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Salomons, Marin (author)
The Netherlands is currently dealing with a housing shortage. Within this housing shortage, there is a specific shortage in suitable elderly housing. With the Reformation of Long-Term Care elderly need to live longer independently at home whereby an explicit appeal is made to the social network of the elderly for the provision of (informal) care...
master thesis 2023
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Haddouti, Mariem (author)
master thesis 2022
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van Os, Rens (author)
This study and design explores the possibilities and opportunities of multi-generational co-living for elderly in need of care, within an ageing society like The Netherlands. Younger and older generations are proven to have mutual benefits with each other; mentally, socially and therefore physically as well. Co-living of elderly together with...
master thesis 2022
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de Gouw, Tjeu (author)
The need for housing is still a relevant problem in the Netherlands, part of this problem is assigned to elderly while they often stay in their current housing situation for a long time and only move when they are in need for housing with additional health care. However, the actual problem, which is also visible in the city of Haarlem is that...
master thesis 2022
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Lê, Veronique (author)
The studio “Designing for Care – towards an inclusive living environment” which focuses on the future perspective for elders in need of care. Aging society, political changes within the healthcare system and the perception towards aging have led to my graduation topic: Bridging the gap – connected by meeting. The cur-rent way of building for...
master thesis 2022
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Salih, Roos (author)
Globally, societies are seeing a long-term rise in the older adult population; by 2050 one in every four persons will be 60 years old or older. For the first time in human history, there will be more senior people than children in the population (WHO, 2018). In the Netherlands, the grey pressure was 34% in 2021. According to population...
master thesis 2022
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Kemp, Ricardo (author)
The number of elderly citizens in the Netherlands is growing, but there is a lack of suitable housing for this population group. Because of this, they occupy larger homes that are more suitable for families with children. Since the average age of no longer having children at home is 55 years in the Netherlands, that is the starting age for this...
master thesis 2022
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Blom, M.M.M. (author)
The Dutch population is aging and therefore the Netherlands requires more capacity in care since this is currently not enough. Living independently as long as possible is a solutionand this solution corresponds to the wishes of elderly. Therefore the purpose of this research is to answer the following question: ‘How can architecture extend...
master thesis 2021
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Jager, Coen (author)
This research is about the meaning of self-reliant living and what the physical environment can bring to improve this, with as main research question;<br/>In what ways can architecture encourage elderly to become more self-reliant. The research is conducted through fieldwork observations and interviews in care home 't Kampje in Loenen aan de...
master thesis 2021
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Gelderblom, Jorn (author)
Background More and more people have to deal with dementia themselves, in their direct or indirect environment. However, this problem is often not part of everyday life in our society. Our living environment is not designed for the increasing dependence of these people and the problems that they daily face remains often behind closed doors. The...
master thesis 2021
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Jellema, Maarten (author)
Society is aging at a rapid phase and the increasing technological possibilities make it possible that a solution or treatment method is found for many life-threatening situations.<br/>As a result, the costs for healthcare have been increasing and because of this the government has decided to close a large number of care homes and thereby...
master thesis 2021
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Jin, Chengpei (author)
The Hell’s Kitchen area should keep its residential character and provide more public function so as to be a stable and active community connecting the waterfront and Midtown CBD in the next decades. However, dull street interface, uneven distribution of vitality, expensive living burden, isolation at home intensified the contradiction between...
master thesis 2020
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Hwang, Han-Sol (author)
The population of the Netherlands is aging. This well-known characteristic of the present-day’s society is caused by multiple factors like low birth rate and improvement of healthcare. Dementia is one of the most common diseases that occurs to aged people. Most people with severe dementia are usually situated in a nursing home where they are...
master thesis 2020
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Verhage, Wouter (author)
Designing for Care: Towards an inclusive living environment for elderly people. The implementation of an elderly network in an existing neighbourhood.
master thesis 2020
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Keupink, jasper (author)
Elderly in the Netherlands today are not all assured of a suitable home for the rest of their lives. Because sooner or later the safe place that you call home isn’t that safe anymore and does not meet the requirements that come with living on an old age. The main causes of this are mobility issues, diseases or the passing away of people close to...
master thesis 2019
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Du, Jingliang (author)
Under the year theme, “Intimate City”, the task was to create “City Rooms” for the city of Antwerp. The method for developing this notion served as a common ground for the whole graduation process. Each of us in the chair chose one specific site to insert our idea of an urban constitution. My site is a private garden located on the street corner...
master thesis 2019
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Cornelissen, Merel (author)
On the Hembrug terrain one can find a variety of buildings and combination of buildings (ensembles). The Changing zone ensemble is located on the Hembrug terrain in Zaandam. The Hembrug terrain was the heart of the military industry in the Netherlands around the twentieth century. It is a very divers ensemble, with different buildings of...
master thesis 2019
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Zheng, Xiangyu (author)
The project is an elderly housing in Heerlen, the Netherlands. Since the elderly are vulnerable to climate change, It's aimed to offer them more options of social interaction by providing suitable climate for different functions. The rich climate hierarchy corresponding to spatial hierarchy is the key. Instead of common interior and exterior...
master thesis 2019
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Yeum, Ken (author)
St. Elisabeth complex is located at the edge of Nieuwstad. The site includes valuable heritages such as Berkelpoort, city wall and tower from the 14th century. However St. Elisabeth building has separated these monuments from the public since 1993, and these cultural assets are not being properly maintained. <br/><br/>Is cultural property...
master thesis 2018
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Blokker, Jeffrey (author)
Our cities in the Netherlands become more dense, and our population increasingly older. This will increase the pressure on our society and care system. This is especially true in relation to the portion of our population that will be diagnosed with dementia, because in 2040 this amount will have doubled. The focus of this research has been how...
master thesis 2018
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