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de Beer, Michael (author)
To listen and to make a noise, as sonic acts, formed the premise of the project. Continuing a lineage of inquiry of human conduct that is underpinned by the notion that humans engage in purposeful behaviour; the sonic act in the field of architecture questions how people behave sonically in their environments. The importance of this spatial...
master thesis 2018
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Saâdi, Skander (author)
By establishing a phenomenological frame, this research paper demonstrates that the feeling of alienation towards the modern built environment originates from the failure of this built environment to allow man to identify himself with his own human condition, abstract ideas and natural environment. The study focuses on materials as primary...
student report 2018
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Minter, C. (author)
Many urban and architectural designs bring about a different experience in its visitors than the designer originally intended. Typical architectural qualities such as ‘dynamism’, ‘harmony‘, ‘lightness’ are often guiding themes in the de- sign, but hardly ever experienced in reality when the design has been built. Especially the notorious grand...
master thesis 2013
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Van der van der Worm, S. (author)
DP6 architectuurstudio developed a new high school building for the Sint Nicolaaslyceum in Amsterdam. First a multisensory concept for the library of the new school building was developed using the multisensory design approach from the faculty of industrial design engineering, Delft. The second part consists of a guideline for multisensory...
master thesis 2011
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