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Brands, Ivo (author)
The increasing popularity of the city of Rotterdam has resulted in a number of spatial and ecological challenges. Public space is already scarce north of the Nieuwe Maas, with demand increasing due to densification, and the large amount of paved surface results in heat stress. Despite harbour functions having shifted from the city centre towards...
master thesis 2022
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Tulp, Dorien (author)
In this thesis report, research and landscape architecture design are integrated to formulate guiding principles to combat environmental and social issues in urban areas through the case-study of Lombardijen, a neighbourhood in the south of Rotterdam. <br/>In the recently published Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’ climate report, the...
master thesis 2021
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Wei, Baokun (author)
The project envisioned a social-ecological resilient waterfront for Rotterdam. By focusing on the outer dike area of Rotterdam, it aims to protect the port from flooding ,and at the same time create more nature habitat for biodiversity. With creating a resilient river, it can re-realize the role of industry and reconnect them into resource flows...
master thesis 2021
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Leltz, Anne (author)
This project answers the research question “How can we design with climate adaptation measures in existing neighborhoods in the Netherlands while respecting other aspects of sustainable development?” The methods used to carry out the research are mixed methods. Both deductive and inductive research is done. Theory describes the problem, and...
master thesis 2021
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Cai, Ning (author)
Social participation plays an important role in the process of urban landscape renewal and maintenance. Embodying broader social participation can facilitate the equitable distribution of green infrastructure, increase the capacity of landscape management roles, form multidisciplinary teams and implement precise actions. The theme of the project...
master thesis 2021
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CHU, Lok Yan (author)
The project is situated in Parkstad, South Limburg, an administrative region consisting of 7 municipalities, formerly known as the East Mining Region. Deindustrialisation completely transformed the region, making it the first shrinking area of the Netherlands. Shrinkage commonly refers to a shrinking economy, shrinking population and increased...
master thesis 2020
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Saracco, Anna (author)
This graduation thesis aims to reactivate an old axis connecting two different parts of the city of Mostar. The choice of this particular corridor has been adopted not just because of its strategic location - it crosses the city from East to West, two sides that have been rebuilt after the Bosnian war without a coherent urban strategy - but also...
master thesis 2019
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Chen, Shu-Wen (author)
Taiwan is located in the Circum-Pacific Seismic Zone; therefore, this island nation is destined to encounter recurrent cataclysmic earthquakes as what has been witnessed in the previous centuries. Taipei City, which is recognized as the most populous and densest city of Taiwan, has a series of push factors which lead herself standing with...
master thesis 2019
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RAO, Aditya (author)
Disaster prevention and coastal protection of Otsuchi have affected the livelihood and the daily pattern of lifestyle of the regular Otsuchian. This work represents the alternative to a typical top down prefectural level demand for a line based infrastructural solution to disaster prevention and creates the required importance of livelihood,...
master thesis 2019
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de Pater, Bas (author)
"Floating for Health" is a project of the Architectural Engineering graduation studio at the Delft university of Technology. This research and design project explores the problems of rural flood-prone areas in low-income regions and proposes a solution for the lack of healthcare facilities. The context that has been chosen is the region of West...
master thesis 2018
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Lu, Yao (author)
student report 2018
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zum Felde, Mona (author), Hörmann, Beke (author)
The biggest city of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, faces increasing flood<br/>risk, causing frequent sickness, loss of life, and widespread damage<br/>to property. Dar es Salaam is one of the fastest growing cities in the<br/>world. More than 70% of the residents live in informal settlements.<br/>Many of them are located in flood prone areas like...
master thesis 2018
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Sachsamanoglou, Maria (author)
The aim of this project is to explore the possibilities of establishing a new relationship between water and the city of Dordrecht, aiming towards a sustainable future. In one of the lowest parts of the Netherlands, increasingly threatened by climate change and cloudburst flooding, the feasibility of a stormwater management plan is explored,...
master thesis 2018
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Viergever, Lisanne (author)
With climate change changing the world, literally, delta landscapes become more vulnerable. At the same time, delta landscapes become more densely populated every year, creating an uncertain environment for high density urban areas. In the Netherlands, cities are facing treats from the sea level rising, heat stress and <br/>increasing amounts of...
master thesis 2017
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Sunderland, S.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Van Oosten, P.C. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Koukouvelou, A. (author)
Bridges are both landscape and infrastructure elements. Looking through the eyes of a landscape architect, bridges become a continuation of the landscape; a manmade action that heals the misconnections of the landscape. The problematique of infrastructure as a type of landscape and connecting element is a crucial topic which influences the...
master thesis 2016
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Mena Lalama, E. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Trachana, E. (author)
What is the relationship between landscape and agriculture? How can agriculture contibute to the development of the landscape? This research aims to investigate the power of agriculture over landscape form. The research goals are the creation of a diverse landscape structure with sustainable principals and strong identity. The hypothesis is that...
master thesis 2016
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Bruens, C. (author)
This thesis addresses how sustainable stormwater management can play a self-evident role in a trans-disciplinary landscape design process. It will be seen that experts, community and an urban designer are needed in order to explore improvements of the urban drainage system and possibilities for synergies. These synergies will enable stormwater...
master thesis 2016
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