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Thijssen, Pebbles (author)
Research about the covered river Senne in Brussels. This former river seems to be invisible, but this research shows that this former industrial river still lives in the city (within the architecture and the urban structure). What can a revitalization of this covered river mean? And how does architecture relate to this revitalized space?
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de Nies, Carmel (author)
This study's objective is to assess the effect of parking arrangements and the physical environment of a car restricted residential area on car owners’ willingness to move to a car restricted residential area compared to a conventional residential area. A car restricted area in this study is distinguished as a visually car-free area, in which...
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Treffers, Nils (author)
Traffic square and station Marconiplein, the project site, has become a cacophony of highly controlled and isolated traffic domains which one wants to passage and exit as quickly as possible. Like many other metrostation in Rotterdam the passage of time dominates the passage of place and the notion of the station as real-estate prevails over it...
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Damen, Wouter (author)
This research has the goal to analyse the influence of neighbourhood characteristics on people’s willingness to adopt Mobility as a Service (MaaS) instead of the car for new residential areas. It estimated the influence of a reduced parking comfort, MaaS-hub availability and aditional quality of the overall neighbourhood on the willingness to...
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Rijnders, D.W.A. (author)
This graduation project will be focussing on revitalising the CBD North- East Midtown by using the current building stock respectively the Lever House along Park Avenue designed by SOM Architects. This building is also caught by the large migration to Hudson Yards as more than 50 percent of the building is vacant. A planned raise of lease due to...
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Ventura, Eva (author)
Coney Island is a special place. It is both a chimera and a relic. A chimera (is a mythological creature with multiple faces) that shifts and vanishes and reforms right before our eyes. And a relic that has seen so many different stories and has been part of many lives in so many different ways. For most, Coney Island is an energetic escape from...
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CHU, Lok Yan (author)
The project is situated in Parkstad, South Limburg, an administrative region consisting of 7 municipalities, formerly known as the East Mining Region. Deindustrialisation completely transformed the region, making it the first shrinking area of the Netherlands. Shrinkage commonly refers to a shrinking economy, shrinking population and increased...
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Cui, Rui (author)
With the development of knowledge economy, innovation ecosystems emerged and science parks as localized innovation ecosystems have been adopted as strategies of business support and technology transfer largely around the world. The establishment of science parks aims to create knowledge spillovers and work as catalyst to stimulate regional and...
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van Dijk, Bjorn (author)
As big player architecture has been the main shaper of the NYC skyline this thesis sought to find the answer to which industry would follow to built the next addition. The result is a vertical tech campus where the new york office is mixed with the california campus to create a flagship store/office for the fictional client Google inc.
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van de Kamp, Maarten (author)
All over the world, governments are facing sustainability challenges, which are among others related to car use and ownership. Car ownership research is traditionally mainly focussed on the effect of socio-demographic characteristics, like age, income and having a driving license. More recent research showed that life events related to work,...
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van Heuveln, Koen (author)
The objective of this study was identifying factors that contribute to Dutch electric vehicle (EV) drivers’ acceptance of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) at long-term parking lots. The results of this study aim to help V2G system designers to improve the quality of bi-directional V2G charging services for EV users and to foster V2G acceptance. The...
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Edes, Thomas (author)
The Tesselschade 4 (T4) building in Leeuwarden is a 80 meter tall former tax office building from 1970. The modernistic ‘slab’ is raised from the ground level by the characteristic pilotis. Situated in an office park on the edge of the historical city centre the building offers the opportunity to influence its surroundings positively via...
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Terlouw, Kevin (author)
A study on the fire safety concepts used in car parks. To asses the possible damage as a result of a fire, case studies were performed and changes in the car industry were analysed. The new type of fuel systems have resulted in new risks, which are not yet covered in the current design methodology. To understand the probability of a car park...
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Vasileiadis-Sakatias, Thanasis (author)
TU Delft, being in the frontier of research and progress in Europe and worldwide, is always interestedin exploring the possibilities of renewable energy production. In that respect, the Facility ManagementDepartment (FMD) of the university approached the Photovoltaic Materials and Devices (PVMD) group,whose research covers a wide area in the...
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Heinen, Clement (author)
Ford democratised mobility in the early 1900s by providing the freedom to move for a broad audience. We are on the verge of a mobility revolution that could once again change the way we spend our time, allocate urban areas and shape communities. Cities evolved around the car and people started to realize this might not be the cities they want to...
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Divić, Antea (author)
This project is an attempt to bring back play, from the mere simulation it is now, to a creative force that it once was. It questions whether the entertainment park is still relevant in contemporary society and whether it can be reimagined and transformed from a scripted to a more unscripted arena of action. The aim of this project is to create...
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Wang, Yueting (author)
This research aims to test how energy could be used in landscape and then in which means energy landscape could solve the social and cultural issues.<br/>The energy transition is a spatial issue because it is forms of sustainable energy inherently entail new demands on space. A regional spatial vision on energy, based on which issues like...
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Lijdsman, Laura (author)
The manipulation of the delta landscape in the Rotterdam region, to meet the economic desire of society, resulted in a degradation of ecosystem services. Each eco-based design, such as the case-study ‘the River as a Tidal Park’, is subjected to a wide range of environmental, societal and political risks. Considering the extremely uncertain...
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Gschanes, Sebastian (author)
Humanity is facing a special point in history, the era of industrialisation is over soon and we are at the beginning of the Post-Anthropocene. Botanical gardens should be the place to present and forecast these changes. However, the design of botanical gardens remained undeveloped. The project is looking into the essence of botanical gardens and...
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Shao, Shuai (author)
Parkstad is in the South Limburg. It used to be a coal mine industrial region. In the mid of 1970s, all the coal mines were closed. This has caused great impact on the region in many aspects. Now the whole Parkstad region is facing several challenges. The halt of the coal industry has caused the decline of economy and the shrinkage of the...
master thesis 2019
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