Co.sius Site Plan


Problem Definition

Our project this semester for our firm is designing a mid-level school in a very strategic location in Cebeci. In order to tackle this problem, we did a quick research about how the information regarding this problem occurred. There are three main aspects of approaching the situation. Seeing this design as an educational institution, seeing it as an urban-scaled project and focusing on it being on Cebeci. to tackle this, we produced and tried to define our problem:

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Designing Using Sketching and CAD

After designed the plan of the Housing Reference Project, I recognized the true practicality of using the media of real life sketching. By printing the digital plan and then studying different solutions, i am able to design more affectively. After this there is always the solution to bring your abstract decisions to work on the properly drawn digital media.

Triangulation vs Curvalinear vs Ortogonally Linear

For the first initial process of my design project in the Arch201, I wanted to explore different languages of design. Because of the reason the reason that in our first studio I choose to study with a purely orthogonal design, I wanted to challenge myself to see the different possibilities and potentials that come with different tools. Firstly I studied with the addition of some paths that move around and create separations and spaces with the usage of red-taped lines. Then I saw that the creation of spaces can also be constructed in a more volumetric manner. I used triangulation to obtain a folding surface and has more orientation.


After that, I saw that I can also produce a spatial experience by using organic curvilinear elements. These curved surfaces were constructed by the strategy of a transition that comes from being at zero level to some value in a smooth manner. This creates an increasing enclosure level that I got inspired very much that to inject that triangulation tool to that strategy of producing volumes.


Taşkale & Meke Maar