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Wang, Kwan-Lin (author)
The building environment has high energy consumption and carbon emission which contributes to the rapid climate change. The changing climate condition not only impacts the natural environment but also our habitation. To improve the building performance in both energy and indoor comfort, performance-based design is commonly applied in...
master thesis 2022
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Jiang, Lincheng (author)
Design of elderly care buildings like nursing homes usually looks for balances between the livability for residents and the circulation efficiency for staffs and workers. Losing the balance between these two has the potential of either dissatisfying residents, uncomfortable living experiences, or causing low efficiency in operations, which might...
master thesis 2020
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Huijgen, Rolf (author)
The amount of startups in the Netherlands is growing, but yet the likelihood of a startup succeeding remains the same. Startup Incubators tremendously increase the startups odds of surviving by training them the ins and outs of starting a business. Proper networking, sharing experience or sharing knowledge if you will is a crucial aspect that...
master thesis 2018
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Veugelers, Olly (author)
Nowadays it is more desirable for daylight to be the prevalent form of lighting in most types of buildings. However, there has been concern about introducing daylight to sports halls since the design of traditional sports halls has tended to exclude natural light. If one looks at the vast majority of sports halls in the Netherlands where...
master thesis 2018
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