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Vonášková, Anežka (author)
We live in a time of constant change and turbulence, where human activity has significantly impacted our planet. As the dominant species, we have achieved remarkable feats such as building grand cities, advancing technology, exploring the moon, and even creating artificial intelligence. However, this progress has come at a great cost to the...
master thesis 2023
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Zhang, Chuhan (author)
Guangzhou is one of the most typical metropolitan cities in the Great Bay Area (GBA). The fast development contributes to massive urban construction in a relatively short time. However, the development prosperity comes at the expense of green space. The problems of green space lead to lower resilient capacity, which means higher flooding risks...
master thesis 2023
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Bobbink, I. (author), Chouairi, A. (author), Sun, P. (author)
Considering ‘infrastructures as landscapes’ and ‘landscapes as infrastructures’, this article uses an open framework to reconsider the distinctive water infrastructure of France’s UNESCO-listed heritage Canal du Midi. More specifically, it profiles the Canal’s Mediterranean outlet. Viewed through a landscape architectonic lens, we investigate...
journal article 2023
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Chongwattanaroj, Akarapol (author)
Bangkok is located on the low-lying deltaic soil near the mouth of Chao<br/>Phraya River. Like many coastal and delta cities, it has faced many floods<br/>and environmental challenges due to human’s extensive alteration of the<br/>landscape and consumption of natural resources. With climate change,<br/>these cities are threatened by more...
master thesis 2022
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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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Lin, Yu-Wen (author)
Coastal areas and riverine cities accommodate the great majority of the world’s population, but they are extremely vulnerable to flooding risks. In the cities next to the Medway River estuary, the capacity to adapt to flood risks had been weakened by urban development and intense industrial usage. This degrading led to the loss of flood buffers...
master thesis 2021
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Qi, Kailun (author)
Xichong is located in the southeast of Shenzhen on the Dapeng Peninsula. Xichong Beach is the longest and most popular beach in Shenzhen. The landscape structure of Xichong shows a gradation from the sea to the mountains. The beach is located on the sea, followed by dunes. Windbreaks stand on the dunes to resist high winds. Further in is the...
master thesis 2021
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Gao, Yayun (author)
As one of the most important ecosystems on the planet, the coastal zone accommodates a denser population than the hinterland and faces faster urbanization and higher population growth. Meanwhile, the coastal zone is exposed to several climate change disasters in the context of a sensitive environment dominated by water. It is considered with...
master thesis 2021
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Kyriakou, Anastasia (author), Uphues, Charlotte (author), van Overeem, Jan (author), PAPACHRISTOPOULOU, LEFKETI (author), Iglesias, Sebastian (author)
‘The Dutch are not going to lose against the sea’, is a commonly accepted quote of the citizens of The Netherlands. Having developed a country below sea level, Dutch people are aware of the challenges of the sea, but are committed in an endless fight against it. Nowadays, with global warming increasing, the challenge for them is even bigger. Sea...
student report 2021
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van Eeden, E.A.M. (author), Gao, Y. (author), Liu, Y. (author), Sun, Y. (author), Qi, K. (author), Zheng, Y. (author)
This graduation studio explores the potential of a landscape-based regional design approach to contribute to more resilient coastal landscapes around the globe. Such an approach addresses the interaction between the natural and urban landscape throughout the scales of space and time. It takes the landscape as the basis for sustainable urban...
report 2021
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van der Velde, J.R.T. (author), Pouderoijen, M.T. (author), van Bergen, J. (author), Bobbink, I. (author), van Loon, F.D. (author), Piccinini, D. (author), Jauslin, D.T. (author)
The multi-dimensionality of BwN calls for the incorporation of ‘designerly ways of knowing and doing’ from other fields involved in this new trans-disciplinary approach. The transition out of a focus on rational design paradigms towards reflective design paradigms such as those employed in the spatial design disciplines may be a first step in...
journal article 2021
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De Martino, P. (author)
Since 2016, the reorganization of the Italian port legislation through the decree n.169 has introduced port systems, as a new institutional umbrella helping improving ports efficiency. However, this new entity challenges the goals and interests of local stakeholders, which have their own tradition and have independently developed spatial...
review 2020
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Visser, Malou (author)
The sea dike is a spatial interim in the dialogue between human at land and natural forces at the Wadden sea. Standing on the dike gives me a feeling of conquest but also of separation. It stands out as a green wall between two worlds and stretches in the wide, open landscape as far as my eyes can see. This narrow edge has once been marshlands,...
master thesis 2018
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Đondraš, Marina (author)
A landscape architecture graduation work, dealing with drastic change in an urban area facing the risk of a major disruption, which calls for adaptive solutions for resilience. From adaptability theory two forces are derived that guide an analysis towards a solution for an urban environment challenged by sea level rise; the revolt, the force...
master thesis 2017
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Potamiali, Maria (author)
Due to the major flooding disasters particularly in the Southwest region, the Delta works were needed in order to protect the people and the land. During the Delta works a lot of water infrastructures were built in the area as technical solutions, such as the Haringvlietdam. The Delta Works brought safety and made the area more accessible....
master thesis 2017
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