FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
Instructor: Rabia ÇiÄdem Çavdar
Research Asistants: SÄ±la KarataÅ, Leyla Deniz, Åafak Sakçak
“Architectural design is a complex activity that involves multiple levels of knowledge, communication, and production, even on a small project. Architects often speak their own language, both in terminology and through conventions of drawings, models, and diagrams.”
J. McMorrough, Materials, Structures, and Standards, (Rockport Publisher, 2006).
This course as the continuation of ARCH 131, involves exercises to develop communication, and visual concepts in architecture by using drawing media. ARCH 132 concentrates on the use of architectural expressions (as the international language of communication in architecture) as well as the advanced three dimensional expression techniques as the perspective drawing. Advanced drawing equipment, materials and techniques are introduced to students via this course.