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Bernabela, Rinus (author)
This gradation project deals with the adaptive reuse of the vacant heritage V&D department store in Haarlem. Revitalizing the obsolete. Now that these buildings need a transformation, they also need to be more open to the public in order to remain as prominent as they once were. The project is about creating a new mixed-use hub in the city...
master thesis 2021
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Wróbel, Aleksandra (author)
Recent times are characterised by the domination of vision; as a result, the relation with the environment is very often superficial and based on a distance - very little attention is paid to acoustic relations which equally to visual means shape our experience of space. If sounds are understood as a set of acoustic relations resulting from...
master thesis 2021
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Lai, Kelly (author)
The location of my graduation project takes place within the complex neighborhoods of downtown Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia. It sits at the beginning of Trg Nikole Pasica street, and lies at the intersection of two monumental squares (Nikola Pasic Square and Terazije Square and Terrace). It is an urban passage called the Bezistan (means...
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Cui, Wen (author)
From carriages to cars, from steam engine trains to HS trains, the modes of mobility has been changing through the time. Mobility as become more and more relevant to people’s daily life and also plays an important role in city planning. With the rapid development of mobility modes, more facilities are also needed to fulfill a complete...
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Karadag, Esma (author)
This research focuses on how to improve levels of inclusivity through spatial design in hyper-diverse and socio-spatial segregated neighbourhoods in order to improve the liveability in urban areas and is conducted in the neighbourhood Tarwewijk in Rotterdam-Zuid. The research has according to theory identified three design values which became...
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Piazzo, Gabriele (author)
In the coming 20 years, the city centre of Rotterdam will face a new wave of constructions, with the goal of densify the area with new 50.000 dwellings before the 2040, converting the city centre towards a more residential and international character. This up-coming densification of Rotterdam, led by the high-rise strategy developed by the...
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Sun, Aijing (author)
The development of a city is always accompanied by the debate of justice. London, a world city, changing towards a hyper-diversity scenario, is even criticized by different groups about their right to live in the city. The injustice show on both social and spatial dimension here and the inequality and injustice in London usually illustrated as...
master thesis 2020
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Grofelnik, L. (author)
Skopje has developed through a series of erasures and periods of rebuilding, each time with an aim to establish a new order. Conversely, the common culture can be best recognized in self organized commercial spaces in the city, which emerge from activities taking place and forming the physical. The city centre is fragmented in pieces of imposed...
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Qi, Meihui (author)
The graduation project “The palace” expands upon the notion of designing "City hall of Brussels." The studio raises questions on the relationship between the public realm and political space. It led our in-depth study of various forms of the town halls and public buildings that have evolved throughout history. It questions the nature of ...
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Kupzik, Robert (author)
The neighborhood of Morgenstond is accounted as one of the 50 problem neighborhoods in the Netherlands. The social development is similar to many post-war urban plannings outside of city centers. After the moving out of the first very homogenic young family population in the course of a suburbanization trend in the late 60s’ and 70s’, the...
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Meisel, Leonie (author)
The graduation project is a playground in and around the former Post Office of Skopje which is composed of three main elements. Firstly, the terrain of the complex is divided into four main fields, which vary from their immediate surroundings towards the city. Furthermore, the element of the bridge, which grows with its tentacles into these...
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Zhao, Xinyan (author)
The discontinuities of urban development and city expansion reveal Haizhu a fragmented and diverse area that results in disparity and isolation in different communities and social groups, and decreasing green and blue spaces. The objective of this thesis is to create an integrated and comprehensive socio-ecological network in terms of corridor...
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Ringoir, Vincent (author)
Public space in Manhattan is mainly generated through a mechanism called Privately Owned Public Spaces, shortly POPS, allowing developers to construct taller buildings in exchange for the provision of public space. As a result of this incentivizing mechanism there are countless manifestations of public private contradiction in the city of New...
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Tjong-Ayong, Joseph (author)
Public spaces are the places where people come together in the physical environment. They are precious as they have in them the possibility of bringing together people with different cultures and backgrounds. In some cases, however these important spots within our cities are not designed to maximize their capacity for human exploration. As seen...
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Oldenkamp, Lize (author)
The world we live in is more and more a digital world and the number of people having access to digital communication technologies is growing rapidly. This integration of digital technologies into everyday life is what is called the digitalization process (IGI Global dictionary, 2018). It is a process that can be seen as a long-term societal...
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Anzolin, Emma (author)
My graduation project [Untitled] re-establishing urban dialogues in complex cityscapes, investigates the impact of qualitative public spaces in disorienting urban contexts. Taking as a case study Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, the research understands the noise that characterises fragmented cities not strictly in terms of acoustic...
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Seminario Thulin, Andres (author)
Urban flooding is a problem faced by many mayor cities around the world nowadays. That is the case of several areas of the Greater Miami Area. Rapid urbanization and the depletion of natural buffer zones that used to storage rain water, added to climate change effects, specifically the increase of heavy rainfalls and sea level rise have only...
master thesis 2019
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Daniëlse, Tomas (author)
In this thesis, a luminaire is developed for the public space. The main purpose of this luminaire is to positively influence the state of mind of bystanders and improve the residential quality of the city centre. It does this by creating distinct atmospheres with adaptive light features, based on the use of public space. To determine all the...
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Verbruggen, Koen (author)
Policymakers and literature have expressed the need for a visual and tangible manner of mapping circular value, the progress towards a fully circular economy and the presence of materials (material passport) in public space. Several initiatives exist for the measurement of circular progress. However, none have explicitly aimed towards the urban...
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Słopnicka, Julia (author)
The project is located in Armenia : the corner–exposed neighbourhood of Teusaquillo, the district of Bogota. Both the theoretical study and research carried out on site lead to the discovery of certain problems the area is dealing with. Due to security issues the citizens tend to find the easiest but not necessarily most fit solutions to provide...
master thesis 2019
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