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Hopff, Birgit (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Verhoef, Leendert (author)
To what extent can transformation and development processes on a university or other campus fit in with the principles of circularity? This paper builds a bridge between the more theoretical approach of the circular economy and daily practice in campus development, using semi-structured in-depth interviews with a broad range of stakeholders in...
journal article 2019
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
journal article 2018
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Lenzholzer, Sanda (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Cortesao, Joao (author)
The discussion regarding the relation of design and research in landscape architecture started somewhat later than in other design disciplines. But the past decade has shown a sharp rise of publications on ‘research through/by design(ing)’ (RTD). The literature has now reached a level of richness that enables a review of the State of the Art and...
conference paper 2018
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Nijhuis, S. (author), van der Hoeven, F.D. (author)
This paper presents a systematic approach to analysing the visual impact of tall building evolution on cities and their surrounding landscape, using Rotterdam and The Hague as case studies. Critical tall building clusters that visually determine the skyline of both cities are identified and allow comparison of actual tall building development...
journal article 2018
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
This is a report on the visit of the Hachirogata polder of the author from 28 February 2017 to 2 March 2017. The land reclamation is located in the prefecture of Akita in Japan. The visit consisted of a field trip to the polder accompanied by Prof. Yasunori Kitao (Kyoto Women’s University) with interviews with local people, a visit of the polder...
report 2017
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Wijnberg, KM (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Hulscher, SJMH (author), van Bergen, J. (author), Meijer, Han (author), Hoonhout, B. (author), Janssen, M (author), Hoekstra, J.D. (author), de Groot, A.V. (author), Goessen, P. (author), van Gelder-Maas, C (author)
abstract 2017
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
TU Delft Landschapsarchitectuur richt zich voornamelijk op ruimtelijke ontwerpopgaven in de stedelijk landschap. Het stedelijk landschap wordt daarbij begrepen als een schaalcontinuüm, 4D-constructie, palimpsest en systeem, waarbij sociale en ecologische structuren en processen de hoofdrol spelen en de Genius Loci centraal staat. [1]...
book chapter 2017
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Nijhuis, S. (author), Stolk, E.H. (author), Hoekstra, M.J. (author)
The Department of Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment at the Delft University of Technology has a long tradition in educating generations of internationally oriented designers, planners and researchers in urbanism. Here the domain of urbanism is defined as an interdisciplinary approach that engages in real-world...
journal article 2016
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Meijer, Han (author), Peters, R (author), Kuzniecow Bacchin, T. (author), Hooimeijer, F.L. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author)
Urbanizing deltas belong to the most promising regions of the world, considering their large concentrations of population, their role in the world’s ecosystems and their significance to the world’s economy. At the same time, these regions are dealing with extreme vulnerability and face multiple threats. The combination of intensification of...
report 2016
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Het centrale thema van dit artikel is de toepassing van Geografische Informatiesystemen, of kortweg GIS, als ICT-instrument voor ruimtelijk onderzoek naar historische buitenplaatsenlandschappen met als doel kennis te vergroten over de historische aanleg, ruimtelijke samenhang en ontwikkeling door de tijd. Deze vorm van onderzoek kan betrekking...
journal article 2016
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Despite its widespread availability there is evidence that GIS is underused in the realm of landscape design research. Though recognized as a useful tool for mapping and planning, the potential of GIS is often still underutilized due to a lack of awareness and prejudice. This paper explores some concepts of GIS-based analysis which link to the...
journal article 2016
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
There is evidence that the potential of GIS is still underutilized in landscape design and research due to a lack of awareness and prejudice. This paper explores some concepts of GIS-based analysis which link to the very heart of landscape design in a natural and intuitive way. Hence the possibility to break down barriers of using GIS in...
conference paper 2016
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Landscape design research is important for cultivating spatial intelligence in landscape architecture. This study explores GIS (geographic information systems) as a tool for landscape design research – investigating landscape designs to understand them as architectonic compositions and to acquire design knowledge that can be used in the creation...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Nijhuis, S. (author), Jauslin, D.T. (author)
This paper explores infrastructure as a type of landscape and landscape as a type of infrastructure. The hybridisation of the two concepts, landscape and infrastructure, seeks to redefine infrastructure beyond its strictly utilitarian definition, while allowing design disciplines to gain operative force in territorial transformation processes....
journal article 2015
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Nijhuis, S. (author), Jauslin, D.T. (author), Van der Hoeven, F.D. (author)
Social, cultural and technological developments of our society are demanding a fundamental review of the planning and design of its landscapes and infrastructures, in particular in relation to environmental issues and sustainability. Transportation, green and water infrastructures are important agents that facilitate processes that shape the...
book 2015
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Tisma, A. (author), van der Velde, J.R.T. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Pouderoijen, M.T. (author)
Cities can be planned and designed to reduce their effect on biodiversity loss and may even be able to sustain biodiversity levels in some instances, due to ‘beta-diversity’. The heterogeneity of metropolitan regions can be expected to have a strong impact on beta-diversity. Tools such as landscape characterization can assist in the...
conference paper 2014
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Hara, Y. (author), Hooimeijer, F.L. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Ryu, M. (author), Van Timmeren, A. (author)
In the Osaka area in the 1880s, rice was grown mostly in dry fields in upland areas, and a few paddy fields were situated on the natural wet landforms along the major rivers and streams on the Osaka Plain. As the area developed, dry fields became irrigated, and the lowland fields were filled and converted to urban land uses. For the Osaka city...
journal article 2014
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Tisma, A. (author), Van der Velde, J.R.T. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Pouderoijen, M.T. (author)
This paper presents a theoretical and methodological framework for a comprehensive landscape characterization, focussing on the largest and most complex urban realm: the metropolitan region. Landscape character has in recent years emerged as a new paradigm to understand, monitor and evaluate cultural landscapes undergoing change. The scope of...
journal article 2013
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
The Department of Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment, TU Delft considers urbanism as a planning and design oriented activity towards urban and rural landscapes. It aims to enhance, restore or create landscapes from a perspective of sustainable development, so as to guide, harmonise and shape changes which are brought...
book chapter 2013
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