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Hollander, Chiem (author)
This study explores the potential application of architectural considerations from three Dominican priories—St. Dominic Church, Sainte-Marie de La Tourette, and the Dominican Motherhouse— emphasising their reflection of divine transcendence as a design narrative for the adaptive reuse of St. Dominic Church to multifunctional Art Complex Het...
master thesis 2024
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Liu, RayLin (author)
National Monument Christus Triumfator church in Bezuidenhout, the Hague was designed by the team D.S.B.V. under Geert Drexhage in 1959-1962, however, among three churches under Drexhage's, only Christus Triumfator church survives in the secularization and shrinking religious community in the Netherlands. The design of Christus Triumfator church...
master thesis 2023
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van Zantvliet, Marc (author)
This paper is aimed at investigating the design of care homes for independent elderly people within a former church building. With the growing vacancy rate of churches, the aim of this research is to see if they can complement the housing need present among the elderly. In the Netherlands, a quarter of all religious buildings have already been...
master thesis 2023
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Ray, Snigdha (author)
The Old Pinakothek, with its progressive concept, became a model for many 19th -century museums. Completed in 1846, by Leo von Klenze, the structure was severely damaged post-war. Its first restoration plans included a complete tear-down and a new master plan. Hans Döllgast fought for its preservation and state of history, adding a method of...
student report 2023
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Buia, Ramona (author)
SuperDutch is a movement defined in the 1980’s in the Netherlands as the means through which the country was placed back into internatioal discourses, being marked by architectural innovations and the rediscovery of Dutch national identity. At first sight, the buildings of this period appear to be formed upon the foundation of globalization and...
student report 2023
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Kooij, Edward (author)
Le Corbusier had a big influence on architecture with his modernistic approach and style. A big inspiration for him was the car and how they were mass produced and standardized, initiated by Henry Ford with the Model T. Inspiration of car design can be seen in his architectural approach and designs. This fascination led to him entering an...
student report 2023
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Krijnen, Luuk (author)
The re-purposing of cultural heritage is becoming more and more prominent. Often, cultural heritage objects hold (great) value, making working with them a difficult task. Therefore, in order to complete these types of projects successfully, a clear overview over what is important has to be present. A way to do this is to document the most...
student report 2023
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Stuer, Hanlin (author)
The misguided idea of permanence in architecture has proven to be an illusion (Brand, 1994; Ford, 1997). Present-day solutions such as the adaptive and circular design of buildings strive to enable frequent changes in buildings to satisfy the needs of users in our transient society. However, this challenges the idea of permanence in architecture...
student report 2023
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Heemskerk, Esmee (author)
Churches are one of the most important features of the Dutch townscape. They were the cultural hub of the town for a long time. The 20th century marked the start of a societal change: ontkerkelijking. More and more churches are becoming vacant in the Netherlands and Belgium. These buildings can be reused, and the past can help us. The research...
student report 2023
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van Rossum, Hugo (author)
This thesis researches the effects that politics can have on architecture. As a field of research, former East Germany is chosen. Here, political powers influenced heavily what was being built. This relationship is researched through the life of East Germany's most prominent architect: Hermann Henselmann. He changed his architectural course...
student report 2023
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Kuijsters, Stijn (author)
The design of embassies is a highly sensitive and important challenge. Two case studies of Dutch embassies in Africa designed by Dutch architects are chosen to investigate the way local conditions influence the design of Dutch<br/>purpose-built embassies on other continents. A literature study was performed to compare the two case studies on...
student report 2023
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Hoinărescu, Dinu (author)
The thesis is diving into the search for the Romanian identity in architecture and at the end of the 19th century. Did the New Style that emerged from it capture the spirit and adapt to the new times?
student report 2023
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Bezniţchi, Andrea (author)
The architectural evolution of the Romanian coast after WWII saw brand new developments, fuelled by the need to create a profitable touristic industry, that is promoted locally and internationally, painting a picture of the progress and success of the socialist society. Tourists from all over Europe are known to have passed through these resorts...
student report 2023
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Houweling, Kim (author)
Since the beginning of the twentieth century modernistic movements gained influence in architecture and also in church architecture. Specified on protestant churches, we find that a church is a really special building. The design as to be serving the congregation, so they can serve their God. But the design also has to say something to the world...
student report 2023
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van Haren, Nolan van Haren (author)
Brutalist buildings have, until recently, been loved by few. As a result, many Brutalist buildings have fallen into disrepair, and some have even been demolished. Nowadays, many suggestions are made about how these brutalist buildings can be restored and future-proofed. This research looks at Brutalist buildings that have been transformed since...
student report 2023
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Stuiver, Tom (author)
Door het grote woningtekort en het dreigende ruimtetekort ontstaat er een groot probleem in Nederland, maar waarom zou de focus alleen op nieuwbouw liggen om dit probleem op te lossen als er ook nog een groot gedeelte van het industrieel erfgoed leeg staat en onbenut blijft? De hoofdvraag is daardoor als volgt: Hoe kan Nederlands industrieel...
student report 2022
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DOUKAS, KONSTANTINOS (author)
student report 2022
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Vergeer, Pieter (author)
The close relationship of architecture with power caused it to play an important role in the Cold War conflict between the capitalist West and socialist East side of Berlin after World War Two. This research investigates how architecture was used as an expression of political ideology in the public architecture of Hermann Henselmann and Hans...
student report 2022
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SPYRIDONIDOU, PELAGIA (author)
The question of industrial buildings’ and complexes’ management has been a developing field of research and experimentation, especially over the last three decades. Despite the acknowledgement of industrial relics as factors that have largely contributed to the formation of regions’, communities’ and cities’ identity, in the 21st century there...
student report 2022
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Kapoor, Rushil (author)
The thesis seeks to analyze the Mughal Architecture in Old Delhi from 1526 till 1707. Starting with a brief description about the history of India, it allows the reader to acknowledge the motifs of the Mughal sultanate and how it was established. The writing advances to introduce the six main Mughal emperors in Delhi such as Babur, Humayun,...
student report 2022
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