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Barth, H. (author)
A new intervention has been placed in the suburbs of Bogotá. This new design aims to fight the monotony of large infrastructural arteries running through the city, whilst connecting two neighbourhoods and reclaiming space for the pedestrian. A network of pedestrian bridges connect the scattered brick towers and together with the adjacent park...
master thesis 2016
Makri, A. (author)
Finding one's way in complex indoor settings can be a quite stressful and time-consuming task, especially for users unfamiliar with the environment. There have been several different approaches to provide wayfinding assistance in order to guide a person from a starting point to a destination, ranging from traditional maps and signposting systems...
master thesis 2015
Bruggeling, C.R. (author)
This booklet studies the possibilities of the design of public spaces, in the light of two influential theories by Kevin Lynch and Gordon Cullen, published in the beginning of the 1960’s. They focus on the design of the public space in relation to the experience of the city users. Yet again and again these theories are referred to, even in...
master thesis 2013