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Huang, Chloe (author)
Urban regeneration and urbanization are always concomitant topics and phenomena that appear in the history of China and other countries. Until the end of 2021, China's urbanization rate has reached 64.72%. Cities of different sizes and levels have been, are, or will soon be entering the era of inventory planning. Urban villages are the author's...
student report 2023
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PU, Yuqi (author)
The estuarine river landscape between Shenzhen and Hong Kong is a typical case where the landscape lost its value and characteristics due to the border policy. The two megacities Shenzhen (a city in mainland China) and Hong Kong (a special administrative region), are located in the southeast of the Pearl River Delta, one of the world's largest...
master thesis 2022
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Ke, Q. (author), Tian, X. (author), Bricker, J.D. (author), Tian, Zhan (author), Guan, Guanghua (author), Cai, Huayang (author), Huang, Xinxing (author), Yang, Honglong (author), Liu, Junguo (author)
Urban pluvial flooding is a threatening natural hazard in urban areas all over the world, especially in recent years given its increasing frequency of occurrence. In order to prevent flood occurrence and mitigate the subsequent aftermath, urban water managers aim to predict precipitation characteristics, including peak intensity, arrival time...
journal article 2020
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Yang, W. (author), Veeneman, Wijnand (author), de Jong, W.M. (author)
Transport demand management (TDM) measures are widely regarded as essential tools to deal with traffic issues. Their effectiveness has been under scrutiny. Packaging of TDM measures has recently received much attention from researchers and governments because it can achieve more complex policy goals and resolve the negative effects of single TDM...
journal article 2018
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Zhan, Changjie (author), de Jong, W.M. (author), de Bruijn, J.A. (author)
China has gone through a rapid process of urbanization, but this has come along with serious environmental problems. Therefore, it has started to develop various eco-cities, low-carbon cities, and other types of sustainable cities. The massive launch of these sustainable initiatives, as well as the higher cost of these projects, requires the...
journal article 2018
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van Oostrum, Matthijs (author), Liu, Jiayao (author), Li, Yishiqin (author), Hoek, Ruben (author), Yang, Yidong (author), He, Zhujun (author), Buysschaert, Axel (author), Xiao, Yazhi (author), Peng, Jiping (author), van Eijk, Saskia (author), Yang, Qiao (author)
This publication is in response to the call of 2017 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (Shenzhen) (UABB) “Cities, Grow in Difference”, from the perspective of urbanism: the synthesis of factors that collectively determine the spatial use of the city. <br/>This atlas is based on master graduation theses of Delft University of Technology ...
book 2017
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Li, Y. (author)
Rural-urban migrants are vulnerable facing the industrial transition in China. This research reveals the ignorance of migrants’ interests within current urban renewal in Shenzhen, China. By referring to the theory of arrival city and urban inclusiveness, the provision of affordable work-related space through urban renewal in Shenzhen’s...
master thesis 2016
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Groeneveld, B. (author)
A strategic, multi-scalar and multi-actor approach to revitalizing the existing water-, waste-. and food systems within the Shenzhen SEZ is assessed and modelled. Concordant local interventions are furthermore implemented, integrating local conditions into the overarching strategy. Furthermore, a phenomenological view of these systems is...
master thesis 2015
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Fang, D. (author)
Urban villages in Shenzhen provide housing for 60% migrant workers, however all current redevelopment plan of urban villages are not sustainable enough as it: 1. Mostly ignore the tenants’ benefits, low income migrant workers are forced to move to suburb; 2. Focus on economic compensation for households but not enough social and cultural care; 3...
master thesis 2015
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Qu, L. (author), Fu, B. (author), Calabrese, L.M. (author)
Greenway as landscaped, linear and multi-purpose component of urban planning has been increasingly used globally, especially in cities experiencing de-industrialization process. It has the potential to restructure city regions and improve connectivity of public spaces, making cities greener and friendlier to pedestrians and cyclists. There is no...
conference paper 2015
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Hoek, R.C. (author)
This thesis proposes an alternative redevelopment strategy for urban villages in the peripheral districts of Shenzhen, China. It focuses on improving spatial conditions supporting migrants' small businesses, as a means to support their social mobility. Increasing the street integration, walkability and street use diversity are the key actions of...
master thesis 2015
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Read, S.A. (author)
journal article 2015
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Read, S.A. (author), Qu, L. (author), Sepulveda, D. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Qu, L. (author), Van Dorst, M.J. (author)
Urban village is a very special type of neighbourhood, created in the fast urbanisation process in Chinese cities like Shenzhen in the past three decades, playing an essential role in accommodating migrant groups, including rural-urban migrant workers and the young professionals. Built by the villagers whose farmland was transformed into urban...
conference paper 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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Lin, H. (author)
Nowadays, many Chinese cities like Shenzhen are experiencing intense spatial transformation. Downgrading neighbourhoods are being replaced by high-end housing, shopping malls and office in order to promote economic growth. The former socialist public housing is one of the redevelopment hot spots. However, such land-based development focuses on...
master thesis 2014
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Koumans, S. (author)
Lower class migrants in Shenzhen are facing socio-spatial segregation, which limits the opportunities for them to improve their living situation. Currently the Shenzhen government does not actively address to this issue. This project offers an alternative approach on migrant integration and the redevelopment of urban villages, aimed at the use...
master thesis 2013
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Reynolds, A. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Van Oostrum, M.W.L. (author)
Because of a failure to recognize the stepping-stone role of the villages for the migrants, the informally organized urban villages are not integrated into the urban structure of the municipal plan. In order to address this question the first section aims to develop a framework in order to understand and describe informal development in Shenzhen...
master thesis 2013
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Zhang, F. (author)
Based on the new policy of Shenzhen municipality, this project tries to transfer the urban village into the new social housing in the city. According to the human settlement design principles, this project will improve the spatial quality and renovate the commercial potential of urban village to help these isolated islands to integrate with the...
master thesis 2013
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