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Bhatt, Jahnavi (author), Boudouaya, Oumkaltoum (author), Koskeridou, Eleni Maria (author), Mohamed Rani, Marina (author), Ravichandrakumar, Dhushyanth (author)
The Greater Bay Area, known as the GBA, ultimately incorporates 11 main cities (consisting of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the Macao Special Administrative Region (Macao SAR) as well as the municipalities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, and Zhaoqing) into an urbanised...
student report 2019
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Isaza, Elisa (author), Kalyan, Kavya (author), Suresh, Kavya (author), Rezikalla, Minalies (author), Wu, Wu (author)
This project displays an explorative attempt at redefining the megablock planning concept. The Greater Bay Area (GBA), as the site of interest, is undergoing rapid metropolization, with a risk of resulting in the formation of indistinguishable, generic urban structures. The fast development and the migration process have defined a region with...
student report 2019
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Santilli, Virginia (author)
In European suburban areas, shopping centres are the main attractor, socially and commercially. Overcoming the scale of small town centres and providing a common regional place, these world interiors of capital are building a new territorial identity.<br/>Nevertheless, today online shopping is denaturating shopping centres, turning them into...
master thesis 2018
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Broeders, Annelies (author)
Virtual reality technology has captured the human imagination since before the first ceiling mounted glasses were invented in the 1960’s. Curiosity towards seeing what we can’t see and experiencing what we can’t experience, is one of the drivers behind societal and scientific progress.<br/><br/>In 2012, the technology saw a new phase of...
master thesis 2018
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Einert, Max (author)
This research and design thesis addresses the transition towards a post-capitalistic economy and explores a corresponding spatial development perspective for Leipzig (Germany) and its hinterland. The starting point of this project is the theoretical assumption that there is a mutual relation between spatial and economic development. <br/>From...
master thesis 2018
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Uchil, Rajat Dinesh (author)
The thesis explores the social potential of space i.e. the social logic of space to enhance resilience of society. As social resilience is defined as the capacity of society to cope, adapt or transform societal relations towards external stress, space that is a ‘construction’ and a function of the structure of society hosts the ability in...
master thesis 2018
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Zhang, Hongyi (author)
In general, people and environment are two main properties in today’s strategy plans of urban development, which are also essential elements of urban design (Carmona et al, 2010). Designers promote more on human dimension design that reflects spatial dimension of environment such as the eye level city in their urban design topics. Gehl (2010)...
master thesis 2017
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Kuipers, Vera (author)
This graduation project focuses on the opportunities within democracy to overcome inequality on social, economic and political aspects. The opportunities will be focused on changes within public space. The research will start with an investigation of the starting point of the project. Then, the methodology used to come to the research results...
master thesis 2017
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Monteiro de Jesus, Soscha (author)
METRO POLIS refers to the reciprocal relation between the urban environment and the metro system in Tokyo, Japan. In November 2016, its largest fish market was planned to relocate, leaving behind a vast territory in one of the central wards. As a strategy to connect this post-industrial territory to the everyday of the Tokyoites, a metro station...
master thesis 2017
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De Haan, G. (author)
This project explores the fragmentation of the global city of London. Current urban development practices are being compared to historic urban structures, such as the high streets, in order to explore the potential for a stronger integration between global and local. The outcomes of the research are used to propose a manifesto for the integrated...
master thesis 2016
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Groeneveld, B. (author)
A strategic, multi-scalar and multi-actor approach to revitalizing the existing water-, waste-. and food systems within the Shenzhen SEZ is assessed and modelled. Concordant local interventions are furthermore implemented, integrating local conditions into the overarching strategy. Furthermore, a phenomenological view of these systems is...
master thesis 2015
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Torabi Kachousangi, F. (author)
Ray as the most historic city in Iran is an example of the neglected district that today religion shaped its identity and spatial configuration. In Fact the rapid growth of urbanization and migration in Tehran after the modernization, resulted polarization that affected on Ray, physically and socially and led to separate Ray from the rest of...
master thesis 2014
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Varapeckyte, E. (author)
Curonian Spit is a peninsula on the seaside which is shared together with Lithuania and Russia (Kaliningrad). Since it is only accessible by water transport on Lithuanian side, it becomes hardly reachable island for Lithuanians. Due to its unique cultural landscape place also has UNESCO status under criteria V. After independence major...
master thesis 2014
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Koumans, S. (author)
Lower class migrants in Shenzhen are facing socio-spatial segregation, which limits the opportunities for them to improve their living situation. Currently the Shenzhen government does not actively address to this issue. This project offers an alternative approach on migrant integration and the redevelopment of urban villages, aimed at the use...
master thesis 2013
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Beijer, J.H.E. (author)
‘the metropolis and five stages of modernity’ is an explorative research on contemporary ecologies and the historic (re)-emergence of public domain, infrastructure and urban form in Los Angeles
master thesis 2013
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Mehryar, S. (author)
“While it is important to identify world cities, it is also important to identify the lack of connectivity. Silences are as interesting as utterances. They tell us much about the process of globalization.” (Short, 2008) Silences refer to the cities whose connectivity is less than that predicted by their population, and they are called Black...
master thesis 2012
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Kabali, H.P. (author)
The project attempts to develop a strategic proposal through urban framed technique which structurally address the scalar increase of Mumbai megacity and its unequal opportunities. The result is to establish an integration of urban-business environments through Hi-speed infrastructures and therefore, reconfigure development towards hinterlands...
master thesis 2012
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Buinevicius, V. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Jonauskis, T. (author)
master thesis 2010
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Raju, S. (author)
The graduation project is aimed at the restructuring of the metropolis of Mumbai by dealing with problems related to accessibility of the key business district and the realisation of local qualities and realities.
master thesis 2009
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