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xu, ziqi (author)
This report examines the role of an urban designer in a multicultural society. When an urban society is overlapped with a spatial and diverse cultural layer, a cultural community is seen as the essential unit for outreaching and interacting with this complex environment. Community design is required for an urban designer to explore the...
master thesis 2023
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de Hoop, Guus (author)
Kan je architectuur vermenselijken door een gevoel tot ontwerpopgave te maken? Dit is de vraag waarmee ik mijn afstudeerproject startte. Thuis is een begrip dat veel wordt gebruikt en wat sterk gekoppeld is aan de architectonische typologie huis. Zijn deze echter onlosmakelijk met elkaar verbonden en wanneer voel je je thuis? Door middel van...
master thesis 2023
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Kologlu, Tolga (author)
master thesis 2023
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Flatin, Simon (author)
"Arctic Symphony" is an exploration into the intersection of architecture, music, dance, and the temporal dimensions of the Arctic landscape. This project, originally started as a graduation project, transcends traditional architecture by embracing the ever-changing dynamics of the Arctic environment and human interaction.<br/><br/>At the core...
master thesis 2023
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Vogler, Frieder (author)
Scientists observe changes in the registers of our earth, rising Co² levels, changes in methane concentration, acidification of the oceans, and the degradation of soil. These changes in the registers of our earth proliferate environmental catastrophes that destabilize intricate webs of life. The human in the Anthropocene, and with it its...
master thesis 2023
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Teeken, Roel (author)
This essay endeavors to unveil how the mechanisms function that are responsible for the fundamental awareness of one’s physical presence in the world. The capacity of architecture to contribute towards towards such a state of being, is a major theme. The essay does this in three consecutive parts. In the first part, the subject’s bodily...
master thesis 2022
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Enneking, Guusje (author)
This project tries to, inspired by the heavily quantified and confined ways of assessing "liveability" in policy documents, come up with a different way of reading the city. In this project, I aimed to explore this reading within the unit of the street, to see how focusing on a single street, a section of the city, could result in valuable broad...
master thesis 2022
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Baars, Boris (author)
The project aims to research how Trans people are impacted by architectural space and to transform to buildings into Trans residencies in Nairobi and Den Haag
master thesis 2022
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Oosterwoud, Chloë (author)
In recent years, overtourism has become a big problem for many European cities. In Amsterdam, tourism is changing the experience of place of its city centre, which negatively affects resident’s quality of life by causing feelings of alienation. As a result, more and more residents seem to retreat or move away from Amsterdam’s city centre,...
master thesis 2021
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Houweling, Jan (author)
This thesis explores the possibilities for semi-spontaeneous forest succession as the solution for creating a healthy living environment in the formerly industrial area of Schieoevers, Delft. The thesis describes what measurements are needed in order to make the uncertainties of feralisation acceptable for the larger public, as well as the...
master thesis 2021
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Wachala, Marcel (author)
Land prices and rents are constantly increasing in core cities around the globe. They are becoming an object of speculation and investment. Current progressions suggest a development in the outskirts through a process of post-urbanisation. While the suburbs and adjoining villages in the satellite sprawl experienced popularity among young...
master thesis 2021
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Determann, Pepijn (author)
The protagonist of this work is the rightless, displaced person - a population of individuals in transition, hidden like a shadow in the contemporary city. Departing from the active oppression of this considerable group from the fabric of the city and the ways in which architecture contributes to enclosing or dividing populations, this work...
master thesis 2021
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Vooren, Tom (author)
Buildings, spaces, objects - architectural things, everything is of a temporal nature, but this can be hard to grasp. However, we are capable of understanding time as a part of architecture. Not just as a concept, but as something that manifests itself as intrinsic characteristics in the architecture we create and experience.<br/><br/>Temporal...
master thesis 2021
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Wong, Marcella (author)
A graduation based on evidence based long-term design principles, translated into contemporary context and beyond. The design principles are used to create a neighbourhood in a gentle way: letting people participate in the design and development proces, keep housing (forever) affordable, to think beyond short-term effect by creating social impact.
master thesis 2020
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van der Wal, Lena (author)
The world is experiencing climate change. Environmental problems are substantial and it's known that economic growth contributes to them. In addition, social inequality in society has grown. As a response, the concept of sustainable development has come up, but to date businesses find this hard to implement in their ways of working. As societal...
master thesis 2020
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van Riel, S.C. (author)
As of the 31st of January 2020, the United Kingdom separated from the European Union. This event caused an uproar in the preceding years throughout the Union, forcing everyone to consider what the benefits are (or not) of taking part in the European project. For us the benefits are clear. We can easily cross borders to experience and learn from...
master thesis 2020
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Vogel, W.C. (author)
As of the 31st of January 2020, the United Kingdom separated from the European Union. This event caused an uproar in the preceding years throughout the Union, forcing everyone to consider what the benefits are (or not) of taking part in the European project. For us the benefits are clear. We can easily cross borders to experience and learn from...
master thesis 2020
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Rigter, V. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Gerritsen, P. (author)
With criteria based on Derrida's principles for deconstruction early and recent projects of deconstructists as Eisenman, Libeskind and Hadid are compared. The conclusions imply how much in those projects tectonic elements are used to create a style reminiscent to the original objectives of deconstruction and by doing so have become a decoration.
master thesis 2009
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