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Alexandrov, Artem (author)
Engagement with the city in provincial Russia is currently lacking a framework of care for the historical urban fabric. Listed buildings decay with no revitalisation plans made by the municipality or the citizenry. On the other hand, theatre in modern-day Russia is an acknowledged political entity – a pocket of free(er) thinking and civil...
master thesis 2024
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TANG, Keyan (author)
The Colonies of Benevolence, founded in the early 19th century, were a groundbreaking social experiment aimed at addressing poverty and fostering self-sufficiency in the Netherlands. These colonies, comprising agricultural lands and settlements, were designed to provide employment opportunities and housing for the impoverished population while...
master thesis 2023
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Ruiter Kanamori, Ricardo (author)
Through a deep understanding of the social-historical and architectural background of the site, this thesis presents a project proposal for the neighbourhood of Droixhe in Liege, Belgium with the purpose of structuring the multiple layers of complexity the area has. The project focuses on the urban plan of the neighborhood and how through...
master thesis 2023
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Broekhuizen, Koen (author)
Campuses have recently drawn attention from governing organisations in the Netherlands and are identified as promising types of office- and university development on national, regional and company levels (Wiebes, 2019). Millions of dollars are invested in campuses by local and regional governments in order to attract businesses and jobs towards...
master thesis 2023
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Zhang, xinyu (author)
In light of increasing global divisions, it has been questioned whether human beings are able to connect and communicate with each other when encoutering geopolitical conflicts. The author's experiment on this matter and proposal for this project begins with what was once united but is now divided - the Limes, a legacy left from one of the most...
master thesis 2022
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Agbaria, Zahra (author)
Umm Al-Fahem is an Arab city in Israel, a city of social, geographic, historic, and political importance. Once a small village, Umm Al Fahem developed to be the third-largest Arab city in the state of Israel. It endured several hegemony stages of occupation and mandates, which shaped its socio-spatial systems through the years. The social and...
master thesis 2022
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Sanders, Anouk (author)
In the light of climate change and growing urban populations, our cities are under immense pressure. This graduation thesis aims to improve the liveability of pre-war neighbourhoods through the implementation and/or adaption of greenery. Greenery in the urban environment has a whole list of (possible) positive benefits like water drainage,...
master thesis 2022
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Ayoubi, Rashid (author)
This project takes a critical look at the relationship between Willemstad’s quality<br/>of place and the socio-economic, socio-cultural and environmental well-being of its<br/>local population. As a reaction, a set of Urban Design Principles for US (the locals)<br/>are proposed.
master thesis 2021
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van der Blom, Mark (author)
This graduation project deals with the revitalisation of the former V&amp;D department store in Haarlem. The building is transformed into a mixed program, consisting of dwellings and the library of the 21th century. This is not a regular library, on the opposite it is an easily accessible public building which functions as a central meeting...
master thesis 2021
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Witkamp, Alexander (author)
While the department stores are in heavy weather, the need for housing is increasing everyday. Redesigning old department stores to be used as housing is a necessary solution. So how to fit appartments in a large building, that is so unfit to be used for housing in its current condition? While researching the V&amp;D department store in Leiden...
master thesis 2021
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Zaho, Bledi (author)
Located southeast of Albania, the village of Tushemisht is characterised by numerous water springs and freshwater canals emanating from these springs and dispersing through the village creating a network of water lines, and small water basins. Small houses clustered around these water lines, in some cases incorporating water into their...
master thesis 2020
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Symeonidi, M. (author)
The scope of this graduation project is the study of two domains, (1) territorialism and territoriality, (2) contested and conflicted environments. These domains are discussed in relation to spatial planning. The project examines the ongoing conflict in Cyprus as the main case study. Particularly, it studies the manifestations of territorialism...
master thesis 2020
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Shenitzer Schwake, R. (author)
master thesis 2020
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Yu, Seongchul (author)
This project is a renovation project of an old music school in Winterswijk. The Boogie Woogie has played an important cultural role in WInterswijk for a long time. This music school has both values and many problems and the owner of the music school has a management problem of the building because of decreasing the number of students. The...
master thesis 2020
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van Honschoten, Ricky (author)
Capitalism is under siege. As the famous economist and business strategist Michael Porter note. Business practice is overflown with an increasing number of societal and environmental concerns, trumping economic activity and trapping businesses in a vicious cycle in which taking responsibility is repaid with taking even more responsibility. On...
master thesis 2020
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Bodde, Anne Marije (author)
The Syrian civil war has created a large refugee influx in the urban environment of surrounding countries. Half a million of Syrian refugees have settled in the metropolitan area of Istanbul, evoking an ad hoc humanitarian response. This master thesis proposes an interdisciplinary long-term approach, operating at the intersection of humanitarian...
master thesis 2019
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Lau, John (author)
By investigating the High Speed Railway in Hong Kong , (HKXRL), the device described by Steve Graham as a "Glocal Bypass", this project aimed to use the nostagic local elements to reimagine the possibility of "sharing" Highspeed tunnel as an infrastructural connection to revitalise HK Industry - with the support of the global supply of...
master thesis 2017
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