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Wabeke, Ronne (author)
Ecology as an equal user of the city <br/>The city is designed to be human-centred. In the multispecies urban environment humans take on roles of management and ownership over flora and fauna. This leaves the richness and biodiversity of urban habitats in the hands of humans (Denters, 2020). Ecology is often treated as a second class citizen and...
master thesis 2024
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Kollard, Rowan (author)
The city of Rotterdam is globally recognized for its port and its international trading. The city is an important key player for the imports and exports of the European trading market. For this reason, many, small and large, companies have decided to establish their business in or just outside the city. These companies can not operate without...
master thesis 2024
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LIU, Fang-Yin (author)
This project aims to introduce engineering in a way that captures students' interest. In order to motivate studernts to try it out, instead of limited by their past experience. Therefore, expanding the original knowledge of engineering during the design ideation process becomes crucial. Beginning with the identification of factors contributing...
master thesis 2024
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Tan, Zhuowen (author)
Understanding how the end users, ordinary citizens, experience designed public spaces is fundamental in the field of urban design. Virtual Reality (VR) technologies significantly enhance the ease of evaluating public space designs by creating virtual simulations. This allows users to immerse themselves more deeply in the space compared to...
master thesis 2023
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Linskens, Mickey (author)
Purpose - In my Master Thesis titled "Shaping an innovative play space," I was inspired by the realm of playground design, particularly the concept of 'adventure playgrounds' and their profound influence on creativity. I embarked on this journey to harness the power of play and apply it to the office context of VONK, the innovation center of the...
master thesis 2023
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van Haelst, Tijmen (author)
Through bottom-up initiatives citizens have the ability to adapt their environment to their own desires and ideas. It is a way to take power and create a city that is truly based on what the residents want, rather than it being opposed on them. <br/><br/>Right now there is a growing movement in the Netherlands where municipalities want to...
master thesis 2022
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Boyuklieva, Alina (author)
In the recent years, many older buildings are being transformed into more sustainable zero-energy housing. However, next to its advantages, there are many challenges that still have to be tackled. One of the main ones is the mismatch between residents’ expectations and systems’ functioning. This report analyses the specific case of a demo...
master thesis 2022
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Iliohan, Jimmy (author)
The ongoing pandemic raises questions on how the current situation paints the future context of doing work. Although a lot is still uncertain, we can say with confidence that the home workplace will preserve a prominent role. Young professionals, who are limited by space, require extra attention on the long haul. The assignment is to design a...
master thesis 2020
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Parukoor Thomas, B. (author)
This project deals with the creation of mechanisms for self-assessment in work-from-home (WFH) environments to enhance people's satisfaction. The core of the project lies in increasing WFH satisfaction by incorporating self-experimenting into work and family activities. This relies on the determinants of satisfaction and how homeworkers relate...
master thesis 2020
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Huang, X. (author)
A physical work environment is essential for creating and supporting different activities in the workplace, not only for work performance but also for physical and mental wellbeing. Studies have been conducted on the influence of the working environment on work performance and people’s wellbeing since the 1950s. Most of these studies have been...
master thesis 2020
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Flach, Emil (author)
Smart homes have existed for decades, with Bill Gate's home built in 1997 being a notable example. The rapid developments in technology have made all electronics cheaper and made the Internet of Things possible. The Internet of Things has brought many new products and services to the market and revived the dream of a "smart home" for the average...
master thesis 2019
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Hofstede, Juliette (author)
master thesis 2018
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Verburg, S. (author)
In recent years, a new culture has arisen in which citizens use technology to make and learn for themselves. This culture, called maker culure, has gathered the attention of the municipality of Delft as a means to have citizens contribute to long term municipality goals outlined in a Smart City vision. This master thesis explores how maker...
master thesis 2017
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De Planque, O.B.B. (author)
Energy waste is an issue of considerable size. Not only at home, but more increasingly so in public spaces. The TU Delft has set itself a number of sizeable energy saving goals for the near future, but with current initiatives focusing mostly on efficiency and responsible sourcing, not much is being done about altering the demand for energy. In...
master thesis 2015
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Savvaki, K. (author)
In this project an iterative approach was followed. Starting from a shapeless design through three different stages, the final proposal was formulated. The first iteration was aiming to make employees of a shared office aware of alternative ways to fight discomfort in the workplace.This proposal initiated the design process and it was kept open...
master thesis 2015
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Speek, I.C.T.M. (author)
Available connectivity in everyday objects has inspired design experts to develop methodologies for designing interactive environments - large-scale environments existing out of multiple embedded devices that interact with a user as if to be a single entity. The computer science community uses ad hoc distributed networks to accommodate scaling...
master thesis 2015
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Doolaard, J.M. (author)
In 2013 Delft signed the E-deal, an Energy-deal in which is stated that the city Delft needs to be energy neutral in 2050. TU Delft is one of the organisations that joined the challenge as well. This was the starting point of this graduation project. This master thesis presents the design process of the IDE Energy Challenge Network, a network...
master thesis 2015
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Nagy, Z. (author)
Breath-e measures the effect of any space on the users’ relaxation state and supports the relaxation process. This means that it serves a dual function, first it helps users to focus on their own breathing and simultaneously adapts the space to this pace. Secondly, it accurately measures the effect of the space over time, to provide researchers...
master thesis 2014
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