Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture
2019-2020 / Fall, Interior Design Studio, Spatial Narratives Module
Tutors: V. Şafak Uysal, İpek Kay
In this module, we will work within the socio-physical context provided by Gölcük Nature Park (Bolu) and its nearby surroundings. By conceiving architecture as a cultural medium that not only symbolizes power relations but is also an instrument and agent of power itself, we will approach Gölcük Nature Park (GNP) as a site that embodies various stories of framing, accessing and consuming nature as well as its complex entanglements in diverse forms and experiences of research, learning and recreation…
“blank or missing portion in a manuscript,” from Latin lacuna “hole, pit,” figuratively “a gap, void, want,” diminutive of lacus “pond, lake; hollow, opening”. The Latin plural is lacunae. The word has also been used in English in the literal Latin sense in anatomy, zoology, botany. Mathematics tends to use lacunary, natural history lacunose, and lacunar is used in the architecture of paneled ceilings, so-called for their sunken compartments. Leaving lacunal for the manuscript sense.
Our article based on this studio: Lacunae in the Forest: A Phenomenological Approach in the Interior Design Studio