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Castrén, Joonas (author)
The 1960s in Finland were a period of experimentation with concrete, steel, and color, that coincided with a period of rapid economic growth and urbanization. In the building industry, the role of the architect evolved to become a civil servant in a way, entrusted to alleviate shortages in housing and commercial space. Heikki Castrén and his...
student report 2024
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Cheng, Yu-Heng (author)
In the 20th century, the field of architecture underwent significant transformations, initiating interdisciplinary collaborations with various artistic domains such as painting, literature, and cinema. This departure from traditional design processes signifies a shifting perspective towards the essence of architecture, thereby creating...
student report 2024
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van Geene, Maarten (author)
This project focuses on translating a historical pop-up book into a meaningful virtual experience. The project is in collaboration with the National Library (KB) of the Netherlands, which has a special collection of historical pop-up books. The KB will be moving their collections to an external location, making the books inaccessible. These...
master thesis 2023
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de Wijs, Melvin (author)
Around the world, the Netherlands has a respectable reputation when it comes to water management, with other countries applying best practices to their own water related challenges. This reputation of the Netherlands has been a result of a decade long tradition of living with challenging water conditions. This has resulted in a highly cultured...
master thesis 2023
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Slezák, Samuel (author)
As artificial intelligence (AI) technology progressively integrates into daily life and domestic environments, it instigates a pressing inquiry: What new spatial implications can arise from the integration of artificially intelligent technologies within homes, and what role can these AI technologies play in reinforcing social interaction among...
master thesis 2023
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Boendermaker, Joaquim (author)
The neighborhood of Nieuwland, located in Schiedam, Zuid-Holland is one example of the many post-war neighborhoods the Netherlands offers. It formed the extension of Schiedam’s city center and consisted of a clear functionalist lay-out upon its completion in 1965, characterized by monotony, frugal architecture, and a clear separation of...
master thesis 2023
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van den Berg, T.G.C. (author)
doctoral 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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Balint, J.T. (author), Bidarra, Rafael (author)
A narrative world typically consists of several interrelated locations that, all together, fully support enacting a given story. For this, each location in a narrative world features all the objects as required there by the narrative, as well as a variety of other objects that plausibly describe or decorate the location. Procedural generation...
journal article 2023
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Sioli, A. (author)
The special issue Writing Urban Places: New Narratives on the European City, marks the culmination of an international research network that delved into the intricate interplay between communities, urban spaces and narratives. At its core, this endeavour introduced an inventive approach aimed at deepening our comprehension of urban communities,...
contribution to periodical 2023
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Bobbink, I. (author), Chouairi, A. (author), Sun, P. (author)
Considering ‘infrastructures as landscapes’ and ‘landscapes as infrastructures’, this article uses an open framework to reconsider the distinctive water infrastructure of France’s UNESCO-listed heritage Canal du Midi. More specifically, it profiles the Canal’s Mediterranean outlet. Viewed through a landscape architectonic lens, we investigate...
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Figueroa, C.A. (author), Manalo-Pedro, Erin (author), Pola, Swetha (author), Darwish, Sajia (author), Sachdeva, Pratik (author), Guerrero, Christian (author), von Vacano, Claudia (author), Jha, Maithili (author), De Maio, Fernando (author), Kennedy, Chris J. (author)
Introduction: The scientific study of racism as a root cause of health inequities has been hampered by the policies and practices of medical journals. Monitoring the discourse around racism and health inequities (i.e., racism narratives) in scientific publications is a critical aspect of understanding, confronting, and ultimately dismantling...
journal article 2023
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Dai, T. (author), Hein, C.M. (author)
A comprehensive understanding of water systems across space and time is key, both for sustainable urban development and heritage preservation. However, so far, a clear methodology that links the exploration of the past and the protection of heritage properties to the design of the future is still missing. We argue that an exploration of heritage...
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Zisopoulos, Filippos K. (author), Steuer, Benjamin (author), Abussafy, Ricardo (author), Toboso Chavero, S.T.C.H. (author), Liu, Z. (author), Tong, Xin (author), Schraven, D.F.J. (author)
The inclusion of the informal recycling sector (IRS) in a circular economy (CE) is challenging and it is gaining increasing attention by the academic community in an exponential yet fragmented way. In this narrative review, we demarcate the direct and indirect contributions of the IRS to various domains of the CE by drawing knowledge from...
review 2023
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van den Berg, T.G.C. (author), Corrias, Luigi Dennis Alessandro (author)
Within the empirical study of moral decision making, people’s morality is often identified by measuring general moral values through a questionnaire, such as the Moral Foundations Questionnaire provided by Moral Foundations Theory (MFT). However, the success of these moral values in predicting people’s behaviour has been disappointing. The...
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de Wit, S.I. (author)
The urban environment is perceived through multiple senses in parallel, which means that visual understanding of space is aided and complemented by auditory, basic-orienting, and haptic stimuli - although mainly unconsciously. Sensory conditions are inherent attributes of urban places, but are often overlooked in research. To include these...
book chapter 2023
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Liedgren, Johan (author), Desmet, P.M.A. (author), Gaggioli, Andrea (author)
As ubiquitous technology is increasingly mediating our relationships with the world and others, we argue that the sublime is struggling to find room in product design primarily aimed at commercial and transactional goals such as speed and efficiency. We suggest a new category of products to promote deeper and more meaningful experiences,...
journal article 2023
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Lupetti, M.L. (author), Cavalcante Siebert, L. (author), Abbink, D.A. (author)
In this paper, we problematize popular narratives of driving automation. Whether positive or negative, these propagate simplistic assumptions about human abilities and reinforce technocratic approaches to mobility innovation. We build on narrative approaches to participatory research and adversarial design, to explore how design-led...
conference paper 2023
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‘Repository. 49 Methods and Assignments for Writing Urban Places’ offers a set of methods and assignments intended to stimulate new approaches in architecture, urban studies, and other fields of spatial development and to invite creative, often embodied, and sometimes playful engagements with the material and immaterial dimensions of urban...
book 2023
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Sergeeva, Natalya (author), Ninan, Johan (author)
Projects are peopled at all levels, and people make sense of their lives via narrative thought as the temporal and dramatic dimension of human existence is emphasized in them. Narratives organize people’s lived experiences and create order out of random incidents and events. Such an order can help them understand the passage of events and even...
book chapter 2023
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