An Oikodomos Workshop about Housing and Proximity.
International Workshop 2-6 May 2011, Istanbul, Turkey
hosted by Istanbul Technical University, HREC
all activities are located at the ITU, Istanbul
day one: Monday May 2nd, 2011
-Prof. Dr. Orhan Hacihasanoglu, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, ITU
-HREC Vice-Director, Prof. Dr. Ahsen Özsoy, Vice Rector, ITU
-HERA-C Director, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Turkan Ulusu Uraz, EMU
-Oikodomos Partner Leader: Prof. Dr. Leandro Madrazo, project framework, integrated activities, workshop calendar, planned follow-up.
14h30: Concept of Proximity.
-Introduction general theme by prof. Dr. Kris Scheerlinck.
-Presentation of Integration Outcomes by mixed groups of student participants
16h00: Tea / Coffee Break
16h30: Lecture: “Istanbul: Uncertainties and Transformations” by Prof. Dr. Gülsün Sağlamer
17h15: Lecture “Housing Typologies in the Process of Change” by Prof. Dr. Yurdanur Dulgeroglu Yuksel
18h00: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Beril Ozmen: introduction to the Göksu Quarter site
18h15: Pin-up Projects Exhibition Preparation
day two: Tuesday May 3rd, 2011
9h00: visit Istanbul site
14h00: Urban Context. Working session on site Istanbul.
17h30: lecture “Tale of the City on Water” by Dr. Fatma Erkök
day three: Wednesday May 4th, 2011
9h00: Urban Context. Social Context. Working session on site Istanbul.
14h00: Urban Context. Social Context. Working session on site Istanbul.
day four: Thursday May 5th, 2011
9h00: Urban Context. Social Context. Architectural Strategies. Working session on site Istanbul.
14h00: Urban Context. Social Context. Architectural Strategies. Working session on site Istanbul.
day five: Friday May 6th, 2011
9h00: Urban Context. Social Context. Architectural Strategies. Final presentations ( 10x15min sessions per group + comments, presentations uploaded in Proximity Workspace)
11h30: Discussing Proximities. Conclusions.
What is Oikodomos?
OIKODOMOS is a research project financed by the Lifelong Learning programme 2007-2009 and 2010-2011 carried out by higher education institutions and research centers from Belgium, France, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. The goal of the project is to create a virtual campus to promote the study of dwelling at a European scale. This virtual campus is going to develop new methods to study housing in a multidisciplinary way, interweaving different courses and seminars, digital repositories and on-line learning environments, cases analysis and project workshops taking place at the participating institutions.