What’s in my bag: Architecture Happens

What’s in my bag: Architecture Happens

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Advanced Models : Deutsche Arkitektur Museum

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One of the factors that makes architecture amusing is modeling. Whenever I find a chance to examine them, I take it full of advantage. Hence, it was unavoidable for me to visit Deutsche Arkitektur Museum while I was in Frankfurt. I took more than 600 photos in a very short time, can you believe this? There was a part that took my attention the most was the development progress of architecture from the first. Moreover model of Çatalhöyük, exists in Turkey, was well symbolized with figures showing how was the daily life of the people those days (about 6000-7000 BC). I want to share some detais from the museum, but just a little bit. Sounds selfish, right? The museum is next to Untermainbrücke in Frankfurt, it takes 10-15 minutes from Hauptbahnhof Main Station by walking. If you go Frankfurt, don’t skip DAM. Tschüss!

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Architecture at METU

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Hello dandy people! I wanted to say hello before my classes get harder. As you know I’m studying Architecture at Middle East Technical University. My lessons have started this week. First lessons of architecture were something like an advanced version of pre-school education. The most amazing time of my life was my pre-school period: I had a clear mind with bright ideas and I’m hopeful as much as those years even our teachers’ urging attitude.

I was going to miss the best part: there’s no right or wrong in lessons. You make it. If it feels right to you(and to your teachers either:) ) And you have to work during the whole lesson and there’s no chance to get bored. I love it.
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