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Lemnawar, Anwar (author)
This thesis explores and analyses the usage of modular architecture and mixed buildings and their role in solving the Dutch housing crisis. The Dutch housing market is in a crisis due to various reasons that can be solved partially in the design process and partially by regulation changes. The mixing of production and living has become more...
master thesis 2023
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Martinez-Millana, Elena (author)
This proposal reviews the 19th-century American feminist Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935) and her influence on Dutch housing during the early 20th century, particularly due to her book Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution (1898). Gilman deplored mistress-servant relations...
conference paper 2023
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Furlong, Craig (author)
Spaces are often tied to either implicit or explicit gender biases. For centuries, in both the Netherland’s and the USA's history, the public realm was envisioned as a space for men while the domestic spaces of a home were predominantly associated with women. However, at the turn of the twentieth century, this dichotomy began to be challenged....
student report 2022
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Vrisekoop, Sophie (author)
This project explores a social housing project from 1979 that is located in the Bijlmer area of Amsterdam and is based upon three main topics; Preservation, Community and Future Proof. <br/>By researching the potential heritage value of the building blocks, conducting specific literature research and by interviewing different stakeholders a...
master thesis 2021
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Obeid, Rebwar (author)
HOPTILLE 2.0, a project aiming to improve the liveability of the neighbourhood Hoptille in Amsterdam. The research is based on literature study of Jane Jacobs and Jan Gehl, as well as, interviews with the residents of the neighbourhood. The main outcomes of the research that were used for the design, focused on the keyword list of Jan Gehl and...
master thesis 2021
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Majeed, Mazeen (author)
According to Dutch Deputy Prime Minister, Kajsa Ollongren, the Netherlands is faced with a massive task of creating one million homes before 2030. Big cities are characterized by the steady sub-urbanization of young middle-class families. Households often leave the city as soon as they want to have children, or shortly after their child is born....
master thesis 2021
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Nurhadi Nugraha, Nurhadi (author)
Clipping Kampung aims to improve the resilience of Hoptille neighbourhood in Amsterdam based on lessons learned from Indonesian Kampung. At least, two main qualities from Kampung that are useful for Hoptille’s resilience problem have been identified: adaptability and transformability. The Kampung has a quality to be more adaptable due to its...
master thesis 2021
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van Leeuwen, Martijn (author)
“In which way can the design of the residential environment contribute to the social self-reliance of young people with a mild intellectual disability?” We are facing a huge challenge in the Netherlands: we have to build up to ‘1 Million Homes’ by 2030. But such a huge assignment raises the question if those new dwellings will be inclusive...
master thesis 2021
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van der Laan, Fija (author)
Keilewijk is a collective housing design for one-parent families in the M4H region in Rotterdam. The M4H is an area where, in the past, heavy dock work was carried out. Space has now been made to expand residential Rotterdam with high-density housing and facilities and to transform the area into a working-living environment. Children and their...
master thesis 2021
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Theijse, Teun (author)
The theme of the Dutch Housing Studio was that of the Inclusive City. So the goal was to improve the inclusivity of the modern city, Rotterdam in this case. The focus of this design project was artists. The research goes into artists and their issues, gentrification and possible strategies to solve those issues. It also delves into historical...
master thesis 2021
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Ferreira Veiga Barros, Ana Luiza (author)
Purpose: The Dutch housing market is under pressure. Shifts on the drivers, structures and economic factors of the residential market are causing the middle-segment to be excluded from it. As a consequence, the middle-segment rental stock needs to increase. Institutional investors are willing to develop middle-segment rental dwellings, but they...
master thesis 2020
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Kraai, Casper (author)
Amsterdam is currently experiencing a period of significant growth, demographically as well as economically. It is becoming more international, more affluent, but also more crowded. In the process, the city's status as 'werelddorp' is changing into that of a metropolis. Such a scale change requires a rethinking of what it means to live and dwell...
master thesis 2020
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Ham, Mandy (author)
My graduation project focuses on zero-waste, in lifestyle and building design. By choosing this graduation topic, I was able to tackle a problem that many cities are facing and will be facing in the future if nothing changes. The stock of natural resources is shrinking, which is caused by our consumerism and throw-away society. Cities are...
master thesis 2020
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Ezink, Jeroen (author)
A living environment designed for elderly people and elderly people with dementia. If the residents, the elderly people, gets dementia they will be able to continue their life in the same, trusted living environment, without moving to other living environments.
master thesis 2020
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van Vliet, Frank (author)
Design for a residential building for the modern family in Amsterdam. The modern family, a diverse target group with a variety of wishes and needs which are not provided by the current housing stock. This project provides housing for this target group which suits their specific needs. Providing a supportive environment for both children and...
master thesis 2020
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van Rijzingen, Max (author)
Families are the center of society. They bring life to the neighborhood and the city as a whole. Children play a crucial role and turn the city from a place of mobility to a space of activity. However, not every child grows up in the social setting we are familiar with. More and more children grow up in a modern type of family in which they need...
master thesis 2020
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van der Putte, Lieve (author)
The shortage of housing stock in The Netherlands is one of the major societal issues at present. It is predominantly the people who want to enter the housing market for the first time, the so-called ‘starters’, who face severe problems due to a lack of stock and suitable dwellings. This problem is manifest in the rental as well as in the owner...
master thesis 2020
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Lie, Christine (author)
master thesis 2019
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Tolboom, Gitta (author)
“A dwelling, residential building and living environment that meets the individual wishes and needs of the inbetweeners” In the Netherlands the percentage of people over 55 years old will increase to 37% in 2040. Furthermore, people are getting older now and in the further. One can easily differ 30 years within this age group, which also...
master thesis 2019
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Fattah, Jino (author)
Cities are attracting people increasingly because of the work opportunities, universities and wide range of facilities. It is estimated that the world population will grow up to 10 billion people by 2050 with the majority living in cities. In Europe 80% of the population will live in cities by that time (Food and Agriculture Organization of the...
master thesis 2019
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