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Blaha, A.L. (author)
- Vision for the (re-)activation of the Sluisjesdijkpier - Five generic principles for transformation - The Eekhoutstraat as a prototype for the redevelopment of the Sluisjesdijkpier - Visual impressions and sketches of the design process
master thesis 2014
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Bosnjak, D. (author)
The need for student housing in the Netherlands is increasing due to the current economy and government measures. Furthermore, based on the annual report of TU Delft of 2010, a scenario has been sketched that shows a relatively large vacancy on campus. This research combines these two problems and explores whether vacant campus real estate, in...
master thesis 2013
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Divendal, N. (author)
The current building stock for offices is very large, and is too large for the demand out of the market. Currently there is a total vacancy of 14.1% in the Netherlands, which is equal to 6.795.000 m2 of office space. In Amsterdam there is a total of 700.000 m2 which is structurally vacant and is considered hopeless in terms of fulfilling its...
master thesis 2013
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Jansz, S.N. (author)
In the ‘Actieprogramma leegstaande kantoren’ the strategies of redevelopment, transformation and demolition of existing office buildings are suggested to reduce the high vacancy rate in the Dutch office market. Available research on which strategy is most sustainable did not incorporate the estimated service life of the strategies, but applied a...
master thesis 2012
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