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Gregoire, Charles (author)
The Harvested Home is a housing concept that completely eliminates non-renewable materials form its structure and envelope. It was developed specifically for the touristic island of Texel in Noord-Holland to be used in the re-development of one specific camping area near De Koog. More specifically, the site chosen is located within the Dunes of...
master thesis 2018
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Adipurnomo, Sae (author)
‘Pray For Rain’ is a housing project that integrates economical, social and environmental aspects in a peri-urban area in West Java, called Cigondewah. This project is not only addressing the need of the dwelling in Cigondewah, but also the water issues in this region. The composition of the housing facilitates a water system, which creates a...
master thesis 2018
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Li, Yuchen (author)
Cigondewah, as a growing industrial area in Bandung, is facing with serious ecological and societal dilemma because of rapid growth of violating textile industry. Polluted water and soil makes traditional food crop farming difficult to maintain, while industry land is biting up farmland, the last precious green space left in this area. To solve...
master thesis 2017
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Oussoren, Bernard (author)
To reduce the environmental impact of built environment, a circular approach needs to be implemented on all levels. Resources often travel great distances to their consumers, which leads to an inefficient and wasteful supply chain. Thus, by moving to localized production of all resources needed to sustain a small<br/>village can be greatly...
master thesis 2017
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Koch, Freddie (author)
Waste pollution is becoming an ever increased challenge and this is even more so the case in Indonesia. Landfills are notoriously overfilled which, together with little spatial opportunity for appropriate waste storage and separation on a local scale, as well as a lack of knowledge leads to a majority of waste being disposed of on road sides,...
master thesis 2017
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van Splunter, Martin (author)
The project explored ways how the local impoverished people within Indonesian kampungs can build co housing dwellings by themselves. The technical focus was on the transformation of stone wast material locally to a dry stacking system of concrete and brick elements.
master thesis 2017
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