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1ST YEAR

 

INAR 101 BASIC DESIGN I (446)

This course is the introduction to the basic elements, concepts and principles of design. It comprises specific exercises, including brainstorming steps, to develop mental and manual skills to cope with design problems and to establish visual values for structuring and articulating two and three dimensional spatial compositions in different media.

 

INAR 102 INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN  (446)

This course involves exercises to develop mental and manual skills to cope with architectural interior and industrial design problems; the development of visual values and consciousness for structuring and articulating three-dimensional spatial compositions in different media. INAR 102 consists of both abstract and concrete processes in the progress of basic design education.

 

INAR 122 HUMAN FACTORS (202)

This course intends to give the necessary information about human factors. Interior Architecture deals with the arrangement of environments for human beings.  Thus, students are given basic information about design standards and where and how they can obtain accurate information when designing these environments.

 

INAR 144 VISUAL EXPRESSIONS (223)

This course involves exercises to develop skill in freehand drawing methods of visual communication, and in seeing and expressing form, value, and texture; and to develop the ability to express original conceptions. INAR 144 is an introduction to the methods and materials of basic freehand drawing techniques, rendering techniques, perspective techniques, composition in charcoal and marker (indoors and outdoors) in order to help promote an understanding of the used medium’s capacity.

 

INAR 165 INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (202)

This course intends to make a brief introduction to the different aspects of interior architecture. As Interior Architecture is a multidisciplinary profession, students are familiarized with other disciplines such as Architecture, Industrial design, Landscape design, etc. Also, a theoretical framework of elements and principles of design are drawn.

 

INAR 166 HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE (202)

This course concentrates on art and architecture of the periods starting from the prehistoric times, such as Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Early Islam, Selcuk, Early Christian, Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Rococco, thus analyzes built environment, interiors, finishes, textiles, artifacts, paintings, sculptors, ornamentation and furniture.

 

INAR 185 DRAWING STANDARDS (223)

This course involves exercises to develop perception, communication, and visual concepts in interior architecture by using drawing media. INAR 185 concentrates on specific themes, such as formal rules of abstraction, visualization of three dimensionality, drawing to scale, proficiency in drawing, manipulation of drafting techniques, and basic skills of graphic expressions. The drawing equipment, materials and techniques are introduced to students via this course. The students will draw plans, sections in scale by using the technical drawing equipments.

 

INAR 186 BASICS OF CONSTRUCTION (223)

This course is necessary to provide students with the fundamental knowledge based on construction techniques in Interior Architecture. It covers the aspects of building construction by concentrating on the main elements of structural systems. Also, terminology regarding structural behaviour of various materials and structural systems are covered within the content of this course.

 

INAR 188 STRUCTURAL PRINCIPLES (202)

In the designing of a building, an interior or a furniture, it is necessary to understand the way in which structures behave in relation to the materials and construction techniques used. The main objective of this course is to give Interior Architects the necessary information about basic structural principles.

 

 

 

 2ND YEAR

 

INAR 201 DESIGN STUDIO I (446)

This is the first studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. This course involves introduction to interior space studies, which are based on the design knowledge of the basic design education. The course comprises relatively non-comprehensive projects such as a dentist’s office or a small shop, basic information and practice on architectural survey, user requirements and functional analysis. Additionally, particular stress is on interior design elements such as texture, color, interior materials, textiles, furniture, and so on, research on technical knowledge and literature of space.

 

INAR 202 DESIGN STUDIO II (446)

This is the second studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. This course involves introduction to interior space studies, which are based on the design knowledge of the basic design education. The course comprises relatively non-comprehensive projects such as a dentist’s office or a small shop, basic information and practice on architectural survey, user requirements and functional analysis. Additionally, particular stress is on interior design elements such as texture, color, interior materials, textiles, furniture, and so on, research on technical knowledge and literature of space.

 

INAR 219 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (122)

Drawing and designing in computer have strengthened its ground while conventional hand drawings and traditional representation techniques lost their popularity. Especially, in practice CAD outputs have almost turned into a standard. Therefore, professionals who are not familiar with CAD technologies fall behind in the race of rivalry. This course aims to introduce and acknowledge students about CAD technologies and equip them with techniques to draw and design in the computer.

 

INAR 220 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (122)

Two dimensional drawings are uneasy to read and understand for the lay person. Three dimensional perspective drawings –renderings- are much more instrumental to communicate and transfer knowledge to the clients. So, drawing in three dimension gains in importance for the professional in order that s/he builds a two way communication with his/her client. Also, three dimensional computer outputs turns out to be a popular media within the professional circle. Additionally, it enhances the communication of the designer with her/his design object.

 

INAR 225 NATURAL AND ARTIFICAL LIGHTING (202)

The course’s objective is to examine natural and artificial lighting issues from both scientific and aesthetic perspectives within the context of providing user comfort in the spaces to be designed. Issues of; physics of light, vision and perception, color and color perception, architectural lighting techniques, artificial light sources and their properties, and daylighting design elements are examined with analyses on extensive visual media. The psychological and physiological aspects of artificial and natural lighting, together with the technical aspects of their applications are analyzed.

 

INAR 226 INDOOR THERMAL COMFORT (202)

This course provides extensive knowledge on passive heating and cooling strategies regarding indoor thermal comfort, together with indoor air quality, which are fundamental issues of Interior Architecture. Concepts such as; environmental and individual parameters of thermal comfort, psychrometry, passive climatization strategies, climatic design, orientation, building envelope, control of internal and external heat gains, sick building syndrome, and indoor air pollutants are examined.

 

INAR 265 MODERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE (202)

This course concentrates on art and architecture of the periods starting from the prehistoric times, such as Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Early Islam, Early Christian, Romanesque, Gothic and Selcuk and India, thus analyzes built environment, interiors, finishes, textiles, artifacts, paintings, sculptors, ornamentation and furniture.

 

INAR 266 CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE (202)

This course concentrates on contemporary world architecture and analyzes built environment, interiors, finishes, textiles, artifacts, paintings, sculptors, ornamentation and furniture.

 

INAR 287 CONSTRUCTION FOR INTERIORS (224)

This course is to provide students with the necessary information about construction applications, including the modifications such as the constructional design for the additional floors and other spatial extensions. Within this context, the construction of a mezzanine floor, stairs, elevators, openings, dry wall systems, suspended ceiling, basic floor systems compose the scope of this course.

 

INAR 288 DESIGN DETAILS AND FINISHING MATERIALS (223)

This course focuses on drawing specific details related to interior architecture problems with an emphasis on detail problem solving. Students are expected to develop further their architectural designs to reach the final stage of construction documents.

 

 

 

 3RD YEAR

 

INAR 301 DESIGNSTUDIO III (446)

This is the third studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. In this course, a particular emphasis is given to recognition of various activities in complex buildings, within the context of their cultural, aesthetic and social values. Furthermore, development and application of a design language is an essential aspect of the course.

 

INAR 302 DESIGN STUDIO IV (446)

This is the fourth studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. In this course, a particular emphasis is given to recognition of various activities in complex buildings, within the context of their cultural, aesthetic and social values. Furthermore, development and application of a design language is an essential aspect of the course.

 

INAR 325 BUILDING SERVICES (202)

The course concentrates on the basic understanding of building services which can be classified as the mechanical, electrical and fire safety equipment and installations.  The course also covers information regarding the operation and maintenance of related equipment. In addition, technical drawings of mechanical and electrical systems integrated with a building, related abbreviations and legend tables are also integrated with the overall course period.

 

INAR 326 ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS (202)

This course concentrates on the physical principles of sound, basic concepts of acoustics and human hearing. Behavior of sound in enclosed spaces and the theories on architectural acoustics are discussed throughout the course. In addition, the basic principles of noise control techniques to create better livable environments and enhance acoustic comfort in buildings are explained through case space examples.

 

INAR 331 INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN (223)

The aim is to challenge the student to design and produce a product. During the process the students are expected to consider the aspects of their design regarding the structure, ergonomy, material selection, usage and cost issues. Also, they are going to be evaluated according to their skills to use appropriate drawing techniques and detailing in relation to the potentials and constrains of that object in a particular environment.

 

INAR 332 MODULAR SYSTEMS (223)

This course involves exercises to develop the students’ awareness on multi purpose modular systems and furniture, such as kitchens, open offices, fair stands and etc., which are designed for mass production. The material choice and details used for the designs are also covered in this course.

 

INAR 341 ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (202)

Examination of the interrelationship between environments and human behavior. Definition of the terms including environment, natural environment, social settings, built environments, learning environments and informational environments.

 

INAR 342 URBAN INTERIORS (202)

Urban design involves the arrangement and design of buildings, public spaces, transport systems, services, and amenities. Putting together ‘Urban’ and ‘Interiors’ in urban design, two phenomena is accentuated. On one hand, a new terminology and a fresh insight to design of urban elements is proposed. With this terminology, urban spaces may be viewed from a new perspective as if designers look at interior spaces. Also, this new way of looking at urban spaces, may deem it possible to propose new forms and to invent new places. While conventional descriptions concentrate on the issue that urban design blends architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, engineering, and development economics together to make urban areas functional and attractive, discussing urban interiors adds another ingredient to the blend.

 

INAR 345 SUSTAINABLE DESIGN (202)

The course provides extensive knowledge on the issues of sustainable design principles in varying scales, from product design to urban design. The environmental, technical, social, and economic factors of sustainable design, particularly related to interior architecture are given. Technological advancements and innovative systems regarding sustainable architectural design are introduced. International and national examples of sustainable architecture are analysed.

 

INAR 346 COLOR PRINCIPLES (202)

This course provides students to understand color principles thoroughly from color science and theory to psychology, human perception and behavior. Issues of color and light interactions, color vision and perception, color dimensions, color harmony and contrast principles, color order systems and their applications in interior architecture and design are also discussed and analyzed.

 

 

 

 4TH YEAR

 

INAR 401 DESIGN STUDIO V (446)

This is the fifth studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. In this course, a particular emphasis is given to recognition of various activities in complex buildings, within the context of their cultural, aesthetic and social values. Furthermore, development and application of a design language is an essential aspect of the course.

 

INAR 402 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO VI (446)

This is the sixth studio in the Interior Design Studio series. The Interior Design Studio series constitutes the core of the interior architectural curriculum. The Interior Design Studio series allows students to apply their theoretical and technical knowledge/skills to specific design problems. Each studio in the series covers various aspects of design in a different emphasis on the topic, concept, scale, and context of the design problem. In this course, students are expected to achieve an analysis for an existing building as a collective work, to establish a language to be used in their design and to accomplish the interior design of the building.

 

INAR 412 FINAL THESIS (021)

Final thesis is a complementary course to INAR 402 Interior Design Studio VI. Therefore the development of the thesis is monitored by studio instructors parallel to the development of students’ projects. Students submit two “interim reports” during the semester and a “final thesis” during the final project jury.

 

INAR 425 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ETHICS (223)

The course is intended to be given to senior students of Department of Interior Architecture, to adapt them to market conditions governing Interior Architectural application, to prepare them to take an active and influential role in their career as Interior Architects, starting from the initial project development stage up to final realization and life time of the physical environment. This course requires a professional design project such as four different types of typical hotel rooms or a functional space. Student will be required to complete a project at the production drawing level with detailing and submit them as specification file. Design documentation skills will be offered. The other important factor is to show students that; interior architects should have their responsibilities in professional life during their designing, presenting or application roles, such as decision making or having leadership in managing of any spatial organization.

 

INAR 441 RESTORATION FOR INTERIORS (202)

This course is prepared to introduce students with the basic principles of restoration within the frame of interior design profession. In addition, it covers information on surveying, measuring techniques, restitution and restoration phases during an interference to an existing building and / or space. Necessary techniques, terminology and methods are within the limits of the course.