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Gazi University Journal of Science Part B : Art, Humanities, Design and Planning
Number of Followers: 2  

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ISSN (Online) 2147-9534
Published by Gazi √úniversitesi Homepage  [9 journals]
  • A Comparative Study of Different Grasshopper Plugins for Topology
           Optimization in Architectural Design

    • Authors: Mariam SELMI; Zeynep Yeşim İLERİSOY
      Abstract: Topology optimization (TO) is one of the structural optimization methods used to find the best suitable material distribution, resulting in the most efficient structure. Although it is widely used in other engineering fields, its application in the architectural field is still relatively limited. In recent years, however, various computational design methodologies have acquired prominence in the architectural community. The predominant use of digital design tools during the architectural design process necessitates conducting more research on these tools. Furthermore, as new tools for applying each algorithm and method emerge, the efficiency of these tools must be evaluated. This study aims to explore and compare three available tools for implementing TO. A box is used as a case study to conduct a comparative study between the three grasshopper plugins for topology optimization: Millipede, tOpos, and Ameba. From an architectural standpoint, the potential and efficiency of the three plugins are discussed.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • A Holistic Reading of The Streetscape and Building Articulation: The Case
           of The Canadian City of Halifax

    • Authors: Yelda DURGUN ŞAHİN; Çiğdem Belgin DİKMEN
      Abstract: The Streetscape provide a conceptual framework for guiding sustainable urban space improvements. Building forms form refers to architecture that is the height of buildings, the articulation of their form, and the quality of their materials and construction. Building form is also primarily concerned with the character, shape, scale, and design of buildings. While the study provides a holistic view of the streets of Halifax city, it includes the evaluation of the articulation created by the coming together of the buildings and the physical and perceptual components affecting the public interfaces examined on the examples. For this purpose, the study is examined under two headings as the streetscape and building articulation. As part of the holistic evaluation of the buildings in the study, the use of materials, entrances, roof ends of the buildings, signs and wall-paintings on the buildings, awnings and canopies on the facades of the buildings is examined. As part of the holistic evaluation of the streets, design of building-street interface, building orientation and settlement, type of building uses, pedestrian walkways are examined. At the end of the study showed that design principles and harmony with each other of the buildings that determine the street boundaries guides the shaping of the city.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Neuroscience and the Cities: Neurourbanism

    • Authors: Sezgi GİRAY KÜÇÜK; Hande YÜCEER
      Abstract: Cities are settlements where many people live together and whose population is constantly growing. Due to the rise of urbanization, the number of buildings in the cities has increased rapidly. The structures in the cities have been designed quickly and at low cost, often without considering human emotions and health. It has been observed that most of the people living in the cities have faced with some physical, mental and spiritual problems resulting from some aspects that have been ignored in the buildings or urban planning. In recent years, it has been pointed out that human health should also be taken into account when planning cities. The concept of neurourbanism emerged when neuroscience, which is an interdisciplinary branch of science, became the target of urban studies. Neurourbanism gives information about how an ideal urban design should be, by measuring and detecting the changes created by different urban spaces on the human body. In this study, the issues to be considered in the design of an ideal city were discussed under four main headings: navigation, nature interaction, embodied experiences, and environmental stressors and mental health.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • Architectural Design Process of the 300-Bed Teacher's House Project
           as a Typical Project

    • Authors: Tuğçe ÇELİK
      Abstract: One of the processes carried out in the evaluation of the effectiveness of educational activities is supervision. The buildings that are the guide of this inspection, in which it is aimed to have information about the degree of achievement of the objectives, are the teacher's houses. The 300-bed teacher's house project, which is the subject of this study, is a typical project commissioned by the Ministry of National Education. The aim in typical project design is to provide high-quality alternatives to the users in terms of space, while responding to these different conditions at the highest level possible for the structures to be implemented in different climate, economic and geographical conditions. In this direction, modularity has been tried on the bedroom floors of the teacher's house, and it is aimed that the building can grow / shrink by adding / removing these modules horizontally or vertically. Within the scope of the study, the design and planning process of the teacher's house, which is a typical project, its spatial setup and mass/facade decisions are explained. It is thought that the findings obtained in the research will contribute to similar project analysis by providing information about the architectural project process.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030
  • An Evaluation of Imprecise Outputs of Space Syntax Applied Urban Studies

    • Authors: Mert DURMAZ; Özlem SAĞIROĞLU DEMİRCİ
      Abstract: Space syntax is a quantitative model utilized to examine spatial configurations in settlements. In space syntax analysis, only bird’s eye drawings are utilized and settlements are treated as 2D-formations made of settlement plans only as the inputs, building heights and altitude differences, variations in pedestrian profiles, and characteristics of historic built environments, are neglected. The major problem handled in this paper is that space syntax analysis grants approximately identical results for multiple different settlements sharing similar settlement plan layouts and it makes space syntax outputs imprecise. The main research question in this study is: Do current space syntax applied urban studies involve additional approaches to refine imprecisions of outputs of space syntax analysis alone' If yes, what strategies have been implemented' The procedure consists of the following: introducing space syntax and imprecisions of its outputs, categorization and nomenclature of neglected inputs, strategies to overcome the imprecisions, and classification, analysis and assessment of case studies in terms of the neglected inputs to overcome the imprecisions. With the expectation of observation of diverse strategies, case studies have been chosen in accordance with three criteria: focusing on different urban issues, dealing with different locations, and hosting historic built environments with different status and layout. At the end, it has been deduced that most case studies still rely on space syntax application alone and the imprecisions persist as a result.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030

    • Authors: Mehmet Akif KAPLAN; Ali KOÇ
      Abstract: Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935), the modern era Russian artist, brought up the abstract art movement, called suprematism by him, at the beginning of the 20th century (about 1910s). He is a well-known representative of abstract art in the context of suprematism in the modern era. Malevich reduces painting to geometric forms with suprematism. By doing so, the artist purifies the painting from all nature and elements. The artist wanted to carry out the painting art to the zero point with his geometry-based suprematist works, and with this idea, he objected to the mimetic painting tradition in Europe. However, Malevich’s suprematist art thought would not last long; later, he left his suprematism idea and returned to all traditional art and aesthetic values that he had criticized before the 1930s. Actually, it was not an inconsistency. It was a renunciation of revolutionary and innovative things. In a way, because of the Russian Revolutions, which took place in his era, the art policies of the state and the audiences in his society motivated him to return to figurative painting again. From another point of view, Malevich gave up the non-figurative painting in the suprematist approach for the sake of his nostalgia because of his past of art education and returned to figurative painting. Therefore, there is a paradoxical situation in Malevich’s example.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +030
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