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Tulp, Emma (author)
The scarcity of resources is increasing, resulting in the transformation of entire regions. People take a lot of the resources on Earth for granted. This calls for a transition from the current ‘throw-away’-economy to a ‘circular’ economy. The constant circulation of materials and products in this type of system preserves the value of materials....
master thesis 2024
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Steenbergen, Emy (author)
The complex relationship between humans and the natural world is still visible in 2023s urban planning: a city is a place for humans, and nature gives space to all non-human species. The anthropocentric perspective within the urban environment puts humans above non-human nature. This is also the case within urban renewal in the Netherlands,...
master thesis 2024
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Hartmeyer, Lea (author)
The Anthropocene necessitates us to rethink the way in which care for and take care of the world we are part of. To acknowledge our entanglement with biotic and abiotic beings, but also our dominance over them and with that our responsibility for them. Employing this notion of responsibility, as well as care thinking as critical concepts for the...
master thesis 2023
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Wiersma, Jolt (author)
The performance of a city is dependent on the performance of its infrastructure. As a result, the surface-level world is inseparable from the subsurface world. However, cities around the world are facing a shortage of available space both aboveground and belowground. The existing urban fabric has over time become unfit for the addition of new...
master thesis 2023
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Charilaou, Andria (author)
The thesis aims to unveil and challenge institutionalized gender hierarchical relations between the military and women in conflict environments. It critically examines the military as an institution inherently intertwined with conflict in periods of war and during periods of conflict. The thesis argues that the military plays a significant role...
master thesis 2023
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Schouls, Margot (author)
In the last few decades, income inequality has globally grown. Over two-thirds of the urban population lives in cities where the income gap has widened. Especially in urban areas this has resulted in socio-spatial segregation.<br/>This is also visible in Vlissingen, a coastal city in the Netherlands. The differences between residential...
master thesis 2023
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van Ommen, Isabel (author)
This research and design project explores the use of the Pattern Language method to transform Moluccan neighbourhoods in the Netherlands into inclusive areas while enhancing their cultural heritage. The study focuses on the Moluccan neighbourhood in Barneveld for renovation and the Lloydkade in Rotterdam as a site for creating new places of...
master thesis 2023
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Petter, Lilly (author)
The constant manipulation of the Dutch delta system and the resulting creation of hard borders between the natural river landscape, the harbor and the city has led to a destabilized delta system(Hein, 2021; Meyer et al., 2015). The spatial and ecological challenges resulting from population growth and the resulting urban growth, as well as...
master thesis 2023
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van Engelshoven, Samuel (author)
The river Rhine is Europe’s economic powerhouse. Without the Rhine, the Ruhr area and the port of Rotterdam wouldn’t have developed into the economically leading industrial regions they are today. The economic power of the Rhine comes forward from the ability of humans to control the river. By rectifying and canalizing the river and constructing...
master thesis 2022
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Yan, Kefei (author)
De Wallen is the most famous and valuable urban area for showing the body and carnal desire under the circumstance of the society going on the way of spectacle. After years of regulation, overtourism and discipline, now the over-concerntrated prostitution windows have caused both social and environmental pressure in a small historical...
master thesis 2022
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Beijer, Floris (author)
Throughout humanity, we have told each other stories to explain the world around us. Stories of myths, folklore and legends, used to connect us with our physical environment, their objects, events and processes. Nowadays we mostly use scientific stories to explore our landscape.<br/> <br/>In landscape architecture we also use scientific stories...
master thesis 2022
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Brands, Ivo (author)
The increasing popularity of the city of Rotterdam has resulted in a number of spatial and ecological challenges. Public space is already scarce north of the Nieuwe Maas, with demand increasing due to densification, and the large amount of paved surface results in heat stress. Despite harbour functions having shifted from the city centre towards...
master thesis 2022
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Boerendonk, Anne-Mieke (author)
Housing sites are urgently needed and one location that has been designated for this purpose is the Zuidplaspolder. The Zuidplas municipality would like to retain the village character of the existing villages, as it is highly valued by the inhabitants. It has therefore been decided to build a fifth village in the polder, instead of expanding...
master thesis 2021
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den Ouden, Floor (author)
Urban shrinkage, as predicted for Schouwen-Duiveland, leads to a less attractive living environment and is seen as a burden rather than a potential, often resulting in an aim for unrealistic growth. The recommended context-specific approach is spatially underdeveloped and takes too little account of the distant future. This project therefore...
master thesis 2021
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van den Broek, Jort (author)
Adequate housing has long been considered a basic human right. Trends of globalisation, financialisation and urbanisation are oppressing this right. Social housing is neglected by authorities and stigmatised by society. Local, low-income residents are dispossessed and displaced, and social housing is close to disappearance. London has become a...
master thesis 2021
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van Rijn, Susanne (author)
In the entire European Region over 80% of the adolescents are not active enough (WHO, 2019b). Physical activity can be seen as an essential component of human health as it can contribute to reducing the risk at several diseases, such as diabetes, depression, and several types of cancer (World Health Organization, 2010, p.10)...
master thesis 2020
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Jiang, Ming (author)
As the city of Arnhem and other area developed. The precious vision of the estates are narrowing because of some reasons. The most important reason is the ‘visual obstacles’. The city developed with high rises, the high rises block some of the visual channel that belonged to the estate. Like the park Sonsbeek, the house can see the river Ijssel...
master thesis 2020
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Wu, Wu (author)
The Pearl River Delta (PRD), as one of the fastest developing deltas in terms of land expansion and urban development in the world, is facing serious challenges related to Urban expansion &amp; densification, urban flooding, and identity crisis. The objective of this research is to design a landscape framework and explore adaptive design...
master thesis 2020
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Jorritsma, Linde (author)
Biodiversity in the Netherlands has been under alarming pressure for many years. Historical drivers of biodiversity loss have been agriculture and urbanization, through causing environmental pressure, loss of natural habitat and fragmentation of habitat for numerous species and ecosystems (PBL, 2014). Pressure on...
master thesis 2020
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Rooze, Daan (author)
The purpose of this thesis is to conduct research on increasing flood resilience and, albeit to a lesser extent, drought resilience of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America. Focusing on the Orleans Lakeside sub-basin, this project builds on previous work through a joint design-engineering approach. This project seeks to address two...
master thesis 2020
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