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Papasimakis, Konstantinos (author)
''Post mortem Dystopias'' focuses on the post human condition in the periphery of the City, following the growing trends of automation. In this project, dystopia is understood as subjective term defined every time by place, time, subject and its conditions. It concerns a non linear narration of a possible future history of Chitila, Bucharest,...
master thesis 2019
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Qin, Xiaoyi (author)
master thesis 2017
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Barendse, Nezza (author)
master thesis 2017
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Arlauskas, Mindaugas (author)
Neglected and abandoned places in the contemporary city are typically understood as negative, problematic issues followed by a tendency of straight-forward architectural solutions. Considering such places as a result of accumulating city processes and conceptualizing them as ”cuts’’ in the urban and architectural tissue opens up an unforeseen...
master thesis 2017
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Yang, Yifan (author)
master thesis 2017
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Chew Yuwei, Alvin (author)
The predominant approach in dealing with spaces suspended often involves negative connotations that view these spaces as spaces that ought to be destroyed or avoided without considering the potential positive aspects that lend to the site uniqueness and novelty.<br/><br/>This involves the approach towards designing in a condition of lazier-fare...
master thesis 2017
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Ardeshana, Reena (author)
Moving beyond the borders of the city centre, Bucharest reveals itself as a city of both urban development and decay. Within this fragmented city lies forgotten, isolated and forbidden spaces often being appropriated by groups on the edge of our society. <br/><br/>The issue of decay is often portrayed as a negative quality that should be...
master thesis 2017
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Forgaci, C. (author)
Bucharest, as many other cities, is a divided city. This urban divide is described here as the result of a dense historic stratification of unfinished urban projects, in terms of current socio-economic processes, and as related to the conflict between the structure of the city and its wider environment. Rather than targeting the less developed...
master thesis 2013
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Van Niekerk, E.A.J. (author)
This thesis translates the abstract concept of Metropolitan Agriculture into generic models that can be used as design tools for translating the concept into a spatial design. As an exemplary design case, the concept is implemented and spatially translated in the metropolitan region of Bucharest, Romania.
master thesis 2013
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Bogoescu, M. (author)
Bucharest is an urban palimpsest, its spatial characteristics bearing the trace of all ideological changes within its urban fabric. Its accelerated development in two stages (1850s- 1930s and 1950s-1989) generated a superposition of fragmented urban projects (signs of various stages of modernity) that were never finished. These stages in its...
master thesis 2010
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