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Kalkhoven, Thijs (author)
Psychiatric clinics where patients live are only used when the patient cannot<br/>live on their own anymore. Stays are kept as short as possible and patients are<br/>stimulated to reintegrate and live on their own again (GGZ Noord-Holland-<br/>Noord, n.d.). For patients with the prospect of moving out again, this now often<br/>fails, because the...
master thesis 2023
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Urban, Marcin (author)
This paper fills in the research gap about understanding to what extent does commercial co-living match user preferences of young adults in The Netherlands. The existing literature primarily focuses on analysing user choices, while this study examines the revealed preferences of young adults specifically regarding co-living arrangements. By...
master thesis 2023
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Shahoud, Basma (author)
<br/>Co-Dwell is a project that emphasizes the co-living and co-working model as means for social cohabitation between Dutch starters and newcomers in Rotterdam as a multicultural city. It concentrates on smoothening the integration process of newcomers through involvement with the local community. The intention is to create an environment where...
master thesis 2022
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El Otmani, Chahrazad (author)
The number of solo-dwellers is a rising trend in the Netherlands. While living alone is not a new phenomenon, the proportions of solo-dwellers have made this a significant demographic group. According to ABF Research, the total number of households in the Netherlands in 2020 is 8,02 million with 3,11 million solo-dwellers. In 2050 the total...
master thesis 2022
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AL Assadi, Moaaz (author)
The housing market in The Netherlands is under pressure, especially in big cities such as Rotterdam. The housing shortage situation is not going to be solved overnight. This creates cramps in the housing market, increases the housing prices to beyond what people can afford, which causes in particular young professionals to fall between two...
master thesis 2021
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Determann, Pepijn (author)
The protagonist of this work is the rightless, displaced person - a population of individuals in transition, hidden like a shadow in the contemporary city. Departing from the active oppression of this considerable group from the fabric of the city and the ways in which architecture contributes to enclosing or dividing populations, this work...
master thesis 2021
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Blok, Milou (author)
The outcome of constantly striving for economic growth and making a profit has led to a city in which every building is seen as a product. Power, ownership, and mass tourism are taking over the city, exacerbating the housing shortage and making the housing prices rise to an unprecedented height. As a result, inhabitants are being pushed out of...
master thesis 2021
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Bohn, Antonia (author)
The inclusive living environment in Delft Tanthof brings together Elderly with other generations, offers places to interact with each other on different scales, provides flexible structures to create a future-proof neighbourhood and offers a large amount of variety and options to accomodate different residents.
master thesis 2021
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Ruijs, Fleurtje (author)
Transform is the keyword for the situation we are in. The climate is changing and we do to. Our needs change every day, and we like the change. We like the transformation, because that is life. We search for goals. Goals that help us to become something we always wanted to be. This year was all about learning and evolving and I enjoyed every...
master thesis 2021
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Chernyshova, Daryna (author)
The project is focused on combating loneliness in single-person households. Concepts of cohousing and coliving are chosen to research the topic to meet the requirements of modern solo dwellers.
master thesis 2021
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Marciniak, Szymon (author)
The master thesis focused on the exploration of shared-living models in relation to use of circular economy principles within the architectural design of housing. Case study of the implementation of researched strategies on the scale of a neighbourhood located on post-industrial site of Suiker Unie Terrein in Groningen.
master thesis 2020
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Enzio Pozzi, Leonardo (author)
The Individual household will represent almost 75% of the household increase in the Netherlands in the coming years. This lead to an increase in the sense of isolation among citizens of all ages. Therefore, there is the urge of housing, specifically designed for this target group, which avoid isolation and foster social interaction. Additionally...
master thesis 2020
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Schipper, Winde (author)
Amsterdam has to deal with housing shortages, there is a need for smaller and affordable houses, especially for people working in the city: keyworkers.<br/>Simultaneously, the co-living building I designed, stimulates<br/>social interaction and sharing of spaces and other utensils for its residents.
master thesis 2019
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Bouwman, Marijn (author)
The amount of elderly will increase in the future and elderly homes were abolished by the government due to cutbacks in 2012. There is no room for the target group that is too good for the nursing home and too bad for home care. In this Graduation Studio ‘Designing for Care I will anser the following question, ‘What kind of buildings and...
master thesis 2019
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Piszcz, Dagmara (author)
The Amsterdam is currently facing a housing crisis, which, especially in the center, is party caused with people moving to Amsterdam of short period of time. The temporariness of housing will be even more present in the future. The researched characteristics of year 2100 will be globalization, fast transportation, flexibility in terms of work...
master thesis 2019
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van Vliet, Reinier (author)
As a result of the vigorous and complex forces of globalization, which continue to increase the connectedness of our global village, tourism and the search for authentic experiences rise. While being aware of the paradoxes that come with authenticity, this co-living building at the Weteringcircuit in Amsterdam provides digital nomads with basic...
master thesis 2019
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Rissik, Lisanne (author)
The worldwide urbanization is resulting in increasingly densified urban areas, aiming for the development of more space efficient cities. The increase of urban inhabitants, also in the Netherlands, has put vast pressure on the demand of housing in the city. Mainly affected by the Dutch housing crisis are young and elderly people looking for mid...
master thesis 2019
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Jackson, Gustaf (author)
Proposal for a new neighbourhood in the city of Eindhoven, with a particular focus on one of its residential blocks.<br/><br/>This thesis challenges the overly-simplistic (and economically-driven) responses to urban loneliness offered by convenience-oriented modes of co-living, and responds with a workable alternative that seeks to embed a more...
master thesis 2018
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Buśko, Adam (author)
This project is an attempt to transform a former military base Marineterrein, located in the center of Amsterdam into a Community of Innovation. Based on the research Home in digital age. Apartments for young innovators.<br/>The focus lies on transforming two existing buildings of technical education facility for soldiers into a working and...
master thesis 2017
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