Within the framework of the program determined in the unique context of Nesin Villages, we come together to establish interdisciplinary relations and partnerships in a one-week program that will proceed through abstract thinking and design with discussions and workshops.
To open a space for interdisciplinary thinking and questioning on spatial practices and to create a common education and discussion platform in Nesin Villages, where the culture of living and working together can be experienced. To open the "spatial discourses" of different disciplines for discussion and to share our stories by speaking, moving, drawing and shaping, to strengthen the interaction and communication between individuals involved in design education in different cities and schools.
3rd and 4th year undergraduate students and graduates of Architecture and Design faculties (Architecture, Industrial Design, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, City and Regional Planning, etc.). For anyone who has questions and curiosity about "space", highly motivated applications will also be considered, apart from the specified criteria.
The cost of the program is 3025 TL for the wards and 2325 TL for the tents, including four meals, accommodation, lessons and all kinds of basic needs.
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Participants are expected to write a maximum of 200 words (motivation letter) on the application form, describing themselves and their work in connection with why they want to attend the Architecture Summer Camp. In addition, they are requested to add a single accessible link of their work produced with a free technique (video, poster, photograph, collage, etc.) to the box in the application form.
Partnerships will be established between two simultaneous workshops during the summer camp, but applicants must make a choice beforehand about which workshop they would like to attend. Applications will be considered collectively. Your application result will be sent by e-mail after approximately 1 month. All payment and registration procedures will be done after your application is accepted.
Workshop 1: speculative nematode
Call me Bursaphelenchus xylophilus. I’m a tiny, wormlike creature, a nematode, and I spend most of my time crunching the insides of pine trees. But my kin are as well-traveled as any whaler sailing the seven seas. Stick with me, and I’ll tell you about some curious voyages.
Workshop 2: ‘Waste’ of the Village
The output of what is produced in the village is always talked about, should we talk about what is consumed? Consumption, reducing consumption, converting waste, consuming what can be recycled… As the waste issue has become popular in recent years, discussion topics and solution proposals have also diversified.
Aslıhan Şenel is currently conducting architectural design studios at İTÜ Faculty of Architecture and is organizing international courses, workshops and academic meetings. She explores the possibilities of producing urban and architectural