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Malagnino, Andrea (author)
The project I propose is not the child of its time, it rejects the lexicon of current affairs (climate change, pollution, exploitation of resources) as well as that of social issues. It does not want to solve the problem of the site in which it operates, but it embraces a horizon of analysis and observation of man in his existential dimension,...
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van Berge Henegouwen, G. (author)
Infrastructure, industry and extraction have greatly reshaped the North Sea over the last five decades. These specific elements played and still play a vital role in the growth and evolution of the North Sea and its adjacent countries. Among all the fishing and oil industry have become highly governmentally influenced machines and are imposing...
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Billottet, Camille Kétsia (author)
Smells are everywhere around us. They are within ourselves and around us, they impact us in our mother’s womb and throughout our entire lives, until death. But while sight and touch prevail in the contemporary approach of design and architecture, the olfactive dimension of our built environment is often forgotten.<br/>This thesis aims at...
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HO, Y.Y. (author)
Along with the growing amount of data usage and smart city development, more data centers are expected to be built in the urban area to meet the demand of even higher connectivity and lower latency brought up by the advance technology. Data centers have long been an infrastructural typology that prioritizes machinery functionality over humanity....
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Cieślikowska, Joanna (author)
A platform for the exchange of skills and knowledge in both local and global scale is located in the context of very highly educated people of various backgrounds, driven by ambition to develop their knowledge and careers. Talent machine supports the next step in the development of Northeast Midtown ensuring its future well-being and enhancing...
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Palacio Villa, Santiago (author)
In the current geopolitical climate, where Arctic nations are at the brink of conflict in their pursuit for influence and resources, mining has acquired a political character, establishing a delicate equilibrium between resource claims and the protection of the territory. This equilibrium is manifested in the Svalbard Free Zone, where all...
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Thomson, Richard (author)
Globalisation and global urbanisation are reshaping our world. Life in Central Places is expanding; life in remote territories is vanishing. For centuries, subsistence agriculture sustained rural communities the world over; that raison d’être has now largely vanished. Cities mine the territory for fuel, material resources, food and even...
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Rosińska, Zuzanna (author)
The project emerges from the acknowledgement of the growing phenomena of archive fever (Derrida, 1995). Driven by the need, obligation, desire or simply possibility to store a growing amount of both - physical objects and digital data, and encouraged with a constantly increasing capacity of digital media storage - we keep on gathering more....
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Li, Haozhuo (author)
Agitation takes control when distance collapses. Contrast of different states of existence and change of the environment are easier to detect than those constant ones. Drawn from climatic, geopolitical and socio-economic scenarios of the North Sea, intermodal transport of goods, particularly the last-mile which crosses land-sea boundaries, will...
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Cruijsen, Anna (author)
The Dutch sea water level raised with 24cm over the last 128 years. From a linear increase, we can see an increasing trend since the 1990s. According to recent scientific research, the sea level in the Netherlands will rise 1 to 2 meters by 2100 with a maximum global warming of 2 degrees Celsius. With a temperature rise of 4 degrees, the North...
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Thompson, Fiona (author)
We now live in a time when it is now quicker, easier and more efficient to speak to one another, yet it doesn’t always reflect on the fruitfulness in decision making and outcome of a conversation. Face to face conversation is one of the most effective means to converse and the North Sea is a space which needs to be part of the conversation. The...
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Wenzl, Philipp (author)
Climate is changing. Weather conditions are becoming more extreme; we are expecting fiercer storm surges, more intense seasonal precipitation patterns and, in some calculations, up to three meters relative sea level rise. <br/>Especially the south coast of the North Sea will be affected the most. Particularly in the Netherlands, the coastal...
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Panayi, Zoe (author)
The project takes the increasingly polluted and flood prone coast line of the Scheldt estuary as the basis for a new coastal condition, centred on the re-composition of the sediment of the river. As a third option between dike raising and depoldering the coastline of Zeeland, a design for a new line of defence is<br/>developed which controls the...
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da Fonseca, Ana (author)
This project initiates by looking at the space as a territory (Raffestin, 2012), constructed through social interactions and networks. I believe the design project must anticipate the global social and economic shifts that are present within the territory of the North Sea and must be shaped in relation to the effects of these changes on local...
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Mallia, Michaela (author)
The North Sea region’s energy transition has begun. The prospect of how it will happen and what it will look like, however, is still shrouded in uncertainty. What is clear is that this is a mammoth project of unprecedented scale. The sheer quantity of renewables we need to integrate into our energy infrastructures will transform our peri-urban...
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Sleigh, Ruby (author)
We are living in the Anthropocene; a period of time shaped by, and for, dominance of the human race. Barely a place or species sharing this earth remains unaffected by our activity. Humans treat other animals as commodities, objects available to be exploited. They are used for our gain and pleasure, at great cost to those individuals involved...
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Lei, Jimmy (author)
Today’s land grabs are a continuation of past imperialist desires, with a clear distinction that today’s capitalist domination is associated with the transnationalisation of the class structure and ignores the ethnicity and civility narratives of the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. This investigation will establish that the desire of the...
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Liu, Siyuan (author)
The graduation project starts from the attention and research to the dynamic water level change in coastal area in North Sea, and by analysising the potential flooding risks, climate-sensitive mudflat, and the relationship between regional ecosystem and local people, the observation to changing coastal landscape are emphasised, to rethink how to...
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Scholtens, Karlijn (author)
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van Herwaarden, Elise (author)
The oil industry might be the most obvious system causing the North Sea to be a disputed territory in recent times. One of the main participants in this dispute is Norway: a country extremely wealthy, thanks to oil revenue. In oil’s supply chain, the Mongstad refinery plays a crucial role. Situated in a fjord in western Norway, it’s conveniently...
master thesis 2019
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