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van Duin, Ted (author)
This paper investigates Corrosia's significance in Dutch architectural history and Almere-Haven's formative years. Utilizing a qualitative approach and primary sources, it delves into Corrosia's historical context, architectural design, and community impact. Designed by Rob Blom van Assendelft and Jan Koning, Corrosia reflects Dutch...
student report 2024
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Waaldijk, Maaike (author)
This graduation project addresses the societal relevance of the increasingly urgent building envelope renovations of Post 65 suburban housing in the light of the necessary improvement of energy performance. The Post 65 aesthetic and spatial identity stands a good chance of being underexposed in the renovation practice because of the lack of...
master thesis 2022
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Louwerens, Cornee (author)
This graduation thesis was executed within the studio New Heritage in which the question was raised whether postmodern architecture can be valued as heritage. Multiple postmodern neighbourhoods suffer from a stigma. Outsiders have a negative image where insiders are much more positive about their neighbourhood. This master thesis focusses on the...
master thesis 2021
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Dragutinovic, Anica (author), Spoormans, L.G.K. (author), Pottgiesser, U. (author)
[Intro] The paper introduces a participatory tool for assessment of the Middle-Class Mass Housing (MCMH) in Europe that was simultaneously applied in two studies, on the two cases New Belgrade (Serbia) and Almere Haven (The Netherlands). The studies were exploring the values, problems and opportunities of these residential neighbourhoods through...
conference paper 2021
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Ruijter, Rada (author)
This thesis studies the reasons why certain areas in the city of Almere Haven are described by inhabitants as 'unliveable' en researches strategies to make them 'liveable'.
master thesis 2020
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Huizinga, Sean (author)
The past generation has built more than all previous generations combined. The houses got bigger, families got smaller and our lifestyle more consuming. Times however have changed so that nowadays we are faced with multiple social problems – such as aging and loneliness – and environmental problems. Living more social and reducing consumption is...
master thesis 2020
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Petit dit de la Roche, Linde (author)
In the city centre of Almere Haven almost 40% of the public space consists out of unattended backside areas with no spatial quality. With an increasing vacancy in the plinth, the dark unattended corners and parking dominate the street view. It is the place where the bedroom windows meet the noisy delivery vans, with in between the back-doors...
master thesis 2020
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Bayram, Ebu (author)
Everywhere in our country there are buildings and neighborhoods that keep history up to date and touch people. They tell stories about where we come from, who we are and how we develop. In the face of major changes in our living environment, heritage offers recognition and gives us something to hold onto, and identity. In addition, monuments and...
master thesis 2020
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Anonymus, N.N. (author)
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