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I.T.U. Faculty of Architecture Department of Architecture Building Technology Division

Building Construction Methods

MIM 261E Wednesday 09.00-13.00 2006 – 2007 Fall Semester

Dr. Aslıhan Tavil, Dr. Nil Şahal, Dr. Ecem Edis

Objective


The course aims to develop an understanding of the broad spectrum of construction methods of building element systems that are available to the architect. It focuses on combining building materials and components into building elements which performs as required, describes the sequence of building element systems construction and evaluates the impact of various choices on the overall effectiveness of the design solution.


The overall intention is to demonstrate that the successful completion of a building design relies upon a successful constructional design (structural system, building service systems, building elements, constructional methods, materials) and its imaginative use being consistent with the building design concept. It is hoped that at the earliest consideration of the appropriate constructional design may then become integral with the student's conceptual design projects.

Content


Function of building elements.

Factors affecting building elements (environmental factors, user requirements).

Analysis of building element systems in respect to physical composition and performances:

  • Floor systems (below- and above-grade: slab on grade, intermediate floor, projecting floor, suspended ceiling, raised floor).

  • External wall systems (below- and above-grade).

  • Window and door systems.

  • Roof systems (low slope and pitched roofs).

  • Stairs and ramps.

  • Internal partition systems (fixed and moveable vertical partitions).

Methodology


Lecture with extensive use of illustrations,

(the course will be conducted in a discussion format with the students, as well).

Readings and essay: use of referenced materials to develop design solutions is required.

Studio work: Analysis of various existing building element system solutions

Observation: Construction of various building element systems

Schedule





Week

Date

Topic




1

20.09

Introduction




2

27.09

Construction Methods

(in general)




3

04.10

Floor Systems


Example analysis

4

11.10

Stairs and ramps


Example analysis

5

18.10

External wall systems


Example analysis

6

25.10

Holiday





7

01.11

External wall systems


Example analysis

8

08.11

Windows and Doors

Construction method – an application example

9

15.11

Mid term exam

Construction method – an application example

10

22.11

Roof Systems


Example analysis

11

29.11

Roof Systems

Construction method – an application example

12

06.12

Internal Subdivision Systems


Example analysis

13

13.12

Internal Subdivision Systems

Construction method – an application example

14

20.12

Student Work


Studio work

15

27.12

Student Work


Studio work



References

Books


Allen, E., Iano, J., “Fundamentals of Building Construction, Materials and Methods”, John Wiley and Sons, 1990.

Allen, E., Architectural Detailing; Function, Constructibility, Aesthetics, John Wiley and Sons, 1993.

Blanc, A., “Internal Components”, Mitchell’s Building Series, Longman, 1994.

Blanc, A., “Stairs, Steps and Ramps”, Butterworth Architecture, 1996.

Busch, A., “Floorworks” , Longmeadow Press, 1992

Ching, F. D. K., “Building Construction Illustrated”, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1991.

Chudley, R., “Construction Technology I, II, III, IV”, Longman Ltd., 1999.

Foster, J. S., Raymond Harrington, R., “Structure and Fabric, Part 2”, Mitchell’s Building Series, Longman, 1996.

Foster, J. S., “Structure and Fabric, Part 1”, Mitchell’s Building Series, Longman, 1996.

Hardy, S., Roof Design, Mc Graw Hill, 1998.

Mc Evoy, M., External Components, Mitchell’s Building Series, B.T. Batsford Limited, London, 1991.

Millais, M., “Building Structures”, E&FN Spon, 1997.

Nashed, F., Exterior Wall Design, Mc Graw Hill, 1998.

Olin, H., Schmitt, J.L., Lewis, W. “Construction, Principles, Materials, and Methods, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995.

Osborn D., “Introduction to Building”, Batsford Limited, 1985.

Reid, E., “Understanding Buildings - A Multidisciplinary Approach”, Construction Press, 1984.

Rich, P., Dean, Y., Principles of Element Design, Architectural Press, 1999.

Smith, J., “Materials of Construction”, Mc Graw Hill, 1988.

Wakita, O., Linde, R.M., The Professional Practice of Architectural Detailing, John Wiley and Sons, 1999.

Binan, M., “Ahşap Çatılar”, Birsen Yayınevi, 1990.

Binan, M., “Ahşap Kapılar”, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayınları, 1995.

Binan, M., “Doğramalar, Ahşap Pencere”, Kipaş, 1985.

Binan, M., “Yapı Elemanları, Çizimler ve Açıklamalar”, İTÜ Vakfı, 1986.

Erol, A.İ., “Yapılarda Taşıyıcı Sistem” , Zonguldak Karaelmas Üniversitesi, 1997

Salvadori, M., Heller, R., “Mimarlıkta Taşıyıcı Sistemler”, İTÜ Mimarlık F., 1982.

Sarı, A., “ Merdivenler, Düşey Sirkülasyon Araçları”, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi, 1998.

Toydemir, N., “Yapı Elemanı Tasarımında Malzeme”, Literatür, 2000.

Türkçü, Ç., “Yapım”, Mimarlar Odası İzmir Şubesi Yayınları, 1997.

Yücesoy, L., “Temeller, Duvarlar, Döşemeler”, Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayınları, 1998.

Journal


DETAIL

Institut für internationale Architektur Dokumentation GmbH, München.

DEUTSCHE BAUZEITSCHRIFT, dbz

Bertelsmann Fachzeitschriften, Gütersloh.

“bautechnik”

DEUTSCHE BAUZEITUNG, db

Deutsche Verlags Anstalt, Stuttgart.

“technik”

THE ARCHITECTS’ JOURNAL, AJ

Emap Communications Ltd., London.

“working details”, “building study”

Catalog


YAPI KATALOĞU

Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayın Bölümü, İstanbul.

YAPI MALZEMELERİ KATALOĞU

TMMOB Mimarlar Odası İstanbul Büyükkent Şubesi, İstanbul.

Web-sites


www.insaat-yapi.gen.tr

www.yapitr.com

www.yapimedya.com

www.yapirehberi.net

www.yem.net


Grading policy


Mid-term exam: % 50

Final exam (student work): % 50.

Office hours


Wednesday 11.00-12.00.

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