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Müller, Larissa (author)
Rapid urbanization, governmental neglect, socio-spatial segregation, and a widening societal gap has led to São Paulo’s nickname as the ‘City of Walls’ (Caldiera, 2000). These processes continue to shape the sprawling city today, contributing to the formation of a society characterized by multi-dimensional inequality and deeply isolated...
master thesis 2023
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Lemnawar, Anwar (author)
This thesis explores and analyses the usage of modular architecture and mixed buildings and their role in solving the Dutch housing crisis. The Dutch housing market is in a crisis due to various reasons that can be solved partially in the design process and partially by regulation changes. The mixing of production and living has become more...
master thesis 2023
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Prieto Viertel, Guillermo (author)
The rise in urban stresses has prompted the need for preparedness of urban areas to face precarious circumstances. Consequently, the concept of urban resilience has grown in popularity not only to tackle sudden shocks but also to face long-lasting socio-economic tensions. To implement the arrangements for resilience policy, literature suggests...
master thesis 2022
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KUO, SUI-HUI (author)
Owing to the unique landscape characteristics of Dutch lowland, forests in Randstad region are found being the result of the interaction between historical development and natural conditions. As cultural influences are genetically embedded in forest formation, the landscape approach to urban forestry provides a novel and wholistic lens looking...
master thesis 2022
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Eggink, Jan (author)
With the climate change and energy transition becoming evident and ever so relevant, industrialised regions focussed on fossil fuels need to rethink their socio-economic plan. Furthermore, urban designers are obliged to rethink the energy paradigm. This report combines energy landscape and resilient region theory and applies it on the peri-urban...
master thesis 2022
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Ponssen, Jasmijn (author)
The climate crisis will require far-stretching changes to our urban systems, also called a transition. However, the direction in which our society will transition is still deeply uncertain. To become less vulnerable, cities and urban areas need to increase their adaptive capacity, establishing an evolutionarily resilient region. Delta cities in...
master thesis 2022
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Weeteling, Romy (author)
As of today, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we might feel ever more dependent on technologies to keep the world connected. Nonetheless the term technology includes more than our boundary blurring gadgets and prosthetics. With architecture as one of the first technologies (among language and writing) they shape us mutualistically as we have shaped...
master thesis 2021
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Višić, Marina (author)
Since the fall of socialism, the production of space in Serbia has been uncoordinated and chaotic, without a clear national policy. Post-socialist countries went through the period of transitioning to free-market and democracy, and this process resulted in hybrid institutional, social, and urban forms. As the global pressures intensify,...
master thesis 2020
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Putri, Widasari Yunida (author)
Semarang City is located in the northern part of Java Island, Indonesia. As an important port city, Semarang’s urban fabric is closely related to its infrastructure: water and traffic networks. However, since the 1980s, the acceleration of Semarang urban growth has not been supported by proper...
master thesis 2020
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Di Nicola, C. (author)
When we talk about Rome it is difficult not to think about its waters, from the Tiber to the beautiful fountains that adorn the cities. The original territory, where Rome was founded, was incredibly marshy, due to the continuous flooding of the Tiber, but the Romans, thanks to their ingenuity, were able to reclaim the area through sewers and...
master thesis 2020
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Noorman, L. (author)
The Jacobuskerk is currently the Catholic church of Winterswijk. Because of the outflow of churchgoers, there is a high probability it will lose this function in the future. Therefore, the challenge is to find a new purpose. There is an opportunity to create a public space in the church which can act as a meeting place for the whole community....
master thesis 2020
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