New M.Sc. Course

Digital Topographies of Form

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayşegül Akçay Kavakoğlu –
Mondays 13.30-16.30

The course examines past and contemporary digital design theory and practice approaches to enable a critical discussion on the current state of digital design, computation, and representation concerning the quest of the form in design and architecture. It focuses on the evolving meanings of form by discussing the paradigmatic shifts in architecture that occurred via technological developments. The course covers critical discussions on the topics such as morphology, topology, computation, and aesthetics concerning form generation, representation, and production. Reading materials cover book chapters and research articles by architects, researchers, and designers. Workshops and guest speakers will support the course to foster the discussions.

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