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Janmaat, Eliza (author)
When looking at the future we try to imagine what will be factors in life we value the most. When it comes to focussing on the main quality of life it comes down to our health. Health will grow into becoming a lifestyle and not only a clinical state. Within a city where the population count will grow towards 1.5 million inhabitants it is the...
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Tan, Li (author)
In the coming 80 years, the rise of productivity will result in two main directions: first, decentralization of work and production; second, economy turns its focus to emotion and wellness. So we claim that “Pleasure and Leisure are becoming the next leading economy.” We envision Amstel to be a (P)Leisure City. Within this context, the Fun...
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Elswijk, Wietse (author)
The spatial planning in the Amstel area can be attributed to its heavy infrastructure. As in the scenario for 2050 mobility takes on a smaller shape, the area becomes a far denser agglomeration of productive spaces focused on the experience of both the walker and the cyclist. Accessibility gains the upper hand over centrality, see also what...
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Dai, Chenxi (author)
As one of the most important and attractive city in Europe, Amsterdam has seen a great growth of its residents in the recent years. How to offer enough houses for the new arrivals will be a continuous question for the managers of the city. The densification process has already started. Wasted lands like abandoned houses and old industrial areas...
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Boomars, Sjoerd (author)
Amsterdam Overamstel is a site in rapid transition from an area which is anno 2018 mainly focused on low value commercial spaces and infrastructure. Especially this infrastructure has a fragmenting effect on the location. These fragments do not have clear connections and a hierarchy inbetween. Combined with the planned densification this could...
master thesis 2018
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