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Tsui, Y.Y. (author)
With the implementation of Skopje 2014, the cityscape has undergone tremendous changes with new facades and constructions, resulting in the dominance of political messages in people's daily life. Alongside these imposing alterations, the public space of Vardar River is greatly neglected, displaying a contrasting condition from the vibrant upper...
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Meisel, Leonie (author)
The graduation project is a playground in and around the former Post Office of Skopje which is composed of three main elements. Firstly, the terrain of the complex is divided into four main fields, which vary from their immediate surroundings towards the city. Furthermore, the element of the bridge, which grows with its tentacles into these...
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Hilsee, Tom (author)
I'm focused less on what a building is, or becomes, and more on how we build things. And the critical element which I’m exploring in this ‘how' is love. Which is to say I’m also not proposing a specific methodology for how things should be built, but rather exploring more of a fluctuating and volatile field of relationships and bonds in which we...
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van der Hulst, Sven (author)
In Skopje the pedestrian has been unwillingly victimized by the seeminly unavoidable invasion of the vehicular traffic, fed by first of all, the rapid expansion of the city over the last decades, that has led to more private cars. This has resulted in losing valuable public greenery in the shape of tree-lines alongside the roads<br/>being...
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Mentink, Marianne (author)
Cities can be investigated as machines of optimal form, function and production. With this kind of abstraction the architect can forget the social content of the city. Skopje, the capital city of North-Macedonia, has both busy social spaces as empty areas. This project is a proposal to reintegrate the social component into a complex and formal...
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Tjong-Ayong, Joseph (author)
Public spaces are the places where people come together in the physical environment. They are precious as they have in them the possibility of bringing together people with different cultures and backgrounds. In some cases, however these important spots within our cities are not designed to maximize their capacity for human exploration. As seen...
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de Zeeuw, Anne (author)
The relations between us and food have become distorted, deviated from their origin and meaning in our daily lives. Where solutions are sought in consciousness, this research focuses on the subconscious level of our relation with food. By changing our perception of food, using architecture as a medium between us, the subject, and food, the...
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Anzolin, Emma (author)
My graduation project [Untitled] re-establishing urban dialogues in complex cityscapes, investigates the impact of qualitative public spaces in disorienting urban contexts. Taking as a case study Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, the research understands the noise that characterises fragmented cities not strictly in terms of acoustic...
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van Houten, Robert (author)
More and more people live in cities. The building industry is responsible for 33% of waste production and is set to increase further to 50% in 2025. The energy efficiency is continuously increased, but the waste production at the end of life of a building is largely ignored. This design proposes a solution in the form of a zero-waste high-rise...
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Huang, Danlei (author)
The green strips can be found in many roads/streets in Bogota as an urban infrastructure for dividing vehicles and traffic. However, on top of this regulating function, it can be observed that the citizens of Bogota have the tendency to spontaneously appropriate the green strips in ways that’s convenient for them.
master thesis 2019
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Verweij, Daniëlle (author)
This study was aimed at developing a design guide for stress reducing healthcare facilities for people with a chronic disease and their caregivers. This study was conducted with literature research, interviews and analyzing reference projects. The results of the literature research show the impact of stress on the different users, the importance...
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Keupink, jasper (author)
Elderly in the Netherlands today are not all assured of a suitable home for the rest of their lives. Because sooner or later the safe place that you call home isn’t that safe anymore and does not meet the requirements that come with living on an old age. The main causes of this are mobility issues, diseases or the passing away of people close to...
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Çakir, Ege (author)
The project "White Elephant" investigates the relationship between individual and the public space by looking at the practices of the "Homo-Sacers" who are excluded from the public sphere, yet occupying the public space. By analyzing how they inhabit and appropriate the space for their needs, the research brings up important questions about how...
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Leone, Silvia (author)
A river garden punctuated by 9 pavilions along the River Arzobispo, in Teusaquillo - Bogotá. The design proposal involves 3 levels of intervention : <br/>- the urban/ecological scale for the re-naturalisation of the currently polluted river Arzobispo; <br/>- landscape design for the articulation of the river bed and the zoning of the garden; <br...
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Dirks, Evi (author)
As part of my graduation within Architecture, Explore Lab, I want to develop a method to help future residents and other involved parties of a collaborative housing group, to compile a clear and plenary design brief in order to create a coherent architectural design. After developing and applying this method I will redesign a former school...
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Xu, Jiayun (author)
Today's standard spatial experience of the contemporary city is like one of a continuous sequence of small homogeneous functional enclaves via thresholds and leftover spaces, which can be summarized as the 'margins', where plenty of temporary or long-lasting informal practices take place. Those marginal spaces, as well as informal practices they...
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Duijzer, Jeroen (author)
For the location of my design I considered the old city wall/retaining wall of Genoa. This old defense/retaining wall is in itself a colossal architectural structure. It forms an enormous boundary as it was made to defend and close off the city. Now the city has outgrown its walls and does not need them for defence anymore. Devoid of its...
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Scaramuzza, Irene (author)
The design project based in Genova develops the possibility of reconnecting an urban void to the existing urban fabric, through the implementation of an architectural and infrastructural frame which is saturated with program, so that the new connection proposed becomes also a destination for the city.
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Shao, Fuwei (author)
The problem that discussed is less an issue to the contexts, but a general critical reflection on the disciplinary of architecture. The determinant role of architects in design process and free interpretation of the inhabitants pose the conflictions. Our (architects) creativities and imaginations are confined within the given role and limited...
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Ghaffarinejad, Amin (author)
My graduation project deals with the topic of “architectural displacement” that proposes to read the built environment as the existence of multiple entities in each one of the entities. In the process of researching and designing, it has been investigated to see how such an understanding could reveal new potentials in architecture and how such...
master thesis 2019
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