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Karnosoehardjo, Laurent (author)
This study explores the role of community food initiatives in addressing social cohesion and structural issues in London and other cities outside of the United Kingdom. The study examines the relationship between food and social cohesion, current community food initiatives, and how thoroughly they align with the concept proposed by Levkoe and...
master thesis 2023
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Taremi, Peyvand (author)
The “traditional” high street that was once a distinctive element in the city’s historic urban fabric, is now slowly declining. This decline is further intensified by the insensitive development of its nearby leftover lands and the lack of investment in the public realm. This research is meant to support a new interpretation for the contemporary...
master thesis 2022
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Tezbasar, Ceyda (author)
Spatial (in)justice is characterised as the geography of social (in)justice. The city is a network of ecologies composed of infrastructure, economic ideologies, and wealth. The inequalities that emerge as a by-product of these systems highlight the injustices in London evolving from social, economic and spatial patterns in the form of...
master thesis 2022
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Koopman, Sophie (author)
This research aims to develop en apply a new approach towards dealing with heritage in the built environment. By taking the Royal London Hospital area and the Former Outpatient Department within this domain as a case study, tools to connect to specific layers of the context that were found in the research are implied. This is in contrast to the...
master thesis 2022
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Kim, Hyungsoon (author)
The project can be defined at the intersection of urban landscape, architecture and infrastructure as a resolution of not only social flows but also the systems and elements of the material flows, which once shaped London. It aims to formulate new social urban programs where the distinction between the site, the architectural edifice or the...
master thesis 2022
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Vaarzon Morel, Isaac (author)
The graduation project entails a linear megastructure of 1.5km, recycling the city’s landscape of industrial processes that are regarded in this project as cultivated first nature. The project is located on the border of two boroughs; Enfield and Waltham Forest. The megastructure is oriented perpendicular to the barriers that divide the site....
master thesis 2021
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Herrewijnen, Wessel (author)
Architectural Design Crossover Graduation Studio final design project. Research paper and graduation design looking into Temporary Intensities and crowd machines in the city of London, resulting in the design of a live music venue with a capacity of 3000 visitors. This design project aims to design this 'crowd machine' as being part of a 'crowd...
master thesis 2021
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Doan, QUYNH (author)
The emergence of spatial data, GIS-supported tools, web mapping technologies has opened up many applications for more inclusive spatial planning and spatial decision support approaches. Site analysis is strongly supported by spatial data analysis in both 2D and 3D, which offers a more comprehensive understanding of urban settings. Furthermore,...
master thesis 2021
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van Rijn, Susanne (author)
In the entire European Region over 80% of the adolescents are not active enough (WHO, 2019b). Physical activity can be seen as an essential component of human health as it can contribute to reducing the risk at several diseases, such as diabetes, depression, and several types of cancer (World Health Organization, 2010, p.10)...
master thesis 2020
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Schoonderbeek, H.W.J. (author)
With a growing world population and changing climate conditions, cities have many problems to face in the future. The changing climate can affect the way we appropriate urban outdoor spaces which will affect the social sustainability in the city, so adaptation strategies in cities are necessary. Urban designers should create conditions to...
master thesis 2020
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Muijlwijk, S. (author)
This graduation project is focused on a re-interpretation of the design of a high-rise building from an urban design perspective, to contribute to a more inclusive city. This is captured by the main research question: In which manner could the design of a high-rise building in the context of the Binckhorst The Hague, from the perspective of...
master thesis 2020
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Broeders, Annelies (author)
Virtual reality technology has captured the human imagination since before the first ceiling mounted glasses were invented in the 1960’s. Curiosity towards seeing what we can’t see and experiencing what we can’t experience, is one of the drivers behind societal and scientific progress.<br/><br/>In 2012, the technology saw a new phase of...
master thesis 2018
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Georgali, Vaggy (author)
How would it be if collective appropriation was an essential part of a spatial strategy?<br/>Playgrounds of commons refer to a mix of top – down and bottomup<br/>spatial strategies and design interventions taking as a starting<br/>point that Rotterdam South can be seen, and (re)designed as an<br/>heterotopia, where as Shane (2003) underlines...
master thesis 2018
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