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Hussain, Ayesha (author)
From 1700 onwards the natural coastal landscape of Mumbai has gone through drastic changes and has become the highly urbanized metropolis we see today. The natural landscape was that of a forest to estuarine topographical gradient. This transformation of the land has had a major impact on the city’s resiliency, impacting water systems, green...
master thesis 2022
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Chu, Jie (author)
The countryside is standing at the cross of its destiny due to rapid urbanization. Influenced by the historical dual urban-rural relationship, the countryside in China was regarded as the sacrifice of regional modernization. Since the reform and opening up, a miraculous expansion of cities could be seen within the Great Bay Area (GBA). However,...
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Chongwattanaroj, Akarapol (author)
Bangkok is located on the low-lying deltaic soil near the mouth of Chao<br/>Phraya River. Like many coastal and delta cities, it has faced many floods<br/>and environmental challenges due to human’s extensive alteration of the<br/>landscape and consumption of natural resources. With climate change,<br/>these cities are threatened by more...
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PU, Yuqi (author)
The estuarine river landscape between Shenzhen and Hong Kong is a typical case where the landscape lost its value and characteristics due to the border policy. The two megacities Shenzhen (a city in mainland China) and Hong Kong (a special administrative region), are located in the southeast of the Pearl River Delta, one of the world's largest...
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LU, WANSU (author)
As one of the essential elements in the ecosystem, water often plays a key role in the formation process of the landscape. The polder landscape is one types of hydrological heritage landscape formed by the interaction of water and human beings. However, with the influence of climate change and human activities, the unique polder landscape has...
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Lin, Yu-Wen (author)
Coastal areas and riverine cities accommodate the great majority of the world’s population, but they are extremely vulnerable to flooding risks. In the cities next to the Medway River estuary, the capacity to adapt to flood risks had been weakened by urban development and intense industrial usage. This degrading led to the loss of flood buffers...
master thesis 2021
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Li, Yigang (author)
The thesis conducts spatial explorations through design and discusses the possibilities of using the street market as infrastructure to facilitate collective making and create conditions for inclusive urbanization through achieving supply justice. The street market is a spatial vehicle that can deliver the thesis goal. Supply justice as a...
master thesis 2021
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van Eeden, Esmée (author)
This graduation project presents a landscape architectural design exploration for a new estuarine landscape at the Haringvliet that incorporates the initiative Delta 21. Delta 21 is a hydraulic engineering structure located at the Haringvliet mouth, creating an energy lake and a tidal lake sea inwards. The system of Delta 21 ensures flood...
master thesis 2021
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Liu, Yu (author)
Pearl river delta is undoubtedly the most promising area and a very dynamic tidal zone, especially in the southeast part of the delta, Zhuhai province, Modaomen estuary. The whole area of Zhuhai is a remote island scattered outside the mouth of the Pearl River,when after several generations of reclamation and these days, 20% of marshland in...
master thesis 2021
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Sun, Yun (author)
This project proposed a resilient landscape framework that provides urban transformation and ecological restoration conditions while improving flooding capacity and biodiversity in the Tonghu area. The design exploration focuses on three scales- regional, local and detailed scales, addressing different problems. Principles and strategies from...
master thesis 2021
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Qi, Kailun (author)
Xichong is located in the southeast of Shenzhen on the Dapeng Peninsula. Xichong Beach is the longest and most popular beach in Shenzhen. The landscape structure of Xichong shows a gradation from the sea to the mountains. The beach is located on the sea, followed by dunes. Windbreaks stand on the dunes to resist high winds. Further in is the...
master thesis 2021
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Zheng, Yu (author)
Guangzhou is one of the biggest cities in China, and it is located in Pearl River Delta, which has a vulnerable natural environment. In history, the development of Guangzhou city was inseparable from its canal system, which was developed from the natural dense river network. On the one hand, this system had played its role in water management...
master thesis 2021
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Gao, Yayun (author)
As one of the most important ecosystems on the planet, the coastal zone accommodates a denser population than the hinterland and faces faster urbanization and higher population growth. Meanwhile, the coastal zone is exposed to several climate change disasters in the context of a sensitive environment dominated by water. It is considered with...
master thesis 2021
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Liu, Huiying (author)
Estate landscapes are vulnerable to climate change. Especially regarding water management, these landscapes face severe challenges regarding shortage and abundance of water, which affects the gardens, ecosystem, forestry and agriculture of these estates. Also, many estates are still inaccessible and remain unknown to the broader public. This...
master thesis 2020
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Jiang, Ming (author)
As the city of Arnhem and other area developed. The precious vision of the estates are narrowing because of some reasons. The most important reason is the ‘visual obstacles’. The city developed with high rises, the high rises block some of the visual channel that belonged to the estate. Like the park Sonsbeek, the house can see the river Ijssel...
master thesis 2020
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Wang, Yanjiao (author)
The research focuses on the estate zone of the Baakse Beek region which is facing environmental problems mainly caused by historical human intervention and climate change. Besides, in the Vorden cluster, as the land use changing caused by intense land reclamation and consolidation, the current agriculture productive landscape makes it not easy...
master thesis 2020
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Li, Yijing (author)
In history, Shunde is famous for its water village culture with dense water networks and a beautiful fish-pond system. After the reform and opening-up policy in 1978, the manufacturing industry is rapidly developed in Shunde. Followed by that, the water village culture is gradually declining. Instead, a large number of factories are scattered in...
master thesis 2020
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Mukkamala, Tapasya (author)
The phase “water, water everywhere but too much or too little” aptly explains the current situation of many global cities. Within the numerous challenges due to Climate change and Urbanisation, water ranks the highest as a risk to the society. This risk ranges from water related catastrophes like floods to availability of portable water to the...
master thesis 2020
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Wu, Wu (author)
The Pearl River Delta (PRD), as one of the fastest developing deltas in terms of land expansion and urban development in the world, is facing serious challenges related to Urban expansion &amp; densification, urban flooding, and identity crisis. The objective of this research is to design a landscape framework and explore adaptive design...
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Sun, Chuanzhi (author)
The Pearl River Delta (PRD) is a river dominated floodplain in southeast China. Long known as one of the country’s richest agricultural regions, in recent years it has also become known as one of the world’s most densely urbanized areas. Decreasing space for water through dyke-ring construction, channelization and urbanization has led to...
master thesis 2019
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