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About intersections23rdn5th

Architect, Designer and Researcher - based in Istanbul and New York City.

Three Acts of Architecture, featured in THAT Magazine Fall Issue

(Short update: Following my contribution, the AKM piece, we sat down with THAT Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Simon Johnson, and decided to collaborate further, having me as a contributing editor for the Architecture section. Yet, and willingly, there is no ‘section’ in

Three Acts of Architecture, featured in THAT Magazine Fall Issue

(Short update: Following my contribution, the AKM piece, we sat down with THAT Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Simon Johnson, and decided to collaborate further, having me as a contributing editor for the Architecture section. Yet, and willingly, there is no ‘section’ in

Atmospheres of Discussion, The Workshop: Architecture of Democracy & Learning from Things

Theory & Background The guiding theory alongside the critical issues and the methodology on which the workshop was based, is mainly situated around the book “Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy (MIT Press, 2005)” by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel,

Atmospheres of Discussion, The Workshop: Architecture of Democracy & Learning from Things

Theory & Background The guiding theory alongside the critical issues and the methodology on which the workshop was based, is mainly situated around the book “Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy (MIT Press, 2005)” by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel,

An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 2

(continued from “An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 1”)  (2) The methods of visual abstraction and Constructing a Reality for a project: The Collage and The Unique Drawing The second subject on which I wanted

An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 2

(continued from “An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 1”)  (2) The methods of visual abstraction and Constructing a Reality for a project: The Collage and The Unique Drawing The second subject on which I wanted

An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 1

So this course, that is not a proper academic course in conventional terms, I taught for the passing semester was intended to be a ‘catch-up’ class for second year architecture students. I call it accidental since it was on request by the

An accidental CAD Course: (or) Some Tips for Visual Communication in Architecture – 1

So this course, that is not a proper academic course in conventional terms, I taught for the passing semester was intended to be a ‘catch-up’ class for second year architecture students. I call it accidental since it was on request by the

Blur, Polemic, Representation.

This was a lecture I gave at the “Architectural Representation” Course instructed by Professors Hulya Ari and Hakan Tong, in ITU Department of Architecture. Peculiar and very much linked to the issue of Representation, or to the problematics of it,

Blur, Polemic, Representation.

This was a lecture I gave at the “Architectural Representation” Course instructed by Professors Hulya Ari and Hakan Tong, in ITU Department of Architecture. Peculiar and very much linked to the issue of Representation, or to the problematics of it,

MIMAROLUYORUM Workshops : DunyalariBenYarattim (The World is a ‘Construction’)

This workshop event, titled ‘MimarOluyorum’ (meaning I AM BEING AN ARCHITECT) took place in the Faculty of Architecture Building (‘Taskisla’) of Istanbul Technical University. The goal was to simply introduce Architecture with its all possible trajectories and at various scales

MIMAROLUYORUM Workshops : DunyalariBenYarattim (The World is a ‘Construction’)

This workshop event, titled ‘MimarOluyorum’ (meaning I AM BEING AN ARCHITECT) took place in the Faculty of Architecture Building (‘Taskisla’) of Istanbul Technical University. The goal was to simply introduce Architecture with its all possible trajectories and at various scales