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Hoondert, Jessie (author)
The post-war building stock represents 33% of all residential buildings. A common characteristic is that they are poorly insulated compared to the current Dutch building regulations. This research will focus on post-war walk-up apartments, they account for approximately 8% of the total residential building stock. 70% out of this 8% is social...
master thesis 2019
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van den Boomgaard, André (author)
“The Dutch built environment - both residential properties of private owners, corporations and investors, as well as offices, schools, shops and commercial real estate – is largely outdated and not energy efficient” (Platform 31, n.d.). <br/>This research is about making the built environment more sustainable by refurbishing the building...
master thesis 2019
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van de Ven, Tijs (author)
My graduation project is about renovation and splitting the low quality walk-up flats into multiple and ’responsive’ housing that allows one person households to live in smaller spaces that have a higher functionality, so we can respond to the population growth into the cities. A number of amenities in a home can be shared in the current forms...
master thesis 2018