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Lohmeijer, Lieke (author)
Since the industrialization, the institutionalization of society has caused the segregation of age groups. In 1981 sociologist Martin Kohli introduces the principle of ‘chronologization’ that explains varying periods in peoples life according to the activity that is then most practised: education for the young, work for adults who are not old...
master thesis 2022
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Omar, Karwan (author)
The research looks into the historical development of the old building type that combines live and work; what Frances Holliss (2015) states to be a ‘workhome’. The relevance and resurgence of this typology in the context of a globalized economy and informational era, causes the homebased workforce to grow rapidly. This growth has increased after...
master thesis 2022
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Swart, Emelie (author)
Too many families are leaving the city because of the lack of affordable and suitable dwellings for them to grow and stay in the city center. Fragmentation on the dwelling market leads to the phenomenon that urban families are leaving the city center of Amsterdam because the rents are increasing. This is happening in such a way that the gap...
master thesis 2020
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Rijpkema, Sjoerd (author)
Young families are leaving the city, moving to outskirts, and surrounding municipalities. There seems to be a mismatch, in an increasing amount families cannot find a dwelling or think that living in the city is not suitable for children. This is an undesirable trend, as children determine to a large extent the support of many facilities, make...
master thesis 2020
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Goma Garcia-Ganges, Samuel (author)
Increasing ground prices are displacing the middle class families from Amsterdam. The available housing is either too expensive or simply unfit for families. They are therefore forced by the circumstances to move to the suburbs, away from their job, family and friends in the city. In the process, the city loses valuable middle class workers and...
master thesis 2020
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van den Brink, Terrie (author)
The design of this family friendly building complex in the city center of Amsterdam is the result of the Dutch Housing graduation studio, Stronghold Amsterdam 2017 - 2018. This project focusses on the city living of Amsterdam, where high density and future orientation are very important.<br/><br/>There is an increasing amount of young families...
master thesis 2018
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