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Gizem Özer

The Daily Workshop Series (Günlük Atölyeler Serisi-g.a.s.)

http://www.ozergizem.wordpress.com

İstanbul Technical University, Faculty Of Architecture, istanbul, Turkey
Gizem Özer is graduated with a bachelor's degree in architecture from Izmir Institute of Technology in 2012. In 2015, she completed her M.Sc. thesis in architectural design at ITU. At present, she is a Ph.D. candidate in architectural design and working as a research and teaching assistant in Department of Architecture, ITU.

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb)


Speculations on Istanbul through Cedric Price’s Cybernetic Paradigm

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb)


Speculations on Istanbul through Cedric Price’s Cybernetic Paradigm
Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) is the speculations of critical ideas on education through utopian-fictional models.
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Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The speculations of Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) focus on ideas rather than forms, they have the opportunity to benefit from inferences and changes while preventing official limitations. Thus, regardless of technical and formal limitations, the utopian-fictional models can easily reassess the development of architecture in the future. The "futuristic" features of the ITb are motivated by Cedric Price's cybernetic paradigm that provides profound understanding of the impossibility of determined programming within unstable socio-economic conditions, and of the potential of calculated uncertainty in post-industrial society. The current situation of architectural schools and students, and the idea of reconstructing them with a networked computer operating system can lead to a variety of discussions by encouraging participation and collaboration in the future, and on the other side, can contribute greatly to understanding the potential of design within the social context.


Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in motion"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in construction"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in air"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Network Map

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Operational System

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb)


Speculations on Istanbul through Cedric Price’s Cybernetic Paradigm

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb)


Speculations on Istanbul through Cedric Price’s Cybernetic Paradigm
Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) is the speculations of critical ideas on education through utopian-fictional models.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The speculations of Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) focus on ideas rather than forms, they have the opportunity to benefit from inferences and changes while preventing official limitations. Thus, regardless of technical and formal limitations, the utopian-fictional models can easily reassess the development of architecture in the future. The "futuristic" features of the ITb are motivated by Cedric Price's cybernetic paradigm that provides profound understanding of the impossibility of determined programming within unstable socio-economic conditions, and of the potential of calculated uncertainty in post-industrial society. The current situation of architectural schools and students, and the idea of reconstructing them with a networked computer operating system can lead to a variety of discussions by encouraging participation and collaboration in the future, and on the other side, can contribute greatly to understanding the potential of design within the social context.


Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in motion"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in construction"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Projections of De-Centralised Education Hubs on the Bosphorus Bridge - "Education in air"

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Network Map

Istanbulites Thinkbelt (ITb) Operational System


Idea by

Gizem Özer
The Daily Workshop Series (Günlük Atölyeler Serisi-g.a.s.)
İstanbul Technical University, Faculty Of Architecture
istanbul
Turkey
Gizem Özer is graduated with a bachelor's degree in architecture from Izmir Institute of Technology in 2012. In 2015, she completed her M.Sc. thesis in architectural design at ITU. At present, she is a Ph.D. candidate in architectural design and working as a research and teaching assistant in Department of Architecture, ITU.