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Meng, Wanting (author)
Ageing is a serious problem all around the world, making lots of countries under fiscal and political pressures (United Nations report, 2015), so does China. As country who has the biggest population of ageing, reaching 0.241 billion (National Bureau of Statistics of China, 2017), China faces the most severe conflicts between ageing society and...
master thesis 2019
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Song, Jiangzhou (author)
This research project, based on the hot issues of escaping from mega cities in China, focuses on young graduates and intends to improve their livability and make Shenzhen a more migrant-friendly city to them. Livability, including<br/>affordability and good accessibility to services and jobs, is the main topic and final goal of this thesis. To...
master thesis 2018
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Kortman, Anne Sophie (author), Boraei, Sara (author), Dillon Peynado, Thomas (author), Peters, Boaz (author), Song, Yue (author)
The Amsterdam Metropolitan area, and especially Amsterdam city, attracts large amounts of people due to the diverse economy opportunities, cultural and recreational activities, and the strong connection of the region by public transport and road network. The need for space, resources, and mobility are increasing and will keep increasing due to...
student report 2018
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Hoekstra, Eke (author)
Nowadays, a worldwide urbanisation trend can be observed. In the Netherlands, it is expected that the population of the four largest cities will be increased with an average of 15% in 2030. In total, these four big cities will accommodate a third of the Dutch population in 2030 (Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek &amp; Planbureau voor de...
master thesis 2018
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Huang, Xin (author)
Danwei housing is a typical and common residential type in Chinese cities. The radical social structure changing and urban development after the Economic Reform have influenced these old neighborhoods and even restructured them from all aspects. This thesis has looked into the current social, economic, and spatial transformation surrounding...
master thesis 2017
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de Waart, M.A. (author)
The city of Amsterdam has been growing and it continues to grow. While both the amount of visitors and the amount of residents continues to grow, the amount of public space stays approximately the same. This has led to an increasing pressure on livability, accessibility, and public space. Pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers alike often face the...
master thesis 2017
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Fu, B. (author)
This thesis aims to find a method to improve the livability of a Rural Industrial Community for migrant workers in rural-urban fringe area. The approach is set up greenway system in this spontaneous rural industrial area, take advantage of the vacant spaces, and organize all kinds of open space into a system to distribute more public resource to...
master thesis 2014
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Arfy, R. (author)
Al jaren wordt er gespeculeerd over de toekomst van het Schenkviaduct in Den Haag. De staat en de leeftijd van het viaduct spelen hierin een belangrijke rol en de positie van het viaduct in het wegennetwerk. Diepgaande studies naar de toekomst van het Schenkviaduct zijn er tot nu toe nog niet geweest. De bijkomstigheid van vele factoren op het...
master thesis 2012
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Offringa, R. (author)
The place where you live is a part of your life. The perception of the living environment partly determines the perception of overall life. This graduation project tries to contribute to a better urban living environment and therefore to a better urban life. The key solution to this is urban green. The graduation project can be split in three...
master thesis 2012
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Van Lievenoogen, M.J. (author)
The report is an investigation into the possibilities of using generic methods to achieve certain levels of quality for public space, to stimulate, regulate but most of all conditionate spatial, social and economical developments. These developments should result in a more livable living environment.
master thesis 2011
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