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CHEN, MENG (author)
In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive global trade environment, cargo terminals have become crucial hubs for the transportation of goods. However, workers in these environments often face physically demanding tasks, such as heavy lifting, awkward body postures, harmful noise, and extreme temperatures. Besides, they also mentally face the...
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XU, JIACHENG (author)
What relationship can a cemetery have with the city? <br/>Since the first garden cemetery was built in the early nineteenth century, this concept spread rapidly throughout Europe. Until now garden cemetery is still the common form of cemeteries in European cities. With the concept of garden cemetery, cemeteries exist in the urban fabric as a...
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Hijlkema, Casper (author)
Germany has a rich history in classical music. Berlin, in this regard, has been key in the development of concert hall architecture, most notably through the Berlin Philharmonic. With an increasing decline in visitors and structural financial support of concerts, together with developments in music culture, the building type once more is...
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Fajtl, Michael (author)
In an era when rising threats put increasing pressure on security demands in state office buildings, the public trust in these same governmental institutions is on the decline, owing to a sense of detachment and lack of transparency.<br/>This detachment partially stems from the functional and physical separation of people’s civic and political...
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Hietbrink, Cedric (author)
Urban densification is essential to keep the green spaces surrounding Dutch cities, especially in the Randstad. The current Dutch housing stock, of which a significant portion was built during the 1960's and 1970's, lacks a flexible layer in which people in urgent need of housing can find (temporary) affordable housing. Short-stay housing, which...
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Hendi, Alaa (author)
The growing concern about a mental health crisis and a looming threat of the loneliness epidemic worldwide that was further escalated by the COVID-19 pandemic forced people into isolation and created a new form of ‘work from home’ lifestyle. Nonetheless, the loneliness epidemic can be traced back to the 19th-century design principles that...
master thesis 2024
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Nahawandi, Raneem (author)
A maritime metropolis that acts as a gateway from which elements from all over the world can enter and mix, resulting in a repository of a large set of heterogeneous entities; Marseille is a knot of flows and fluxes intensifying and manifesting in an assemblage of entities that are products of continuous historical processes. It is a platform of...
master thesis 2023
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Schippers, Tjalling (author)
By bringing landscapes inside, this project is opening up nature to the people of Berlin, with a multi climate approach in the city. This prototype for condensed public green, is the starting point for creating a new modular building type with integrated urban gardening. Other Berlin neighbourhoods already have temporary communal gardens and...
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Adamik, Marta (author)
The research aims to uncover the specific qualities of East London waterfronts and its post-industrial structures. The neglected, but still partially untreated by commercialized approach waterfronts were found to be a unique chain of polluted yet biodiverse areas. <br/>The research is followed up by a design project in which the agency for...
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Antoniadis, Nadia (author)
Throughout the course of time, there has been a progression starting from the preservation of buildings and sites, to the conservation of specific elements of these landmarks, and now shifting towards adaptive reuse where the goal is to maintain cultural heritage through values and attributes. According to Aldo Rossi, there is no guarantee of...
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Chen, Deying (author)
This research paper focuses on the phenomenon of social and urban morphological contrasts within community boundaries caused by socioeconomic inequality and the process of urban development. This paper also discusses the reason and the spatial needs for social integration. This topic is becoming increasingly relevant in London because of the...
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Biernacki, Jakub (author)
In the face of the prevailing norms and practices in contemporary architecture, there is a growing need to find alternative ways of making architecture that prioritize human experiences, social interactions, and a deeper connection with the built environment. The examination of empowered play as a revolutionary approach to design is the focus of...
master thesis 2023
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Kobayashi, Anji (author)
The research deals with funerary scenes of London through various aspects of significance such as memory, material and ritual. The expression and reaction to one's death in the built environment are studied through both quantitatively and qualitatively, where the first looks into the underlying facts in London's history and current statistics...
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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...
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Barz, Laszlo (author)
Coinciding with the decline of post-war neighborhoods and the housing shortage in the Netherlands the trend towards individualism and one-person households has emerged since the 1950s. This report investigates the densification and reinvigoration strategies<br/>of these post-war neighborhoods by using co-housing as a strategy. In the past co...
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Sterry, Max (author)
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Kok, Rutger (author)
An architect should not only design spaces and functions, but he or she can bring architecture to another level whereby the architecture itself can influence the environment and their people, such as health conditions, (safety) feelings, behaviour and productivity. Within the contemporary architecture, buildings are mostly designed for our...
master thesis 2023
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Love, Taija (author)
The Netherlands is facing a housing crisis emblematic of a global phenomena. The growing intensity of the need for housing cannot meet the development and resource availability. Mass standardised housing contributes to this irrevocable cycle of supply and demand. This project is an investigation into participatory design practices as a method...
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Ziemiecka, Ewa (author)
We spent hours sitting in silence, until he turned his eyes away from the window and spoke: ‘I would like to tell you one last story, It has been decided, there will be no more travels beyond the edge for me.’ In the following days I heard, not one but five, stories of people M encountered – inhabitants of the land he traveled to. Truth be told,...
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Gan (author)
Starting from a port, Marseille was born as the result of improvisation and spontaneous architectures rather than urban planning. Same things happened in the architecture scale. architects are not the only doers of architecture. Long after the building has been made the non-architects continuously do architecture. When non-architects occupy...
master thesis 2022
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