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Taweel, Baan (author)
"What if the dikes were to break? How can we then live with the water in the most beautiful way?" The Netherlands has a long history of battling against the water. It is high time to embrace the water in a new vision for the Netherlands called "PLAN B: Future waterscapes."<br/><br/>“PLAN B: Future waterscapes” is a utopian vision, building upon...
master thesis 2024
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van den Boomen, Venne (author)
We live in a world of constant change, driven by human activities that have had an unprecedented impact on our planet’s geology and ecosystems, fundamentally reshaping environments worldwide. Coastal environments, with their complex land-sea, human-nature interactions, are among the most fragile and are constantly under the influence of natural...
master thesis 2024
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Zhang, Zhiyun (author)
Linpan is a unique traditional rural landscape, mainly found on the plains of western Sichuan, China. It is known for its traditional agricultural practices, characterized by a harmonious coexistence between people and nature. The traditional architecture, festivals, lifestyles and the interdependence between human and nature can definitely be...
master thesis 2023
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Braz Del Giglio, Denise (author), Kuiters, Timon (author), Koolhaas, Wessel (author), Pavlou, Katerina (author), Rybak, Małgorzata (author), Stappers, Jonas (author), Verheij, Maarten (author), Xanthopoulos, Giorgos (author), Yu, Jun (author)
This booklet is the attempt to synthesize the work developed by a multidisciplinary group of Master students from TU-Delft during the Landscape elective course OnSite. The course revolves around the design and the construction of a temporary project in a landscape setting, preceded by extensive exploration of the site. During the course, the...
student report 2023
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TANG, Keyan (author)
The Colonies of Benevolence, founded in the early 19th century, were a groundbreaking social experiment aimed at addressing poverty and fostering self-sufficiency in the Netherlands. These colonies, comprising agricultural lands and settlements, were designed to provide employment opportunities and housing for the impoverished population while...
master thesis 2023
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van Halsema, Jantine (author)
Over the past decade, within many fields, there has been growing interest in thoughts and theories from the commons. In commons theory, the conceptualisation of something as a commons, is a way in which a common resource can be protected from enclosure, overexploitation or neglect by connecting it to a community which uses, manages and (re...
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Kalligeri Skentzou, Anna (author)
The beginning of the 21st century is defined by geopolitical tensions around resources, an expected shortage of fossil fuel resources and the emerging climate crisis, amplifying the urgency of the transition to renewable energy sources. This energy transition has been at the forefront of public discussion, framed by the 2016 Paris Agreement and...
master thesis 2023
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Credendino, Giordana (author)
In the past decade, many discussions on the need to reduce our carbon footprint have led the EU to open a public discourse on the applicability of high speed railroad travels within the continent. But spatial plans regarding the implementation of said infrastructure are lacking and the topic of emerging railroad technologies has not surfaced in...
master thesis 2023
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Huijboom, Hilde (author)
The River Nile has been a lifeline for northeastern Africa for thousands of years, supporting the growth of civilization, agriculture, and trade. The history of the Nile can be traced back to ancient times. The fertile banks of the Nile have supported the civilization of the ancient Egyptians. Since Egypt received almost no rain, the ancient...
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Beckker, Annelieke (author)
The Haagse Beemden in Breda is a neighbourhood that is designed towards the concept of the ‘’inverse town planning’’. In this concept, the underlying landscape structures the layout of the neighbourhood, resulting in an urban area with the landscape at its core. In the case of the Haagse Beemden this means that the neighbourhood was built around...
master thesis 2023
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van den Wijngaard, Tom (author)
Urban populations are rising all over the world. According to the United Nations 60% of global populations is projected to live in urban area’s by 2030. The formation of the urban heat island effect (UHI) and it’s impact on human health and well-being by the increase of heat stress in hard surfaced urban area’s has been described and measured by...
master thesis 2023
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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...
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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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Bechmann, Clarissa (author)
The graduation project within the field of Urbanism investigates the impact of urban environments on personal and ecological well-being, with a focus on the decreasing quality of life in cities due to the diminishing urban green spaces resulting from growing urbanisation and densification. Moreover, the project highlights the importance of...
master thesis 2023
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JIANG, XINJIAN (author)
The Wadden Sea is a unique and ecologically important coastal region<br/>in the southeastern North Sea, stretching along the coasts of Denmark,<br/>Germany, and the Netherlands. It is known for its vast tidal flats, salt<br/>marshes, and barrier islands, forming a dynamic and constantly changing<br/>landscape, creating rich biodiversity.<br/><br...
master thesis 2023
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Li, Irene (author)
The Wadden Sea region is characterized as a diverse and contradictory area. On the one hand, it stands as the largest intertidal area globally, supporting a rich and diverse flora and fauna habitat showcasing nature’s power and allure. On the other hand, it is a landscape shaped by human habitation and extensive transformations, including...
master thesis 2023
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Gorokhova, Anna (author)
The Wadden Sea Region spans the Dutch, German, and Denmark coasts, creating one of the most culturally and environmentally rich areas, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage in 2009 (Centre, U. W. H, 2009). The natural and cultural value of the heritage site possesses unique features and characteristics that are important to preserve for future...
master thesis 2023
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Han, Ailin (author)
The urban heat island effect refers to increased temperatures in highly developed urban areas and has negative impact for human activities and the social environment. This project aims to address this effect by integrating urban forests into the cityscape, while enhancing the living experience of residents.<br/><br/>The project focuses on...
master thesis 2023
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Stam, Kari (author)
Before you lies the graduation project ‘Tree-Ways for Water Issues’. This project is made within the Urban Forestry Lab as part of the Flowscapes Graduation Studio of the master track Landscape Architecture at the TU Delft. <br/><br/>This graduation project for Zwolle investigates how the revision of the tree and blue structure, necessary for...
master thesis 2023
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Qiu, Jiaqi (author)
The Pearl River Delta region, where the author of this project grew up, has been a source of inspiration due to the devastating impacts of natural disasters such as flooding, hurricanes, and storms on the limited freshwater resources in the area. Water is a crucial necessity for the inhabitants of the PRD, but the complexity of the water system,...
master thesis 2023
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