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Beijer, J.H.E. (author)
‘the metropolis and five stages of modernity’ is an explorative research on contemporary ecologies and the historic (re)-emergence of public domain, infrastructure and urban form in Los Angeles
master thesis 2013
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Loerakker, J.A.M. (author)
This research wants to show how by the historical overlapping of two thoroughly planned paradigms – ‘city’ and ‘highway’ – an unplanned mismatch could come into existence at the intersection of ring roads and city streets. Through a physical analysis of this mismatch and the planned and unplanned reactions in the cases of Amsterdam A10 West and...
master thesis 2012
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Benoit, N. (author)
Short description : The research understands the biodiversity as a complex system and translates it into principles and tools to achieve a special interface between natural ecosystems (planet) and human consciousness (people) not only based on economic value. With these tools, habitats' opportunities for other species than human are created,...
master thesis 2011
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De Gans, M. (author)
Large infrastructure projects in the Netherlands are often subject to discussion due to large time and cost overruns. Project management instruments are developed by the projects for the efficient management of time, cost and scope. These collections of methods, tools and approaches are often modified and further developed when projects face...
master thesis 2010
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Ercan, S. (author)
The project proposes a new system for making the co-existence of agriculture (and green in general) and the infrastructure possible. This infrastrucutre of mobility connects the Schiphol region of the Netherlands within itself via a network of several different means of transportation. In this region, the dominant elements of the architectural...
master thesis 2010
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Bogoescu, M. (author)
Bucharest is an urban palimpsest, its spatial characteristics bearing the trace of all ideological changes within its urban fabric. Its accelerated development in two stages (1850s- 1930s and 1950s-1989) generated a superposition of fragmented urban projects (signs of various stages of modernity) that were never finished. These stages in its...
master thesis 2010
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Van Eijnatten, R. (author)
Technological and economical developments create new market opportunities for networked services. Many of these opportunities are addressed, however for many new developments the infrastructure is reinvented while these services have similar infrastructural requirements. This reinvention of infrastructures is a costly activity; hence there...
master thesis 2010
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Alba Ruiz, A. (author)
Over the road pattern of the Roman Herculean Road, that ties Carteia and Malaga with Rome, the old national N340 road has allowed to conduct and distribute a constant flux of investments that arrived with the opening of the airport of Malaga and the possibility of arrival of massive sun and beach tourism. In a few years, due to the omission of...
master thesis 2010
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Sulis, P. (author)
The research focused on the identification of alternative public places in the contemporary city, especially regarding their possible connections with the urban mobility system and the urban domains constituted by mobile people that continuously cross the contemporary city with a multiplicity of flows coming from the most different scales. The...
master thesis 2010
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Wu, P. (author)
The Project is started with the doubt whether the Olympic Games will bring benefits not only to the city but also to the locals. In order to promote the urban development towards social integration to achieve the mayor's vision of London that a global city with economic growth, social inclusivity and improved environment in the five deprivest...
master thesis 2010
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Van Belle, J.P. (author)
One way to prevent collisions and deadlocks between agents on infrastructures with capacity constraints is to use context-aware route planning algorithms. In context-aware route planning, there is a set of agents each planning a conflict-free route from a start location to a destination location on a common infrastructure. If a sequential...
master thesis 2010
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Ikhsani, M.R. (author)
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia, a developed country in the Southeast Asia. With the population of 23 million, Jakarta and the surrounding area is the 4th largest urban area in the world. As the result, Jakarta suffers from inadequate facility such as severe traffic jams caused by too much commuting from areas around Jakarta, and air...
master thesis 2009
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Shah, N. (author)
The Core concern of this Research and Design Project is, to understand the current scenario of Socio-Spatial Segregation in cities, the problems rising due to it , general deterioration of living conditions in poor urban neighbourhoods, and how a good Waterfront can act as a CATALYST for the future growth and improvement of quality of life in...
master thesis 2008
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Brader, M. (author)
Het afstudeerproject Pattern_Line_Object(s) beslaat het inrichten van een restgebied gelegen tussen het spoor en de snelweg (A20). Beide infrastructurele banen zijn op een talud gelegen. Het gat in het stedelijke weefsel wordt opgevuld met een weloverwogen compositorische samenstelling: Pattern Line Object(s). Deze compositie maakt gebruik van...
master thesis 2008
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Schneemann, F. (author)
The Dutch cities of Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam and Utrecht form the compact „metroloop" popularly referred to as the Randstad, or „Rim City", Europe's densest conurbation. A number of government initiatives have investigated the potential for a high-speed magnetic levitation („maglev") rail system to solve the growing mobility problem in...
master thesis 2003
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