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Doorn, Youri (author)
This thesis aims to delve into the historical connections between the establishment of Flevoland, the unique imperative for a multifunctional centre, and the architectural marvel that is “De Meerpaal” in Dronten. The exploration seeks to understand the motivations behind Flevoland’s desire for such a centre, how it led to architect Frank van...
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Schreinemachers, Flo (author)
The motive for this thesis lies with public buildings that were designed for a specific purpose and seemed to meet the wishes of their time and place, but the popularity of which declined, leading to demolishing or large renovations. The building that is being studied is the Babylon building in the Hague, a multi-functional building built in...
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Niewiadomski, Jannik (author)
Embarking on a thesis exploring the transition of Brutalist university institutions in the Netherlands is a compelling endeavor driven by the intersection of architectural evolution, academic environments, and societal transformations. Brutalism, with its robust aesthetics and functionalist principles, has left an indelible mark on university...
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van Duin, Ted (author)
This paper investigates Corrosia's significance in Dutch architectural history and Almere-Haven's formative years. Utilizing a qualitative approach and primary sources, it delves into Corrosia's historical context, architectural design, and community impact. Designed by Rob Blom van Assendelft and Jan Koning, Corrosia reflects Dutch...
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Burcksen, Maud (author)
The post-war reconstruction of the Sint Laurens Church in Rotterdam after World War II marked a pivotal moment in the city’s history. This abstract provides an overview of the comprehensive examination of the reconstruction process, exploring the architectural resilience, renovation discussions, and the culmination of renovation efforts. Through...
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Beurs, Benjamin (author)
Public participation in building projects in The Netherlands is something which really evolved after the Second World War. Architects had a utopian vision for the city of the future, but the general population didn’t find modernist designs attractive and became sceptic of modernist design. On top of that, the nation’s post-war values of anti...
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TSENG, TE-CHENG (author)
The thesis examines the design philosophy of Dutch architect Onno Greiner, with a focus on his work in the Netherlands where he designed three cultural centers: Cultural Center ‘De Tamboer’, Cultural Center Hoogezand, and Cultural Center ‘De Flint’. The topics covered in this article include the relationship between architecture and the city,...
student report 2023
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Jansen, Tijn (author)
This history thesis contains the research question; What are the design principles of the architects H.A. Maaskant, H. Dam and B.F.A. Dirkse, and Van Klingeren for secondary education buildings on the aspect of meeting in the Netherlands during the 1970s? This question is answered via a literature review together with analyses of archival...
student report 2023
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Kemme, Noortje (author)
Although playing sports and meeting go hand in hand, architectural literature does not thoroughly delve into that connection. This thesis, however, is an attempt to grasp the theme through the study of the clubhouse of the rowing association De Hoop on the Amstel River in Amsterdam. First, historical context is provided. The clubhouse dates from...
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He, Lanxin (author)
This thesis aims to analyse the coexistence of traffic-served spaces and meeting spaces in a railway terminal complex, with a particular focus on The Hague Central Station, designed by K. van der Gaast in 1970. The study is going to evaluate the significance of incorporating meeting spaces in the railway terminal complex and analyse the design...
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Zhou, Longyi (author)
Through both the lens of sustainability and current events, particularly the pandemic, there is an increasing awareness of the importance of adaptability and intensive use of buildings. In the Netherlands, one form of adaptability and intensive use emerged in the second half of the 20th century in school buildings. One of the main ideas is that...
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Dai, Yiying (author)
In 1980, the Primary Education Act was revised. One of the most important decisions was to combine kindergarten and primary school into a new type of pre and primary education institution: basisschool. In the existing literature, there were few clues about the backgrounds, drivers, and consequences. Was the new type of educational institution...
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Tepper, Thyrza (author)
Halfway through the twentieth century, the Netherlands started draining the Zuiderzee in the middle of the country, to create the province Flevoland. Flevoland consists of three parts, the Noordoostpolder, Southern Flevoland and Eastern Flevoland, where among others the town Dronten is located. Nowadays, the municipality of Dronten counts over...
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Sterrenburg, Jasper (author)
Life is an ever-evolving process, over time new ideas are born and offer new possibilities and approaches to handle familiar problems or processes differently. This is also the case for educational buildings and the architectural ideas that they represent, especially in the social and interactive realm.<br/>The school’s beating heart focuses on...
student report 2023
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van der Kooij, Sander (author)
This thesis researches the influence of user participation on design. It focusses specifically on user participation in the design of community centres in Rotterdam, 1960-1990. First, a literature investigation has been conducted to establish context and theory on user participation in architecture. Secondly, research on three study cases has...
student report 2022
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Merisio, Alberto (author)
Today we are experiencing the crisis of the territory. Everything goes fast and consequently it is increasingly difficult for planners to govern the new phenomena of the city. Architects have the important role of trying to solve urban issues through the architectural project, whether it is a building, a square, or even just a seat. It is...
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Lintowska, Jagoda (author)
The widely known General Extension Plan of Amsterdam (Algemeen Uitbreidingsplan van Amsterdam (AUP)) from 1935, with Cornelis van Eesteren as its head architect, is one of the most famous schemes of this kind even today. It is known for its unique and sophisticated system of the urban greenery which can be reached within a 10 minutes radius from...
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Varossieau, Linde (author)
According to Jan Verhoeven, the individual and the collective are the most important characteristics of his designs for primary school buildings. However, no literature focuses on this theme. Therefore this dissertation does concentrate on how Verhoeven portrays the individual and the collective in his school buildings. First, the theme is...
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Norén, Jakob (author)
This paper aims to analyse the participatory processes involved in the creation and running of community centre ‘t Karregat in Eindhoven using tools and theoretical models on participatory design from the time of the centre’s creation as well as off today. The goal is to understand the limits and shortcomings of the user involvement processes...
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Lund, Alexia Marie (author)
The building regulations that shape today’s standards of modern architecture have a remarkable historic background that may often be overlooked. What some young architects may perceive as guidelines that are constraining to the design process, are in fact the result of decades of activism for a more inclusive built environment. While...
student report 2021
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