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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 & densification, urban flooding, and identity crisis. The objective of this research is to design a landscape framework and explore adaptive design...
master thesis 2020
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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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Huang, Cai (author)
On the northwest urban edge of Miami Dade County, the mining industry of the largest scale in Florida has existed for over 60 years. However, it is estimated to stop by 2050 as the reserves decline. As a consequence of limestone mining, more than 10,000 hectares of abandoned lakes will be left on the landscape. This project proposes land and...
master thesis 2019
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Novkovikj, Monika (author)
The thesis aims to explore the potentials and possibilities of open space landscapes with the goal of utilizing them in a new spatial landscape infrastructure device of integrative socio-spatial value. It will attempt to acknowledge the hidden qualities of open spaces, often overlooked due to responsibilities limited only to administrative...
master thesis 2018
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Peter, Jean-Baptiste (author)
Traditional urban design approaches have failed to address changing urban conditions such as the ecological crisis, extreme weather events, and urbanisation. There is a need to explore new approaches which are able to deal with the holistic nature of the landscape. The aim of this research is to develop an integrated urban regeneration strategy...
master thesis 2018
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Chen, Zhouyiqi (author)
This project explores the potential of integrating the wisdom and principles of ancient water management methods in the contemporary urban context of Hangzhou. Due to its specific location in the Yangtze river plain, Hangzhou is dealing with water issues for centuries. To support daily life and protect themselves from flooding threats, the...
master thesis 2018
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Şükür, Müjdat (author)
Current mobile sensory technology allows us to track eye movement and measure physiological activities in our body. There are several studies conducted in how our body reacts to certain environments by using skin conduction (Nold, 2009) or EEG sensors (Mavros, P., Austwick, M.Z. & Smith, A.H. (2016). Although these methods are fairly new in...
master thesis 2018
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Vaddadi, Bhavana (author)
“Anyone who only thinks of technology, has not yet recognized that autonomous driving will change our society.” says Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of Daimler AG, and indicates to what the future of mobility will look like. Autonomous and shared mobility is the most talked about topic in the world of transport today. Self-driving shared vehicles...
master thesis 2017
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Kalogeropoulou, Nadia (author)
The development of the landscape around the national border, a usually “unreachable” space due to mentality issues and practical difficulties, is the subject of this graduation project. Enhancing inner connections, literally and symbolically, has been the key to preserve and celebrate the unique qualities of the borderland. A combination of...
master thesis 2017
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Lin, W.Y. (author)
The thesis aims to explore the possible spatial transformation and design principles for introducing a landscape infrastructure that could facilitate the establishment of a new relationship between human and nature. Flevopolders in the IJsselmeer delta area is chosen as the site of study due to its unique natural and cultural settings, which...
master thesis 2017
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Chen, Y.S. (author)
This project explores the landscape potential of Taiwanese river valley in terms of integrating water and river management with urbanism within the context of a dense environment diversity as well as a highly sensitive and dynamic landscape. Taking one of the most illustrative river basin, Dajia River, the steepest river with the most water...
master thesis 2017
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Haug, D.C. (author)
The dysfunctional and canalized rain water stream "Elprom" in Varna, Bulgaria is causing environmental and social risks in its immediate surrounding (water shed) but also causes wider consequences. Thus the aim is to turn a problematic stream into a benefit for the city and its inhabitants with an inegrated+landscape based approach. By doing so...
master thesis 2016
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Mnif, A. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Shao, S. (author)
The theme of the landscape architecture graduation lab is “Flowscape”. It states the landscape infrastructure is not only a technical structure but also a carrier of natural and urban processes. It is proposed to solve the environmental problems and adapt to the surroundings as well as providing the appropriate environmental conditions for the...
master thesis 2016
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Baliga, N. (author)
This graduation stems from my personal interest in gender studies and its deep-rooted connection to the construction of space. Born in a country, where gender inequality is evident in all walks of life, the interest gradually transformed to an urge to study the possible ways this burning issue could be tackled. The intention of the project is to...
master thesis 2016
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