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Znamenskaya, Nadja (author)
Late life depression is a common problem among seniors. It is estimated that up to 25% of people over 75 experience depression. The consequences are not limited to a having a worse mental state, but include a variety of physical comorbidities. Therefore countering late life depression will not only help the individual, but it will also reduce...
master thesis 2023
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Weber, Jil (author)
Due to the numerous problems families with chronically ill and/or disabled (CID) children encounter in their daily lives, taking a break from the ongoing care and worries becomes even more important for them than for “typical” families. However, travelling is related to many more complex difficulties since their sick child is usually reliant on...
master thesis 2023
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Bulatova, Diana (author)
Families of young people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (YAIDD) reported that poor safety, social skills training and the un-readiness of the parents delay YAIDD from becoming autonomous adults. This research is based on literature study, fieldwork, site visits and interviews; and it is aimed to improve Independence, Social...
master thesis 2023
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Atciyurt, Bugra (author)
Despite the predicted increase in the number of dementia patients, the Dutch government has opted against building any extra nursing facilities in the future. Individuals, families, healthcare institutions, and society as a whole may suffer as a result of persons with dementia remaining in their homes or neighborhoods that are unsuitable for...
master thesis 2023
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Kapoor, Rushil (author)
The thesis aims to investigate the role of the built environment with the help of design elements, in promoting mental health among young adults. The study will focus on how architectural design choices can contribute to- wards normalization and de-institutionalisation of mental healthcare facilities for the youth. The academic paper aims to...
master thesis 2023
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Barz, Laszlo (author)
Coinciding with the decline of post-war neighborhoods and the housing shortage in the Netherlands the trend towards individualism and one-person households has emerged since the 1950s. This report investigates the densification and reinvigoration strategies<br/>of these post-war neighborhoods by using co-housing as a strategy. In the past co...
master thesis 2023
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Sykiotis, Angeliki (author)
The driving force for this research was the rising need for additional supported living housing for intellectually disabled adults steering towards their social inclusion; besides all the efforts so far, there is a strong necessity to improve the architectural environment offered to this population.<br/>The study of the relevant literature and...
master thesis 2023
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Potok, Iga (author)
This paper has argued that the absence of inter-generational contact and a deficit of care-taking in communities leads to the societal exclusion of the elderly and increases the development of diseases such as Alzheimer’s, dementia and depression. Dementia is a pressing problem of our time. The number of people with dementia is constantly rising...
master thesis 2023
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Cernăianu, Mihnea (author)
Some researchers claim that the modern landscape of psychiatric treatment is mechanized to approach healing of the patients through the form the chemical treatment (Rhi, 2001). This method does not prove to be efficient for every patient, leaving them in a burdening psychological state. Elements such as holistic practices...
master thesis 2023
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Gürkan Saul, Romina (author)
master thesis 2023
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Love, Taija (author)
The Netherlands is facing a housing crisis emblematic of a global phenomena. The growing intensity of the need for housing cannot meet the development and resource availability. Mass standardised housing contributes to this irrevocable cycle of supply and demand. This project is an investigation into participatory design practices as a method...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Jianing (author)
As part of the studio ‘Designing for Care – towards an Inclusive Living Environment’, which focused on the topics of architectural designs for the elderly, this study specifically aimed at building an open and intimate neighbourhood through connections in answer to the elderly’s urgent problems from aged-related social losses.
master thesis 2022
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Paoletti, Antonio (author), Pasveer, Casper (author), Wallace, Gavin (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Kechene, a district of Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in the Kechene sefer (neighbourhood), that show how human life shapes its environment and vice...
student report 2020
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Hewitson, Alex (author), Míková, Daniela (author), Subačiūtė, Simona (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Gerji, a district of Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in the Gerji neighbourhood, that show how human life shapes its environment and vice versa. This...
student report 2020
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Sou, Son Hei (author), ZHOU, Yuerong (author), Yang, Jie (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Kolfe, a neighbourhood in Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in Kolfe, that show how human life shapes its environment and vice versa. This graphic novel...
student report 2020
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Buondonno, Fabio (author), Cheng, Jinfeng (author), Meko, Yadie (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Summit, a district of Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in Summit, that show how human life shapes its environment and vice versa. This graphic novel not...
student report 2020
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Cassina, Ludovica (author), de Graaf, Wessel (author), Rancati, Cristian (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Mickeyleland, a neighbourhood of Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in the Mickeyleland neighbourhood, that show how human life shapes its environment and...
student report 2020
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