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Engel, H.J. (author)
Autonome architectuur en de stad gaat over de ‘revisie van de moderne architectuur’ na de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Frappant is de complete ommekeer in de appreciatie van de moderne architectuur die in de jaren zeventig heeft plaatsgevonden. In een breder verband getuigt de introductie van de term ‘post-modernisme’ daarvan. De rol van monumentaliteit...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Jauslin, D.T. (author)
This thesis explores the ways in which landscape is relevant as a concept for designing architecture. Buildings that have been designed like landscapes have become a topic in contemporary architecture. The apparent distinction between architecture and landscape is questioned in exemplary theories and new designs.<br/><br/>The core of this thesis...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Sanaan Bensi, N. (author)
The aim of this thesis is twofold. First, it offers a ‘theoretical reading’ of a historically important architectural entity – namely the bazaar – in order to propose a synthetic understanding of its complexity and to explore the multiplicity of forces and regimes involved in the bazaar’s [historical] formation. Second, by conceptualizing the...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Doron, G (author)
The thesis “The ‘Dead Zone’ and the Architecture of Transgression” investigates the imagery of ‘emptiness’, ‘voids’, ‘no-man’s Land’ (etcetera) in architectural and other discourses, drawing on imagery from antiquity until today. The study begins with the particular case of a now obliterated Palestinian village at the edge of Tel Aviv. The...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Komez-Daglioglu, E. (author)
Context is a crucial concept in architecture, despite the frequent ambiguity around its use. It is present in many architectural thoughts and discussions, while a critical discursive reflection is absent from contemporary architectural theory and practice. Situated within this schizophrenic condition in which the notion is both absent and...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Koller, S. (author)
This book is about the morality of architecture. It is more precisely about moralizing buildings. People talk about architecture morally all the time – but it is not clear how and if architecture is moral. Nor is it clear what people mean most of the time when they talk about ‘the ethics’ or ‘the morality’ of architecture. Sometimes moral talk...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Issaias, P. (author)
The thesis attempts to discuss the “informal” urbanization that characterizes the contemporary Greek cities as an immediate derivative of a complex political project, displayed primarily by architectural and urban typologies and protocols. As a case study, the Greek cities and particularly Athens, offer a possible critique on the recent...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Khosravi, H. (author)
The dissertation explores the political foundations of the city. It positions itself around a definition of the idea of the political, which is determined by the specific constitution of opposed entities; a dichotomy between a sovereign body and movements. Subsequently, the research suggests a dialectical reading of the idea of Urban Form, which...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Djalali, A. (author)
Today we are familiar with definitions of architecture as an integrated, multidisciplinary “networked practice,” which takes its cognitive potential from a “diffused design intelligence.” These definitions were introduced to counter an individual, authorial approach to design which allegedly characterized modern architecture since its beginnings...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Borra, B. (author)
The Architecture of Co-operation investigates the relationship between the collective subject and urban form through co-operation as means of production. The point is how individuals can organize co-operation today for the city as a project and what could be the role of architects into this process. Thus, the aim of the thesis is first to...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Giudici, M.S. (author)
doctoral thesis 2014
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Marullo, F. (author)
In a short essay dealing with the repetitive homogeneity of the Manhattan’s office layouts, Rem Koolhaas defined the term Typical Plan as one of the purest American architectural archetypes. A plan stripped of all its qualities and reduced to a calculated relation between discreet standardised elements: an empty surface able to host whatever...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Wilbers, J.J. (author)
Op 30 november 2012 vond de expertmeeting Traces & Future Tracks of Infrastructure Design plaats aan de TU Delft, Faculteit Bouwkunde. Deze bijeenkomst vormde de eerste stap in het opstellen van een positionering en agenda van de groep Integrated Infrastructure Design (IID), onderdeel van het Delft Initiative for Mobility and Infrastructure ...
book 2013
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Zuccaro Marchi, L. (author)
The “Heart of the City” theme is proposed by the MARS group as title of the 8th Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne (CIAM), held in Hoddesdon, England, from the 7th to the 14th of July 1951. Two opposite urban conditions are considered by Sert, President of CIAM, as main issues which the Heart discourse should face: from the...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Alkan, A.S. (author), Altürk, E. (author), De Vylder, J. (author), Fujimoto, S. (author), Gantenbein, C. (author), Geers, K. (author), Grassi, G. (author), Linder, M. (author), Maltzan, M. (author), Milani, S. (author), Ockman, J. (author), Pasquarelli, G. (author), Riedijk, M. (author), Ungers, O.M. (author), Walker, E. (author)
Fifteen essays in 'Architecture as a craft' present a vision of the architectural discipline in which the essence is sought in craft itself. The book is based on the eponymous symposium that the Delft University of Technology held at the Faculty of Architecture from May 13 to June 4, 2009. The texts can be divided into three main groups: 1. this...
book 2010
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