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Valente, Yara (author)
Society is stuck in daily routines, led by social norms and conventions. Often we are unaware of this, while life can be much richter if we would subvert from these routines every once in a while. These routines prevent us from seeing everything that there is. Our expectations need to be subverted.

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Guo, Yuan (author)
The creative economy has grown fast these years because of the advanced science and technology. Employees have more flexible working schedule and environment. Co-working spaces rise because of creative economy and digital economy. This project concerns a building that hosts a neighbourhood hub for co-working and collective habitation in 2050...
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Kleijwegt, Cathelijne (author)
Broken glass from a bus stop, litter on the ground, a broken lamppost, and more things like this can be encountered in a municipality. To improve the process of mapping the issues and fixing them Fixi is developed by Decos. Fixi is an application in which citizens can report issues in public space. A citizen can report the issue he or she...
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Bluemink, Bella (author)
In the Netherlands there is a current tendency of areas with extreme growth as well as areas with extreme shrinkage. Because of the increasing population in cities like The Hague, social problems intensify. Among these problems is the issue of social-spatial inequality. This occurs when the distribution of life chances is dependent on the place...
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Kerkvliet, Rense (author)
Over the last century, Casablanca has become the economical capital of Morocco. To deal with this ever congesting metropolis, the French Europeans and later wealthy Moroccans, have established an entire region to escape from Casablanca's everyday. The research investigates this relationship between the escape from the everyday into spaces for...
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Meijer, Rosa (author)
In 2017, the Dutch government has set the goal to achieve a 100% circular economy by 2050. A transition from the current linear economy towards a circular economy is necessary to reach this goal. In the circular economy, products at end-of-life are no longer seen as waste but will be reused as a secondary product or resource.

The...
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Kahraman, Ipek (author)
Fear as one of the earliest survival mechanisms of humankind has significant effects on how people lived in cities since ancient times. Today fear is embedded in the physical characteristics of the urban space and how it is perceived by its inhabitants. It transforms the spatial behaviors of the contemporary citizens into introverted spatial...
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Kiliçoğlu, Ihsan (author)
This thesis explores the possible effects of spatial characteristics on the use and
perception public space by pre-teen children. The aim of this thesis was to identify spatial patterns that can be used to create urban public spaces which enhance the ability of children to make (diverse) friends, to explore different urban landscapes,...
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Książek, Jan (author)
The omnipresence of the aging mass-housing estates in Europe has created a new frontier for innovative approaches in architecture, particularly in the architecture of renovation. This new movement has the capacity to address two major aspects of contemporary architecture: the role of architects in catering for sustainable development (ecological...
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Quezada Moreno, Alejandra (author)
At the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, weekly bi-national markets exemplify (within a tense social context) the economic relevance of the goods and people metabolism along with emerging bi-national social relations. For this border territory, a temporal perspective is productive to develop a comprehensive grasp of the area; the...
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de Beer, Michael (author)
To listen and to make a noise, as sonic acts, formed the premise of the project. Continuing a lineage of inquiry of human conduct that is underpinned by the notion that humans engage in purposeful behaviour; the sonic act in the field of architecture questions how people behave sonically in their environments. The importance of this spatial...
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Anagnostou, Angeliki (author)
Taking into consideration that ancient Greece is highly correlated to the democratic public space, the aim of the present thesis is to regain public space in modern Greece, by having as a testing location a medium-sized city, Chania. Public space was an important part of Greek people’s lives in the different chronological periods of its history....
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Koene, Marijke (author)
Stress is a well-known phenomenon and something everyone experiences. Urban stress however, stress caused by and in the built environment of urban areas, is less known. Still, quite some research has been done on this topic from the fields of sociology and psychology, but there are not many resources that focus on urban stress - with all its...
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van der Linden, Hedwig (author)
The aim of this exploration is to reinterpretate and revitalise underused areas in the modernist urban fabric of Rotterdam. Since Rotterdam was bombed during the Second World War, a whole new modernist city could arise. The Reconstruction plan can still be seen as a manifesto of modern architecture and urbanism. Main focal points were the...
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Sachsamanoglou, Maria (author)
The aim of this project is to explore the possibilities of establishing a new relationship between water and the city of Dordrecht, aiming towards a sustainable future. In one of the lowest parts of the Netherlands, increasingly threatened by climate change and cloudburst flooding, the feasibility of a stormwater management plan is explored,...
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Li, Jingsi (author)
Heritage plays an important role in promoting urban physical and cultural diversity, as well as social cohesion in a changing context.
In the context of Beijing, Hutong is the traditional residential area consists of regularly arranged courtyards. All buildings with slope roofs reflect the traditional Chinese architectural principles.
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Liu, Wanxin (author)
Norway is mostly known for its natural beauty, fjords and mountains, the amazing Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun - a great intimacy with nature. However, this impression we have of Norway, does not describe the real situation in Oslo.
A total length of approximately 3,400 kilometres of Oslo’s coastline is mostly covered with paved...
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Rolvering, Gereon (author)
Drawing back on my experience of living in Nairobi, this thesis explores the city’s dynamic system of public space and tries to improve its legibility by establishing a framework for its use and design. Exploring Nairobi as a city of arrival, my personal process in the development of this project was quite similar to that of coming to Nairobi as...
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Mu, Xiufan (author)
The density of elderly population in Central City of Beijing is relatively high compare to that in peri urban area, which resulting in the urban disease, scarcity and low quality of public spaces in the city center. However, in Beijing, the main demands of elderly people have incline to the social needs and social participation, instead of...
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Bernátek, Dominik (author)
While cities densify, and fill up with building mass, it is of great importance to pay high attention to good quality public space. People should feel at home not only inside their private dwelling, but also outside the building - in the city itself. Architecture has to provide possibilities for people to establish social contacts and on the...
master thesis 2018
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