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van den Broek, Nina (author)
Within architecture, design is not always inclusive. This research looks at how a safe space can be developed in Rotterdam, in the neighborhood Coolhaven. To achieve this, a feminist community-based design approach is applied. In this method one designs together with the community, looking at the residents of the neighborhood and what their...
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Oosterheert, Pieter (author)
Relationships between food and space are explored in a peri-urban setting in Zuid-Limburg. Spatial tensions between urban, rural and ecological landscapes are also investigated through an estate design on an agricultural plot.
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Aerts, Victor (author)
Ensuring good living accomodation is a constitutional duty of the government, but there is now a shortage of 300,000 homes. Demand for housing has grown sharply in recent years. In the last two years, the housing market issue has been high on the political agenda again. In it, the issue of starters regarding home ownership occupies a prominent...
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Pavlidou, Stella (author)
In an urban context that needs to be constantly adapted to global crises, population movements, climate change and economic crises, designers and engineers strive to configure solutions that respond to multiple criteria. Within this framework, the concept of generative design is gaining more and more ground in the construction field, allowing...
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Ubbens, Lisa (author)
The Afrikaanderwijk is one of the ‘disadvantaged’ neighborhoods in Rotterdam South. 9,3 percent of the inhabitants of the Afrikaanderwijk is without work. The Afrikaander Coorparation started projects to create new jobs. Partly through the "Right to Challenge" initiative, it has its responsibility to make the Afrikaanderwijk more sustainable...
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Gbaguidi, Camille (author)
At the same time that we’re solving climate change, we are building cities for another 3 billion people until 2050. That’s a doubling of the urban environment. The most extensive of this construction, and especially housing projects for the coming decades, will take place in emergent and developing countries. We, as architects, engineers,...
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Nieuwhoff, Koert (author)
The reuse of secondary materials will be important in achieving a circular built environment. But now, this is challenging since material streams are not synchronized in terms of space and time. Building material hubs, a location where materials are gathered, examined, and momentarily stored before being packed and sent to the building site...
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Stuiver, Tom (author)
Door het grote woningtekort en het dreigende ruimtetekort ontstaat er een groot probleem in Nederland, maar waarom zou de focus alleen op nieuwbouw liggen om dit probleem op te lossen als er ook nog een groot gedeelte van het industrieel erfgoed leeg staat en onbenut blijft? De hoofdvraag is daardoor als volgt: Hoe kan Nederlands industrieel...
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Mulleners, siri (author)
This research thesis explores the transformation potential of different types of shops in the Netherlands. The outcome is a typology, of which one type was developed into a design project.
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Voermans, Pim (author)
Inspired by the Existenzminimum movement of the early 20th century, the feasibility of historic efficient housing concepts is studied. The canvas for this is the renovation design of a post-65 housing complex in Amsterdam. Three concepts reinterpreted into a modern context and applied in the design. The first is a sharing concept with smaller...
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Kuit, Esmee (author)
Living in the deep polders in the deltaic landscape of the Netherlands poses large-scale challenges. Biodiversity decline, weather extremes, sea level rise, salination, the housing crisis, and subsidence affect large parts of the Netherlands. These challenges should be tackled together through the integral question of ‘what does the area need?’...
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Vasilache, Ana (author)
The project proposes a rethinking of what it means to live in a high-density housing estate, wanting to establish how Functionalist Residential Architecture can make its residents feel "At Home". To this end, I propose understanding the differentiation between the concepts of "House" and "Home". Reflecting on the writings of Heidegger, Merleau...
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Feng, Zhenduo (author)
The city itself serves as a stage for major sports events and as a sports space for individual and not organized sports such as running, biking and skateboarding. The scale of sports spaces ranges from large sports parks for professional competition and narrow allies for informal jogging. People’s movement brings energy to urban life while the...
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Ibrahim, Thomas (author)
This research and drawings focus on the recent post-Soviet history of Tbilisi, Georgia and the production of architectural and urban interventions as they coincide with larger political processes (i.e. the collapse of the Soviet Union, the shift to neoliberal economic policies, etc.) and social phenomena (i.e. production of ethno-nationalist...
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Pornpunyalert, Mawee (author)
My thesis ‘Against the grain’ explores the relationship between urban life and food, how architectural invention could reintroduce food activities back to being a part of the urban life. The agenda was inspired by my personal interest in food and how it effects our lives, especially the power of food in placemaking. The topic of food and space,...
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Reijnders, Rianne (author)
Seaweed is a promising potential building material, but so far in 2022, very little market ready seaweed-based building products are available. Because of the success of the sargassum adobe block in Mexico by Omar Vazquez, the potential of a seaweed loam bricks in the Netherlands is researched in this paper, called the seaweed brick. The...
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Reinel, Santiago (author)
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Shopova, Aleksandra (author)
As the Soviet Union's territories spanned across 30 countries, the prefabricated apartment buildings (Panelka) have tattooed numerous cities across Europe.The ideological “leftovers” of the typology, together with their predetermined lifespan, the decaying material state, and the fragmented ownership create difficulties for big-scale...
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Huang, Yu-Ching (author)
As cities densify around the world, the quality of city spaces increasingly shows its importance, influencing citizens’ mental health. Loneliness has become a normal phenomenon in the city along with its development and can affect every person for different reasons and cause serious problems. This research targets Amsterdam and argues why a well...
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Hormesch, Frederic (author)
Maastricht has a long history as an industrial city and used to be well-known for its ceramics, rubber and paper industries. Due to the decline in industrial production, workspaces and industrious activities are leaving the city and are becoming increasingly secluded from the public sphere. With the Studio theme being gleaning, the project is...
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