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Rancati, Cristian (author)
As Sennett states, vernacular urbanism is looking for ways in which new forms can emerge from the old ones but still being related to them. in the same way this thesis work tries to combine today's necessities of an expanding city like Addis Ababa with the identity and the historical values of its historical city center.
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Goma Garcia-Ganges, Samuel (author)
Increasing ground prices are displacing the middle class families from Amsterdam. The available housing is either too expensive or simply unfit for families. They are therefore forced by the circumstances to move to the suburbs, away from their job, family and friends in the city. In the process, the city loses valuable middle class workers and...
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Kaniuk, Marta (author)
The Netherlands is facing the problem of shortage of suitable housing. Predictions warn about the need of additional million houses for 2030. The rising number of immigrants arriving to the dutch capital city forced the municipality of Amsterdam to prepare a vision for Havenstad 2050 - a development of industrial areas for the residential...
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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...
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Breman, Mark (author)
<br/>Loneliness has become a growing problem in the city of Amsterdam. It is<br/>not a new phenomenon, but due to better understanding of the topic and therefore knowing it’s dangers better, the urge to do something about it grows. Nevertheless, loneliness is a complex issue. This is because feeling lonely is<br/>a subjective feeling. In...
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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...
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Paoletti, Antonio (author), Pasveer, Casper (author), Wallace, Gavin (author)
This graphic novel is the result of a micro-ethnographic research to Kechene, a district of Addis Ababa. Using graphic techniques borrowed from the architecture discipline, this graphic novel aims at bringing together representations of everyday life in the Kechene sefer (neighbourhood), that show how human life shapes its environment and vice...
student report 2020
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de Wringer, Karianne (author)
Nowadays, we are back to square one, elderly live independently for longer and are forced to be more self-reliant again, just like they were before the Second World War, before the emergency law of Willem Drees. The traditional welfare state is changing into a participation society. In 2013 King Willem-Alexander stated: “Everyone who is able, is...
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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.
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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...
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Mulleners, bas (author)
This building focuses on living together and creating a community for the Expats in Amsterdam. By creating units that include smaller residential communities with transition zones for private-, community- and public life in the city. The building attempts to provide a stimulus for the emergence of a more tangible new community. Housing...
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Kruijer, Wout (author)
The growing population in urban areas around the world puts tremendous stress on natural resources. In India, the urban population has increased form 18 percent to 34 percent of the total population between 1960 and 2017 and is expected to exceed the rural population at the end of 2040. The growing urban population will putt stress on the...
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Buondonno, Fabio (author), Paoletti, Antonio (author), Rancati, Cristian (author), Yang, Jie (author)
This research booklet brings together a selection of data and spatial analysis of dwelling types and housing policies and programmes in Ethiopia – in general – with a particular focus on the case of Addis Ababa. This booklet uses historical iconography, archival research and a selection of bibliographic references, to produce a wide range of...
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Hadi, Shirin (author)
The first interactions of the child with its environment can already have long-lasting impacts on its worldview (weltanschauung) and psychoanalytical state. This makes the architecture of housing, especially in poor regions, such as Nalasopara in Mumbai, a critical key point for the development of the next generations. However, after the...
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Riches, Matthew (author)
One of the most striking things bout the city of Mumbai, and more specifically Nalasopara, is the conflict visible between the formal and informal natures of the city. In a city where informal work and precarious lifestyles, are becoming ever more common, with currently 81% of india’s ecmonmy in the informal sector, the systems used to house...
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de la Torre Renteria, Jose (author)
In many of the processes of urban renewal the Social Space produced by the inhabitants of the existing communities is often overlooked. The project makes a claim for the recognition of this "type of space" and further develops strategies so that the built form can be adaptable and open to the constant production and reproduction of Social Space....
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Lie, Christine (author)
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Gerbrandij, Robbie (author)
With the population growing worldwide and the ideal number of squared meters used per person increasing, cities such as Amsterdam are facing new expansion challenges; needing more dwellings whilst less buildable space is available. This dichotomy causes several groups of people in our society to move out of the cities. One of these migrating...
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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.
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Chan, Samantha (author)
The project is about designing and constructing a flexible timber high-rise building that adapts to future needs with completely open plans and high degree of pre-fabricability. It aims at being easily erected and taken down and rebuilt after it passes the 10 years of temporal use at Marineterrein Amsterdam; user-wise, it aims at being easily...
master thesis 2019
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