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Vouras, Ilias (author)
With a starting point of the brutalism return to the foreground of the architecture practice and its positive shift and acknowledgement by users and critics, the essay tries to construct a narrative around the formation of prismatic forms. There is a chance of analysis of a broader group of buildings - works that converge similar traits. This...
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Dębska, Michalina (author)
To answer the question of women’s empowerment in mid-century landscape architecture, this essay will focus on the legacy of the “mother founder”<sup>1</sup> of Polish landscape architecture, Alina Scholtz admitted for her immense independence and involvement at work.<br/>Scholtz was a designer and educator, serving as a professor of landscape...
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de Veth, Max (author)
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Scheijde, Jemma (author)
This study contributes to the understanding of Breuer's architectural style and provides insight into the evolution of modernist architecture in the mid-twentieth century whereby it examines the progression of Marcel Breuer's architectural style using Breuer House I (1939), Breuer House II (1948), and Breuer House, New Canaan II (1951) as case...
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de Rijke, Niels (author)
During the second world war, Middelburg was destroyed by a major city fire and much of the historic, romantic Dutch architecture has been destroyed. The aim of the thesis is to get more information about the differences and comparisons of aesthetics of streets including morphology and materials between before and after the war. First, multiple...
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Brandt, Thomas (author)
During the post-war period in the 1950s, brutalist architecture originated in Great-Britain as a reaction to previous architectural movements. It derived from an architectural style of building with exposed concrete called ‘béton brut’. It later became more popular when a new generation of modernist architects started using this exposed concrete...
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Mirova, Hristiyana (author)
Marcel Breuer is an iconic figure not only in the world of architecture but also in design. The interesting turn in his career and his professional journey from a craftsman to a designer and later to an architect gives a very good example of the important role of craft in architecture. The following paper analyses selected projects from the...
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Buijinck, Yu anna (author)
In this thesis the modern office typology will be the main object of this research. Giving an answer to the question: how did the open floor plan in offices emerge in the twentieth century? The buildings Johnson Wax Headquarters (1939) by Frank Lloyd Wright and Centraal Beheer Apeldoorn (1972) by Herman Hertzberger will be analysed to illustrate...
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Knettig, Šimon (author)
Although formed by thousands of individual practices, the field of architecture is represented in media by only a narrow group of offices that gained a significant influence throughout their career. On highly visited internet websites such as ArchDaily, or Dezeen, we recognize a reoccurring pattern of these influential offices with their most...
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Kolmas, Mats (author)
In the field of architecture, there reigns a stigma of long working hours, in university, and practice. This paper sets out the causes of the long work hour culture that relate to the practice of architecture and the consequences and choices it may bring along. Based on existing research findings, seven major causes provoke long work hour...
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Damstra, René (author)
The aim of this research is to understand creativity related to three separate subjects, ‘creativity in mind’, ‘creativity in space’ and ‘creativity in practice’. All of the three subjects are linked to the creative spaces of the architectural office. It is the question, ‘’How did the interior of creative spaces within the architectural office...
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White, Mateo (author)
This essay contextualises and analyses the development of shopping centres in the 20th century by their connection to postmodernism and capitalism, through Frederic Jameson’s theories on the advent of the architectural style and cultural movement, positioning the act of shopping as a cultural production of the economic system. Using Jameson's...
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Choe, Yeonghwa (author)
CIAM’s Charter of Athens and Le Corbusier’s books stipulated new urban planning and new laws of architecture. The theory of the modern architectural movement, which defines the principles of modern cities, has been systematically applied since the construction of the French apartment complex. “Mapo Apartment” was the first complex-type apartment...
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Mastenbroek, Djamo (author)
With the exponential growth of high-rise buildings in Rotterdam over the past decades the city is now the 10th highest city in Europe. The role that high-rise plays in the city of Rotterdam has been developing throughout the years and started becoming more important. Through literature and municipal archival research, the significance of high...
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Ubbens, Lisa (author)
Jacobus Johannes Pieter Oud was a Dutch architect who lived from 1890 till 1963. In 1917 he and six other well-known architects, started a magazine ´De Stijl´, a manifest for Dutch Modernism in art and architecture. Five years later, in 1922, Oud withdrew himself from De Stijl, but he continued to design according to the manifest of ‘De Stijl’....
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Groeninx van Zoelen, Annekee (author)
With a shortage of over 300,000 homes, which will be even more in the coming years, the Netherlands has a social problem that needs to be solved (NOS, 2021; Bremmer &amp; ten Teije, 2020). The Netherlands also needs to take more progressive measures in the field of sustainability in order to meet its goals. The relatively young concept of "tiny...
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Slezák, Samuel (author)
Czechoslovak architecture built in the Communist period, which lasted from 1948 until 1989 holds a negative image in the eyes of the public (Národní Galerie Praha, 2020). Architecture built during the communist regime is frequently criticized for its strong political and ideological background. Moreover, many of these structures are being...
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MEXIS, MICHAIL (author)
This thesis aims to critically examine the design process of two cultural centres-landmarks, built in the Netherlands in the past decades. The examined projects include the EYE Filmmuseum (DMAA-2011) and the TU Delft Library (Mecanoo-1998). Despite the differences between the two buildings, they share similar starting points regarding the sites...
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Hu, Joan (author)
Between 2013 and 2016 a striking number of 11665 architecture competitions were held in the EU, which is around 3888 competitions per year. Competitions were a way to be innovative, experimental and idealistic. However, due to the strike regulations and entry requirements, small businesses and young architects are often excluded. The question...
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Kopiarová, Dominika (author)
Radical experimentation, formal plurality, and oscillation between architecture and visual arts permeated the 50s and 60s generation of architects and artists on both sides of the politically divided Europe. Central and Eastern European examples from this period are often undervalued, if addressed at all, both by Western European standards and...
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