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Huang, Yu-Ching (author)
As cities densify around the world, the quality of city spaces increasingly shows its importance, influencing citizens’ mental health. Loneliness has become a normal phenomenon in the city along with its development and can affect every person for different reasons and cause serious problems. This research targets Amsterdam and argues why a well...
master thesis 2022
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Rijff, Ydze (author)
Ever since the reconstruction after World War II, it has become impossible to imagine our streets without the automobile. A car-centred public space has become the status quo, while this appears to have far-reaching consequences for both climate and society. Herefore, the transition toward more people-centric cities is brought into full swing....
master thesis 2022
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Moesker, Rosalie (author)
The Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) campus is working on an intensification of functions for the new Masterplan of 2050. Since densification is only possible vertically due to the enclosed location, there is an increase of 5000 employees and only 650 physical parking spaces, leading to lessened accessibility by car. Simultaneously, vehicles are...
master thesis 2022
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Ntafou, Faidra (author)
In the last decades, due to a number of reasons, cities have become more diverse than ever. This diversity, although an “inherent characteristic” is not always perceived as positive, especially in the so-called deprived areas, which mainly consist of multicultural, low-income social groups, having serious implications not only on how people live...
master thesis 2022
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YUAN, BOWEN (author)
The outbreak of the pandemic in 2020 took a huge toll on Wuhan. The community in metropolitan areas has played a key role in China's pandemic control as a key battleground for closed management and become the focus of society under the pandemic prevention and control. <br/>However, its exposure of weak coping capacities makes building community...
master thesis 2022
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Oude Vrielink, Pelle (author)
This book explores how to reinvent, reposition, and refunction the public space in and around the suburban mall of Schiedam Hof van Spaland. It contains of two parts: first it explores the problems related to the mall, and how these problems influence the community. Second, the project explores through different design scales how these problems...
master thesis 2022
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van Dedem, Floor (author)
Social cohesion has been an essential part of the political agenda and policymakers for the past twenty years. Due to, among other things,<br/>modernisation, globalisation and individualisation of society, mutual ties are diminishing (Schiefer and van der Noll, 2016). This thesis aims to map the aspects that influence social cohesion and...
master thesis 2021
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Schreur, Willemijn (author)
This graduation project tries to rediscover the importance of three concepts - urban forestry, infrastructure and aesthetics – and unites them with each other, in an attempt to develop a method to design ‘aesthetic urban forest infrastructure’ and discover the potential of such a method. Whereas urban forestry will need more space in our future...
master thesis 2021
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Lüchau, Carlos (author)
The lack of effective place-making strategies to transform industrial urban areas into mixed-use areas, and the limited knowledge of how manufacturers interact with other actors, have exposed the vulnerability to future challenges of these redevelopment processes. Therefore, this research aims to identify directions of place-making strategies to...
master thesis 2021
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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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Temkovitz, Kai (author)
This paper discusses relevant defini-tions of affordable housing in order to aim for a common understanding of the topic. This common understanding consists of two dimensions – the rea-sonable economic burden and housing quality. Both dimensions can be exam-ined from a qualitative and quantitative perspective. A qualitative perspective consists...
master thesis 2021
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Karadag, Esma (author)
This research focuses on how to improve levels of inclusivity through spatial design in hyper-diverse and socio-spatial segregated neighbourhoods in order to improve the liveability in urban areas and is conducted in the neighbourhood Tarwewijk in Rotterdam-Zuid. The research has according to theory identified three design values which became...
master thesis 2021
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Teh, Noelle (author)
Quay walls are waterfront structures that have a simple, yet important function: separating land from water and in doing so support functions on both land and water. These functions include providing stable land for the construction of buildings, roads, and the safe movement of people on land. On the waterside, quay walls are needed for...
master thesis 2020
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Ravichandrakumar, Dhushyanth (author)
Chennai, a city in the eastern coast of Tamil Nadu, India, has grown from a colonial outpost to a metropolitan city today through a process of rapid urbanisation causing a loss of open spaces in the city and a general lack of public spaces. Chennai, geographically divided by the Cooum river into the North and South, also has characteristic...
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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Sun, Aijing (author)
The development of a city is always accompanied by the debate of justice. London, a world city, changing towards a hyper-diversity scenario, is even criticized by different groups about their right to live in the city. The injustice show on both social and spatial dimension here and the inequality and injustice in London usually illustrated as...
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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van Stam, Martijn (author)
Heat services are essential to the Dutch society. Currently, earthquakes in Groningen and CO2-emission reduction goals accelerate the heat transition. This research explores the effects of this transition using an energy justice framework, answering the following research question: “What is the impact of the transition from natural gas heat...
master thesis 2019
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Koene, Marijke (author)
Stress is a well-known phenomenon and something everyone experiences. Urban stress however, stress caused by and in the built environment of urban areas, is less known. Still, quite some research has been done on this topic from the fields of sociology and psychology, but there are not many resources that focus on urban stress - with all its...
master thesis 2018
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Vanhelsuwé, Maël (author)
‘Een kamer in de wijk’ is een project over het vergroten van de ontwikkelkansen van jongeren en het verminderen van de overlast door jongeren in de wijk Feijenoord in Rotterdam. Aan de hand van literatuurstudies en veldwerk zoals observaties, interviews, en workshops zijn deze onderwerpen verkend en onderzocht. In het onderzoek komt naar voren...
master thesis 2018
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