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Goldsteen, Winnie (author)
The evolution of human civilization, entwined with food, traces our development from hunters to settlers and now to a globalized food network. Carolyn Steel's 'sitopia' theory underscores the connection between place and sustenance. Brazil, a key player in the global food industry, paradoxically grapples with high inequality despite abundant...
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Versteegen, Robin (author)
The growing number of dementia patients in the Netherlands has many consequences. Many people with early stage dementia live at home and are cared for by relatives. This creates a lot of pressure and stress for both the patient and the informal caregiver. A well-known and popular solution to this problem is farm-based day care, which is...
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Znamenskaya, Nadja (author)
Late life depression is a common problem among seniors. It is estimated that up to 25% of people over 75 experience depression. The consequences are not limited to a having a worse mental state, but include a variety of physical comorbidities. Therefore countering late life depression will not only help the individual, but it will also reduce...
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Bulatova, Diana (author)
Families of young people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (YAIDD) reported that poor safety, social skills training and the un-readiness of the parents delay YAIDD from becoming autonomous adults. This research is based on literature study, fieldwork, site visits and interviews; and it is aimed to improve Independence, Social...
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Kapoor, Rushil (author)
The thesis aims to investigate the role of the built environment with the help of design elements, in promoting mental health among young adults. The study will focus on how architectural design choices can contribute to- wards normalization and de-institutionalisation of mental healthcare facilities for the youth. The academic paper aims to...
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Barz, Laszlo (author)
Coinciding with the decline of post-war neighborhoods and the housing shortage in the Netherlands the trend towards individualism and one-person households has emerged since the 1950s. This report investigates the densification and reinvigoration strategies<br/>of these post-war neighborhoods by using co-housing as a strategy. In the past co...
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Kalkhoven, Thijs (author)
Psychiatric clinics where patients live are only used when the patient cannot<br/>live on their own anymore. Stays are kept as short as possible and patients are<br/>stimulated to reintegrate and live on their own again (GGZ Noord-Holland-<br/>Noord, n.d.). For patients with the prospect of moving out again, this now often<br/>fails, because the...
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Alsaadi, Ryama (author)
The Home of Art aims to bring creativity back to Keilehaven, creating a direct link to the rich history of the area’s innovative, cultural, and creative aspects. The project adjoins a mixed program of living, working, creating, and producing within its building layers. The architectural qualities applied in the Home of Art address the socio,...
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van Gorkom, Iris (author)
Sharing in the built environment is a practice that takes place on different levels. In this design and research, these different levels are explored and an ideal condition for sharing is designed in the M4H area.
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Potok, Iga (author)
This paper has argued that the absence of inter-generational contact and a deficit of care-taking in communities leads to the societal exclusion of the elderly and increases the development of diseases such as Alzheimer’s, dementia and depression. Dementia is a pressing problem of our time. The number of people with dementia is constantly rising...
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Knoppert, Jordy (author)
This master thesis is about health in the build environment focused on the occupant’s health in their own home. Dou to the increasing research about physical health and mental well-being it is getting clearer what is needed to create a healthy home. However, our homes are not becoming healthier. This is mainly because people do not know or...
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de Vette, Nikita (author)
Dementia is a familiar brain disorder, generally seen as a disease of the elderly and care homes are designed as such. However, also people between 30 and 65 can get dementia, called Young Onset Dementia and are overlooked now in architecture. Due to the different life stage in which the disease occurs, these mainstream facilities do not fit...
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Cernăianu, Mihnea (author)
Some researchers claim that the modern landscape of psychiatric treatment is mechanized to approach healing of the patients through the form the chemical treatment (Rhi, 2001). This method does not prove to be efficient for every patient, leaving them in a burdening psychological state. Elements such as holistic practices...
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Stuiver, Tom (author)
Loneliness and social isolation amongst elderly is becoming an oppressing problem and could even cause dementia over time. A worrying omen, especially when the growing dementia figures in the Netherlands are taken into consideration. A problem which is even more opressing due to the current- and future shortage of financial funding, healthcare...
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Koçak, Ruveyda (author)
JOY deals with the social segregration between the older and younger generation. How to join the older generation with the younger generation by creating an intergenerational living environment that offers opportunities for social interaction within the living environment.
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Klein Kranenbarg, Kyra (author)
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Wagemaker, Jordy (author)
Bridge the gap is a project that shows how with flexibility and energy neutrality existing and upcoming office vacancy can be successfully transformed. This all in cooperation with the Open Building ideology where the current building process is questioned and a spot early-on in the building process is reserved for the residents. With the use of...
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Neuteboom, Mark (author)
This thesis focusses on the influence of the built environment on the stigma of elderly. Stigma and assumptions over past care concepts influence care giving and age-exclusion, which create a misconception of the current state of care facilities. This misconception limits the possibility of an inclusive built environment for the elderly. The...
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Troć, Aleksandra Joanna (author)
Ageing of the population is one of the most significant changes taking place in the population of the Netherlands, that will affect the dwelling design in the coming decades. This is also reflected by other phenomenon: together with the higher life expectancy, the quality of the lifetime deteriorates, of which the leading cause are chronic...
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Abels, Coen (author)
An investigation into the disconnection between humans and nature. And a search for meaningfull architectural interventions to improve the human nature relationship.
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