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Oosterhoff, Judith (author)
Without realising it, a building can have a lot of impact on user health. Using literature studies and interviews in two case studies, we looked at how physical elements in a building affect the user's experience. These physical elements are nature, material, air, light, dimensions, smell, sound and temperature. These interviews took place in...
master thesis 2024
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Chmielarski, Przemysław (author)
The sustainability of the building industry and the increasing demand for new buildings creates an opportunity where materiality and adaptability of the build environment needs to be reassessed in order to answer to the following issues. The research paper delves into the subject of adaptability in the built environment and checks the influence...
master thesis 2023
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XIANG, DANYI (author)
The survival and development of the city of Maastricht are facing enormous threats from the increasingly frequent and severe fluvial floods, while the leisure industry is the most vulnerable to flood damage as a crucial segment of the economy, accounting for about 50% of the total economic damage. However, flooding is essentially just a natural...
master thesis 2023
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Ganz, Signe (author)
This master thesis explores the application of the theories from Den Heijer's dissertation ‘Managing the university campus - Information to support real estate decisions’ in the context of analysing vacant shopping malls in revitalisation processes. The aim is to develop a decision-making process that can be used by decision makers to make time...
master thesis 2023
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Oosterhuis, Rolf (author)
This thesis studies the Modern Malls in the Netherlands that were formed in the 1960s. The problem with these malls is that they have changed through time to keep up with the changing demands of the users, a development that has changed the once open ex¬troverted malls into introverted closed struc-tures. The closed structure of these malls,...
master thesis 2023
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Gbaguidi, Camille (author)
At the same time that we’re solving climate change, we are building cities for another 3 billion people until 2050. That’s a doubling of the urban environment. The most extensive of this construction, and especially housing projects for the coming decades, will take place in emergent and developing countries. We, as architects, engineers,...
master thesis 2022
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Gao, Ruowen (author)
1. Minimal intervention of vacant office building.<br/>2. Self-organized interactive and independent community for future tenants to rejoin the civil society. A complex of living, working, and learning.<br/>3. Slow and small energy strategy including rainwater collection, food forest, and PV panel positioning.<br/>4. Circular business model act...
master thesis 2022
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van Dijk, Friso (author)
Light, shadow and shade are at the foundation of our cartesian understanding of 3D space. Where light falls on matter the difference in shading allows us to see this space. However, light also breaks this understanding creating the potential for a phenomenological understanding instead. Which is seen with an extradimensionality in certain...
master thesis 2022
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Chiappe, Fabrizio (author)
At present, almost two years after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the detrimental effects that this situation created on economic and social environments of cities are still fresh and far from being over. As these issues had a particular impact on tourism around the world, government and businesses in tourist-driven cities lost their...
master thesis 2021
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Kieft, E. (author)
The distance between the elderly and others is very large. This means that you have less to do with each other, know less about each other and this means that the distance is getting bigger all the time. The institutional buildings have a kind of imaginary “boundery” around their building, difficult to get in and to get in touch with the elderly...
master thesis 2020
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Peeters, R.V.M. (author)
The amount of elderly in the Netherlands will increase significantly in the upcoming years. According to the CBS (2018) by 2030 a quarter of the Dutch population will be aged 65 or older. Due to the growing number of elderly people, the number of elderly people with dementia is also increasing. The current built environment does not respond to...
master thesis 2020
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Hwang, Han-Sol (author)
The population of the Netherlands is aging. This well-known characteristic of the present-day’s society is caused by multiple factors like low birth rate and improvement of healthcare. Dementia is one of the most common diseases that occurs to aged people. Most people with severe dementia are usually situated in a nursing home where they are...
master thesis 2020
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Jorritsma, Linde (author)
Biodiversity in the Netherlands has been under alarming pressure for many years. Historical drivers of biodiversity loss have been agriculture and urbanization, through causing environmental pressure, loss of natural habitat and fragmentation of habitat for numerous species and ecosystems (PBL, 2014). Pressure on...
master thesis 2020
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Xu, Yueqian (author)
This research focuses on a smooth rendering of continuous 2D map based on a smooth 3D vario-scale geographical data structure. A Space Scale Cube (SSC) offers non-redundant geometric data for the different level of details. SSC model represents geographic data as a closed polyhedron, to generate a 2D map; SSC is intersected with the projection...
master thesis 2017
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