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Thyagarajan, Bhavna (author)
This Graduation project is an attempt to
understand how a “human dimension” approach to
landscape architecture can become a tool to invent
spaces for our future cities and to design spaces of
inclusion.
master thesis 2017
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Costantini, Gaila (author)
When planning a new intervention in the city with a complex and sometimes violent past, such as Sarajevo, the aspect of time is particularly important. The blooming of a landscape has not the same speed of the fast-changing urban conditions. There is an absence of synchronization. Agriculture and agricultural practices help shortening this gap,...
master thesis 2017
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Kalogeropoulou, Nadia (author)
The development of the landscape around the national border, a usually “unreachable” space due to mentality issues and practical difficulties, is the subject of this graduation project. Enhancing inner connections, literally and symbolically, has been the key to preserve and celebrate the unique qualities of the borderland. A combination of...
master thesis 2017
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Sunderland, S.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Chen, Y. (author)
This project explores the way of developing a better green infrastructure for Toronto to meet the needs of active aging. Regarding the senior population as umbrella species, the green infrastructure is thus defined as a green matrix consists of path, edge and corridor. Each component is designed according to its design principles made by author...
master thesis 2016
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Lyubimova, T. (author)
Thesis project is developed within the framework of the Flowscapes studio. It follows the strategy of a research by design. It explores solutions to the problems of urban fragmentation, lack of coherence and identity of urban environment from the perspective of landscape architecture. Authentic landscape is chosen as a hypothetical initial...
master thesis 2016
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Koukouvelou, A. (author)
Bridges are both landscape and infrastructure elements. Looking through the eyes of a landscape architect, bridges become a continuation of the landscape; a manmade action that heals the misconnections of the landscape. The problematique of infrastructure as a type of landscape and connecting element is a crucial topic which influences the...
master thesis 2016
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Ottevanger, E. (author)
Not any element describes the cultural identity better the Netherlands better than water. Who takes a look at the maps of Netherland spread through the centuries, realizes how structuring the water is for the Delta. The Dutch don’t panic when there is a large storm flood or when the riverbanks are flooded again. They deal with the water...
master thesis 2016
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Sun, X. (author)
With the fast cars flows, the street is like an unbridgeable gap, feels nervous and dangerous to cross. The other one without any cars feels more friendly, enjoyable and free to walk or stay. People are trapped in the car oriented cities.Not only the traffic problems but also other problems of environment and greens.The thesis is planning and...
master thesis 2016
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Haug, D.C. (author)
The dysfunctional and canalized rain water stream "Elprom" in Varna, Bulgaria is causing environmental and social risks in its immediate surrounding (water shed) but also causes wider consequences. Thus the aim is to turn a problematic stream into a benefit for the city and its inhabitants with an inegrated+landscape based approach. By doing so...
master thesis 2016
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Shao, S. (author)
The theme of the landscape architecture graduation lab is “Flowscape”. It states the landscape infrastructure is not only a technical structure but also a carrier of natural and urban processes. It is proposed to solve the environmental problems and adapt to the surroundings as well as providing the appropriate environmental conditions for the...
master thesis 2016
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Mena Lalama, E. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Trachana, E. (author)
What is the relationship between landscape and agriculture? How can agriculture contibute to the development of the landscape? This research aims to investigate the power of agriculture over landscape form. The research goals are the creation of a diverse landscape structure with sustainable principals and strong identity. The hypothesis is that...
master thesis 2016
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Tomassen, M.W.L. (author)
The bombings of the second World War left devastated cities all over Germany. With the rebuilding of these cities new modernistic ideas were used. This has led to problems in the cities of today. Mannheim is one of these typical cities that knows the problems. Cars dominating the streets, a lack of human scale and bad public spaces are some of...
master thesis 2016
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Oskam, P.Y. (author)
The project concerns a minimal spatial design that re-invents the watersystem in South-Holland by connecting waterways with roads through social use. The water system of Holland functions not only as a very imporant structure to keep our feet dry, as well as a vital transport organ and recreational layer. Because of the developments in the past...
master thesis 2016
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Appleton, J. (author), Boas, J. (author), Chen, L. (author), Coskun, F. (author), Droge, J.P. (author), Hartman, N. (author), Jansen, S. (author), Kuijpers, P. (author), Le, J. (author), Scheltema, A. (author), Tran, L. (author), Wolters, E. (author)
Foresea is the result of course 'AR0148 - landscape architecture ON site' 2016, initiated by the section Landscape Architecture at the faculty of Architecture. Central aim of this course is to express the given site in a project at the interface between landscape architecture and landscape art, which will be performed during the Oerol festival...
student report 2016
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De Louw, R.M.J.G. (author)
The city is a cultural object. It is a place where social life reflects the values and habits of communities. Every city is characterized by centralities and marginalities, with specific socio-spatial concentrations of maximum significance, while others lack in value. The political landscape of Eastern Europe has dramatically changed over the...
master thesis 2015
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Ten Brink, T. (author)
How to, a landscape architect, design with coastal natural processes? Coastal areas have stronger and more fluctuating natural variables than many sites in more sheltered areas. Understanding the past, present, and future form of these processes will allow the designer to shape a form and program that works with the site-specific...
master thesis 2014
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Open space are not defined their users as the residents in New Belgrade in socialist and market-driven urbanism. So there’s a disconnection between people’s real demands and the space. The portion of landscape architecture will be focused on public interests to make a livable urban environment. An urban landscape framework will be established to...
master thesis 2014
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