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Liu, Jingjing (author)
This thesis is an exploration into architectural strategies that help build up the holistic care for children in paediatric facilities.
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Liu, Xiaotian (author)
In Berlin, the public transportation system is large and varied. Train (S-Bahn), tram, metro (U-Bahn), and bus consist of the main skeleton of the system. However, due to historical reasons, most U-bahn and tram lines are located only in the former West and East Berlin, respectively. Thus, lots of transfer stations are located in the area where...
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Drolenga, Stijn (author)
Klimaforum is Berlins new interactive art, science and technology forum, located on a soon to be vacant heizkraftwerk site along the Spree river. <br/>Commissioned by The German Ministry of Culture &amp; Media, The City of Berlin and exploited by the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the TU Berlin, several NGOs &amp; private companies. <br/>The...
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Naik, Harin (author)
Courthouses are the very front face of the judicial system. It can also be referred to as a connecting link or the only link between the people and the fundamental rights to justice described under the Constitution. Situating in the city of Berlin, with a dynamic history of changing power and law, the new Judicial complex aims to open itself to...
master thesis 2023
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ALIYEVA, ZIVAR (author)
Preconceived notions about the scope of architecture and its definition as a purely spatial dimension produced or analysed through one-to-one translated two-dimensional images and drawings do not convey the true experience of space. It lacks movements, emotions, human activities, memories, experiences and perceptions. Perceptions that transcend...
master thesis 2022
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Slangen, Lenneke (author)
This research explores the entanglement of relations of bodies and cities, in the heterogeneous contemporary city. Wherein, the othering of bodies has become an increasingly (problematic) complexity, due to its relations with obsolete embodiments of (historic) notions of power. The research question that is investigated, questions how we can...
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van Klooster, Sjors (author)
Over the years, the Anthropocentric societies are to blame for the problematic urban environments they have created. Within the current paradigm, our destructive behavior towards the natural environment has caused a major decline in biodiversity. To restore the ecology in our contemporary urban environment, we require a turning strategy. This is...
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Kok, Reinier (author)
In the case of the 2017 Grenfell Tower, the fire affected those who were already socio-economically underprivileged. Many residents of the Grenfell tower did not just become homeless or lost personal belongings, approximately two-thirds suffer from post-traumatic stress. Such layered and systemic disparities in the built environment as well as...
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Tezbasar, Ceyda (author)
Spatial (in)justice is characterised as the geography of social (in)justice. The city is a network of ecologies composed of infrastructure, economic ideologies, and wealth. The inequalities that emerge as a by-product of these systems highlight the injustices in London evolving from social, economic and spatial patterns in the form of...
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Nordström, Ragna (author)
The Hospital of Thinkable Boundaries: Methods for Noetic Design; addresses how the modern city and knowledge-context deals with mental illness and healing. Rather than studying medical spaces this research stems from personal evidence of embetterment through the noetic experience, where productive and vital experience is materialized by the...
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Seyben, Remke (author)
A personal problem of dissociation has become the catalyst for a schizoanalysis on the levels of the corporeal, the clinical, and the collective, that uses a philosophical understanding of the unconscious to materialise a design for an urban psychiatric clinic for dissociative disorders.
master thesis 2022
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Kim, Hyungsoon (author)
The project can be defined at the intersection of urban landscape, architecture and infrastructure as a resolution of not only social flows but also the systems and elements of the material flows, which once shaped London. It aims to formulate new social urban programs where the distinction between the site, the architectural edifice or the...
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Mousa, Ranin (author)
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Vaarzon Morel, Isaac (author)
The graduation project entails a linear megastructure of 1.5km, recycling the city’s landscape of industrial processes that are regarded in this project as cultivated first nature. The project is located on the border of two boroughs; Enfield and Waltham Forest. The megastructure is oriented perpendicular to the barriers that divide the site....
master thesis 2021
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Wagner, Marah (author)
The long-stretched shadow of my body touches the footprints in the sand in front of me. It is a cold winter afternoon and the sun is already setting. I hear the rhythm of water pulling back and passing under another wave of water. The beach is full of people many of whom presumably visit this place for the same reason as I: “uitwaaien”. While...
master thesis 2021
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Visser, Janneke (author)
Often, the current housing stock does not address problems of social isolation at this moment in time. For example, dwellings are designed as interior spaces and the route towards the home is often an unpleasant and boring one. It is important for architects and designers to have positive impulses and guidelines to address these problems. To...
master thesis 2021
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Herrewijnen, Wessel (author)
Architectural Design Crossover Graduation Studio final design project. Research paper and graduation design looking into Temporary Intensities and crowd machines in the city of London, resulting in the design of a live music venue with a capacity of 3000 visitors. This design project aims to design this 'crowd machine' as being part of a 'crowd...
master thesis 2021
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Aussems, Casper (author)
The increasing possibilities of the ubiquitous world of the (internet of things) IoT, will not only be installed in our environment but also be attached to the human body. Generating services in which the participant has become as connective to its surrounding as the devices installed to serve them. Thereby expanding the reliance on the rapidly...
master thesis 2021
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Haq, Badar (author)
The city of Lahore (Pakistan) is suffering from a severe environmental crisis. Water related issues such as droughts, floods and waterborne diseases have interrupted the accessibility of citizens to basic amenities. At the TU Delft, I have been approaching these issues in the Explore Lab Studio for my Master’s graduation. In my approach as a...
master thesis 2021
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Ebskamp, Merle (author)
As an architect we experiment. Architectural experimentation is the process of generating design ideas and making design decisions. The traditional tools, drawing and modelling, have proven to be fruitful. However, when zooming in on the essence of experimentation, one may wonder if drawing and modelling are the only possible tools to support...
master thesis 2021
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