FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Course Name   DESIGNING AND PLANNING OF SHOPPING PLACES (ELECTIVE)
Semester Course Code Theoretical / Practice time ECTS
5 3503560 2 / - 4
Course Degree Bachelor's degree
Course Language Turkish
Format of Delivery: Face to Face
Course Coordinator Assist. Prof. Dr. Kadriye TOPCU
Coordinator e-mail denizk selcuk.edu.tr
Instructors
Yrd. Doç.Dr. Kadriye TOPCU
Asistant Instructors
Course Objectives Informing about the social and spatial changing process of shopping/consumption areas which are indispensable functional usage places of urban areas from past to the present. Discussing the current situation and how these types of places should be designed and planned in the future.
Basic Sciences Engineering Scinces Social Sciences Educational Sciences Artistic sciences Medical Science Agricultural sciences
0 0 60 10 30 0 0
Course Learning Methods and Techniquies
Oral presentation with slides, discussion through the examples and exchange of information.
Week Course Content Resource
1 Shopping habits and its change in historical process, consumption society Topçu, K., Bilsel, S.G., 2010, Urban identities dissolvıng into the changing consumption culture, 14th International Planning History Society Conference (IPHS), İstanbul.Topçu, K., 2011. "Alışveriş Alanlarının Mekansal Kalite Açısından Değerlendirilmesi: Karşılaştırmalı Bir Analiz", S.Ü. Fen Bilimleri Ens., Basılmamış Doktora Tezi, Konya.Zukin, S., 1998, Urban lifestyles: diversity and standardisation in spaces of consumption, Urban Studies, vol.35., no.5-6, 825-839, Carfax pub.
2 Shopping spaces and its change in historical process Antiquity, Middle Age and The Renaissance-Baroque Period Göçer, O. 1984, Şehirlerde ticaret alanları, İ.T.Ü. Matbaası, İstanbul.Osmay, S., 1999, 1923ten bugüne kent merkezlerinin dönüşümü, 75. Yılda Kent ve Mimarlık, sf.139-154, İstanbul.Coleman, P., 2006, Shopping environments evolution, planning and design, ISBN.9780750660013, Architectural pres, Elsevier.
3 Continue to the subject of shopping spaces and its change in historical process Enlightenment Period and New Age Osmay, S., 1999, 1923ten bugüne kent merkezlerinin dönüşümü, 75. Yılda Kent ve Mimarlık, sf.139-154, İstanbul.
4 Classification and types of shopping spaces bazaars Dökmeci, V., Yazgı, B., Özus, E., 2006, Informal retailing in a global age: The growth of periodic markets in Istanbul, 1980?2002,Cities, v.23, no.1, p.44-55, Elsevier.
5 Traditional Markets, explanation through the examples of Turkish and World cities Steiner, R.L., 1996, Traditional neighbourhood shopping distirict: patterns of use and modes of access, PHD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, USA.Moosavi, M.S., 2004, Bazaar and its role in the development of Iranian traditional cities, sf.1-9.
6 Modern Shopping Streets explanation through the examples Falk, P., Campbell, C., 1997, Introduction, The Shopping Experience, P. Falk & C. Campbell (ed.), Sage Publications, London, pp. 1-14.
7 Building scale shopping units big department stores, supermarkets, hypermarkets, multi-layered markets and shopping centers Smith, H., Hay, D., 2005, Streets, malls and supermarkets, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, vol.14.,n.1., pp.29-59, Blackwell pub.
8 Shopping Centers and their effects on the urban space Gillette, H., 1985, The evolution of the planned shopping center in suburb and city, Journal of the American Planning Association, Routledge.Goss, J., 1993, The ?magic of the mall: an analysis of form, function and meaning in the contemporary retail built environment, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, no.83, vol.1, p.18-47.Gruen, V., Smith, L., 1960, Shopping towns USA, Reinhold pub.corp., New York.
9 Determining the criteria which can be important for producing successful shopping spaces, determining the assignment titles Irklı, D., Aksulu, I., Bilsel, S.G., 1996, Geleneksel çarşı ve eski ticaret merkezlerinin yenilenmesinde kentsel tasarım ilkeleri, 4. Kentsel Koruma-Yenileme ve Uygulamalar Kolokyumu, İstanbul.
10 Continue to the determination of the important criteria for producing successful shopping spaces.
11 Mid-term examination
12 Presentation of the assignments Case study
13 Presentation of the assignments Case study
14 Presentation of the assignments Case study
15 Presentation of the assignments Case study
Assesment Criteria   Mid-term exam Final exam
  Quantity Percentage Quantity Percentage  
Term Studies : - - - -
Attendance / Participation : - - - -
Practical Exam : - - - -
Special Course Exam : - - - -
Quiz : - - - -
Homework : - - 1 20
Presentations and Seminars : - - 1 20
Projects : - - - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - - - -
Case studies : - - - -
Field Studies : - - - -
Clinical Studies : - - - -
Other Studies : - - - -
Mid-term exam   1 40 - -
Final exam   - - 1 20
ECTS WORK LOAD TABLE   Number Duration
Course Duration : 14 2
Classroom Work Time : 14 2
Presentations and Seminars : 1 17
Course Internship : - -
Workshop / Laboratory Applications : - -
Field Studies : - -
Case studies : - -
Projects : - -
Homework : 1 17
Quiz : - -
Mid-term exam : 1 15
Final Exam : 1 15
ECTS 4
No COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES CONTRIBUTION
D.Ö.Ç. 1 Develop a conceptual and theoretical basis for design studies regarding shopping places 4
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