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Gerbrandij, Robbie (author)
With the population growing worldwide and the ideal number of squared meters used per person increasing, cities such as Amsterdam are facing new expansion challenges; needing more dwellings whilst less buildable space is available. This dichotomy causes several groups of people in our society to move out of the cities. One of these migrating...
master thesis 2019
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Poldermans, Gijs (author)
The city centre of Amsterdam is becoming unaffordable and uninhabitable for its locals. This project features the design for a residential building where social cohesion, liveability and the interaction between tourists and the inhabitants are vocal points.
master thesis 2019
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Faber, Liesbeth (author)
Social housing for refugee families focussing specifically on three aspects: <br/>1. Designing suitable housing for families within the typology of the gallery flat, <br/>2. Designing for refugees: social and spatial needs of this target group <br/>3. The multicultural floor plan: what can different dwelling cultures add to the standard Dutch...
master thesis 2019
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van Velzen, Iris (author)
Families are leaving the city of Amsterdam, mainly due to a lack of safety, child friendly outdoor spaces and affordable and appropriate size housing. Yet many of them do want to stay in the city, and the city wants to maintain them too, as they are important for the whole circle of city life. The notion of ‘family’ though is rather general, and...
master thesis 2018
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