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Choy, H.Y. (author)
With the introduction of LED lighting, nowadays designers and architects have more flexibility to evoke emotions and create certain atmospheres in a space by means of artificial lighting. The perceived atmosphere in a space is an experience of the surroundings in relation to ourselves; it is an affective evaluation of the environment (Scholten...
master thesis 2009
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Hoogervorst, M.R. (author)
Schiphol Group is owner and operator of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and driven by the ambition to become Europe’s Preferred Airport. The airport industry has become a fiercely competitive market due to prizefighters. As Schiphol is quite an expensive airport for airlines and passengers, it has to distinguish herself by quality and service. In...
master thesis 2010
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Steenis, L. (author)
What if you mix (indoor) gaming with outdoor play? Nowadays children spend much more time indoor instead of outside, playing with friends. Outdoor play is good for both physical as mental development of children, and this problem was the foundation of this design project. Two years ago the idea was risen by Auke Ferwerda to develop an outdoor...
master thesis 2010
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Dawood, J.S. (author)
This executive summary gives a concise explanation of process and results that led to the design strategy and concept design for the first Dilmah brand and product experience environment, named D.Scape.
master thesis 2010
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Schäfer, M. (author)
For my graduation project in ExploreLab at the TuDelft, I have been given all the freedom to create my own assignment. With the guidance of Klaske Havik, Patrick Healy and Elise van Dooren, I have created this project which is a search for tools which can implement the experience of space within the design process. I have done this by using...
master thesis 2010
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Eskonen, H. (author)
This project seeks to determine how the recreational tent could become a more integral part of the camping experience. Instead of looking at “what is wrong” with current tents, this project focuses on defining how the recreational tent can better fit into the user’s outdoor experience. By focusing on the factors that make outdoor recreation...
master thesis 2011
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Linders, A. (author)
The Sport Café in Delft is a well known and most used area by lots of different user groups. The years of use have worn-out the current interior and the interior is in need of a new appearance. The goal of this project is to design the new experience of the Sport Café keeping in mind the different wants and needs of all the different target...
master thesis 2011
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Van Wijk, X.L. (author)
Vogel’s is market leader in Europe for the business of placement and mounts for audio and video equipment. Always looking for opportunities to expand their market, they have started developing accessories for the gaming industry. In order to become a serious player in the market for gaming accessories Vogel’s wants to gain knowledge of gaming...
master thesis 2011
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Lijbers, A.J. (author)
Fluctuating through the fragments of the patchwork city, the dweller moves through a sequence of juxtaposed spatial forms that define the narrative experience. A patchwork is a metaphor to explain the way in wich the city is made up: It is not the result of any unitary drawing but it comes from the collage of fragments, I n a progressive...
master thesis 2011
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Visco, F. (author)
This is an infill/parasite housing project. The site is the corner in a typical urban block of the city of Berlin. The urban position of the project was based on the idea that "A city must be read as a carpet of fragments, as a continuum sequence of SPATIAL and PROGRAMMATIC PATTERNS." My design proposal is for a new fragment of the patchwork...
master thesis 2011
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Pilati di Tassullo Guy, F.M.L. (author)
master thesis 2011
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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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Breeuwer, J. (author)
In the near future, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol possibly wants to open a terminal that will take care of the airport handling process in a sustainable, innovative and user-friendly way. Moreover, the passengers and employees should be made aware, in a pleasant way, of the sustainable nature of the airport handling process of this terminal. The...
master thesis 2012
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Crielaard, M. (author)
The Westland is an area where the experience, resilience and usability are under pressure. This research and plan aims for changing the Westland mainly by focussing on renewal of glass-houses and the solution of environmental problems such as water storage and water quality. By the use of routes and the linking of a renewing programme along...
master thesis 2012
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Klein Hemmink, B. (author)
Health Care is gaining attention in the public debate, because our greying society leads to ever increasing costs and includes a labour force that is not capable of dealing with the increasing amount of people that require health support. This development is putting pressure on society in economic, but also social terms. Privatization processes...
master thesis 2012
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De Sá, M. (author)
This thesis was elaborated as part of a project developed for the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Prato, during a collaboration with the MIT-MEL. The final output of the project is the design of a strategy to support the Chamber of Commerce in the implementation of a new service to the district of Prato. Faced with current economical and social...
master thesis 2012
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Buratti, N. (author)
Since its introduction, physicians around the world have largely used Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) as diagnostic technique. It has been demonstrated that the patient experience during the MRI scan influences their breathing, and with that the scan time and image quality. Reducing the data acquisition time means to decrease the chance to...
master thesis 2012
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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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Huijse, M.F. (author)
This report documents research about designing for package experience in the process of the Packaging department (PAC) of Philips Consumer Lifestyle in Drachten. Package experience which is defined as the whole customer journey with Philips CL packages in contradiction to the term ‘unpack experience’ this term covers not only unpacking and...
master thesis 2013
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Bruggeling, C.R. (author)
This booklet studies the possibilities of the design of public spaces, in the light of two influential theories by Kevin Lynch and Gordon Cullen, published in the beginning of the 1960’s. They focus on the design of the public space in relation to the experience of the city users. Yet again and again these theories are referred to, even in...
master thesis 2013
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