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van der Drift, B. (author)
The essence of the program and of its articulation resides in the duality which exists between the plinth of the block and the tower. The plinth volume, of a pedestrian scale, dedicated to the productive city and the community facilities, forms a base for the existing building. Small scale production spaces which surround a courtyard, construct...
master thesis 2020
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Stefanovic, J. (author)
Restructuring modernist suburban district of Husby, Stockholm, by proposing an alternative planning tool - guideplan. The design guidelines mainly are focused on involving local communities into design process through flexibility and mixture of urban fabric.
master thesis 2015
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Dorsman, eli (author)
This projects proposes a semi-institutional building for food production and culture in Bogota, to alleviate the pressure on agricultural land in Colombia as well as to give a close look to one of the answers to important challenges surrounding food today (hunger, resilience, refugees, climate change, territorial conflicts). The project is based...
master thesis 2017
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Kim, Heeyoun (author)
My graduation project (Permeable Playground) is to design a space for art that integrates Bauhaus Dessau and the new Bauhaus Museum in Dessau Station, Germany. The project begins with an analysis of the mechanisms that capture the relationship between art and the human being. And establishes assumptions about the place for 'creativity' to the...
master thesis 2019
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Formsma, Annebel (author)
In this history thesis, the role and use of daylight within modernist architecture is explained. Daylight differs not only throughout the day, but also in lattitude. This causes a different approach to the organization and shaping of a building, which is dependent on geography, culture and climate. On the basis of a comparative study, the...
student report 2021
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Lubera, Oskar (author)
The Second Republic of Poland (1918-1939) was hopeful of rebuilding the nation. The country regained its independence after 123 years and got shaped by newly distributed borders in the Treaty of Riga. Following, 35% of the population identified themselves as ethnic minorities (14% Ukrainians, 10% Jews, 3% Belarusians and 2% Germans). The...
student report 2022
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Hendi, Alaa (author)
“Squares, boulevards, Favelas, refugee camps - have served throughout history as the setting for political protest and revolt.”(Weizman et al., 2015). These protests play a vital role in identifying what societal and political views a population uphold. Architecture is usually a representation of societal views, incidents and political...
student report 2022
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Licht Pradillo, Iris (author)
This thesis investigates the life of Charlotte Perriand. Specifically her ideas on design and architecture. At the beginning of her career being inspired by the industry and machines and later inspired by natural forms and materials.<br/>The primary source is the autobiography of Perriand, where she has explained first-hand her relationships...
student report 2022
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