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Chen, Y.S. (author)
This project explores the landscape potential of Taiwanese river valley in terms of integrating water and river management with urbanism within the context of a dense environment diversity as well as a highly sensitive and dynamic landscape. Taking one of the most illustrative river basin, Dajia River, the steepest river with the most water...
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Sirbu, I.G. (author)
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Überbacher, A. (author)
This thesis was written in the course of the European Postgraduate Master in Urbanism – Strategies and Design for Cities and Territories (EMU) at the Department of Urbanism in the Faculty of Architecture of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands. The research analyses the spatial condition and the planning system in the...
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Rabello, R.C.C. (author)
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Fecianti, - (author)
Indonesia is projected to be the world 7th largest economy country by 2030. This could be achieved by maximising the utilization of natural resources as well as infrastructure develop¬ment. One example is the infrastructure development of Jakarta with its surrounding metro¬politan area (JABODETABEK). Here, we see a rapid development of logistics...
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Van Rijt, B. (author)
This graduation project is the result of researching problems concerning the growing number of people in the inner city of Amsterdam and this project especially explores the topic stress in the city. The proposed approach is created from thorough analysis of the problem and the location. The places in-between the hotspots is the location where...
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Vink, T.V. (author)
Unregulated development is one of the core problems in post conflict areas. Current rebuilding and city planning face tremendous challenges regulating rapid development of the urban environment and reserving and preserving space for the public domain. The latter one has been often disregarded its importance. It has been found that public space...
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van Doesburg, K. (author)
This study responds to cities in the world focussing more and more on implementing a bicycle infrastructure. The bicycle infrastructure is often envisioned to make the city more attractive for the people (again), however a lot of the criteria to design for the bicycle infrastructure are left vague and (too) open for interpretation as ...
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Ten Brug, L.F. (author)
Double Degree: Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and the Built Environment / Urbanism AND Faculty of Applied Sciences / Science ommunication. Obesity is appointed as a pressing 21st century public health threat by the World health organization. Current sedentary behaviour in Western society is key in fast spread of the obesity epidemic. Children...
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Nap, B.D. (author)
The main products of this graduation are a new pattern language to map difficult/technical interventions in spatial tiles, a GIS model for assessing urban metabolism potentials and restrictions and a new approach for applying urban metabolism measurements on neighbourhood level. A personal motivation for me is the relation between the urban...
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Park, W. (author)
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Mavaracchio, F. (author)
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Mana, R.N. (author)
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Arlianda, R. (author), Nimax, V. (author), Oosterom, M. (author), Wang, W. (author)
Performing extremely well on the Randstad scale, the polycentric model is lacking functional links and complementarity on the AMA scale. In the following pages, we will explain the conclusions that we have drawn from our detailed analysis, reveal the aspects of the AMA that we identified as key issues and explain our method to tackle these...
student report 2017
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Georgali, E. (author), Cardoso Pera Eboli, C. (author), Song, J. (author), Liu, X. (author)
In 2016, 54.5% of the world population was living in urban areas, whereas cities occupied only 2% of the total land. (United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2015). Climate change, inequality, peace and security issues are just some of the factors affecting urban areas and at the same time posing new challenges for urban...
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Azevedo, J.M.F.A. (author)
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Buysschaert, A. (author)
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Suryakant, P. (author)
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van Dijk, F. (author)
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de With, C. (author)
master thesis 2017
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