Course Code: 
INTD 492
Course Period: 
Course Type: 
Prerequisite Courses: 
Course Language: 
Course Objectives: 
The aim of this course is to solve complicated design problems concerning multy-storey buildings by using acquired, interior design skills and presenting original solutions, maintaining technical, economical, material and aesthetic values.
Course Content: 

It is asked to design an entertainment center in a 800-8-1000 m² area. Description of the different functions and needs, analysis the relation of the human-space-function, creating an original spatial quality that has a clear solution with the served and serving spaces and circulation, solving the details of interior space in detail, design integrity between surface coverings, texture, color and furnishing and the illumination equipments, strong presentation quality and style reflecting the characteristics of the subject.

Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Question & Answer, 3: Discussion, 4: Case Study
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Testing, B: Presentation, C: Homework, D: Project Development

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Course Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Program Learning Outcomes Teaching Methods Assessment Methods
  1. Learner, explains his project with graphic means.
1,3,12 1,3 B, D
  1. Learner, determines material and color compositions.
5,6,8 1,3,4 B,C,D
  1. Learner, gains the ability of design and presentation.
3,7,9 1,4 B,D
  1. Learner, analyzes the interrelations of dimensions.
1,3,9 1,2,4 A,D
  1. Learner, developes the skills of material selection and applications.
4,6,8,9 1,2,3,4 B,C,D
  1. Learner, designs the interiors of an entertainment center (various types of buildings).
5,11,12 1,2,4 A,B,C,D



Course Flow

Week Topics Study Materials
1 Introduction of project subject and grouping of students.  
2 Analysing project programs.  
3 Analysing given buildings and preliminary studies (scale 1/100).  
4 Preliminary place making drills (scale 1/100).  
5 Plan and section studies (scale 1/50).  
6 Plan and section studies (scale 1/50).  
7 System details preliminary studies (scale 1/20).  
8 Midterm Exam 1 and midterm Jury  
9 System details preliminary studies (scale 1/20).  
10 Developing system detailing (scale 1/20).  
11 Developing 1/50 and 1/20 studies.  
12 Midterm Exam 2 and midterm Jury  
13 Plan and section studies (scale 1/20).  
14 Make-up exam, Implementation of all project works as whole.  
15 Drills on coloring, material and third dimensional representation.  



Recommended Sources

Textbook 1.Yapı Tasarımı Temel Bilgileri (Ernst Neufert / GÜVEN) 

2. Interior Design Atlas (Francisco Asensio Cerver /  ULLMANN )

Additional Resources
  1. Human Dimension & Interior Space; J.Panero, M.Zelnik, 1979, New York.
  2. Neufert, Yapı Tasarımı Temel Bilgileri, Ocak 2008, Beta Yayın Dağıtım A.Ş.
  3. Time Saver Standarts For Interior Design And Space Planning;J.De Chiara, J. Panero, M. Zelnik, 2nd edition, 2001, Mc-GRAW-HILL. 
  4. Mimarlık Biçim, Mekan ve Düzen; Francis D.K. Ching, 2007, YEM Yayınları.
  5. İç Mekan Tasarımı; Francis D.K. Ching, 2008, YEM Yayınları.
  6. İç Mekan Tasarımı Nedir? Graeme Brooker, Sally Stone, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi  Kitabevi.
  7. İç Mimarlar  Odası Yapı Kataloğu.
  8. Yapı Malzemeleri Kataloğu.
  9. Özürlü Kişilere Uyarlanmış Yapı, Mimarlar Odası, İstanbul Büyükkent Şubesi Yayınları.
  10. International Interiors 2: Offices, Studios, Shops, Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Hotels, Cultural and Public Buildings, Lewis Blackwell.
  11. Commercial Space: Boutiques, Francisco Asensio Cerver.
  12. Commercial Space: Restaurants, Francisco Asensio Cerver.
  13. Interior World No:28, Restaurant / Cafe and Bar / Shop, Archiworld Co.LTD.
  14. Cafes, Bars and Restaurants, Monsa.
  15. Store Presentation and Design No:2-3, Martin M. Pegler.
  16. New Shops / Space Series, Pace Publishing Ltd.
  17. Retail Theraphy: Store Design Today, Melina Deliyannis.
  18. Periodicals; Domus, Interior Design, Tasarım, Frame, Best Of Best ...

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Mid-terms 2 60
Mid-term Jury 2 40
Assignment - -
Total   100
Total   100



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Course’s Contribution to Program

No Program Learning Outcomes Katkı Düzeyi
1 2 3 4 5
1 The ability of applying artistic and technical knowledge in developing contemporary and genuine designs within the scope of interior architectural discipline.         X
2 The ability of understanding the interaction between people and the physical environment.       X  
3 The capability of thinking and expressing in two and three dimensional ways within the design process.         X
4 The ability of analytical researching, critical approach developing and problem solving in the field of art and design.         X
5 The ability of establishing the relationship between the past, present and the future and evaluating design applications within the historical and artistic process.       X  
6 The ability of using techniques and technology to realise contemporary interior architectural applications.       X  
7 The ability of having control on different architectural scales and solving the details within the process of designing interior space and equipments.         X
8 The ability to develop approaches on conservation and reuse at national and local level       X  
9 The ability of being versatile in working at interdisciplinary applications and teamwork.          
10 The ability of knowledge and application of  practice of occupational standards, regulations, ordinances and the rules of law.   X      
11 The ability of  establishing effective communication and expressing ideas within the visual, oral and literary field.     X    
12 The ability of to follow- up the developments within practice of design and to develop awareness of lifelong learning.       X  




Activities Quantity Duration
Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) 16 8 128
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 16 9 144
Mid-terms 2 8 16
Mid-term Jury 2 15 30
Final examination (jury) 1 50 50
Total Work Load     368
Total Work Load / 25 (h)     14,72
ECTS Credit of the Course     15