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Chen, Dongyan (author)
This project experiments in representing the spatial complexity of a research area and reintroduces it to an adjacent site in the language of architecture. A heavy industrial district for ship building and maintenance is centered on and taken as a field with its dense configuration of artifacts (cranes, workshops, cargoes) and invisible force...
master thesis 2024
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Nahawandi, Raneem (author)
A maritime metropolis that acts as a gateway from which elements from all over the world can enter and mix, resulting in a repository of a large set of heterogeneous entities; Marseille is a knot of flows and fluxes intensifying and manifesting in an assemblage of entities that are products of continuous historical processes. It is a platform of...
master thesis 2023
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Varoutsos, Panayiotis (author)
René Char's aphorism 'They installed us heirs without a will' as a cause for reflection locates the inability of the man of the 21st century to perceive what the past of the place has left behind. In general, it demonstrates the failure of our instant culture to understand the meaning of urban heritage and the dismissal of a consciousness of the...
master thesis 2023
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Tong, Mathew (author)
According to the Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries, the notion of “space” can be read in several ways, of what is the five general understandings of it would be: outside earth’s atmosphere, empty area, period, freedom, and lastly, where things exist/move. With the speed, amount of information, and technology we are currently facing in the 21st...
master thesis 2023
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Druschke, Luis (author)
This project embarks on an alternative reality that is imagined to rethink our relationship with nature. If the representation of the climate crisis heavily relies on data that intrinsically does not entail a visual agency, it is also a crisis of representation. This project seeks to transcend the abstraction and complexity of the discourse...
master thesis 2023
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El Barazi, Taha (author)
The research conducted at the beginning of the graduation year revolved around the indeterminate forces that shape the built environment, resulting in the formation of many ‘ephemeral’ cities along the new silk road. As such, the main outcomes from the research stage resided in the definition of the leftover spaces of intensive industrial...
master thesis 2023
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Volpe, Emanuele (author)
The inhabitants of Assos live by ruins of temples, theatre and civic buildings inherent a humanistic value that transcends to present day. This is the hidden reality of many more cities on the Anatolian coast. This thesis proposes a system for<br/>the revival of this unique type of ruin-city. The objective is to restore the organism of the city...
master thesis 2023
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Chen, Yu (author)
The architectural design Associations and Assemblages-A Pattern-based<br/>Housing Complex, are followed by research on existing housing patterns<br/>in Istanbul. Three types of housing forms: Self-built, Street apartment and<br/>Highrise. For individual housing units, they are different in scale/volume/facade<br/>composition/land occupation....
master thesis 2023
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Ziemiecka, Ewa (author)
We spent hours sitting in silence, until he turned his eyes away from the window and spoke: ‘I would like to tell you one last story, It has been decided, there will be no more travels beyond the edge for me.’ In the following days I heard, not one but five, stories of people M encountered – inhabitants of the land he traveled to. Truth be told,...
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Gan (author)
Starting from a port, Marseille was born as the result of improvisation and spontaneous architectures rather than urban planning. Same things happened in the architecture scale. architects are not the only doers of architecture. Long after the building has been made the non-architects continuously do architecture. When non-architects occupy...
master thesis 2022
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Yin, Weiming (author)
As a major transit city on the Mediterranean, Marseille’s urban history and landscape are largely defined by the continuous flows of matter and energy over time. Amongst these interwoven flows, the waste flow is one of the striking focal points. This is not only because the city of Marseille has historically struggled to escape its "dirty"...
master thesis 2022
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Hwang, Sun Ah (author)
To every rise and fall of nations, crowds were vital. They could appear in the form of armies defending their motherlands or revolutionaries rewriting the courses of history, but they are also vital to political baiting beloved by every ‘big guy’. Crowds also bring in life to the masses; it is the various social spectacles that we (occasionally)...
master thesis 2022
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Sośnierz, Zofia (author)
“The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between.” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart<br/><br/>With this short statement, the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart aptly captures the essence of the Interval spaces that this thesis was defining. Those are left-over or side-effect spaces, which have many programs but are not programmed. They...
master thesis 2022
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Fetter Brücker Liserre, Marina (author)
The research and project evolved from the analysis of nomadic patterns of mobile groups original to the Almaty region of Kazakhstan prior to Soviet rule, which was then led to an investigation of nomadic metaphysics. The conclusion of this analysis suggests that aspects of mobility such as ephemerality and informality – long deemed as...
master thesis 2022
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Usevičiūté, Viktorija (author)
master thesis 2022
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Wang, Yanchen (author)
Barakholka, one of the largest bazaars in Central Asia, is<br/>in the collision between tradition and modernity. Guided by actor-network theory, the project's research reveals the heterogeneity of activity networks in bazaars and the importance of logistics networks and infrastructure for trade activities. The project is about designing an...
master thesis 2021
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Gorchaj, Rina (author)
The cul-de-sac is an omnipresent urban morphology encompassing an array of very different situations, whose specificity however is overshadowed by its functional definition. The research confronts the functional conception and challenges its appropriateness. It is firstly established that there is no one definition of a cul-de-sac, but rather...
master thesis 2021
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KAYA, CEREN (author)
The research investigated the image of Beirut as a ruin through the pictorial artworks of Beiruti artists who have been through these conflict times starting from the 20th century, through a person who has no experience of the city. It concluded that Beirut's ruin image was created by its artist society in order to remind people what happened...
master thesis 2021
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Grosveld, Marcus (author)
The conflictual past of Beirut is being erased by the company of Solidere, which has a strong will to modernise, through a highly destructive reconstruction, in an effort to heal the city. With this project, a new approach is taken on, in which an old concrete structure, riddled with bullet holes, part of the great variety of dilapidated and...
master thesis 2021
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Verdoes, Jesse (author)
The Banality of Death addresses the way the city of Mashhad deals with death. It is an attempt to architecturally translate and expose the tensions that arise between traditional values and the modern transformation of the burial process by the design of three extended rest-stops along the Bagcheh Highway that act as mediators with the goal of...
master thesis 2021
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