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Lâl Dalay graduated from İzmir University of Economics, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design with 1. honorable degree and in 2022, she completed her master's degree at ITU, Landscape Architecture Program. In the Spring Term of 2022, she started to work as a research assistant in the same department. Currently she continues her studies on Biophilic Design, Sustainable Design, Indoor Landscape, Space Perception, Human Based Design and Sensorial Design.
September 2014 - June 2019
This thesis investigates the effects of biophilic design elements on people's perception and behavior of space, with a focus on interiors. In this context, by revealing the relationship between human-nature-space, the foundations of the concept of biophilia are explained, the biophilic design theory is defined in details, and the design elements ar...
Water is the source of life for our planet, guided the ancient civilizations, and formed its current footprint on the earth. Water has always been a crucial element of our biological survival; consequently, humankind has permanently settled around it while carrying the responsibility of protecting it. To understand the water pattern in various citi...
As atmospheric carbon levels, which cause global warming and threaten human life, approach critical limits, awareness on this issue has increased and applications for the implementation of new energy sources have accelerated. The search for solutions to reduce the rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels as a result of the increase in industrializa...
The concept of biophilic design emerges as a solution in an environment where urbanization drives people away from nature, and the built environment becomes increasingly critical to people's productivity ; emotional, physical, and mental health; and leads to the pursuit of nature. Examples in which the understanding of including nature in the built...
Biophilic design, which is the way of turning back to its essence of human from the modern world, aims to create atmospheric differences in the interior where the human can be both physically and mentally comfortable. In the conditions where green areas lost with urbanization bring the city people away from the nature and longing for nature. As Bio...