Searched for: contributor%3A%22Koopman%2C+F.W.A.+%28mentor%29%22
(1 - 20 of 154)

Pages

document
YANG, Jinwei (author)
This paper explores the balance between heritage values and new identities in the redesign of 20th-century Dutch shopping mall skins. The skin of a building plays a crucial role in its external identity and communicates its history, style, and cultural context. Shopping malls, in particular, require constant redesign to keep up with changing...
master thesis 2023
document
Oosterhuis, Rolf (author)
This thesis studies the Modern Malls in the Netherlands that were formed in the 1960s. The problem with these malls is that they have changed through time to keep up with the changing demands of the users, a development that has changed the once open ex¬troverted malls into introverted closed struc-tures. The closed structure of these malls,...
master thesis 2023
document
Mortensen, Isabella (author)
Post-war shopping malls in the Netherlands are becoming increasingly vacant, which is reflected in the level of activity of the public spaces. These retail-oriented places are becoming less visited as the main reason to come here disappears. This presents a challenge in a compact and densely populated country with a high space demand. With the...
master thesis 2023
document
van den Hoek, Mick (author)
The Koudenhorn police building is located in the historic inner city of Haarlem. It sits on the western bank of the Spaarne river, along which runs one of the main traffic arteries of the city. To the north the plot is defined by the wide canal of the Nieuwe Gracht. The narrow Zakstraat runs along the southern side. Due to its current function,...
master thesis 2022
document
Riepema, Hilko (author)
After a large reorganisation within the police organisation, due to the formation of the Dutch National Police, the demand for real estate for the police is greatly reduced. Additionally, the requirements for the buildings are also changing. Therefore, in the upcoming years, about 700.000 square meters of police real estate will lose its...
master thesis 2022
document
de Gouw, Tjeu (author)
The need for housing is still a relevant problem in the Netherlands, part of this problem is assigned to elderly while they often stay in their current housing situation for a long time and only move when they are in need for housing with additional health care. However, the actual problem, which is also visible in the city of Haarlem is that...
master thesis 2022
document
MEXIS, MICHAIL (author)
The graduation project proposes the transformation of the police headquarters in the Hague, into a mixed-use development, including an IT university, co-working spaces, apartments, along with a public library and other facilities that encourage the interaction between the building users and locals, forming innovative knowledge clusters across...
master thesis 2022
document
Simons, Robin (author)
In the last century, biodiversity has come under increasing pressure, and this is also the case in the urban context. The preservation of biodiversity is an important issue. Research shows that part of this biodiversity is largely dependent on the buildings and vegetation in the city and to help this biodiversity we need to build as nature...
master thesis 2022
document
Fischer, Lucca (author)
The office architecture of the 1970s and 1980s makes up a large part of Dutch office building stock, at about 30%. Most buildings are now in need of major renovation and often no longer correspond to today's aesthetic perception. In addition, the function of the buildings must be adapted to today's needs and technological standards. This is not...
master thesis 2022
document
van Asselt, Noah (author)
Huis ‘t Velde is an estate first mentioned in 1326 and located in Warnsveld, in the east of the Netherlands. During the analysis of the building and site it became clear that it fell under a particular typology. Huis ‘t Velde was known as ‘havezate’, a specific type of castle which provided privileges and political rights. It was an ensemble of...
master thesis 2022
document
Klein, Mathyn (author)
In this master thesis project is the topic sustainability in relation to the repurposing of Dutch (rural) estates investigated. Making an estate more sustainable has been researched on the basis of two redesign theories and several case studies. The research question was: ‘how can design approaches help in a contemporary reuse and redesign of a...
master thesis 2022
document
van der Klip, Ferran (author)
Our knowledge of precast concrete facades is becoming more relevant each day.<br/>Buildings with precast concrete façades are relatively new in relation to monument listing, due to architectural and constructive innovations being related to these façades. However, these buildings are also next in line for demolition due to their age and...
master thesis 2022
document
Mein, Rachel (author)
Urban public spaces are one of the priorities on Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations (2015), in the target 11.7, on universal access to safe, inclusive, and accessible green and public spaces. Urban public spaces provide opportunities for people to meet and interact with the community, contribute to the connection...
master thesis 2022
document
Kopp, Mara (author)
A more inclusive perspective on heritage management regarding sustainable development becomes an important aspect in understanding and reflecting on heritage buildings or sites. The cultural significance they convey, such as attributes and values attached to them, are not only represented by physical assets, but are also reflected in people’s...
master thesis 2021
document
van den Elshout, Jaap (author)
As part of the Heritage and Architecture studio, the Vacant Heritage project was offered. An adaptive re-use assignment in which a former Vroom &amp; Dreesmann department store is researched and then designed with. In a broader context, this graduation studio is aimed at finding ways to redevelop the existing stock of architecture, while keeping...
master thesis 2021
document
Bernabela, Rinus (author)
This gradation project deals with the adaptive reuse of the vacant heritage V&amp;D department store in Haarlem. Revitalizing the obsolete. Now that these buildings need a transformation, they also need to be more open to the public in order to remain as prominent as they once were. The project is about creating a new mixed-use hub in the city...
master thesis 2021
document
van der Blom, Mark (author)
This graduation project deals with the revitalisation of the former V&amp;D department store in Haarlem. The building is transformed into a mixed program, consisting of dwellings and the library of the 21th century. This is not a regular library, on the opposite it is an easily accessible public building which functions as a central meeting...
master thesis 2021
document
Rietveldt, Patty (author)
The shopping street of Alkmaar, the Laat, is in need of a new public function that creates a domain to stay. The vital location of the former department store offers a space directly into the cultural centre of the city, close by terraces, shops, or other amenities. The local culture of the city of Alkmaar has determined the new experience of...
master thesis 2021
document
Buchner, Niek (author)
This gradation project deals with the adaptive re-use of the vacant heritage V&amp;D department store in Leiden. Both the story of the downfall of the V&amp;D and the vacancy of these department stores illustrate a larger problem in the building industry. Because needs and desires in society...
master thesis 2021
document
Versluijs, Vincent (author)
Revitalizing the obsolete. What happens to the traditional twentieth century commercial areas in major Dutch cities in an era where everyone is shopping online? In the historic city centres of Haarlem, Leiden, Dordrecht and Amersfoort for example, many buildings are vacant because traditional retailing is almost impossible. For over a century,...
master thesis 2021
Searched for: contributor%3A%22Koopman%2C+F.W.A.+%28mentor%29%22
(1 - 20 of 154)

Pages