Aim: The research aims to reveal the structure of the abstraction model of architectural design. The aim of this course is to explain the dynamic model of the space design which is developed in accordance with the theoretical background of ”Contemporary Approaches in Space Design at the 2016-2018 Spring Semester in the Department of Architecture in Gebze Technical University. Knowledge theory is primarily interested in comprehensive scientific abstractions to understand the secrets of nature, to reveal the real causes of social progress or to formulate scientific laws. The temporality in these abstractions is made available to computers with complex mathematical models. The time-dependent spatial patterns in the model are formed by layers. The space design process is covered by the information-time-geometry. Method: The possible spatial patterns are explored with a geometric coding (mathematical function) developed from the novel “Museum of Innocence” by Orhan Pamuk (2008). Mapping the concept-geometry-space relationship over the diagrams through a dynamic model. Results: The formal transformation of the design system is considered as a dynamic process based on the operation of forms and information rather than the form it takes at any time. This is also a new process of creation as an architectural design methodology. Conclusion: The method makes creativity theorized for everyone. Abstraction transforms to the coding of the material rather than in the mind of the designer and initiates the discovery process with the codes formed in the information between the texts.
Keywords: Architectural Design, Time-Geometry-Space, Dialectics, Mapping, Dynamic Model