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Indriana, Ingrid Rosalyn (author)
Due to its archipelagic nature, Indonesia enforces to make substantial investments in its maritime sector, especially port infrastructure, in order to promote trade, economic growth, and ease disparity among Indonesia’s island regions. The challenge, of course, is that Indonesia has many ports to invest in and a limited budget; it must...
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van den Berg, Mary Lou (author)
The main objective of this master's thesis is to revitalize a district in Bandung by means of the adaptive reuse of shared heritage and passive climate systems. Furthermore, the ambition is to empower the local culture of fashion craftsmanship and create a sustainable alternative for shopping in the city centre of Bandung. Designing both a...
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Fuchs, Armin (author)
Praying for Water deals with several water related challenges in Bandung’s informal urban areas, first and foremost the lack of safe drinking water and proper sanitation. Although being based on the proposal for a decentralized water supply system, a rather holistic solution approach is followed. Beyond the use of appropriate technical...
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Bamerni, Allend (author)
In the Shared Studio Lab, the focus lies on the translation of the design in the city of Bandung, Indonesia. The city of Bandung was once established by the Dutch as an important transport hub, governmental & military base and travel destination for the Dutch colonial society. After Indonesia became officially independent in 1949, the city...
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Riga, Despoina (author)
In the context of the H&A Shared Heritage Lab, which I am part of, crucial built heritage issues are investigated in the city of Bandung, Indonesia. Bandung has many Indonesian-Dutch heritage sites and buildings as a result of the long period of colonization by the Dutch. They are part of both Dutch and Indonesian history and have become...
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Brooijmans, Sophie (author), Franken, Mathijs (author), de Iongh, Zilver (author), de Jong, Ward (author), van Marsbergen, Annemiek (author)
Indonesia is one of the largest ocean pollutants in the world in terms of plastic emissions. The country has many tourist areas, including the island of Bali, which is the main tourist hub. The plastic problem is large around and on Bali, which has negative consequences for both the environment and the tourism sector. NGOs and the government are...
student report 2019
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Hoogsteder, Fiona (author)
The objective of this master thesis is to gain knowledge regarding the dynamic behaviour of The Palmerah Tidal Bridge to hydraulic loads. The Palmerah Tidal Bridge, an enterprise of the construction company BAM, will become future's largest tidal power plant and a floating bridge between two islands in the Flores region, Indonesia. A combination...
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Limburg, Maarten (author)
Adaptive re-use of colonial heritage in Bandung, Indonesia.
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Cotino, Amy (author)
The problem statement focuses on the livelihoods of the residents of the kampongs in the historical city center of Bandung, Indonesia. The livelihoods within the kampong are mainly based on self-employment in the form of goods and services. This type of economic activity is widely known as the informal economy and consists of certain risks. The...
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Colenbrander, Jip (author)
What will the future of the shared heritage city center of Bandung, Indonesia be? When researching the current city center, it became clear that the historical structures of the city cannot cope with the growth of the city. In the past there was space for water, green and heritage, however traffic and people are taking over now. This results in...
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Mechielsen, Tim (author)
In this thesis local re-use and up-cycling opportunities are investigated within Bandung, Indonesia. The findings concerning the different types of waste building materials are applied within a building material hub design. The building strives to create a small scale circular economy concerning building materials within the local context.
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Hegeman, Steffan (author)
Indonesia is currently facing a housing deficit of 15 million units. In order to try and resolve this problem, 800.000 units of formal housing are being build every year and the most popular typology in this fast growing housing market is the Indonesian housing cluster. The goal within this project is to do a redesign of the housing cluster...
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van der Hoek, Alexander (author)
The aim of the Building with Nature (BwN) design philosophy is to improve on a traditional approach for infrastructural projects by utilising natural processes to create benefits for society and nature. In a fast-changing world where climate action is becoming increasingly important, there is need for an innovative approach in large...
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Haage, Samantha (author)
Due to the removal of mangrove forests, coastal zones can suffer from severe erosion. One of the proposed solutions is the construction of permeable structures. This study aims to optimise the design of permeable (brushwood) structures in order to restore the sediment balance and encourage mangrove re-establishment on tropical mud coasts....
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Pragistio, Yunizar (author)
Access to electricity still lacks for a fifth of the world's population. Most of the areas are in the remote rural location. Due to the off-grid location, policies, and other social factors, the grid expansion in these areas is not economically viable. Installing Solar Home Systems (SHS) is considered to be a promising immediate solution, given...
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Zheilla Hardikurnia, Vinda (author)
The early goal of this project is to investigate a local healthcare context for implementation of a technology under development by TU Delft. The technology is intended to create a smartphone-based Rapid Diagnostic Test that can detect Dengue, Zika, and Chikungunya. The project tried to understand the local healthcare context and find the...
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Afriana, Lina (author)
Startup arguably becomes one of the key drivers in the country economy. The growth of startup depends on how well the ecosystem provides the support needed by the startup. Like other young companies, startups have higher failure rates due to lack of resources, networks, reputations, credibility, innovation, or marketing knowledge for developing...
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Chheda, Rushabh (author)
Indonesia is one of the 5 countries in the world that contribute to around 60% of all the ocean plastics in the world. This thesis project is based in the kampungs of Cigondewah, in Bandung, Indonesia. This project tries to deal with the local economies of waste recycling and the informal housing industry. The kampungs are situated next to a...
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Sanjaya, Stephen (author)
student report 2018
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Koppes, Fabian (author), van der Veer, Machiel (author), Veldt, Timo (author), Marif, Kizjè (author), Smits, Roy (author)
Due to climate change and growing cities, water scarcity is becoming one of the futures biggest problems. On top of that, the population and prosperity of cities around the equator are growing fast. Meaning that the need for electricity, cooling and drinking water will grow fast in the following decades. ROTEC’s vision is that these growing...
student report 2018
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