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Santoso, P.R. (author)
As of today, most of the world’s population is living in urban areas. A lot of people is either migrating or commuting to the city every day. Urban sprawl in many cities in the world tends to trigger severe urban mobility challenges because the development is rarely supported by adequate infrastructure. In addition, the monocentric...
master thesis 2016
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De Geus, L.I. (author)
One of the places where the phenomenon of socio-spatial segregation is most evident and tangible is the city of São Paulo in Brazil, which is also known as “the city of walls.” I developed an architectural concept based on philosopher Elias Canetti’s concept of Verwandlung that relates the social and mental levels of segregation with the spatial...
master thesis 2016
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Munoz Aparici, M. (author)
Participation is a commonly used word in planning and architecture nowadays. Nevertheless, it seems that few care to understand the complexities and limita- tions of participation. Participation has often been misused for political purpo- ses accepting it as mere feedback from citizens, using voting systems and,exhi- bitions of nished products...
master thesis 2016
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Van Zijl, B.C. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Reinders, J.R. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. Most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expensive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Kirchert, J. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expen- sive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Wu, X. (author)
A major feature of China’s urban transformation was the breakdown of the danwei system and the consequent efforts at community development and community building. Chinese post-danwei community has become a meeting ground for citizen activities, business organization involvement and party-state intervention. No longer just a supplementary...
master thesis 2013
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Plijter, E.B. (author)
In a world where globalization is ongoing, this research aims to provide insight into the role of intercultural differences in corporate real estate decision-making and the relationship with the workplace characteristics of multinationals. By combining literature studies with interviews with ten multinationals and case studies in Germany, Great...
master thesis 2012
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Van Dijk, R. (author)
This project promotes building regional capacity by means of collaborative planning in order to co-evolve with change. It is not about weighting alternative solutions or leaving things to the market, but about cooperation between actors from the public, private and business sector, each with their own knowledges that can be employed to build...
master thesis 2012
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Thyssen, J. (author)
The possibility to introduce Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR), into the Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM) decision making process, provided the basis for this thesis. Both theoretic and field research distinguished the demand for empirical guidance on this subject rather than empirical justification. Subsequently a Corporate...
master thesis 2011
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