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Boots, Jeroen (author)
The main objective of this research was to explore the possibilities of adding experience to our learning process and how to create architecture for this new type of learning. This new type of learning is called Trias Discere. Trias Discere is a combination of broad knowledge, deep knowledge, and experience. The research has been done by asking...
master thesis 2021
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van der Harst, Jasmijn (author)
Today, our world is in crisis. No single part of the world can withstand the destructive effects of climate change. So it’s time for action! Rethinking the future presents a blueprint for a new way of life that maximizes the density of a city while creating the highest quality of life for it’s citizens. A new way of life with the smallest carbon...
master thesis 2021
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Tegelberg, Tess (author)
At the TU Delft, 9% of the students officially have an impairment, however, estimates go up to 30% (Centrum Hoger Onderwijs Informatie, 2019). The TU Delft is building new spaces to accommodate its students but seems to do so for the median student. Little research has been conducted into the environmental needs of students in higher education...
master thesis 2021
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Oldenhave, Mimi (author)
Technological advances over the past centuries have greatly improved our quality of life. However, when we look at historical centres with their vernacular buildings, we seem to prefer them to the modern ones. According to Amos Rapoport there are three types of societies; primitive, vernacular and the modern. Each of these societies operates in...
master thesis 2020
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Korla, Jaka (author)
Configurational Morphology is a research and design project exploring the potentials of configurational design as a systematic approach to generating site-specific urban form responsive to its environmental, social end economic context. By looking into both the theoretical potentials of configurational thinking as well as its practical...
master thesis 2020
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Nguyen, Huu Dat (author)
Everything started with my fascination of Pokémon-Go; the cultural moment when the building environment was used differently than intended; massive groups gathered around in public parks and kids invading your backyard. I wanted to understand the behavior of people and the new ways of interaction between space and humans. Literature research...
master thesis 2020
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Ventura, Eva (author)
Coney Island is a special place. It is both a chimera and a relic. A chimera (is a mythological creature with multiple faces) that shifts and vanishes and reforms right before our eyes. And a relic that has seen so many different stories and has been part of many lives in so many different ways. For most, Coney Island is an energetic escape from...
master thesis 2020
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Li, Zhiyuan (author)
A exploration of integrating spatial augmented reality (mainly projection mapping) into space design to create spatial illusion. A method to compress the space and change audience's perception of space by mainpulation of these illusion, mainly including influence on some psychological cues of space cognition. The project is an immersive theater...
master thesis 2020
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de Bruin, Sarah (author)
The graduation project started with my fascination for mycelium-based materials, ecology and the circular economy. The main goal I strive to incorporate within the design project is circularity by integrating the ecology within the existing build environment and society. Therefore, I choose the Harvest studio of Architectural Engineering chair,...
master thesis 2019
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Mugica, Céline (author)
How can local craftsmanship be intensified by way of unqualified and qualified workers in the urban centre of Bandung in order to retrofit existing structures in a creative and durable manner?<br/> By using the existing shared vernacular and craftsmanship knowledge and available resources, the self-build tradition which is already strongly...
master thesis 2019
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Sarvary, Anaïs (author)
The thesis is focused on Paris and the notion of power, prevailing in the city. It is more particularly looking at the experience of control felt within it and how it is possible to design in resistance to this particular aspect.<br/>The graduation was developed along different methodologies and themes of interest. <br/>The research, set at the...
master thesis 2018
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Kropp, Lukas (author)
This research investigates events as an elementary tool to change the physicality of the environment, the perception of the environment and the behaviour of users within an environment. The main research question being, How can an event influence architecture? To find out what an event is, the literature study will focus on the writing of...
master thesis 2018
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de Valk, Kas (author)
A lightweight structural expansion that supports a by earthquakes threatened building and simultaneously adds new living and working space in the seismic area of Groningen.
master thesis 2017
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de Melo Morais Borges, Manuella (author)
Despite the fact that pop-up and temporary architecture is slowly evolving, there is much room for improvement. While the focus is in the function it serves, it very commonly lacks in the aesthetic aspect and the quality of the space, being perceived by many as cheap, fast and disposable. Similarly, in the technical aspect, it lacks the...
master thesis 2017
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Grunstra, Jelle (author)
Problems are overcome by transforming the dwellings and giving the option to add modules to the dwellings. This ensures many different target groups can live in the community. People don’t seek a suitable dwelling, but instead find a community in which they can live and the dwellings is adapted to them. Moreover, users can implement a...
master thesis 2017
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Kamphuis, Wouter (author)
If we do not anticipate for a transport revolution within 10 years, we are forced back to autarkic ways of life. Transport and our built environment are greatly interrelated. What if we could look at transport from the point of urban development? Is it possible to assess why a mode of transport is right for a city based on an urban impact we...
master thesis 2017
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Tjia, M.L.K. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Heester, B.A. (author)
Locomotion of Demesne is a counter reaction on the classic way of protecting buildings against earthquakes in the area of Groningen by making large and stiff constructions. Its approach uses spark-carriers (young urban professionals) working in the Groningen high-tech industry (datacentres Eemshaven). The design is based on the nine rules of...
master thesis 2016
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Spruit, L. (author)
It has become a common place that the effects of the scientific and industrial revolutions are threating our environments. This paper analyzes a specific case of the reckless exploitation of resources and the socio-economical consequences: (1) the extraction and use of fossil fuels in Groningen and the impact on Dutch economy; (2) ecological and...
master thesis 2016
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Wester, J.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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