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van der Steeg, R.M. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Ailincai, I. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Wolthoff, H.T. (author)
Emptiness of retail floor space is a well known phenomenon in todays real life. In this thesis a programmatic intervention is suggested of how to reorganise the retail function of the city centre of Hengelo in order to diminish the amout of emptiness. Next to this new program typologies are introduced for the location so also suggestions are...
master thesis 2015
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Chandra, T. (author)
City-on-Demand is a technology, it gathers the demand of commuter (public transport or walking) and urban residents (public spaces) and interprets the spatial requirement and changes the city’s infrastructure accordingly. Thus creating a real-time dynamic system of demand and supply. Making a city smarter by having a demand based supply chain...
master thesis 2015
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Nicolai, E.A.M. (author)
Nowadays various Dutch cities have a very programmatic arrangement in which sport and activity structures often are situated at the borders of the city, along highways and railroads, as mono-functional complexes and stand-alone islands enclosed by greenery. The graduation project 'Sport in Public Space' is a design research that looks for ways...
master thesis 2015
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Van Eijk, S. (author)
Gated Anonymity vs Ungated Community Overcoming social, functional and physical borders through strategic spatial planning in Baishizhou, China.
master thesis 2014
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Rodionova, A. (author)
The planning intention of many post-war urban areas was to create quiet and harmonious, healthy dwelling areas for mostly working class families. However, unpredicted effects such as safety issues (crime and feeling of being unsafe in public spaces) started to take place in many of these areas just a few years after realization (Van Wegen and...
master thesis 2014
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Van der Burgt, L.M. (author)
Urban design and planning is a profession that requires looking at different scale levels and how these interact with each other. Urban designers or planners often try to connect different areas with each other because they believe that this makes the connected areas stronger. This connection on the large scale is made by large-scale...
master thesis 2014
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Angkotta, Y.T. (author)
A railway station is one of the most important elements of modern cities. The station is of vital importance to shops and other economic functions in the city centre because of the constant flow of people going in and out of the city. At present, many Dutch cities saw the necessity of redeveloping their railway station environments. Every...
master thesis 2013
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Ikhayanti, A. (author)
This project is a combination of urban design, strategic urban planning and water protection in the coastal urban area of Scheveningen Haven. It focuses on tourism development, water defence, accessibility and spatial quality. Hence, the main goal of this project is to design Scheveningen Haven as a safe, accessible, attractive and lively...
master thesis 2012
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Ye, Y. (author)
China turned to the Open-Policy in 1978 and began its rapid urbanization process. To handle the urgent demand from working migration and reduce the problems triggered by congestion in mega cities, decentralization and new towns are widely accepted by Chinese urbanists and politicians. However, new towns in China lost their urbanity in the...
master thesis 2012
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Li, L. (author)
The aim of this thesis is to improve the central station area in Xi'an, China, by crossing the barrier of railway, the busy road and the city wall, to connect the two sides that having specific identities in different parts.
master thesis 2012
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Van Vuurde, L.A. (author)
master thesis 2012
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Li, L. (author)
This paper discusses the Transit-Oriented Development used in the process of regenerating the historical center, based on the research of the development and the achievements in TOD of different cities in the past twenty years. The TOD has already showed the potential in regenerating historical centers. But considering the facts of Chinese...
master thesis 2012
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Tamerus, E. (author)
The main objective of this graduation project is developing a regeneration plan for the downtown area of Hoofddorp to improve the connection between railway station and town centre for pedestrians. The design will be developed on three levels, which are connected to three urban planning themes: - Urban regeneration; - Route between railway...
master thesis 2012
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Villerius, W.A. (author)
This graduation project is a practical research on the way light can be used within the urban context to create vital environments during 24 hours of the day. The connection of the lighting design with the urban design is explored with the goal of integration and regeneration of a disconnected area in the inner city of Brussels.
master thesis 2012
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Neves, A. (author)
Abstract – ‘As one station planner stated, the list of cities that are relevant in Europe nowadays equals the list of cities included in the HST network; this may not be entirely true in fact, but it is increasingly the way things are perceived, which makes it a reality in effect.’ (Trip, 2007). The high speed train links main city centers from...
master thesis 2012
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Oort, E.N. (author)
Africa has the potential to be the world's breadbasket, however the continent's fundamental problem is that it has invested relatively little in agriculture and in developing its rural infrastructure. Ghana (West-Africa) is no exception to this. Ghana's Northern Region is identified as breadbasket area, but sufficient transportation lacks....
master thesis 2011
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Ulloa, C. (author)
This thesis explores the links between the concepts of Transit Oriented Development and urban regeneration, studying the design variables for the creation of high quality urban environments in station areas and the spin off effects of station area developments on the existing urban context. Two lines of works are defined in this research, a...
master thesis 2011
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Lam, H.M. (author)
Within Dutch cities the railway area has become a prominent area. It has become an intermediate area between the historical city centre and the expansion neighbourhoods. Even though the railway station has a strong position within the city, the large railway body generally creates a spatial, physical and social barrier between differen parts of...
master thesis 2011
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