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Stapel, S.R. (author)
Thirty years ago Willem Jan Neutelings graduated on a study of the potential 'Ring Culture' of Antwerp. He saw a zone in the city where mass culture could develop and showcase itself to the public in the verge of the ring road. In Amsterdam, in the year 2017, under the pressure of the massive urban growth and the ambition to realise that growth...
master thesis 2017
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Egarmina, A. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Verni, A. (author)
Focusing on the case of Cyprus, the thesis explores the relationship between urban space and group conflict and the relevance of spatial planning and urban design practices in conflict resolution. –Urban– space is suggested as a prism through which to understand and address the challenges of the contested city. Famagusta, a city on the eastern...
master thesis 2016
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Zhang, X. (author)
The project will explore a comprehensive landscape approach with Dort- mund-Ems-Canal in Mu?nster. By integrating the canal into the context of Mu?nster, I want to gain a applicable strategy to convert the post-navigable canal into a crucial component of the landscape structure in the modern city.
master thesis 2015
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Ten Brink, T. (author)
How to, a landscape architect, design with coastal natural processes? Coastal areas have stronger and more fluctuating natural variables than many sites in more sheltered areas. Understanding the past, present, and future form of these processes will allow the designer to shape a form and program that works with the site-specific...
master thesis 2014
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Chranioti, A. (author)
This diploma thesis explores the Greek planning tradition and practice and its capacity to address the real urgencies of the urban environment and deliver long-term benefits to society and the economy. An overview of recent regeneration proposals is presented in order to investigate the reasons why planning in Greece is said to have weak...
master thesis 2014
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Bobkova, E. (author)
The master thesis explores the possibilities to revitalize derelict industrial territories of Moscow periphery by providing spatial conditions for the mixed-use development.
master thesis 2014
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Deshmukh, A. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Lotfi, B. (author)
Placemaking as a structural tool for the collective end-user to customize the streets; research on the space and guidelines for the Bergweg, Rotterdam Citizen participation has been an important topic within the built environment for quite some time now. In the Netherlands this practice started as panel groups that provided input for the...
master thesis 2014
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Chen, Y. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Open space are not defined their users as the residents in New Belgrade in socialist and market-driven urbanism. So there’s a disconnection between people’s real demands and the space. The portion of landscape architecture will be focused on public interests to make a livable urban environment. An urban landscape framework will be established to...
master thesis 2014
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Forgaci, C. (author)
Bucharest, as many other cities, is a divided city. This urban divide is described here as the result of a dense historic stratification of unfinished urban projects, in terms of current socio-economic processes, and as related to the conflict between the structure of the city and its wider environment. Rather than targeting the less developed...
master thesis 2013
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Bhargava, A. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Rackauskas, I. (author)
This master thesis is a research, planning and design project in the academic field of urbanism. Research is focused on the post-socialist city in transition of which Panevezys is the case study. The main interest of this project is the potentials of transformation from the current transitional state to sustainable structure in the future. With...
master thesis 2013
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Zhang, J. (author)
The project is aimed at using landscape proposals to inspire public participation changing their own living environment in shrinking cities. The strategy shows a landscape urbanism process, works at different scales and provides different possibilities towards a prospective future.
master thesis 2012
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Machedon, E. (author)
This graduation thesis tackles the issue of airport-driven urban development in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area context. Initially planned outside of cities for security and pollution reasons airports are now attracting urban development in their proximity. This development consisting of hotels, office spaces or congress centres is driven by the...
master thesis 2012
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Saddi, V. (author)
The thesis is developed around the concept of the “intermediate city”. In fact, during this precarious phase set by the economical crisis and worsened by the shrinking condition of the city, it is necessary for Rotterdam to work in an “intermediate dimension” in several terms: of scale, time, financing and also location, focussing more on those...
master thesis 2011
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Pisabo, C. (author)
Adieu compact city As stated by Jan Neutelings, in a complex area like the Randstad conurbation the model of compact city based on the romantic polarity between a paradisal Arcadia and a megalomaniac metropolis has long been inadequate for interpreting the reality of the situation. The dissolution of the old European town seems to be...
master thesis 2011
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Fang, A. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Zhang, Y. (author)
This graduate project is called “Freedom VIC for Urban VIC Team”, which is dealing with the Village in the City (VIC) transformation in Shenzhen China, focusing on the transformation of VIC (the “ghetto” area), in Shenzhen’s current society. This project derives from the current situation that there are 251 VICs in the inner city of Shenzhen,...
master thesis 2011
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