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Stal, Alexander (author)
Portcities are at the forefront of transitioning towards a green and circular economy (UN 2019). Especially in transforming former port areas, the integration of nature-based solutions(NBS) is crucial to increase natural capital and support social- and economical ecosystem resilience. This requires further mainstreaming of NBS in urban design...
master thesis 2023
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Meere, Max (author)
In Friedrichshain, Berlin, modest architecture with minimal interventions is utilized as a thoughtful response to the complex social and economic issues, including gentrification, that characterize the constantly evolving environment. This architectural approach seeks to tackle these challenges by embracing a restrained and humble style, while...
master thesis 2023
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ten Hove, Juul (author)
Promoting sustainable travel involves encouraging train travel as a preferred mode of transportation. However, train travel in the Netherlands faces challenges with delays and slow speeds, including the planned Lelyline. This report explores an innovative high-speed train viaduct inspired by Chinese rail construction techniques as an attractive...
master thesis 2023
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Willemsen, Marloes (author)
The Dutch have complicated relationship with nature, since the land is in a constant battle against flooding. Being successful at conquering nature also showed in the increased urbanisation and management of remaining landscape. Due to globalisation, the impact of daily activities on nature remain distant. The world now has entered a so-called ...
master thesis 2022
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Mulder, Betsy (author)
The Community Land Trust (CLT) model is regarded by some as a possible solution to the current issues that European housing markets are facing, such as unaffordability and segregation. As this model is able to provide perpetual affordable housing through collaboration between local residents, local authorities and civil experts, the statement...
master thesis 2022
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Aldana Trujillo, David (author)
Anthropogenic development is the main actor in the destruction of our planet. <br/>Urbanization, industrialization, and agriculture have been expanding exponentially at a global scale in an attempt to create prosperity and progress. Still, in the process of this never-ending pursuit of betterment for the human race, we are killing native...
master thesis 2021
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Westerbeek, Karlou (author)
Throughout history, Paris has always been a city of walls. The differences between the wealthy core and the poor periphery are increasing rapidly. The Boulevard Périphérique, Paris’s concrete ring road, is the spatial and symbolic manifestation of the imbalance between the city and periphery. The ring road works as a mobility bottleneck at the...
master thesis 2021
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Kool, Marcel (author)
Worldwide, more and more actors have started to speak out their belief in a future with three-dimensional mobility as one of the solutions for congesting and polluted cities. Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing vehicles – more popularly referred to as drones – are supposed to relieve the current infrastructure network, mainly roads, and...
master thesis 2020
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Li, Yiran (author)
The most urgent need for regeneration in the future is a large number of new workers' estates built from the 1950s. The physical and social decay problems of these areas start to become severe in recent years. There has already been some researches and regeneration of the buildings in these areas, but the public space quality is dissatisfied and...
master thesis 2020
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