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Jauslin, D. (author), Skjonsberg, M. (author)
Contemporary architecture is increasingly influenced by the concept of landscape, and this is particularly the case in the Netherlands. Like at many other places, a new mindset is emerging, transforming the core values of the disciplines of architecture and urbanism with the notion of the organization of architectural space as a landscape....
book 2012
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Lee, S. (author)
The purpose of this book is to reveal, explore and further the debate on the aesthetic potentials of sustainable architecture and its practice. This book opens a new area of scholarship and discourse in the design and production of sustainable architecture, one that is based in aesthetics. The chapters in this book have been compiled from...
book 2011
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Read, S.A. (author)
This commentary on Søren Riis’s paper “Dwelling in-betweenwalls” starts from a position of solidarity with its attempt to build a postphenomenological perspective on architecture and the built environment. It proposes however that a clearer view of a technological structure of experience may be obtained by finding technological-perceptual wholes...
journal article 2011
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Alvarez Cabrera, A.A. (author)
Design activities, including control design, are becoming increasingly difficult due to a corresponding increase in product and product development complexity. Model-based (or driven) engineering, development and design have become common concepts related to modern complex product development practices. However, it is argued here that currently...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Van der Hoeven, F.D. (author)
How the assessment of the scientific quality and societal relevance of Dutch architectural research has evolved to bridge the evaluation gap between design and engineering.
journal article 2011
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Strydis, C. (author)
HEALTHCARE in the 21st century is changing rapidly. In advanced countries, in particular, healthcare is moving from a public to a more personalized nature. However, the costs of healthcare worldwide are increasing every year. Better use of technology can and should be used to get control of these costs. At the same time, implants have clearly...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Schipper, H.R. (author)
Due to the complexity of the freeform shapes it is often not possible to distinguish any repetitive elements in freeform buildings at all. Most freeform building designs consist of many single or double curved surfaces which require complex shapes for the mould and element edges. Since the costs of the moulds (formwork) for precast concrete make...
conference paper 2010
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Van der Hoeven, F.D. (author)
This publication provides an overview of TU Delft’s and Berlage’s most significant research achievements in the field of architecture and the built environment, produced over the years 2003–2009. The publication is produced in preparation for the Dutch 2010 research assessment exercise Architecture and the Built Environment. However,...
book 2010
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Jauslin, D. (author)
Contemporary architecture has been strongly influenced by the concept of landscape in recent times. A new mindset evolves that changes the core of the architectural discipline: the organization and composition of architectural space as a landscape. The scope of this thesis is to investigate and understand architecture that has been designed like...
report 2010
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Binnekamp, R. (author)
Architectural design is a complex process as a result of two prominent characteristics of choice making: 1) multiple designs can fit into one intended purpose, which raises the question: how to choose the design that fits best, and 2) a multitude of decision makers have an interest in the design process, which is the problem of group choice...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Drexler, H. (author), Jauslin, D. (author)
The Minihouse is a prototupe for a sustainable townhouse. On a site of only 29 sqm it offers 154 sqm of urban life. The project 'Minimum Impact House' adresses two important questions: How do we provide living space in the cities without distroying the landscape? How to improve sustainably the ecological, economical and socio-cultural...
book 2010
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Grafe, C. (author)
This thesis is an investigation of the relationship between cultural politics and architecture in the context of the welfare state in post-war Western Europe. The book focusses on two case studies, the London South Bank and the Stockholm Kulturhus, and examines the discourses informing their institutional concepts and architectural forms.
doctoral thesis 2010
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Baumeister, R. (author)
Asger Jorn is a well known artist, especially his activities within the CoBrA group, Bauhaus Imaginiste and the International Situationist, after WWII contributed greatly to his international success. Besides his paintings, prints, ceramics and sculptures he produced a remarkable amount of theoretical work. In his early years, he repeatedly...
doctoral thesis 2009
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Jauslin, D. (author)
Contemporary architecture has been strongly influenced by the concept of landscape in recent times. The landscape analogy that accompanied architecture for a long time in tectonics or ornament is now transforming the concepts of form and space. The landscape analogy has moved from marginal subjects to the core of the discipline. We are looking...
conference paper 2009
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Kroese, R.J. (author), Meijer, F.M. (author), Visscher, H.J. (author)
conference paper 2009
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Op 't Land, M. (author)
Organizations increasingly split off parts and start cooperating with those parts, for instance in Shared Service Centers or by using in- or outsourcing. What is the right spot and way for finding the organization split? And on what subjects should organizations agree to cooperate effectively across the organization split? To find managerial...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Cavallo, R. (author)
Railway and city have coexisted for more then 150 years. The realization of railroads in the 19th century can be seen as an important contribution to the development of the city. But during the making of railroads there was too little consideration for the overall picture of the city. The result is that today the railway is entangled with the...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Hubers, J.C. (author)
In this PhD research a method and software prototype is developed for COLlaborative Architectural Design In VIRtual reality. The method consists of developing versions of a concept for a building and the evaluation of them with criteria. Every team member makes his own versions; otherwise they would destroy each others work. They can evaluate...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Budantseva, T.Y. (author)
On hearing the term "Soviet modernism", images of Moscow and Leningrad spring to mind. These two cities may compete with each other for the title of the Russian modernist paradigm. Meanwhile little attention has been paid to the developments in more remote areas of Russia. Apparently, the Ural region played a remarkable role in the history of...
doctoral thesis 2007
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Sebastian, R. (author)
Collaborative design has been emerging in building projects everywhere. The more complex a building project becomes, the closer and more intensive collaboration between the design actors is required. This research focuses on collaborative design in the conceptual architecture design phase, especially during the elaboration of the masterplan and...
doctoral thesis 2007
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