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Lemnawar, Anwar (author)
This thesis explores and analyses the usage of modular architecture and mixed buildings and their role in solving the Dutch housing crisis. The Dutch housing market is in a crisis due to various reasons that can be solved partially in the design process and partially by regulation changes. The mixing of production and living has become more...
master thesis 2023
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Raijmakers, Tim (author)
Standardisation in dwelling architecture has led to mass housing projects to be built within a short period of time. With increasing standardisation, the needs of the actual user of the building have been lost. Adaptable housing is a way of creating a more useroriented approach within the architecture of buildings. This research paper explores...
master thesis 2023
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Wong, Kelly (author)
The design of BIND BY WATER promotes a new way of living in which we rethink the integration of living and bathing into one building. By reimagining the bath as a shared space, the unique timbre of the project offers a space of synthesis, vulnerability, and reconciliation, where the armor of everyday life is abandoned together with one’s clothes...
master thesis 2022
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Zammit, Edward (author), Bohne, Lauritz (author), Scherer, Lea (author)
From Mine to Mine is a research and design project that confronts the concept of the house and the domestic with its emerging context of data transmission and resource extraction. In the middle of the Atacama desert in Chile, the house of the miner is confronted with the physical outgrowth of our global data industry: Copper, the material...
master thesis 2022
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Ebels, Mirthe (author)
More and more people in the Netherlands want to live in the so-called Randstad. This results in a need for densification in Dutch cities. One of the solutions for this is building more high-rise residential buildings. High-rise buildings provide amazing views and house many people on a small plot of land. They do however, have some downsides....
master thesis 2022
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Psaras, Michalis (author)
Synanthropic Habitats originates from the interdisciplinary quest on ‘how will we live together’ and the personal fascination to critically question the deeply-rooted anthropocentric binary of human (us) and nature (them). The thesis aims to establish an innovative domestic environment that deals with the heterogeneity of people of different...
master thesis 2022
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Salih, Roos (author)
Globally, societies are seeing a long-term rise in the older adult population; by 2050 one in every four persons will be 60 years old or older. For the first time in human history, there will be more senior people than children in the population (WHO, 2018). In the Netherlands, the grey pressure was 34% in 2021. According to population...
master thesis 2022
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Hessels, Alexander (author)
In the Advanced Housing Design Studio we explored how housing design can successfully address the challenge of reducing the ecological footprint of its residents and assure social inclusion. In this studio an emphasis was put on the housing concept of collective living. A cooperative housing concept that offers the opportunity to create a living...
master thesis 2022
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de Frankrijker, Tim (author)
master thesis 2022
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Chang, Hsiu-Ju (author)
"Blijkeuken" is a housing project that establishes a community-based caring system by challenging the kitchen's status as a place for domestic chores and therefore the existing construct of housing typology in Dutch society. It pushes the role of meal-preparing spaces in our living environment to become a place where social-making happens. By...
master thesis 2022
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Troć, Aleksandra Joanna (author)
Ageing of the population is one of the most significant changes taking place in the population of the Netherlands, that will affect the dwelling design in the coming decades. This is also reflected by other phenomenon: together with the higher life expectancy, the quality of the lifetime deteriorates, of which the leading cause are chronic...
master thesis 2022
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Abels, Coen (author)
An investigation into the disconnection between humans and nature. And a search for meaningfull architectural interventions to improve the human nature relationship.
master thesis 2022
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Hiskemuller, Mick (author)
A graduation research into the topic feeling at home for the heterogeneous modern household group single-person households. This research forms the basis of a design project for Merwe-Vierhaven in Rotterdam, where the concepts of comfort, social interaction, feeling of safety and identity come together.
master thesis 2022
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de Rouw, Jordy (author)
The Netherlands is currently facing an overloaded housing market. This has the consequence that many people cannot find a suitable dwelling. To solve this issue the government made the plan to build one million houses between 2020 and 2030. Apart from the quantitative problem of too little houses what is even more important is to figure out what...
master thesis 2022
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Kemp, Ricardo (author)
The number of elderly citizens in the Netherlands is growing, but there is a lack of suitable housing for this population group. Because of this, they occupy larger homes that are more suitable for families with children. Since the average age of no longer having children at home is 55 years in the Netherlands, that is the starting age for this...
master thesis 2022
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El Otmani, Chahrazad (author)
The number of solo-dwellers is a rising trend in the Netherlands. While living alone is not a new phenomenon, the proportions of solo-dwellers have made this a significant demographic group. According to ABF Research, the total number of households in the Netherlands in 2020 is 8,02 million with 3,11 million solo-dwellers. In 2050 the total...
master thesis 2022
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Westerink, Danny (author)
The rapid change in climate change and negative impact on the natural environment is attributable to human behavior. The current demands on nature are compromising the well-being of humanity’s future and putting the existence of mankind at risk. The current unsustainable way of living can be changed into a more desired, sustainable lifestyle by...
master thesis 2022
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Omar, Karwan (author)
The research looks into the historical development of the old building type that combines live and work; what Frances Holliss (2015) states to be a ‘workhome’. The relevance and resurgence of this typology in the context of a globalized economy and informational era, causes the homebased workforce to grow rapidly. This growth has increased after...
master thesis 2022
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Koekkoek, Tom (author)
This graduation project focuses on how architecture and the built environment can provide a child-friendly and future-proof childhood in the inner city. In the Netherlands we have got the phrase huisje, boompje, beestje. This symbolizes the phase of young couples who are going to settle and are having a nice, quiet and standard family life. For...
master thesis 2021
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Weeteling, Romy (author)
As of today, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we might feel ever more dependent on technologies to keep the world connected. Nonetheless the term technology includes more than our boundary blurring gadgets and prosthetics. With architecture as one of the first technologies (among language and writing) they shape us mutualistically as we have shaped...
master thesis 2021
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