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Tao, Ronnie (author)
My project starts from the city Berlin. After visiting the site in Friedrichshain, I found that people who lived there were not satisfied with the food-eating space nearby throughout my interviews. They said that even though there were some restaurants, the community was lack of diverse food space, and they were willing to go to the West Berlin...
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Ooijevaar, Jasmijn (author)
'The Scarred City', the theme of the Urban Architecture graduation studio in 2022/2023. This location-based studio started with Droixhe/Bressoux, a troublesome and difficult area in Liège (Belgium), as the overarching project site. Starting with fieldwork and participatory research into the hidden social structures of Bressoux and Droixhe and...
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Hogervorst, Thomas (author)
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Jacobs, Gijs (author)
Berlin’s history of oppression gives it an interesting role in the development in European thought. In this project, that history is recontextualised through the story of electronic dance music (EDM) and used as a basis for an alternative approach to both old &amp; new potential models of society.<br/>The project attempts to create the...
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Wiewióra, Kaja Monika (author)
The purpose of my graduation project, “BREAD AND WINE. Celebrating multi-ethnicity through food” is to investigate the role the celebration of food in human culture and to analyse its potential contribution to fighting discrimination and creating a sense of belonging in diverse neighborhoods. The topic focuses on how the cultural and social...
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Kopan, Yaren (author)
"The proclivity to unrest and 'culture of conflict' can be linked, in part, to Berlin residents' characteristic tough, combative physiognomy and how they have imagined and represented themselves and their city over time" (Davis, 2007). Berlin has witnessed conflicts on various fronts, including politics, social issues, economics, and culture,...
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Ren, Ye (author)
The public condenser is a response to a social group, a meeting place for people to relax and socialize, creating a culture that brings people together. It should be inclusive and encourage the coexistence of different users in the space. At the same time, the public space is a place where users can carry out not only planned activities but also...
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Kok, Daan (author)
In light of the current discussion in architecture regarding healthcare, we often disregard the qualities of “old-fashioned” healthcare buildings.<br/>In the neighbourhood of Droixhe, Liege, this is no different. The site used to be inhabited by a thriving healthcare residence named ‘Les Murlais’, however, its thoughtless demolition erased not...
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Besteman, Chantal (author)
This architectural project focused on designing a public building that challenges societal norms surrounding sex, desire, and gender. The goal is to create a space for open dialogue and exploration of diverse sexualities and boundaries, fostering understanding and respect. By acting as mediators between different perspectives, public buildings...
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Granata, Rosalie (author)
As an introduction to this project its core is hereafter highlighted. The project aims to design a public condenser. This public condenser should focus on the Commons and therefore has to be designed for a community, providing collective resources needed in their society.<br/><br/>PROBLEM STATEMENT<br/><br/>Defining the focus group or community...
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van Embden Spanjaard, Arnon (author)
This thesis project investigates the potential of the 'creative condenser' within the context of Berlin as an approach to the ‘public condenser’, a term introduced by the board of the Public Building graduation studio within the MSc Architecture track at Delft University of Technology.
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Sarikaya, Hatice (author)
An architect should deal with social and political problems. Nowadays, politicians have the power to "solve" common problems. However, how reliable is a politician, or a journalist in the society? The choice of this Studio consists in exploring how a "Public Building" functions differently from how we are used to seeing it. An alternative model,...
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Abbassi, Annasophie (author)
Problem statement <br/>Friendrichshain consists of variety of contrast, diversity, and multiplicity regarding architecture, functions, gentrification, atmospheres, users, and cultures. This multiplicity gives a unique quality to the area. Berlin has a history of migration and has been experiencing a high refugee inflow in recent years. After...
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Bain, Kayla (author)
The importance of this project is to make a creative center in Berlin, Germany that supports all forms of creative expression. A Potluck Creative Center will add space for creative ambitions and give communal enjoyment (value), to the neighborhood. A condenser for all informal creative forms, where persons who practice different forms can teach,...
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Sheryl Si Kim Gek, Sheryl (author)
The building aims to use water to address issues on two levels. Firstly, on a local level, it is a public condenser aiming to provide family resources and water recreation activities that are lacking in the neighbourhood of Friedrichshain, Berlin. Single child families make up for the majority of households in Berlin which leaves the bulk of...
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Sterry, Max (author)
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Dobran, Vlad (author)
The turmoil history of Berlin is a history of clashes between ideologies. This created a divided city not only from an architectural point of view but also from a socio-political background. The initial fieldwork research in Friedrichshain (and in Berlin as a whole) has shown diverse people with different and sometimes extremely opposing...
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van der Moolen, Iris (author)
All places change over time; however, the extent and availability of alternatives are essential. Friedrichshain is an example of a neighbourhood where the transition to a high-income society can have significant consequences for low-income and elderly, who have fewer choices and fewer opportunities to travel for recreation and socialising. <br/>...
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Kok, Rutger (author)
An architect should not only design spaces and functions, but he or she can bring architecture to another level whereby the architecture itself can influence the environment and their people, such as health conditions, (safety) feelings, behaviour and productivity. Within the contemporary architecture, buildings are mostly designed for our...
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Ipek, Esra (author)
Gentrification is a controversial process where lower-income neighborhoods are transformed into affluent areas through the arrival of higher-income residents and development efforts. Friedrichshain in Berlin serves as a prominent example of this phenomenon. Since the 1990s, the neighborhood has attracted artists and young professionals, causing...
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