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Jackowska, Oliwia (author)
The challenges women encounter due to numerous disparities within social superstructures are finally finding their way into mainstream debates. Interestingly, Vienna is the first European city that has been incorporating the concept of gender mainstreaming into urban planning practices since the 1990s, by providing formal platforms for women to...
master thesis 2023
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Wander, Hanneke (author)
The agricultural landscape in the Netherlands has changed drastically over the course of the last 70 years. After World War II, it was governmental policy that pushed the transition to intensive farming by giving out subsidies. These developments have also had an impact on the province of Friesland, where agriculture has a long history and is...
master thesis 2022
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Versloot, Reinder (author)
master thesis 2022
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Bacani, Jasmine (author), Morscher, Leon (author), Lens, Daniëlle (author), de Meijer, Barbara (author)
The transition to renewable energy is necessary and urgent. Fossil fuels are depleting, leading to geopolitical instability and are driving climate change. The climate crisis and growing inequalities are among the greatest problems of the 21st century. Temperatures, sea levels and gas prices are rising. This transition poses spatial and economic...
student report 2022
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Bazrafkan, Farnoosh (author)
This research uses the notion of ‘pluralism’ as an alternative starting point for landscape architectural design by focusing on aspects of time and interactivity as opposed to strategies of re-configuration of both form and agency of the landscape. It explores the role of design in a rural landscape characterized by land ownership through the...
master thesis 2022
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Trompoukis, Dimitrios (author)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of spatial planning in a non-urbanized<br/>context. The case study, examined, is the municipal unit of Mastorochoria of<br/>Konitsa, Greece. The first chapter focuses on the spatial and socio-economic<br/>agglomeration taking place in Greece, as Athens and -less- Thessaloniki concentate<br/>the largest...
master thesis 2021
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Bernabela, Rinus (author)
This gradation project deals with the adaptive reuse of the vacant heritage V&amp;D department store in Haarlem. Revitalizing the obsolete. Now that these buildings need a transformation, they also need to be more open to the public in order to remain as prominent as they once were. The project is about creating a new mixed-use hub in the city...
master thesis 2021
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Algra, Laura (author)
master thesis 2021
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Malagnino, Andrea (author)
The project I propose is not the child of its time, it rejects the lexicon of current affairs (climate change, pollution, exploitation of resources) as well as that of social issues. It does not want to solve the problem of the site in which it operates, but it embraces a horizon of analysis and observation of man in his existential dimension,...
master thesis 2020
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Ural, Osman (author)
New York is currently going through a construction boom as developers try to take advantage of rising land values and rents caused by economic growth, resulting in a lack of affordable housing available to middle-income families. The current Mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, has made it a priority to meet the demands and challenges of the...
master thesis 2019
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Bekken, Thijs (author)
This thesis focusses on a transition for Oud-Charlois, taking into account the spatial, social and sustainable energy. Social structures, mobility patterns and renewable energy are the main focal points to come to an improved Oud-Charlois
master thesis 2017
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