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Lesmes Mendoza, Christian (author)
The Circular Economy (CE) in the built environment has gained ever more attention as discussions around the threats of global warming, resource scarcity, environmental impacts, and energy emissions intensify. The building industry accounts for approximately 40% of carbon emissions and reusing vacant buildings – thus slowing resource loops – is...
master thesis 2020
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Mexis, Yiannos (author)
Purpose: The purpose of this research is to address the mismatch between the constant change of users’ demands and the static nature of the built environment (supply). Aim: The development of a strategy for creating adaptable office buildings, highlighting the relation between the actions proposed and the value they can deliver to the...
master thesis 2020
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Alexandre, Lisanne (author)
The Randstad in The Netherlands faces on the one hand structural vacancy in office buildings and on the other hand a growing housing shortage. Reuse strategies to decrease the vacancy rate of the office market have been researched extensively both inside and out- side The Netherlands. However, the challenges and opportunities for these reuse...
master thesis 2020
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Heijstee, Jelle (author)
In transformation projects the land-use needs to be changed. Developers must therefore apply for a change in the land-use plan or environmental permit to deviate from the land-use plan. Municipalities set all kinds off requirements for planning participation, these requirements can jeopardise the feasibility of the transformation plan. The...
master thesis 2020
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van Veen, Lukas (author)
This thesis analyses the impact of new energy efficiency regulations for the built environment on the development of highly energy efficient and zero energy office buildings. In The Netherlands energy efficiency regulation BENG and determination method NTA8800 will become effective januari 2021. BENG and NTA8800 will replace the current EPC and...
master thesis 2020
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van der Pluijm, Otte (author)
Currently, clear European and Global climate goals, such as the Paris Agreement and the European Energy Efficiency Directive, are in place to stimulate more efficient use of resources and lower emissions. The built environment can play a significant role in reaching these objectives in the future since it consumes around 40% of the total energy...
master thesis 2019
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Bodewes, Rosaly (author)
Industrial heritage buildings are a significant part of the total building stock. Most of these buildings have a higher energy consumption. This means that it will have a positive impact on the climate when these buildings are renovated. Next to that, the vacancy of heritage buildings, especially industrial heritage, is increasing. In the early...
master thesis 2019
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Asrani, Khushboo (author)
Context- Large proportion of the built environment needed to cater to the needs of the future already exists today. The scarcity of resources and constantly growing demand, makes it important to have a well thought of and sustainable method. Circular economy being proposed globally implied indefinite cycles of material usage. This translates in...
master thesis 2019
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Geerts, Saskia (author)
The built environment consumes almost 40% of the overall energy consumption. Energy is often produced from the conversion of fossil fuels, which result in CO2 emissions, which in turn cause global warming. Therefore, adaptation of buildings towards less energy use is required to mitigate the effects of global warming. Since the adaptation of...
master thesis 2019
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Kougea, Charikleia Christina (author)
Context: The majority of buildings are designed as static objects, in order to serve a specific goal, a specific function. Although, this does not match to the contemporary and constantly changing way of living and working. Moreover, it does not match with the evolving technology, economy and culture. Thus, buildings that cannot respond to the...
master thesis 2019
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Oudot, Jeremie (author)
This research explores the value that smart offices can provide to real estate investors. Through an extensive literature review a theoretical framework is created on the topics of smart technology, added value, the real estate investor and the real estate user. Then, three case studies are studied in depth by interviewing involved stakeholders....
master thesis 2019
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de Ridder, Robin (author)
This research aims to uncover the transformation potential of the structural vacant office space in Rotterdam to residential space. The office market in the Netherlands has become a replacement market. The result of this replacement market is that users can choose to rent the highest quality offices at the best locations due to the surplus of...
master thesis 2018
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Brethouwer, Mira (author)
Besides being the fastest growing sector in the Netherlands, and a pioneer in working standards, the creative sector is believed to have a positive effect on economic growth. Multi-tenant buildings occupied by creative sector companies, i.e. creative residencies, are thus assumed to improve the neighborhood’s socio-economic quality. A lack of...
master thesis 2018
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Dahlke, Finn (author)
master thesis 2018
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Steenkamp, Vincent (author)
master thesis 2018
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Disseldorp, Wouter (author)
Context - The current environmental situation as a result of human life reflects the demand for more consciousness on the embedded energy of buildings. Moreover, due to the recent economic crisis the perceived naturalness to demolish existing buildings for new development is outdated. Hence, new functions should be accommodated in existing...
master thesis 2018
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van Engelen, Sander (author)
Because of increased secularization and decreased parish revenues, obsolete churches are being sold. Adaptive re-use could preserve the cultural heritage these buildings represent, while having many further benefits. Decision modelling helps view these problems with every actor and their viewpoints in context and in relation with one another and...
master thesis 2018
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Slits, Marieke (author)
The economic crisis, demographic changes and increasing vacancy of real estate in the city urges us to question how we cope with the new needs of the city, and how these can be combined with the existing built environment. Adaptive reuse, as a concept of reusing pre-existing structures for new purposes, has become an increasingly appealing...
master thesis 2017
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Wolswinkel, Judith (author)
Monuments are often not energy efficient, yet improving the energy performance without harming the cultural values is still a complex process. By only conserving a building without making adaptations, a mismatch can arise between the demand of the user and the building. Next to that, using Building Information Modeling (BIM) to assess the...
master thesis 2017
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Pallada, Rosan (author)
Purpose: Complexity is seen as the main bottleneck to start re-use processes for vacant heritage buildings. Researchers ask for the development of conceptual frameworks to explore project complexity and for tools to manage these complex processes.<br/>Aim: This research focuses on collaborative complexity and aims firstly to provide an...
master thesis 2017
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