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Rudnicka, Alicja (author)
The project navigates the intricate connections between fashion, architecture, and urban development, culminating in developing a “fashion city” as a unique urban typology. By exploring this intricate relationship’s historical, socio-economic, and environmental facets, it provides novel insights that can guide future urban planning and design in...
master thesis 2023
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Hu, Joan (author)
Nowadays with the continuous development of the metropolitan cities, the city is getting more and more packed. The land of cities like London is very precious, land is scarce, every inch counts. Therefore, the decision of what to do with space is crucial, the highest bidder often gets the land. However, how to deal with space that is wasted,...
master thesis 2023
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Ariff, Ifrah (author)
This study investigates Bengaluru’s Chamarajpet Eidgah Maidan as a proxy of Hindu-Muslim religious communalism manifesting in public space. The maidan has been a ground of controversy since June 2022 due to a conflict over its use for (religious) ritual activities. The incumbent Hindu-nationalist BJP government fails to mediate such...
master thesis 2023
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de Haas, Lucas (author)
In social quandaries is an analysis of three council housing estates dating back to the 1960s, all situated within the Greater London area. The analytical framework was informed by the book “Paris Haussmann: A Model’s Relevance,” which extensively examines the Haussmann plan in Paris, employing various mediums such as writing, drawing, and...
master thesis 2023
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Speulman, Manon (author)
Food is a vital part of our lives and throughout history it has shaped our cities. However, our current agricultural practices exhaust our natural environment and are threatened by climate change. Next to that, the design of our food system is highly susceptible to global instabilities. With the population only increasing and more people living...
master thesis 2023
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Meijer, Renée (author)
This master thesis answers the following research question: <br/><br/>How can architecture enable communities to rebuild and thrive in the aftermath of ruinous chaos, by rapidly implement simple, sustainable design solutions, whilst acknowledging the chaotic situation and leveraging the receptiveness to change? <br/><br/>The research assumes the...
master thesis 2023
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DOUKAS, KONSTANTINOS (author)
master thesis 2023
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den Held, Lisanne (author)
This thesis explores how contemporary community centers can be improved to better serve the needs of future generations of elderly. The research is positioned by previous studies that elaborated on subjective values attached to space and the theory of aging-in-place, and emphasizes on the role the community center could play in creating more...
master thesis 2023
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Panus, Paulina (author)
The use of artificial intelligence (AI), digital tools and fabrication technologies in architecture has followed a paradigm shift, enhancing its design and construction processes and performances. While it has enhanced the performability and efficiency aspects of architecture, it has removed the aesthetics and symbolism of ornamentation and...
master thesis 2023
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Karnosoehardjo, Laurent (author)
This study explores the role of community food initiatives in addressing social cohesion and structural issues in London and other cities outside of the United Kingdom. The study examines the relationship between food and social cohesion, current community food initiatives, and how thoroughly they align with the concept proposed by Levkoe and...
master thesis 2023
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Schlüter, Konrad (author)
The loss of global biodiversity poses a significant threat to ecosystems and human well-being. The growth of cities has played a substantial role in the 70% decline in global biodiversity since 1970. This decline can be attributed to the failure of cities to balance their rapid land take with the preservation or creation of urban vegetation. The...
master thesis 2023
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ALIYEVA, ZIVAR (author)
Preconceived notions about the scope of architecture and its definition as a purely spatial dimension produced or analysed through one-to-one translated two-dimensional images and drawings do not convey the true experience of space. It lacks movements, emotions, human activities, memories, experiences and perceptions. Perceptions that transcend...
master thesis 2022
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Shopova, Aleksandra (author)
As the Soviet Union's territories spanned across 30 countries, the prefabricated apartment buildings (Panelka) have tattooed numerous cities across Europe.The ideological “leftovers” of the typology, together with their predetermined lifespan, the decaying material state, and the fragmented ownership create difficulties for big-scale...
master thesis 2022
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Jasionytė, Sandra (author)
(re)Displaced in City explores the link between architecture and human rights concerning newcomers’ (refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants) marginalization and degrading treatment in Paris. A specific focus is drawn on newcomers who have limited or no resources and are “trapped” in the complex bureaucratic system that limits access to...
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van Giessen, Ton (author)
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Tezbasar, Ceyda (author)
Spatial (in)justice is characterised as the geography of social (in)justice. The city is a network of ecologies composed of infrastructure, economic ideologies, and wealth. The inequalities that emerge as a by-product of these systems highlight the injustices in London evolving from social, economic and spatial patterns in the form of...
master thesis 2022
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Haak, Stijn (author)
Work in The Netherlands seems to evolve along the line of technological inventions as a result of increased productivity rates. Because of its increasing productivity, the earliest technologies are quickly adopted in spaces of economic activity. Traditionally, the place to work was centralized so employers could keep an eye on their employees...
master thesis 2022
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Dzelme, Rihards (author)
We are at the beginning of the most significant societal change since the internet. We are transitioning from a 2-dimensional browser-based interaction to immersive 3-dimensional experiences. The metaverse is not a place or a destination but a state where technology and ecosystem are symbiotic. <br/>Digital Twins, interactive toolkits,...
master thesis 2022
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van den Burg, Amanda (author)
Housing prices in cities like London, New York, Paris and many others rise to a level which most people can’t afford. Nowadays, it is not just the poor and less advantaged that are being priced out of the city, it is happening to the middle-class as well. Complete communities are stuck in poverty with little chance of upward mobility. In short,...
master thesis 2021
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Olden, Olaf (author)
If the hustle and bustle in the cityscape of London were a movie, than the public space is the stage and the urban texture its décor. The movie would be about culture - city life - and the people who are in it will be its social actors. the different identities of the social actors makes the film heterogeneous by nature.<br/>But there is an...
master thesis 2021
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