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Van Rijen, E.M. (author)
The amount of one person households is rapidly growing in the Netherlands. Unfortunately solo dwellers are still disadvantaged, stigmatised and forgotten in urban design since society expects them to be in a relationship. This is exemplified by the focus on families and couples in cities and housing developments. As a result there is a lack of...
master thesis 2016
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Somoza, S. (author)
Research about how can public spaces facilitate interaction between people with different cultural backgrounds. The study area is Tetuán district in Madrid, Spain.
master thesis 2014
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Koumans, S. (author)
Lower class migrants in Shenzhen are facing socio-spatial segregation, which limits the opportunities for them to improve their living situation. Currently the Shenzhen government does not actively address to this issue. This project offers an alternative approach on migrant integration and the redevelopment of urban villages, aimed at the use...
master thesis 2013
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Beldag, S.Z. (author)
Space, in a way, is a limitless formation. The specification of a space is derived with the user’s interaction density. In order to clarify the interaction, it is possible to mention it as: Mutual activities of the users in the environment Individual reaction of the user to the environment Barrier is an obstacle that prevents a person to see,...
master thesis 2011
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