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van Oevelen, Lotte (author)
As the climate is changing, the need to mitigate and adapt to the climate is getting more urgent every day. One of the biggest causes of global warming is the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. Simultaneously, we are destroying one of our biggest carbon sinks; our peat soil. Peat soil in the Netherlands is destroyed by the Dutch polder system and...
master thesis 2022
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Kotaesh, Khalil (author)
We are living in a perfect storm of catastrophes; overpopulation, desertification, deterioration of biodiversity, and a weakened ecological system are threatening our current way of living. It is essential we look for new ways of living and building. This paper is an experimental research on how to use waste-based brick as a building material to...
master thesis 2022
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Wildenberg, Ella (author)
Biodiversity is declining, urbanization is increasing, and the pressure on urban greenery is rising. Nature inclusive design can provide a solution. The research paper investigates the current trend of nature inclusive design, the architectural interventions that can be used in nature inclusive design and urban ecology in the Netherlands, to be...
master thesis 2022
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Kapinga, Julia (author)
master thesis 2021
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Farcomeni, Eleonora (author)
master thesis 2021
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Muntjewerff, Stijn (author)
Understanding the perceived stimuli and barriers by private homeowners is key knowledge to realise effective climate adaptive policy and consequently the adoption of SSCAM by homeowners. Q-methodology was used to unravel the perspectives of 25 homeowners from the Vruchtenbuurt, Den Haag and Hillegersberg-Zuid, Rotterdam on climate adaptation....
master thesis 2021
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Cui, Xue (author)
As petroleum depletion and climate change becoming evident, it is relevant for urban designers and planners to think within a new energy paradigm contextualized by post-petroleum era. This report combines drosscape and energy landscape theory with post-petroleum planning, and tests this proposed method in Daqing, an oil city located in the...
master thesis 2019
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de Jong, Liza (author)
In Nala Sopara, In the Mumbai metropolitan region, we can find many one-story dwelling blocks called ‘baithi chawls’. Due to the increasing demand for housing in this area, the developers have shifted their focus to the build of four to five-story chawls. We can distinguish two forms of chawl development; the redevelopment and the new...
master thesis 2018
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