A conceptual project on the renovation of Coburg Glockenberg Cemetery building

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Zeynep Sadiklar

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 Interior design studios have an important place in interior architecture education. Because these studios are the environments that the student experiences with their knowledge about the profession within the scope of the project and various design approaches. The student also learns to manage the project process in a limited time frame while gaining design skills in this environment. The interior design project covered in this article was worked by the author at the Coburg Applied Sciences and Arts University in Coburg, Bavaria, Germany, during the fall semester of 2012-2013. The purpose of this article is to provide the other students and educators benefit in design education by putting forward the method observed in the project process and observed that the student is beneficial. "Conceptualization" is used as a method in the project. Based on the main concept of the project, the sub-concepts produced are scored as the dominance for each space, and the space-concept tables are created. Thus, the continuity of the design philosophy has been preserved from the determined concept to the final product. As a result, it has been observed that the table of definite design decisions in hand helps the student to use time efficiently and make quick decisions.
Keywords: Interior design studio; interior design education; concept project; conceptual design; cemetery building
 

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