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Thijssen, Pebbles (author)
Research about the covered river Senne in Brussels. This former river seems to be invisible, but this research shows that this former industrial river still lives in the city (within the architecture and the urban structure). What can a revitalization of this covered river mean? And how does architecture relate to this revitalized space?
master thesis 2020
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Stańczak, M. (author)
According to the World Migration Report 2015, published by the International Organisation for Migration, 62% of the people of Brussels are foreign-born or of foreign descent. That makes Brussels the second most diverse city in the world. The heterogeneity of the city of Brussels can be witnessed on the different levels such as class, culture,...
master thesis 2020
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Yang, Lin (author)
Brussels has a complex political background and social texture. The existing administrative centre does not meet the demands of 1700 employees anymore. The city centre is going to build a new city hall-the Brucity, and move 1700 staffs from the old administrate centre- Muntcentrum. While the Brucity is an enormous volume breaking the urban...
master thesis 2020
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Huang, Luna (author)
Brussels will build a new administrative building in the city centre, which will provide new residences for approximately 1,700 government employees. With the expansion of Brussels' urbanization, the decrease in air quality has gradually attracted people's attention. The project hopes to form an ecological corridor by planting oak trees in some...
master thesis 2020
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van der Drift, B. (author)
The essence of the program and of its articulation resides in the duality which exists between the plinth of the block and the tower. The plinth volume, of a pedestrian scale, dedicated to the productive city and the community facilities, forms a base for the existing building. Small scale production spaces which surround a courtyard, construct...
master thesis 2020
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Schiesaro, G. (author)
The project developed as a continuous effort to define the idea of spolia. A term that surpasses the re-appropriation of material becoming an active approach to architecture becoming an attitude towards the city and the landscape in the consciousness that a deep relation is established between the forms and the culture that generate these forms....
master thesis 2020
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Rutkūnaitė, G. (author)
The street is a complex socio-physical network that reveals various layers of life in a city: its historical setting, planning, political and economic situation, and cultural mentality. Studying such complexities of social life is important in order to understand the constantly changing identity of space. In the face of globalization, cities are...
master thesis 2020
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van Roij, N.J.A. (author)
The project is set in a fragmented neighbourhood called Cureghem in the south-west of Brussels. The newspapers often portray the neighbourhood as poorly developed with low living standards. The project considers that spatial transformation is only acceptable if it responds to current-day social and spatial issues. In the urban design of the...
master thesis 2020
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Phan, T. (author)
Our society is expanding and in response to this, cities are undergoing transformations. The pluralism of an individualized society, relating to one’s own needs and desires, is perceptible in the way we dwell in the city. However, this doesn’t mean that a larger cohesive (social) structure isn’t essential. Indeed, Brussels, the capital of the...
master thesis 2020
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Ruigrok, L.J.M. (author)
The graduation project Modern Agora is about the design for a new city administration in Brussels. The design is critiquing and responding to the already in construction BruCity project, which centralizes all the 10 departments with 1700 city employees. Brussels is the capital of Belgium and at the same time that of the European Union, which...
master thesis 2020
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Zhang, S. (author)
The project is a rethinking of the political building. It presents itself as an public infrastructure open to the city and citizens, in terms of its form, facade and relationship to the surroundings. Collective public life and democracy of the space are more addressed in the project.
master thesis 2020
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Brockhoff, N.R. (author)
For my graduation project, I aimed to explore the way in which the new economy of reusing existing building materials or complete structures can be used in a large building project such as the new town hall in Brussels and how it can serve as an exemplar to its surroundings. The project entails the appropriation of an existing corporate office...
master thesis 2020
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Qi, Meihui (author)
The graduation project “The palace” expands upon the notion of designing "City hall of Brussels." The studio raises questions on the relationship between the public realm and political space. It led our in-depth study of various forms of the town halls and public buildings that have evolved throughout history. It questions the nature of ...
master thesis 2020
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Vos, J.C. (author)
The city of Brussels wishes to realise a new administrative building centrally located within the city’s pentagon. Brussels, being the capital city of both Belgium and the European Union, is considered a heterogeneous city, consisting of 183 nationalities. This heterogeneity becomes a defining characteristic of the metropolis, however a variety...
master thesis 2020
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Spaargaren, Claudia (author)
You are almost at your holiday destination. The ‘fasten your seatbelt’ sign just turned on and the plane started descending. After landing it is time to get out of this confined space, but all the other passengers are thinking the same thing. Everyone stands in the aisle, trying to get their hand luggage out of the overhead bin and exit the...
master thesis 2018
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Thyagarajan, Bhavna (author)
This Graduation project is an attempt to<br/>understand how a “human dimension” approach to<br/>landscape architecture can become a tool to invent<br/>spaces for our future cities and to design spaces of<br/>inclusion.
master thesis 2017
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Kuipers, Vera (author)
This graduation project focuses on the opportunities within democracy to overcome inequality on social, economic and political aspects. The opportunities will be focused on changes within public space. The research will start with an investigation of the starting point of the project. Then, the methodology used to come to the research results...
master thesis 2017
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Knufman, R.M. (author)
The research for the design project started after studying the context of the city Brussels. During our studio group work it became apparent that Brussels is a highly fragmented city on different levels. The main research took a direction to search for techniques and tools that I could use in order to design in such a fragmented context. I...
master thesis 2013
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Barendregt, J. (author)
The question of dealing with public & private zoning, and especially that area where the two meet, is one of the fundamental questions in architecture. In this project, this area has an important role, both functional and metaphorical. The European Union knows a big gap between the people and the political power. The EU is democratic in theory,...
master thesis 2013
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Odijk, K.E.B. (author)
An European collective Artist in residence in the heart of the European Capital, Brussels. Oppose to the European quarter the city of Brussels is in need of a counterweight to balance the city for once more. A new urban injection of European culture will transform the South midi station district into a vivacious public and touristic area....
master thesis 2012
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