connecting each other.”

“Perspective From The Roof Facing Towars The Circulation/ Watching Tower and One of The Workspace”

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC OF LIBRARY

Lıbrary/graduate center has three levels.First level connects with the accomodation and through the park that created with an amphi/landscaping.It is a big gesture to have a park with using 4 meter slope by using an amphi That is why first level is an access for the graduate users, second level access is for the people from the neighbourhood. 10

LIBRARY BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

WORKSPACE 01

WORKSPACE 02/03

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“Perspective From The Ramp Towards The Graduate Center”

LONGITUDE SITE SECTION 11


LIBRARY FIRST FLOOR PLAN

AXONOMETRIC SECTION 01

AXONOMETRIC SECTION 02

AXONOMETRIC SECTION 03

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In ground floor there is a mixed use between library and study areas and there is inner gardens that placing them around into one plate because of its own spatial one space there is more than one way to enter the volume and be part of the facility itself. Architectural elements such as columns, walls, curtains were the key elements to circulate whole space. Also some of the load bearing walls become the shelves for books by doing a simple subtraction move. Even such a lineer building with a lot of green surroundings having courtyards to read books and rest at the same time adds a peacefulness to the space


“Perspective From The Stairs While Approaching Cuma Yolu Street Towards Library�

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ACCOMODATION GROUND&FIRST FLOOR PLANS

Accomodation of the facility has 12 housing units that varies into three different type and a gym that serves to the users. Typology of units is based on for singles,doubles and families. Accomodation units has a simple core that holds services to serve unit and leaves the others spaces for the activity for users. 14

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“Perspective From Interıor of Lıbrary Showing One of The Courtyards”

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“Perspective From Interıor of Lıbrary Showing One of The Courtyards”

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DATÇA

ELEMENTS OF MEDITERRANEAN NETWORKS Summer 2019 In colloboration with TEGET

team: Ali Gürer,Büşra Şahin,Ferhat İbrahimoğluGökçe Er,Gülcan Coşkun,Hande Metin,İpek Şener,Jorela Karriqi,Muhammed Aydem Oğuzcan Çavuş,Özge Süvari,Şeyma Adalı

TEGET is organizing the first step of summer workshops this summer that will take place in Datça Hızırşah Village, in collaboration with Bilgi University Graduate Department. Potentials for adding annex units to certain buildings in the traditional villages of Datça peninsula will be investigated under this theme. According to a broader vision about the peninsula, the centrally located villages are conceived as places of agricultural, educational and recreational activities. Inactive school buildings in these villages will be studied by the students and design proposals for their reuse with alternative programs and additional units will be developed, parallel to a research on vernacular architecture and settlement patterns. The student projects will be carried out in communication with local educational authorities, keeping in mind their needs and preferences.

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There are schools on the Datça Peninsula that do not fully function. The proposal is to reinforce the functionality of the seven selected schools by providing additional structure proposals and to contribute to them.

SCHOOLS

1. Kızlan İlkokul ve Ortaokulu 2. Reşadiye Kazım Yılmaz İlkokul ve Ortaokulu 3. Şehit Ersoy Yorulmaz Anadolu The non-functional old school buildings were studied by Lisesi the workshop participants and alternative programs and 4. Yılmaz Kardeşler Anadolu additional buildings were developed for reuse projects. Lisesi 5. Yılmazlar İlkokulu In the course of the project, a lot of work was carried 6. Kazım Yılmaz İlkokulu out on the subjects such as texture of the region, topog7. Özcan Yılmaz Mesleki ve raphy relations, materials and typology. Teknik Anadolu Lisesi

school entrances and welcome spaces

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annex building functions

KAPI - MEKAN DUVAR - MEKAN

saray surları, kapılar, kapı mekanlar mekanların duvarlarla bağlanması

et kalınlıklarının artarak mekansallaşması

duvar çeper ilişkisi

topkapı sarayı planı, duvar - mekan ilişkisi

dolu boş ilişkisi

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service atelier

01.GROUND

02.STRUCTURE

03.CORE

security What we were looking in the case studies were how we can hold into the walls of the schools and turn into them spaces with thickening. This volume is thought to be a compact space that is holds a mixed program atelier, security and depot and creates a transition space between outside and inside of the schools.

In terms of ease of use and ease of production, the additional building was decided to become a type after a certain design stage and turned into a lightly structured structure. There are different types depending on the relations of this annex building with its own land. 04.PANELS

05.ROOF STRUCTURE

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“Perspective From The Street Through The Annex in Reşadiye Kazım Yılmaz İlkokulu ve Ortaokulu”

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“perspective section drawing of Kızlan İlkokulu ve Ortaokulu”

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-defining the entrance of the school building


“Perspective From The Entrance Through The Annex in Kızlan İlkokulu ve Ortaokulu”

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“perspective section drawing of Şehit Ersoy Yorulmaz Anadolu Lisesi”

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- by creating a base allows a transition space between street and school garden


“Perspective From The Garden Through The Annex in Şehit Ersoy Yorulmaz Anadolu Lisesi”

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FURNITURE In the interior of annex building, depending on needs of the space itself and students there is a flexible and could be contained furniture proposed which allows the space used as an atelier and also an exhibition space at the same time.

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ARCH401 Architectural Design V

radical city -Uninhibited Fragments of the CityCultural Center Fall 2018

Tophane-KabataĹ&#x; region was an industrial zone serving different ethnic – religious groups including Greeks, Armenians,and Muslims. It was a critical harbor area for the army and trade. In the first decades of Turkish rebuplis the society has are inhabited by imagranst from eastern Turkey. This historical turbulent creates a multi layered urban history for the area. The region has been subject to rapid urban and social change, which resulted in differing and conflicting perceptions of the area.

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Aerial perspective that shows the mass of the project and relationship with the square and the context

Perspective view from the square between theatre building. Also showing the relationship between the sea section to use of human. Another thing is creating steps into the sea makes a amphi like space to observe others and rest at the same time in outside space. Lastly using a public display in project creates a life in a space day and night.

Imagine a world where there has been a world wide riot against the neoliberal governments. After the riot a new system starts. According to this unknown order the radical city or the new urban starts to operate. You will imagine a new society and a new urban form. How does this new system operates? What are the new codes of the urban morphology? Would it be possible to construct a resilient city? How does the new system matches with urbanism? The process will start with a competition for the master plan. The urban program may include production spaces, cultural/ educational centers, re-creational public spaces and/or their hybrid constructions rising from critical and creative discoveries of the radical city. The master plan should include/ propose at least 7000-8000m2 closed space program for each student.

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Aerial collage perspective that shows the where building is located and how it reacts to its context

As a design process the mass that comes from the master plan tried to study on the site. First design decision was lifting building up make the ground level as public as possible. Then carving out some land or playing with topography tried to achieve more wide space underneath the building.As such a long building in order to get more light ground level added some cracks to get sunlight and using the angle of light as a mass decision one of the decisions. After seperation of volumes the alterations of theirs section and creation of other spaces could be used as terraces in order to define open and semi open spaces.In plan of this elevations always created a linear building in site but using the alterations of the separation of spaces in plan it created different layout and created a new way of relation between volumes and building scaled itself with its surroundings.

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This part is where project got fragmanted into three volumes in order to get dynamism of the section in plan and also get rid of the one giant single volume that goes along almost 90 metre


Ground Perspective Collage_01:It shows public exhibion space on ground and circulation element. Interior Perspective Collage_02: It is the double height music room and its connection between other volume. Ground Perspective Collage_03: It shows the life of under the building as a market and food market space. Ground Perspective Collage_04: It shows public exhibion space on ground and circulation element. Interior Perspective Collage_05: It shows the cinema halls next rooms that amphi and performance area with the Galata view at back.

ROOF AND FRAMES Frames are covering the terraces that placed in corners of the volumes

FACADE Polycarbonate facade that covers the building and creates a translucent interior exterior relationship BÃœROLANDSCHAFT Office landscape encouraged all levels of staff to sit together in one open floor to create a non-hierarchical environment that increased LIBRARY AMPHI Connects two differnt levels and creates a space to reading and chatting activities could happen MUSIC, DISPLAY AND PERFORMANCE

CINEMA HALL EXHIBITION AND FOYER TO CINEMA HALL

DYNAMIC ROUTE AND CIRCULATION

FOOD MARKET PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AREA

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| Professional | Competition Project

KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AND VISITOR CENTER January 2019 Lüleburgaz,Kırklareli,Turkey Team: Büşra Al, Ozan Özdilek, Bihter Öztürk, Burak Arifoğlu, Oğuzcan Çavuş

In the transition area of Lüleburgaz from the city to the countryside, a transition space was designed for the user to experience. An iconic (monumental) system was solved between the landscape and the urban line.

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“Garden View Through The Building”

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Interior view: use of natural light in the exhibition

Interior view: continuous exhibition surfaces

Interior view: convertible digital display unit of exhibition space

System Detail Our work in this project with Burak ArifoÄ&#x;lu and Äą to help the project in visualisation and create some interior perspectives and get creative in system detailing. Other than these we worked on the basics of plans, sections and elevations to make them related to a memorial center

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ARCH302 Architectural Design IV

KOŞUYOLU HOUSING Memory of Kosuyolu Spring 2018 tutor:Büşra AL partnered w/Muhammed Aydem, Lütfü Emir Yılmaz

The site is behind the Nautilus in Kadıköy Koşuyolu, is a urban space used as a car park today. This area has many slits in relation to its surroundings. As far as the definition of these slits, we can summarize that as in the case of contextual relations between the areas. In the public-private context of the area and its surroundings, we have produced compositions to dissolve these slits and to establish a relationship between the fields.

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Public (adj) 1. Umuma şayi ve müşterek, umumi 2. devletin, miri, amire, mamure 3. devletin hizmetinde olan 4 .mütevatir 5. aleni 6. cumhurun, ortalığın, alemin, halkın, milletin 7. devletin her hangi bir fer’inin, eyaletin, sancağın, nahiyenin, şehrin, köyün, mahallenin, çarşunun, ordunun, donanmanın, hazinenin, zabıtanın,

it could be separated from each other by a certain line. Public and private terms can not be directly attributed to specific volumes or spaces. We usually accept the house as a private space. However when we examine the subspaces of the house and the relation between them and outer spaces, we see the privacy does not work completely and homogeneous at everywhere.

Public (noun) 1. Cumhur, millet, halk, ortalık, amme, alem 2. Kendi şahsı namına, has, mahsus şeklinde 3. umumi, amm, umum indinde malum olan, alenen vaki olan, aleni.

Private 1. Halvete mahsus, mahsus, has, 2. gizlü, saklu, hafi, mektum: mahremane: 3. resmi ve miri yahud ticarete umum olmayub ahad-ı nasa ve umur-ı zatiyeye mahsus, adi, zati, ferdi Privacy 1. Halvet, tenhalık, yalnızlık. 2. Halvet, tenha yer, köşe, köşe-i inziva, nihanhane, gizlilik, mektumiyet

HOUSE PRIVACY ANALYSIS That could not be said that private and public life in the social context constitute a polarity as it is here in Western Europe. It is impossible in the Ottoman Empire to distinguish between public life and private life. People go out into the neighborhood with their daily clothes that they used in their homes and sit and chat in the coffee house as if they were sitting at home. Coffeehouses were like an extension of great room and there is no edge or a border that reminded them the distinction between private and public space. After all this information, we wanted to explore the structure of the housing and its sublayers to see how far the private and public space from each other whether or not

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At this level these are some footages of the project would look like without going into detail. Besides the ordinary urban planning projects we refused to stick with the boundries of site and we refused to hold the boundries. We tried to examine the relationships between public and private and what is in their between which is what we know semi public spaces. And we wanted to soften this transition in theirs. At right image we tried to show that what we call is private as blacks is always near by the public and there is no between in them. And lines intersecting them also shows us how a private space could be public in a second for example having a guests in our houses and all these happens in circles what we call neighbourhoods where urban life and scale happens around us.

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Nautilus

Marmaray

Viaduct

Nautilus avm can leave a human density on the land and in Marmaray causes density changes in land periphery deThe viaduct on the west of the land and the highway passthe same way it can collect this density to itself. Therefore it pending on the time of day.Therefore it is necessary to meet ing over it causes noise. Therefore, there is a need to rise at is necessary to meet with a void between with a void between this point of the site

Settlements The northern and southern settlements of the land are completely different from each other. Therefore, it is intended to counterbalance the periphery in the southern faรงade. On the other hand, setup was planned to infiltrate the walls on the north side.

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Linkages Dividing the site into regions throuhg linkages

Niches According to the relationships between context creating squares or niches and articulation elements


Perspective Collage From An Interıor Garden We considered the main links to which the area could be connected or interacted with in relation to its surroundings. Sub-fields were created by these links. Area 1: The area where the culture house, Ayrılık Çeşmesi and the Nautilus defines the square. It has low building density and last bicycle station ramp. Area 2 : An area with a higher density of the building where another ramp is located and which has an educational space.

Area 3: The area has high building density and mixed use building at the end.

Then,floating building clusters created with following the prediction lines. After all of these layers, the ground was joined to unite and hold each other together. In terms of their relation to context, squares and niche Some buildings being elevated from the ground. It areas were formed on the periphery of these sub-areas. offered creation of public space, showing frame strucThese are the coffeehouse, education area and the ture and showing the life atmoshphere. The solid void culture house. As the periphery of the subfields becarelationship of the housing modules was created by me more defined, the prediction lines were formed in taking care of creation of self contain public space and which buildings could be built. the differentiations they produced on the ground. 43


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BUILDING ORGANIZATION DIAGRAMS

HOUSING FLAT PLANS

Different building mass orientation in order to create between spaces

Creating openings in building blocks

4+1 PLAN

3+1 PLAN

In order to use active this between space created frame structures that allows semi public spaces in upper levels

Relationship between one block to another 3+1 PLAN

Overlapping all the information layers like building, public space, environment and daily life of the site

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1+1 PLAN

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Perspective Collage From An InterÄąor Garden

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ARCH301 Architectural Design III

CO-PLUS An Extension to The Razor Factory Fall 2017 tutor:Büşra AL

Bomontiada is an endustrial heritage left from Bomonti Brewery during Ottoman times and it is been using as a cultural hub and it is a focal point in Şişli, Kurtuluş. In third year architectural project, an extensional building will be designed to an old razor factory in addition with an adaptive re-use of old building. Under the name of a comunity center or cultur center aim of the project was ensure public facilities, gathering spaces, markets, co-working spaces, ateliers, meeting spaces etc. create a space for stop by in as a daily experience for the community that Pangaltı, Feriköy, Kurtuluş ve Bomonti neighbourhood.

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*administration floor

*In the plan approach, according to the programs included in the plan, an open-plan study was carried out in which the spaces and service areas where specialization should be privatized, where circulation was liberated, free and areas were defined by furnishing.

*gallery spaces between old razor factory and additional building

*topographic park,connects two streets

*exhibition box that creates a street level exhibition and also connects building without using core *public amphi theatre that allows to happen street performances underneath the building

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SILUETTE

Completing the existing siluette and extending the boundries of factory building to fill project site with its alignment Treating the site as a whole based on planned mosque project and making a connection between two streets beside these leaving a public space for public were the points

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perspective doodle from the “exhibition box”

perspective doodle from the “reading area”


COMPLETING THE SILUETTE

LIFTING THE BUILDING UP AND ENHANCE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BACK AND FRONT

Considering the function of the project, an uninterrupted pedestrian circulation was created between the street and the landscape by removing the building mass from the ground and lifting up and tearing the facade of old factory building at ground level to have free circulated ground circulation.

TEARING THE FACADE OF FACTORY BUILDING

Second approach to project was seeing the site as a whole between Birahane Street and Feriköy Fırını Street in order to design a topographic park that connects these two street. Under the building landscape is making a pit and creates an amphitheatre that works as multipurpose hall of the building.

WHILE GETTING CLOSED TO AND HISTORICAL BUILDING TRYING TO BE UNDER OF IT

As a decision of mass, a linear structure was obtained by expanding the borders of the factory building, which was present in order to protect the existing silhouette, along the boulevard street.

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First level functions as a meeting offices placed and exhibition space which has gallery openings. And the middle where connect these extension and factory building works as a gallery

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Second level functions most of the educational parts of the project where workshops, classes and libraries meets and creates different types of spaces in terms of education for example classical class or a space where meet around someone etc. Perspective Collage From “Interior”

Perspective Collage From “Backyard of the Building”

Perspective Collage From “Birahane Street Through Building”

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YTONG ‘17 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPETITION FAR FROM THE CITY “ŞEHİRDEN UZAK“ 2/3 Election Fall 2017 Partnered with // Muhammed Aydem

“Ah bir anonim olmak, kalabalık içine karışıp kaybolmak tadına kavuşabilseydik.” - F. R. Atay Şehrin bireyleri anonim kılması, bu anonimitenin içinde bireylerin ve düşüncenin özgürleşmesini sağlamaktadır. Bu yüzden şehirlerin varlığı kültürün, bilginin ve yeniliğin üretimi için önemlidir. Şehirlerin değer üretimini sağlayan toplum, hızla daha da yapay bir çevre edindi. Şehirler öyle bir hal aldı ki artık toplumun ürettiği değerleri ve üretim biçimlerini boğmaya başladı. Yapay çevre sadece bedenleri için değil, zihinleri için de birer sınırlayıcı kapsül haline geldi.

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TOHUM AMBARI

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SOSYAL ALAN

Hafızhüseyinbey Köy’ünde pasif durumdaki kooperatifin tekrar aktif hale getirilmesi, kooperatifin sadece ekonomik işbirliği temsilinden çıkartarak toplumun her konuya karşı beraber hareket edebildikleri, sosyalleştikleri ve üretim değeri başta olmak üzere diğer toplumsal değerlerin de üretildiği bir mekan önermek.Kooperatif önermesi tarımdaki bilgi üretimini desteklemek için uzmanların bilgiyi yerinde ürettikleri bir mekan sunmaktadır. Üretilen bilgilerin kaydedilmesi ve daha verimli souçlar elde edilmesi bakımından Laboratuvarın bulunması gereklidir. Örnek Bahçe sayesinde üreticilerin deneme yanılma yoluyla öğrenme yerine, üretilen bilgilerin pratiğe dönüştürüldüğü bu bahçeden faydalanarak üretime kolayca geçmesi planlanmaktadır. Tohum Ambarı, bölgenin biyolojik ve tarımsal zenginliğinin sürdürülebilir hale getirilmesi için gereklidir. Ayrıca Üretim Destek Alanı oluşturularak tarım için gerekli olan ham ve ara maddelerin (yem gibi) üretimi ile bölgenin kendine yetebilmesi sağlanmalıdır. Köydeki sosyalliğin artması için sunulan mekanda özelleşmiş olarak düşünülen program sosyalleşmenin edebiyat ile aşılabileceği bir mekan sunmak. Kitapların sadece okur yazar kesimle değil, aynı zamanda her yaştan dinleyici olabilen herkese hitap etmesi açısından hikaye anlatıcılığının yer aldığı bir mekan olarak düşünülmektedir. 57


MACHINE IN THE GARDEN

MACHINE IN THE GARDEN

GARDEN IN THE MACHINE

KÖY İnsanların doğa ile ilişkisinin çok güçlü olduğu, tarımsal faaliyetlerin diğer alanlara göre baskın olduğu, insanları anonim kılamayacak kadar az yoğunluğa sahip yerleşimlerdir. Kırsal alanlarda zaman döngüseldir. Mevsimlerin birbirini takip etmesini buna örenk gösterebiliriz. Bir başka örnek ise tarımsal faaliyetlerdir. Ekim zamanı gelir, ürünler büyür, hasat başlar ve kısa bir aradan sonra döngü tekrar başlar. Kırsal alanlar imece, bir arada çalışma - üretme gibi unsurları barındırmaktadır. Fakat sosyal ve kültürel imkanların kısıtlı olması ve ekonomik olarak az fırsatlar sunması kırsal alanlar için dezavantaj olmaktadır. Şehirlerin fırsatları kendine çekmesi, sosyal imkanların çeşitliliği, konforlu hayat sunmasından dolayı köyden şehre olan GÖÇ söz konusudur.

ŞEHİR Şüphesiz endüstrileşme, seri üretim, makineleşme gibi faktörler ülkeleri, toplumları ve yaşamı hızlı bir şekilde değiştirdi. Endüstrileşme ve sanayinin gelişimi ile birlikte yapılaşma hızımız da arttı. Doğanın üstünlük kurduğu fiziksel çevremizden, yapaylığın hakim olduğu bir çevreye sahip olduk. Bu sürecin başında ‘machine in the garden’ yani bahçedeki makine ile başlarken bugünün dünyasında oluşturduğumuz şehirlerin ‘garden in the machine’ yani makinedeki bahçe olduğunu görmekteyiz.(2) Hızlı nüfus artışının yanında, sektörlerin de ivme kazanması sonucu yoğun ve büyük şehirler, metropoller ortaya çıktı. Şehirler yoğunluğu, büyüklüğü itibariyle insanın anonim olduğu yerler haline geldi. Sokakların ve meydanların insanların birbirini tanımayacak kadar kalabalık olması, akışın hızlı olması, kültürlerin ve değerlerin bir arada olması insanı anonim kıldı. “Ah bir anonim olmak, kalabalık içine karışıp kaybolmak tadına kavuşabilseydik.” - F. R. Atay Şehrin bireyleri anonim kılması, bu anonimitenin içinde bireylerin ve düşüncenin özgürleşmesini sağlamaktadır. Bu yüzden şehirlerin varlığı kültürün, bilginin ve yeniliğin üretimi için önemlidir. Şehirlerin değer üretimini sağlayan toplum, hızla daha da yapay bir çevre edindi. Şehirler öyle bir hal aldı ki artık toplumun ürettiği değerleri ve üretim biçimlerini boğmaya başladı. Yapay çevre sadece bedenleri için değil, zihinleri için de birer sınırlayıcı kapsül haline geldi. (1) Machine in the Garden - Leo MARX / (2) Sibel BOZDOĞAN, (...) Üniversitesi, Mimarlık Bölümü, ARCH222 Mimarlık Tarihi ve Kuram II, Ders Notları 58


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DURUM 1: İMECE Büyükşehir yasaları sonrası köylerin mahalle olmasıyla Balıkesir Büyükşehir Belediyesi, Hafızhüseyinbey Köyü de Hafızhüseyinbey ‘Mahallesi’ oldu. Bu köyün mahalle ilan edildikten sonraki değişimden ilk etkilenen şey köyün sahip olduğu imece ruhu. Yasanın ilanından önce, köyde yaşayan insanlar aralarında belli gün ve zaman dilimleri belirleyerek çöplerini topluyorlardı. Yasa sonrası ise çöp vergisi adı altında büyükşehir belediyesine gelir oluşturuldu. Köylülerin imece ile hallettikleri, şikayet etmedikleri ve oturmuş bir sistem kaldırılmış olundu. Hafızhüseyinbey köyü imece yoluyla daha önce yol, çeşme, taş döşeme ve oyun alanları gibi işlerin üstesinden gelmiş. Kendi kendine yetebilen bir bölge iken şimdi idari bir kararla varolan düzen ve işleyiş de bozulmuş oldu. DURUM 2: ZİRAİ BİLGİ ÜRETİMİ Gönen’e bağlı Hafızhüseyinbey Köyü’nde yapılmakta olan tarımda ürün çeşitliliği yeterli seviyede değil. Üreticiler genellikle daha önce başarıyla yetiştirdikleri mahsülleri yetiştiriyorlar.Farklı bir ürün yetiştirmemelerine sebep olarak bu ürüne ait yeterli üretim bilgisine sahip olmamaları en büyük etken. Hatta bazı ürünlerin kendi yörelerinde yetişebileceklerini dahi bilmemektedirler. Havzadaki tarımın büyük çoğunluğu deneme yanılma yoluyla gelişmiş durumda. DURUM 3: MONOKÜLTÜR Gönen ovasında çokça görülen mono-kültür üretim, tek bir çeşit tarım ürününün geniş alanlarda üretilmesi ve tek ürüne dayalı tarımdır. Endüstriyel tarım için büyük alanlarda tek bir tür yetiştirmek ve çok daha az işgücü ile hasat yapabilmek amacıyla kullanılır. Geniş arazilerdeki tek ürüne dayalı üretim toprağın sahip olduğu biyolojik çeşitliliği önemli derecede azaltmaktadır. Besin zincirinin büyük ölçüde hasar almasıyla çeşitli canlı faaliyetleri durmakta ve toprağın sahip olduğu üretkenliği öldürmektedir. DURUM 4: SOSYALLEŞME Hafızhüseyinbey köyünde yaşayanların sosyalleştiği alanlar meydan, meydan ile ilişkili bir sokakta dizilmiş olan köy kıraathaneleri ve ilkokulun etrafına köylüler tarafından yapılmış oyun alanlarıdır. Sosyalleşmede toplumun bireylerinin buluşması, kesişmesi, birlikte yapılan aktiviteler önemli olsa da, kırsal alanların sahip olduğu kültürel çeşitliliğin, değişkenliğin, akışın ve bilgi alışverişinin azlığı sosyalleşmeyi negatif etkilemektedir.

DURUM 5: KOOPERATİF* Birlik olmak her işte olduğu gibi üreticinin elini güçlendiren bir faktör. Kooperatif çiftçinin bir arada olma biçimidir ve emeğin, üretimin birlik olması demektir.Hafızhüseyinbey köyündeki kooperatif faaliyetleri iyi bir şekilde düzenlendiğinde çiftçiler için ekonomik avantajlar elde edilmiştir. Üreticinin kooperatife borçlanarak yatırım yapabilmesi, kooperatifin ürünleri bir arada tutarak değerindeki karşılığı alabilmesi ve tarım bilgisinin paylaşılması başlıca avantajlardan bazılarıdır. Köydeki kooperatif fiziksel olarak var olsa da işlevsel olarak yitik bir durumdadır. Haller ile çalışan tüccarların kooperatifin düzenini bozmak için kooperatiften daha yüksek fiyatlarla bahçelerden direkt olarak satın alım yapmışlardır. Kısmi olarak daha yüksek fiyat alan bazı üreticiler kooperatif yerine daha fazla kar elde etmek için tüccarlarla anlaşmışlardır. İşbirliğini daha önce bozmamış olan diğer üreticiler de bu durum devam ettikçe birlikten ayrılmış ve tüccarlar ile alışverişte bulunmuşlardır. Bir süre sonra tüccarlar piyasayı ele geçirmiş ve birliği bozmuştur. Birliğin bozulmasından kısa bir süre sonra ise tüccarlar tek alıcı olarak kaldıkları için fiyatları kırmış ve üretici mağdur olmuştur. 59


ARCH202 Architectural Design II

Retreat Center In BURGAZADA Spring 2017 tutors:Aslıhan Demirtaş,Orkun Beydağı

The project, aiming for functions in the traditional sense, except for the administration and service areas, consists of 5 elemental spaces defined by different sizes and materials. The main idea of the project was theoretically carving out a flatland and to make a land articulation puting back what it carved during that process. Working in such a site like Burgazada, Martha Bay,slope of the land was an advantage to use.

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To make an land articulation in that site instead of working on plan with izohips, drawing different sections of the site and designing them based on architectural tectonics and how dramatic a land part could be. So next step was to make an effect like carving out and putting back soil how it is going to be solved. Based on soil and its physical and chemicals it has sand and gravel on top and clay and silt in the middles. That clay and silt part allows itself to fill with water into its pores so basicly it stores water and that water volume defines the skeleton of the soil. The diagrams shows that to make a pothole or a hole in land you need to suck all the water inside that soil so soil goes down. On the other hand to make soil level higher it needs more water than it already has.

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During that process to get the best section,besides working on paper to design, making conceptual section models were very helpful to think at the same time section level and plan level. Also being on the land,under the land itself creates a problem in terms of circulation,ramps,stairs etc. What kind of slab or ceiling cover us and how we are walking on them was main questions. Also creating splits on the slab and getting the water into space with itselfs moisture adds up to design to retreat center

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While going on the process of project, making models of 1/50 scaled wall and experimenting on the material “concrete” and how it will be react the based on its ingredients such as water,cement,sand. In the cups ı tried different amounts of each ingredient and it gave me different pattern to build a wall

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STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS II Spring 2017 tutor:Ali Onat Türker partnered w/Muhammed Aydem,Lütfü Emir Yılmaz

In that study we tried to examine structural tectonics that baloon frame has staticly and tectonicly. While doing that the elements that have been used were non-rigid magnets. To understand the how load is flowing and sharing with each other.

In that study we tried to examine how a structure of a building could be on the facade and how will it be react to different kinds of forces When we apply lateral from the edges of structure it was rigid. But when we apply the lateral force from the middle,because of the metal parts are not fixed it tried to bend itself. That is why we tried to brace these parts

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STRUCTURAL EXPERIMENTS BAMBOO Spring 2017 tutor:Ali Onat Türker partnered w/ Zeynep Eda Gönen,Büşra Özen, Ömer Faruk Demir

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It was a project based on material and working on 1/1 scale,with making experiments and designing a canopy in the middle of amphi space where most of the students come together during the day at Kadir Has University. To make such a hands on structure some rules are set. According to these rules bamboo was picked because bamboo is light, flexible and it works both compression and tension The design of this canopy with using

bamboo stick together and taping them each other was creates a beam that works as a concole because of flexibility and gravity also to control the bending of this beam we used ropes to tie and created one module of how it could define a space underneath, one single module rotates itself 360 degree and ties itself in bottom,middle and top and covers with a membrane to get away the raining water. While making the models of beam to stabilized the joints

of bamboos with tape the tape because of its materiality and its flexibilty caused deformations and in some levels caused cracks that is why after that period we start to use metal clamps to make the beam more rigid on their joints


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DESIGN METHODS AND PRAXIS Fall 2017 tutor:Sait Ali Köknar partnered w/ Muhammed Aydem,Lütfü Emir Yılmaz The research is about understanding the design methodology. We wanted to grasp that how design occurs, how it works and what is the mechanism of the design. Altough there is no exact definition or structure of the design, we could experience and understand the design in more specific environments. We tried to express and clarify the design mechanism over the firm

client on job by questioning and declering their working principles. They told us that if they are not accepting the principles starts, ends and what is standing between them. We tell the they are not taking the job. If design process into three parts they took the job first thing they which are concept, development do is making meetings to first interaction in meeting room with and implimentation. Eda, Umut, C and B. As they ... which is Mixed Media which Then the environment which is In our research on Mixed Media told us after that meetings they founded by Umut and Eda Gö- the wider circle or zone that are looking for the job’s qualifiand how they are designing nen at İstanbul, 2002 affects design process. We di- and how they are managing a cations based on characterictics. The paper will handle the topics vided the environment into three process of design is our questi- Does the work has a character? with some titles.The first title is parts which are employer, work ons that has priority. We asked They told us that if the job has definition of the firm which we and firm. The secod title is de- that how their process starts. The no character they are looking for deduced from its design prosign process which we focused job comes to them and they the city or the logo of it ... cess. on understanding how design have a meeting with the 71


FAD413

HISTORIES OF ARCHITECTURAL IMAGE Spring 2019 tutor:Ali Taptık

...Arnavutköy is an example of a paradigmatic urban periphery settled after large rural migration to Istanbul in the second half of the 20th century. While the region started as a rural settlement at the periphery, it became a place of increasing population due to the migration process and the people who live here is changed in time too. Arnavutköy, which is geographically closer to the center of the Istanbul and providing communication by establishing bridges with these settlements, generally emerges as a result of migration steps and immigrant networks.

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Arnavutköy is a process of being urban but now it is in the middle between rural and urban. Because of the evolution of daily life and life style Arnavutköy is becoming more urban and that creates a threshold between a city life and slums which has big gardens that people planting their food and poultry. All of these difference between depends on the change in scale and planning of it. ...

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SMALL SCALE INTERVENTIONS IN ARCHITECTURE Spring 2018 tutor:Ahmet Sertaç Öztürk partnered w/ Muhammed Aydem Rumeysa Çıtır

İt is a structural experiment that identifies a spesific area and allows something to be projected ontı it or hanging plants with the connecting elements that holds itself. The structure can be divided and transported into units, making it a tool that can present dynamic and diverse experiences. The use of industrial products such as plastic pipes, steel ropes or bolts, as well as building structural tectonics, gives the material and construction technique experience. materials: steel rope, plastic pipe,paper tape,nut,cap,bolt,screw,wood,fabric,concrete footing 74


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SpaceSlum Summer 2018 tutor:Atıl Aggündüz

SpaceSlum was an atelier about “recyling” directed by Atıl Aggündüz in Gebze Technical University created by their architectural club named “MiTA”. Materials we used for atelier were gathered from the neighbourhood to re-use and produce in seven different atelier. SpaceSlum as it called by the name designing a slum located between earth and mars in 2050’s with recyled materials. In order to that we as participants needed to create a storyline that include the data that shapes our slum. To sum up the story, SpaceSlum is a shanty that has a bazaar for armors that produced illegaly for people got thick, trees bearing sausage that makes you high, freakshows, alienfights, sleepnuts doormens and so more. 75


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HOME,HOUSE,HOUSING WORKSHOP Spring 2018 tutor:Didem Kılıçkıran partnered w/ Muhammed Aydem Lütfü Emir Yılmaz It was an one class workshop leaded by Didem Kılıçkıran and Tutku Sevinç. The main thing behind the workshop was how to represent better the spaces that change by our movements, looking at them in a different point of view. Because of it is a one day job it should be places in the school so we can observe them and get the data out of it. For this workshop we picked the canteen and we spesificly choosed an object that is table. And how it is left by users in the space. Each box is a left out table after used by users. Juxtoposition of each different situation gave us the actual story of a table in this workshop.

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KADİR HAS ART&DESIGN WEEK

“[Multi+]” YAZMAK ÜZERİNE Spring 2019 tutor:Burhan Gün Rodoplu,Nefin Erkul, Oğuzcan Çavuş

It was an atelier based on first year art and design faculty students tutored by us in March 2019. Kadir Has Art & Design week could be defined as a break to the studios and have ateliers all around the school for first years. “Yazmak Üzerine” is a typography atelier based on typeface,essence; that which makes somethng what it is of words and collage technique. 77


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Architectural Portfolio 2019  

The following is a curated collection of my architectural design projects,works as a student and competitions that i have envolved that refl...

Architectural Portfolio 2019  

The following is a curated collection of my architectural design projects,works as a student and competitions that i have envolved that refl...

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