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Komossa, S. (author)
This article discusses the importance of observation in architecture and urbanism and subsequently, the hypothesis that decoding space through observation of form, use and design and typo-morphological research leads to an understanding of internal logic of spatial patterns instead of outer forms.
conference paper 2018
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Marzot, N. (author), Cavallo, R. (author), Komossa, S. (author)
The study of urban form in the Netherlands has been heavily influenced by the Modern Movement and characterized by strong disciplinary specialization. On the one hand there is the distinction between art and engineering and on the other the search for instrumental universal rationality. This helps to explain the increasing interest, initially...
journal article 2016
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Komossa, S. (author), de Walsche, J. (author)
book chapter 2016
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Komossa, S. (author)
journal article 2015
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Komossa, S. (author)
book chapter 2014
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Komossa, S. (author), Marzot, N. (author), Cavallo, R. (author)
The fact that hybrid buildings can be interpreted as extremely condensed urban blocks, increasing the city’s density and contributing to its public realm, forms one of the key interests of this research. According to its European interpretation, the “ground scraper” is not only public because of the character of its plinth facing the street, but...
book chapter 2014
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Komossa, S. (author), Marzot, N. (author)
The transformation of the great Western cities is an on-going process. It has become evident over the last decades that cities need to transform into compact, interrelated and creative artefacts. Within this process the nature of natural and artificial urban green,1 in other words the verdure, is already changing today in both qualitative and...
conference paper 2012
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Komossa, S. (author)
Workshop 1. Public space and neighbourhood quality
conference paper 2009
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Komossa, S. (author)
The research focuses on the transformation of the urban block in relation to the public realm of the two great Dutch cities Amsterdam and Rotterdam throughout the last 400 years. In order to analyse the process of transformation, Dutch urban blocks are selected that can be considered paradigmatic for different historical periods . The time span...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Engel, H. (author), Komossa, S. (author)
book 1999
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