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van der Voort Maarschalk, Tessie (author)
Due to climate change, the built environment will have to deal with rising surface<br/>water levels in the future. We could cope with this situation by making our buildings adaptable to changing water levels and develop floating urbanisation. Although quite a few floating projects have been realised in the Netherlands they are mostly of the...
master thesis 2022
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Prusti, Maarit (author)
The building permit process in the Netherlands is mostly digitalized, however, there are still some issues. A downsize of information, the manual checking from the municipality, and the duration of the process are some of these issues. To overcome these issues information between 3D building design models, so-called Building Information Modeling...
master thesis 2022
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Sari, Ela (author)
This graduation study examined in an exploratory way how the ‘intangible’ aspects of architectural [built] heritage could be made ‘tangible’ by means of an innovative and strategic collaborative or ‘counter-mapping’-based methodology, in order to give the socio-cultural or intangible aspects of architectural heritage a more prominent place in...
master thesis 2022
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Behro, Daniel (author)
How can we design a low-energy house in the<br/>post-industrial context with the use of environment and<br/>technology and still keep heritage and expression of the past<br/>or machine architecture?
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Siteng (author)
The topic of the studio, “city hotel”, concerns sustainability and hospitality at the same time, aiming to provide a temporary living space within the doughnut model. Since the location of the project is the historical center of Amsterdam which has been largely affected by tourism and become less livable in recent years, the project aims to...
master thesis 2021
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van Eijk, Joost (author)
In 2017, 1610 million kg of waste wood was collected in the Netherlands. The building and demolition industry was, and still is, the most significant contributor. The estimation is made that in 2017 23% of this wood, 370 million kg, consisted of solid waste wood. This solid waste wood has the potential to be reused as a building material without...
master thesis 2021
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Mijonić, Danica (author)
The Bank of Maas is a project which explores the changes in the urban fabric of Rotterdam, occurring as a result of technological developments. The project reflects on these developments, and utilizes them in order to create a condition for urban production to take place. The Bank of Maas is a project which provides Rotterdam with the productive...
master thesis 2021
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Stańczak, Magdalena (author)
According to the World Migration Report 2015, published by the International Organisation for Migration, 62% of the people of Brussels are foreign-born or of foreign descent. That makes Brussels the second most diverse city in the world. The heterogeneity of the city of Brussels can be witnessed on the different levels such as class, culture,...
master thesis 2020
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Du, Jingliang (author)
Under the year theme, “Intimate City”, the task was to create “City Rooms” for the city of Antwerp. The method for developing this notion served as a common ground for the whole graduation process. Each of us in the chair chose one specific site to insert our idea of an urban constitution. My site is a private garden located on the street corner...
master thesis 2019
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Lu, Yinxi (author)
The graduation project “ House of Music” elaborates on the notion of designing a major new concert hall and music school in the City of London. The new concert hall will be situated at Museum of London which is located at the edge of the modernist Barbican complex. The project proposal is to redefine the relationship between the Barbican Complex...
master thesis 2018
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Hompus, Felicia (author)
As the technical university of Delft moved out if the city centre, the city and the university got disconnected physically and socially. This institution, a knowledge center for sustainable development, will be the physical return of the TU Delft University in the city centre of Delft. Being a place to show the TU Delft to the public and a place...
master thesis 2017
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