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Los, M. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Cubells, K. (author)
The mosaic ladscape and its spatial arrangements used as facilitators of relations and connectors in a fragmented landscape. Application of the patch, matrix and corridor approach to understand the potential that lies in spatial elements of the landscape in order to design and develop networks that interact with the different programmatic...
master thesis 2015
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Zhang, M. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Reijnen, M. (author)
Street life deals with contemporary issues in Asian new developments. It critiques the new towns and proposes a transformation to increase their livability and reconnect them to the local context - both physical and cultural.
master thesis 2014
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Kauffmann, E.C. (author)
A spatial and programmatic design for Helsingør as a response to the development of a second connection between the two sides of the transnational Øresund region (in Denmark & Sweden).
master thesis 2012
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Duin, T.J. (author)
The existing situation on the Curacao of the urban development is a pattern determined by the excessive use of cars as a means for transportation. This reflects poorly on the communities, because of the fragmented and homogenous urban design. The pattern of land usage led to disconnected communities and a dispersion of programs. Herein lays the...
master thesis 2011
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Rimmelzwaan, M.J. (author)
The graduation project is to define a future for the mainly agricultural area in-between Rotterdam and the Hague, in policy today known as the Hof van Delfland. The strategy for the future of Hof van Delfland response to the changes in rural landscape and developments for policy for these kind of areas, to be specific: - the transformation...
master thesis 2011
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Christiaanse, S. (author)
This graduation project offers an alternative to the tradition in top-down planning in the Netherlands. The test-case for this strategy is the transformation of former industry area ‘Schieoevers’ in Delft. Both a spatial framework and a policy framework are created to support bottom up development of this project location. The spatial framework...
master thesis 2011
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De Rooij, L. (author)
This research is looking for an integral approach in regenerating Dutch problem neighbourhoods. With an integral approach is meant an approach that combines spatial and social measures. This is currently missing in practice and theory of urbanism and results often in the replacement of problems instead of the solving of problems.
master thesis 2011
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Bua, A. (author)
Defining Berlin as non-productive and paradigmatic leisure city, the project assumes the form of scenario planning and tests in the urban structure of Berlin’s historical core the possibility to exploit “leisure based on cheapness”. The Leisure Walls find antithetical strategies to the contamination of global forms of leisure that generate the...
master thesis 2009
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Yi, W. (author), Ye, H. (author), Van Merle, O. (author), Asarpota, K. (author)
The dependence of the economy on fossil fuels and the lack of stringent policies to extensively implement renewable energy is an issue to be tackled at national level in the Netherlands. Reducing emissions, while making the shift to renewable energy and changing the existing energy systems towards a sustainable model has been discussed widely....
student report
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