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van Kampen, Kimberley (author)
Children with disabilities (CwD) experience many barriers decreasing their quality of life and hindering their development. Child therapists support CwD and parents of children with disabilities (PCwD) to participate in daily activities. However, the child therapists indicated to be missing the practical tools to also facilitate inclusive...
master thesis 2024
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Mispelblom Beijer, Juerd (author)
This project develops a novel assistive technology for aiding in mobility of the Visually Impaired in collaboration with Royal Visio. This technology provides VIPs with a dynamic tactile map of their environment to improve spatial awareness. The aim is to improve overview, wayfinding and orientation, while also improving the overall mobility...
master thesis 2024
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Kloosterman, Nienke (author)
While migration is a megatrend and Germany is known as the top host country, the process of getting refuge in Germany is still a long, demanding, and overcomplicated process. By approaching the permanent but fluctuating influx of displaced people as a temporary problem, migration doesn’t have a recognizable face in Berlin’s cityscape, but is...
master thesis 2024
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Ghorbani Moghadam, Rojin (author)
This thesis explores the challenges faced by students with vision impairment in accessing visual educational content, with the goal of designing an inclusive tool to enhance their learning experience. Adopting a human-centered design approach backed with value-sensitive design, the research methodology combined qualitative and quantitative...
master thesis 2023
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Paszek, Wiktoria (author)
master thesis 2023
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Groeninx van Zoelen, Annekee (author)
With the worldwide biodiversity decline and cities that should adapt to climate change, rewilding the built environment to restore biodiversity and increase the degree of natural areas is necessary. Yet, there is currently no established overview of potential rewilding strategies for urban environments. This study explores various opportunities...
master thesis 2023
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de Jong, Dana (author)
Our society is becoming increasingly aware of the necessity of inclusion. However, some individuals are frequently not heard or understood and, therefore, not (yet) included in design projects and designs. Designing inclusively requires a good understanding of the abilities and experiences of a diverse group of people to strive for an inclusive...
master thesis 2023
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de Jong, Jannine (author)
The world is changing, and the impact of climate change is becoming increasingly apparent. in our daily lives. The need for people to change their unsustainable behaviours is clear, particularly in vulnerable neighbourhoods where the effects of climate change are most pronounced. Not only are environmental vulnerabilities being exposed within...
master thesis 2023
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Schlüter, Konrad (author)
The loss of global biodiversity poses a significant threat to ecosystems and human well-being. The growth of cities has played a substantial role in the 70% decline in global biodiversity since 1970. This decline can be attributed to the failure of cities to balance their rapid land take with the preservation or creation of urban vegetation. The...
master thesis 2023
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Cozma, Nicoleta (author)
This thesis explores the potentialities of neo-gothic churches’ preservation and redesign in order to re-connect people and nature. It aims to identify elements of neo-gothic churches that are compatible with a biophilic and nature-inclusive mindset. At the same time, it reflects upon incompatibilities and how these can be overcome in order to...
master thesis 2023
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Luu, Nancy (author)
For this graduation thesis, the goal is to design a backpack that is suitable for fast hiking with women specific sizes, features, and accessories. The selection for the design of a backpack for female hikers was chosen because current backpacks on the market are designed with men in mind therefore, female users experience more issues with...
master thesis 2023
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van der Jagt, Lotte (author)
Imagine going to a bar to meet your friends. When you arrive you try to spot them in a room filled with people, but your view is blurred which disables you from recognizing your friends. How would this make you feel? People that are blind or have low vision (PBLV) are all around us and can be found in any context of life. Just like sighted...
master thesis 2023
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Rensman, Cynthia (author)
Although not widely known, The Hague emerged as one of the most impaired cities in the Netherlands after World War II (Mellink, Saal & Van Schuppen, 2017). Bombings on Statenkwartier and Bezuidenhout left part of the city in ashes (Van Der Boom, 1995; Verbaan, 2011), but also the construction of the Atlantikwall left its marks on the urban...
master thesis 2023
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Janssen, Guy (author)
The application of vertical greening systems (VGS) onto building envelopes constitutes an innovative way to implement more green in the living environment. Especially in dense urban areas, where only limited space is available to integrate more horizontal greening at ground level, VGS have the potential to contribute towards creating a greener,...
master thesis 2023
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Drijver, Marloes (author)
This graduation project explores emotional attachment toward nature in the city of Faro, Portugal. A photographic walking tour had been used as a participatory method to identify values and attributes that are related to the community’s emotional attachment. The research resulted in a values-based redesign of two former warehouses at the...
master thesis 2023
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Mulder, K.B. (author), Lubelli, B. (author), Dijkhuis, Edwin (author)
Walls overgrown with plants can have a positive impact on urban comfort and contribute to biodiversity in the city. In particular, quay walls, thanks to their close contact with water, have the potential to be ecologically engineered to encourage the growth of herbaceous plants. Different factors can affect growth of vegetation on walls. This...
journal article 2023
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Wertheim-Heck, Sigrid (author), Romero Herrera, N.A. (author)
This Special Issue is preoccupied with the question: ‘How can citizens play an active role in co-creating sustainable food systems?’. The issue presents four distinct empirical research studies that explore participatory actions, co-creation and citizen science in moving towards more sustainable urban food systems at the intersection of...
contribution to periodical 2023
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Gutiérrez Martínez, Jorge (author), Bezner, Maor (author), Molenkamp, A. (author), van den Bos, J.P. (author), Hofland, Bas (author), Leblanc, Philippe (author), Rella, Andrew (author), Rosenberg, Yaeli (author), Sella, Ido (author)
ECOncrete®‘s Coastalock is an ecologically designed armour unit, providing an alternative and/or a complement to traditional armour layers with ecologically enhanced armouring that provides shoreline stabilization, while also creating well-defined local ecosystems that mimic natural rock pools. The 2D physical model tests performed at TU Delft...
conference paper 2023
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Fei, Yongqing (author)
This thesis takes an inclusive design approach to understand the mismatches between people with visual impairment (PVIs) and the current payment infrastructure in the Netherlands. The research applies existing Inclusive Design and general UX design methods to the context of payment to reveal latent user needs and co-design solutions. Design for...
master thesis 2022
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Streng, Jolien (author)
The project is situated in the Sphinxkwartier in Maastricht, positioned in-between <br/>the inner city and the urban hinterlands. Underneath the fast pace of the city and factory, nature moves slowly, cascading down from the lock at the Maas river towards the fortification park, ever growing through the cracks.This project for an open air school...
master thesis 2022
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