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Valente, Yara (author)
Society is stuck in daily routines, led by social norms and conventions. Often we are unaware of this, while life can be much richter if we would subvert from these routines every once in a while. These routines prevent us from seeing everything that there is. Our expectations need to be subverted.

Usually it is reserved for artists to...
master thesis 2019
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Bolier, Marc (author)
The master graduation project focusses on accelerating the transition towards the circular economy. Specifically it is a design for an intervention on an existing building on the Marineterrein making it into start-up incubator in a way consistent with the thought frame of the Circular economy. The project is a exploration of the role of the...
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Amory, Jelmer (author)
The Marinepassage is a case study design project for circular architecture, using a guidance tool framework for circular buildings. It is located at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam and contains temporary program aimed at stimulating innovative businesses and institutions, enhancing the waterpark area and facilitating events.
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Zheng, Xiangyu (author)
The project is an elderly housing in Heerlen, the Netherlands. Since the elderly are vulnerable to climate change, It's aimed to offer them more options of social interaction by providing suitable climate for different functions. The rich climate hierarchy corresponding to spatial hierarchy is the key. Instead of common interior and exterior...
master thesis 2019
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Zhu, Yuge (author)
One-third of the food produced is wasted while the demand for food is increasing worldwide. The food supply in the consumption phase is not only the last chain but also wastes the most. Yet the majority of residents in the Netherlands have still underestimated this number. Therefore, the design aims at recycling and reusing the food waste on the...
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van Beek, Laura (author)
In contemporary society, a large part of the housing stock for people with autism focuses on living with house mates and in-house support (Berger et al., 2005). It seems, through several extensive questionnaires, that 65% of those individuals seek another housing situation, namely independent housing of some sort (Begeer et al., 2013). Design of...
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Wang, Mengran (author)
Office vacancy is an ever dominant problem in the Netherlands and abroad. While there are still a lot of issues unresolved, we might be overwhelmed with ideas, concepts and suggestions on how to tackle this vacancy. This graduation project tried to give a different perspective on this vacancy by introducing the concept of OPEN BUILDING and link...
master thesis 2019
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Slob, Artuur (author)
This paper examines a new approach to regenerate the neighbourhood Overvecht in Utrecht by tackling some of its problems using a bottom-up strategy. The neighbourhood is approached as a metabolism using a Material Flow Analysis (MFA) and an Urban Political Ecology (UPE) approach. The UPE unveils relational problems while the MFA gives more...
master thesis 2018
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Cowling, Thomas (author)
Refugees that arrive in The Netherlands to seek asylum enter a system that often takes a long time and does not adequately prepare them for life in The Netherlands. The spaces are not built for long term habitation and moving about is commonplace, meaning that no network can be established. Therefore, this graduation project researches and...
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Kropp, Lukas (author)
This research investigates events as an elementary tool to change the physicality of the environment, the perception of the environment and the behaviour of users within an environment. The main research question being, How can an event influence architecture? To find out what an event is, the literature study will focus on the writing of...
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Groenewoud, Stella (author)
The common description of the configuration of stuff in a room, one of order (tidy) and chaos (messy), fails to explain the phenomenon that artifacts create structures around people and activities in a space, with both functional and cognitive properties. This form of organization, that is recognizable on various scale levels, emerges...
master thesis 2018
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op de Beek, Robin (author)
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality have the potential to enhance the capabilities of the architect. This thesis explores the implications of the integration of these technologies intothe architectural design process. It provides a theoretical framework by discussing what VR & AR would mean to the architect’s workflow, and to his workspace...
master thesis 2018
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Rašidkadić, Amela (author)
The Netherlands, like most Western European countries, has dealt with over 94.000 refugee asylum applications since 2014. Although the number of asylum applications have lowered, almost 90% of these asylum seekers have gotten a legal status which allows them to get their own home and become part of the Dutch society. This situation provokes the...
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te Loo, Lex (author)
Imagening a non-stop mixing living environment of co-housing and public program.
master thesis 2018
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Hawezy, Hamon (author)
Assuming that cars in the near future will be fully electrical and capable of driving autonomously with or without any human on board. This resulted in two main topics in the research, architectural changes and ability to add to sustainability of buildings with these future cars. The conclusion was basically that we can reduce uses space of a...
master thesis 2018
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Grivokostopoulos, Haris (author)
Objective of the project is the design of a generic, local-based manufacturing facility, ReFab, which is constructed from salvaged materials and operates through collective effort and interactive cultivation in the employment of refuse as raw material input in advanced production processes. These disposed elements can, if elaborated in proper...
master thesis 2018
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Lazar, Lorena (author)
Following the model of collective farming of the Soviet Union, Romania’s agricultural sector was transformed during communism in Agricultural Cooperatives for Production. In the period 1949 – 1962, the country’s agricultural land was collectivized in such state-owned cooperations. The project ended up failing and leaving the country’s sector of...
master thesis 2018
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Cocchi, Lorenzo (author)
As many other parts of the global south, the built environment of Kullu, an Himalayan valley of Himachal Pradesh (india), will be probably threaten by several types of natural hazards, mainly caused by climate change.
This fact, together with the phenomenon of migration towards the main urban environments, determines a risky and urgent...
master thesis 2018
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Jacobs, Milenka (author)
To revitalise the modern urban public spaces in the war affected areas of Rotterdam, this project uses the concept of 'play'. Play can be an effective method to deal with the diversity of actors that make use of public space today. By creating a common (play) ground - imaginary space in the designprocess; and mysterious interactive experiences...
master thesis 2017
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van den Berg, Max (author)
This paper researches passive design strategies that are applicable within the design of a public building for formal and informal events in the dunes of Texel, the Netherlands. Through research of local climatic conditions and the natural dune habitat, an understanding of the site and context was acquired. The natural context presents a...
master thesis 2017
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