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Pradana, Reza Ambardi (author)
This research is dealing with the development of a new town in Hanoi, Vietnam. With many Hanoi new towns that are currently failing and on the brink of becoming ghost towns, this research aims to explore the way to design a new town that promotes urban vitality throughout the master planning process - not only in the design process. The main...
master thesis 2018
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Liu, Yanxin (author)
Due to the restricted functional collaboration between Hong Kong and Shenzhen Region as well as Pearl River Delta, the functional construction of Hong Kong Region becomes a mono-centric system which leads to a serious unbalanced development between its city centre and its peripheral new towns with great potential. However, the new planning...
master thesis 2018
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Yu, Peiran (author)
This graduation project aims at creating liveability (in terms of well-functioning control on social relationship and sustainable green in direct home environment) in Xiongan New Town to hosting residents who cannot find a suitable place in Beijing. The great majority of them are young professionals. They are facing the problem that their ideal...
master thesis 2018
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Norkunaite, G. (author)
The nuclear energy landscape is characterized by city large industrial sites, transmission corridors cutting through the forested landscape, a new town with specific type of population (multiethnic highly educated nuclear power plant workers, artists and sportsmen) and the lifestyle, buffer landscape which is part of international nature...
master thesis 2016
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Yang, W. (author)
The world’s population is set to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 – up from 7.2 billion in 2012 (UN News Center). That global population will be a vastly urban one. The increasing demand for supplying the future urban dwellers and the threatening climate change have posed the question about our current urban development model. Our urbanization has...
master thesis 2016
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Tan, N. (author)
The core issue of this project is to discuss the relationship between the new town and old town in the fast-growing metropolitan periphery. The main research question of my project is how Guangming new town and old town could mutually benefit from each other, aiming to formulate a process oriented and strategic planning framework to rebuild a...
master thesis 2015
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Van Venetie, S. (author)
This thesis introduces a strategy which enhances the vitality of Zoetermeer as a residential city on the long term. Special focus is on attracting highly educated starters by making the city center more appreciated by them to live. In this way, it is hoped the city will become more appreciated by all its residents on the long term.
master thesis 2015
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Van Faassen, W.D.F. (author)
This thesis discusses the importance and use of flexibility in urban planning and design in South East Asian new urban developments. It stretches the importance of a new balance between the stakeholders in order to create more resilient and sustainable urban extensions. In this way it tries to find answers to the question; in what way can...
master thesis 2014
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Liu, J. (author)
Hundreds of new towns are being built or planned today in China, which mostly remove the existing agricultural landscape. The study is motivated by a very simple question: instead of being eaten up by new towns, can agricultural landscape perform more actively in the process of development? I pick Guangming, a new town being built in Shenzhen,...
master thesis 2014
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Wolvers, R.E. (author)
The changing needs of aging people ask for lasting improvements within the urban environment for them to stay socially and physically active, independent and healthy for as long as possible and for them to live a fulfilling retirement. Hello neighbors! addresses the quality-of-life issues that concern our aging population. It puts forward public...
master thesis 2014
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Reijnen, M. (author)
Street life deals with contemporary issues in Asian new developments. It critiques the new towns and proposes a transformation to increase their livability and reconnect them to the local context - both physical and cultural.
master thesis 2014
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Stobbe, A. (author)
Almere is a city facing a duality of problems; on the one hand, the older districts show increasing signs of degeneration inside the current city while on the other hand the municipality has a huge, but currently very uncertain outwards driven growth ambition to double the city beyond the current borders. During the project analyses have been...
master thesis 2012
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Ye, Y. (author)
China turned to the Open-Policy in 1978 and began its rapid urbanization process. To handle the urgent demand from working migration and reduce the problems triggered by congestion in mega cities, decentralization and new towns are widely accepted by Chinese urbanists and politicians. However, new towns in China lost their urbanity in the...
master thesis 2012
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Feng, J. (author)
Public housing system of Hong Kong was gradually established to meet the large demand of housing and intervene the property market since 1954. Together with the urban expansion to rural areas, new towns as self-sufficient areas were constructed to settle public housing in New Territory since 1970s. However, some new towns developed into public...
master thesis 2012
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Wang, J. (author)
New city center does not developed as well as it was planned because of an ideal planning model from government planner. In my project, I try to recogonize the real princeples about how the center system grows according to historical center, then apply these principles to reconstruct the new city center in order to revitalise new town.
master thesis 2011
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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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Selezneva, E. (author)
The present research takes on qualitative issues such as urban vitality and quality of urban life from an angle of spatial centrality. The discussion is going around the two main concepts – the concept of urban vitality and the notion of spatial centrality and the footprint it leaves on the functional and structural organizations of cities.
master thesis 2011
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Hong, L. (author)
Analysis & Strategy to strength economic position of Songjiang in Regional network and the lcoal self-contained system
master thesis 2010
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