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Swart, Anjes (author)
This master’s thesis investigates the concepts of biophilic design, a concept that believes that the build environment can bring people and nature closer together, positively influencing both. After investigating the architectural expression of biophilic design, they are implemented in a design. The design of a library and theater brings back...
master thesis 2024
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Lefosse, D.C. (author), van Timmeren, A. (author), Ratti, Carlo (author)
In response to socio-ecological challenges, cities around the world are implementing greenification and urban forestry. While these strategies contribute to reducing the ecological footprint, they often overlook various social implications. This explains the increasing global attention to Biophilia, which emphasizes human–nature interaction to...
journal article 2023
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Hietbrink, Cedric (author)
The term biophilia and its implementations in architecture have since its popularisation in 1984 gained in popularity throughout the world. This research attempts to find how this has taken shape in the Netherlands by answering the research question: How has public opinion in the Netherlands shaped the influence of Biophilia on architecture in...
student report 2022
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Vrijhof, Michaël (author)
From a biological perspective, I have researched how our bodies have evolved in the biosphere for millions of years and therefore we are wired to have an incredibly rich diet of sensory stimuli. I have distinguished some of our intrinsic needs, and accompanied them with the latest design tools from the field of environmental psychology and neuro...
master thesis 2021
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Willemsen, Eva (author)
Many large cities in the world have an unhealthy stressful urban climate: air pollution, lack of water retention, lack of biodiversity, urban heat island effects, etc. There is also a lack of space in the urban environment and predictions are that urbanisation and densification will increase (United Nations, 2007). Urban green is regarded as big...
master thesis 2018
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Işik, Firat (author)
There is a rich history of mankind’s relation with nature which is still used as a framework in today’s architecture. The framework is built on the fact modern structures are still able to awaken emotions from the past. In ancient times survival has been different compared to modern times. Man survived with whatever it could gather in the direct...
master thesis 2018
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Trevia, F.G. (author)
The work of my thesis represents the last phase of the GRIP project, a Governmental/Philips co-founded project which has been running for one year and a half before the beginning of this final stage in February 2013. The project involves several organizations such as TUDelft, TU/Eindhoven, Design Academy, Philips, Geestelijke Gezondheidszorg...
master thesis 2013
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