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Kirschstein, Alex (author)
Urban Paraphrasis imagines urban transformation through the potential of localized material re-use and the capacities of citizen empowerment in the context of Maastricht’s Sphinxkwartier. The project presents an alternative civic center that is built with reclaimed materials from an abandoned clay factory, engages a local community of squatters,...
master thesis 2022
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Ng, Ming Shan (author), Hall, Daniel M. (author), Schmailzl, Marc (author), Linner, Thomas (author), Bock, Thomas (author)
As use of digital fabrication increases in architecture, engineering and construction, the industry seeks appropriate management and processes to enable the adoption during the design/planning phase. Many enablers have been identified across various studies; however, a comprehensive synthesis defining the enablers of design for digital...
review 2022
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Wang, Yanchen (author)
Barakholka, one of the largest bazaars in Central Asia, is<br/>in the collision between tradition and modernity. Guided by actor-network theory, the project's research reveals the heterogeneity of activity networks in bazaars and the importance of logistics networks and infrastructure for trade activities. The project is about designing an...
master thesis 2021
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Lei, Jimmy (author)
Today’s land grabs are a continuation of past imperialist desires, with a clear distinction that today’s capitalist domination is associated with the transnationalisation of the class structure and ignores the ethnicity and civility narratives of the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. This investigation will establish that the desire of the...
master thesis 2019
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van der Wagen, Wytske (author), Pieters, W. (author)
Victims are often conceptualized as single, human and static entities with certain risk factors that make them more vulnerable and attractive for offenders. This framework is challenged by emerging forms of high-tech cybercrime, such as ransomware, botnets and virtual theft, in which the offender targets a composite of human, technical and...
journal article 2018
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Junier, S.J. (author)
The thesis deals with the use of computer software to inform policy planners in the context of debates about evidence based policy making and the role of experts and expertise in policy planning. Specifically it analyses the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive (WFD) in the Netherlands and the development of a decision...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Peters, T. (author)
Differences in interpretation occur in everyday life. In projects, a set of requirements is developed to achieve a defined goal. Specifying these requirements may establish consensus on how to turn requirements into a preferred solution. However, this consensus achieved cannot hold. We argue that the perceptions, or ‘Modes’ actors have also...
master thesis 2016
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Ertsen, M.W. (author)
In the first half of the 20th century, colonial rulers, a British firm and Sudanese farmers changed the Gezira Plain in Sudan into a large-scale irrigated cotton scheme. Gezira continues to be in use up to date. Its story shows how the abstract concept 'development' is shaped through the agency of humans and non-humans alike in government...
journal article 2016
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Marskamp, M. (author)
While network perspectives in housing studies have gained currency over the last decade, research looking at the actor-networks of housing management is limited. This is remarkable given the recognition for actor-network theory (Latour, 2005) in the related fields of urban studies (Farías and Bender, 2010) and planning theory (De Roo et al.,...
master thesis 2014
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Van den Berg, R.P. (author)
A corporate brand is a complex construct, which might be difficult to manage because of a lack of insight into the network of relevant influencers. Sense Observation Systems (Sense) is a small software company developing software that helps users to get information from the sensor data of their telephones. Sense is aware of the possible threats...
master thesis 2014
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Silberberger, J. (author), Strebel, I. (author), Tränkle, P. (author)
While research on architectural competitions can be considered a well-established field nowadays, research on the transition between the competition procedure and the subsequent project phase remains fragmentary. The paper at hand aims at addressing this gap. Standing in the tradition of actor-network theory (Callon 1986; Law and John 2004;...
conference paper 2014
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Theodorou, M. (author)
On the occasion of the Athens 2004 Olympics the Hellenic Ministry of Culture supported the launching of an open international architecture competition on Ephemeral Structures in the City of Athens (Athens D.O.E.S.) under the auspices of the International Union of Architects (UIA). The competition was organized in the context of the Cultural...
conference paper 2014
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