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Goma Garcia-Ganges, Samuel (author)
Increasing ground prices are displacing the middle class families from Amsterdam. The available housing is either too expensive or simply unfit for families. They are therefore forced by the circumstances to move to the suburbs, away from their job, family and friends in the city. In the process, the city loses valuable middle class workers and...
master thesis 2020
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Teurlings, Nick (author)
This project is motivated by the voices of the Amsterdam artists, for whom it becomes increasingly difficult to live and work in the city. The independent artists, activists, working-class people, among many other low- and mid-income groups who gave Amsterdam its unique, diverse and open character, have been driven out of the city centre for...
master thesis 2020
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van Wijngaarden, Toby (author)
A process of research and design has taken place to understand the problems we face in the present and future to transfer that into a design proposal. The first problem as starting point for the design is the extreme rain periods that causes floods due to climate change. The second problem as starting point for the design is a social problem...
master thesis 2020
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van Boggelen, Jelle (author)
In the research part, the importance of movement and interaction is described. Movement has influence on peoples’ physical health, social health and mental health. This building is designed for the Minervahaven in Amsterdam, especially for empty nesters, which form a very relevant target group nowadays. In the building movement is stimulated by...
master thesis 2020
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Ham, Mandy (author)
My graduation project focuses on zero-waste, in lifestyle and building design. By choosing this graduation topic, I was able to tackle a problem that many cities are facing and will be facing in the future if nothing changes. The stock of natural resources is shrinking, which is caused by our consumerism and throw-away society. Cities are...
master thesis 2020
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van Vliet, Frank (author)
Design for a residential building for the modern family in Amsterdam. The modern family, a diverse target group with a variety of wishes and needs which are not provided by the current housing stock. This project provides housing for this target group which suits their specific needs. Providing a supportive environment for both children and...
master thesis 2020
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Gerbrandij, Robbie (author)
With the population growing worldwide and the ideal number of squared meters used per person increasing, cities such as Amsterdam are facing new expansion challenges; needing more dwellings whilst less buildable space is available. This dichotomy causes several groups of people in our society to move out of the cities. One of these migrating...
master thesis 2019
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Klein Horsman, Maud (author)
In response to the contemporary lifestyle of the Dutch people the Dutch labor market is changing. They want flexible working hours and –spaces which suits their flexible lifestyle. A response to these changes is the arise of the group ‘zzp’ers’. This group exists out of people that carries out work for their own account or risk and who does not...
master thesis 2019
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Walther, Miriam (author)
The problem consists of several main statements. First, Amsterdam brands itself as a creative city. It is true that Amsterdam has one of the biggest creative industries in Europe. Yet, makers are only a marginal group of them and economically disadvantaged although their mentality fits the image that the city wants to create. Also, since the...
master thesis 2019
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Van Den Heuvel, Annika (author)
The Euregio Maas-Rijn can be considered a Polycentric Urban Region (PUR), a region that consists mostly of medium and small-sized cities. The region is divided by three national borders, but the opening of European borders has enabled the region to cooperate more. PUR’s have access to the same level of agglomeration benefits as a single, large...
master thesis 2019
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van Vliet, Reinier (author)
As a result of the vigorous and complex forces of globalization, which continue to increase the connectedness of our global village, tourism and the search for authentic experiences rise. While being aware of the paradoxes that come with authenticity, this co-living building at the Weteringcircuit in Amsterdam provides digital nomads with basic...
master thesis 2019
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Poldermans, Gijs (author)
The city centre of Amsterdam is becoming unaffordable and uninhabitable for its locals. This project features the design for a residential building where social cohesion, liveability and the interaction between tourists and the inhabitants are vocal points.
master thesis 2019
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Faber, Liesbeth (author)
Social housing for refugee families focussing specifically on three aspects: <br/>1. Designing suitable housing for families within the typology of the gallery flat, <br/>2. Designing for refugees: social and spatial needs of this target group <br/>3. The multicultural floor plan: what can different dwelling cultures add to the standard Dutch...
master thesis 2019
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Klaseboer, Stefan (author)
Over the last hundred years cities have sprawled out. Amsterdam despite being one of the denser cities also faced this phenomenon. Today, Amsterdam is very desired by dwellers and it puts the city in a difficult situation. The city can’t expand outwards and need to densify within the city perimeters. However, with the design philosophy of the...
master thesis 2019
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Schuurbiers, Amanda (author)
Nowadays more and more people lose their home due to bad luck, like a divorce, a calamity in their dwelling or economic problems. There is no proper place for these people to go to, so with this design I wanted to make one. <br/>A family with children should be placed as easily as a single person, so flexibility is a mayor issue in this project....
master thesis 2019
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Boumann, Quinten (author)
Amsterdam is like many other cities facing several problems in the coming future. For my graduation project especially two project are important.<br/><br/>Firstly, our food system is under a lot of pressure. Worldwide we are not able to feed the global population. On a smaller scale the population of cities is growing due to urbanization. The...
master thesis 2018
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Parênt, Anne (author)
My graduation project is about how elderly can continue to live independently for as long as possible, even when the demand for care eventually increases. <br/>During the research, the following questions were adressed:<br/>- Which (design) criteria make sure that people do not know when they have to go out for life?<br/>- How can dwellings,...
master thesis 2018
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Timmer, Niels (author)
This master thesis researches the possibilities for affordable housing that can be used for starting entrepreneurs in the inner city of Amsterdam.
master thesis 2017
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Hesterman, Wouter (author)
Woningbouw project in het centrum van Amsterdam, waarbij tuinieren en wonen gecombineerd worden.
master thesis 2017
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de Lange, Mike (author)
Due to the increase of population in Amsterdam in 2040, 40.000 more dwellings are expected to be needed. This prime location, at the Apple Market, is currently unbuilt. The baby-boom in the Netherlands lead to a huge generation which nowadays is turning old. This generation of people are facing an aging peak in the year 2040 and bringing about...
master thesis 2017
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