CRP334 MOVEMENT AND ISSUES IN URBAN SPACE DESIGN
|METU Credit (Theoretical-Laboratory hours/week):
||City And Regional Planning
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||Prof.Dr. MEHMET ADNAN BARLAS
There is a wide range of architectural movements and approaches in city building about which the student of physical planning must be informed, in order to enhance an inventory of spatial design to formulate solutions to emerging problems in the urban domain. In this sense, the understanding of the historical developments in world views and perspectives is a must for a better reading of the formal attributes of the cities. Therefore, this course will introduce the students to a framework which explains the relationship between the formal and notional attributes of urban space design.