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Worm, Renske (author)
The Graduation Studio of Interiors Buildings Cities (2021-2022) examines the possible future of the National Bank of Belgium, located in the city of Brussels. The Bank as a collective system has recently come under scrutiny because of the ongoing climate change and the switch from physical to digital payments. <br/>The municipality of Brussels...
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Grünewald, David (author)
The housing crisis has resulted in a shortage of one million homes in the Netherlands. The dilemma: simply ramping up housing production fails to solve the problem, as common methods of construction and project development repeatedly prove to be socially and environmentally unsustainable. <br/><br/>Transit Village explores a variety of...
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Vieira Dellosso, Giulia (author)
With the pressing issues that arise from a society driven and measured by flow of capital and wealth, the future of the National Bank of Belgium and its role to society is questioned as most of its functions are becoming digital or being relocated. A monumental building, representing an institution in an extremely relevant capital, presents...
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WEI, RUI (author)
The graduation project of Interior building Cities focuses on the renovation of national bank of Belgium. The current bank building is the result of a massive reconstruction project that transformed and rescaled this piece of city into an imposing, yet ultimately alienating urban environment. Due to the relocation of some of its functions and...
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Escamilla Sanchez, Pablo (author)
A palatial building rests by Rue de Bois Sauvage of Brussels, an intimate street located at the exact point where the lower historic city ends and upper bureaucratic city starts. The Palace remains like a parasite of a larger introverted structure that fortifies an entire urban block to hide the offices of the National Bank of Belgium. The...
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Li, Ho Kong (author)
The brief of this year ‘s studio is to address the the transformation of the National Bank of Belgium located in Brussels. However, since its completion, there has been a fundamental shift in the requirements placed upon it. Industrial functions like the printing and storage of currency have been relocatedout of the city, or overseas; finance is...
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Mirra, Vittoria (author)
As climate change, housing shortage and prices in the Netherlands are getting out of control, the building industry needs to find new ways of designing high quality neighbourhoods that manage to tackle these issues. This project focusses on developing an energy neutral, high quality, affordable neighbourhood by implementing a modular strategy...
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Tong, Man Ho (author)
ReCoNet is a housing complex which is designed to reconnect in three scales: Marco, Meso and Micro. The composition of ReCoNet is designed around the concept of a recycling community. Taking social, ecological and economical sustainability as its key point, ReCoNet aims to create a well-balanced and versatile contemporary solution that maximises...
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Agerbeek, Rubin (author)
The housing shortage in the Netherlands and the high contribution of the construction sector towards climate change demands a different approach towards affordable housing. A combination of the concept of a 'housing cooperative' and the implementation of 'low-tech principles' on all scales of the design tries to bring back affordable housing...
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van Giessen, Ton (author)
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Stelzner, Anna (author)
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Kilius, Martynas (author)
The architecture of Tbilisi, specifically, the domestic vernacular dwellings mostly found in the old town, have seen various transformations over time initiated by different actors, usually by inhabitants themselves. This could be seen as non-architectural architecture or the architecture after architecture. Be it a rotten railing of the...
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Haak, Stijn (author)
Work in The Netherlands seems to evolve along the line of technological inventions as a result of increased productivity rates. Because of its increasing productivity, the earliest technologies are quickly adopted in spaces of economic activity. Traditionally, the place to work was centralized so employers could keep an eye on their employees...
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Dehing, Luuk (author)
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Buiter, Ciske (author)
This thesis is a qualitative thesis depicting the way a design strategy can be constructed for a nature inclusive building by giving an example case. By first doing a set of case studies of projects describing themselves as nature inclusive and looking into their design strategy, then applying this to a case location together with the help of...
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Kiliçaslan, Ecem (author)
In the summer of 2021, an exceptional number of 270 wildfires took place among the entire Turkish coast. Multiple villages have been destroyed. Villagers lost their loved ones, houses and income sources. According to climate scientists, the wildfires will occur more often due to hotter summers. This emerges the question on how destroyed villages...
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Magloire-Isidora, Aisrel (author)
Noise pollution is a contemporary problem that developed through urbanisation and industrialization. The consequences of this issue directly influence the health of human beings, as their perception of noise leads to certain behavioural responses. By addressing this issue in a strategic way, residential housing can still be created in noise...
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Wildenberg, Ella (author)
Biodiversity is declining, urbanization is increasing, and the pressure on urban greenery is rising. Nature inclusive design can provide a solution. The research paper investigates the current trend of nature inclusive design, the architectural interventions that can be used in nature inclusive design and urban ecology in the Netherlands, to be...
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Zhang, Xiangyu (author)
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van Hoof, Jules (author)
An interdisciplinary approach of the building process is needed in order to achieve a more resilient outcome. The aim within this paper will therefore be about the implementation of GreenBlue infrastructure with Open Building to strive for a circular water cycle within the built environment. The following topics have been investigated in order...
master thesis 2021
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