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In the study, at the Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Biruni University, in the 2019–2020 academic Fall Semester 1, in the scope of “introduction to Project 1” course, the applications of the students in the semester are discussed. During the implementation process, each student created original three-dimensional works based on the original works of Piet Mondrian. They have converted two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional works with utility elements such as cubes, rectangular prisms and bars, with model materials to be used in their chosen areas. In the last stage, they drew the top, front-back and right-left side facades of the three-dimensional works. As a result, the students experienced a process in which they gained self-confidence, were not afraid to experiment and achieved successful results without being within certain limits with their original design approaches in their first studio experience. It was seen that they grasped the importance of learning by seeing, creating alternative solutions with trial and error method, expressing visually and experiencing in studio work. They have obtained a useful studio experience in which they can draw, transfer what they see and develop their manual skills with the concepts of ratio, proportion, scale and perception with the studies done.
Keywords: Project, design, studio space, experience, three-dimensional perception.
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