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Novajra, Lorenzo (author)
This thesis undertakes an extensive examination of the Ligurian and Maritime Alps region, deeply intertwined with its distinctive landscape features and closely tied to its identity. Its objective is to illuminate critical aspects of this territory through meticulous observation.<br/>Drawing from a solid theoretical foundation grounded in local...
master thesis 2024
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Maassen, Axelle (author)
This thesis discusses the heritage approach of adaptive reuse as a way to preserve and protect abandoned churches in Limburg. For this, a discussion is had on the social and cultural dynamic and history of Limburg. This is a province in the Netherlands with a deep historical connection to the Catholic religion. This paper explores the province’s...
student report 2024
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Zhou, Giada (author)
In line with the rapidly growing role of social media in shaping public perceptions of and attitudes towards heritage sites, this study is timely to scrutinize the influence of social media on how people perceive historical heritage with a special emphasis on Bagnoregio, Italy. Through investigating the interaction between modern values and...
student report 2024
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Mosleh, Yasmine (author), van Die, M. (author), Gard, W.F. (author), Breebaart, Iskander (author), van de Kuilen, J.W.G. (author), Van Duin, Paul (author), Poulis, J.A. (author)
Gelatine adhesives, also known as animal glues, are collagen-based water-soluble biopolymers derived from vertebrate connective tissues. One of the various fields in which gelatine adhesives are widely used is the conservation of cultural heritage such as decorated furniture and panel paintings. It is observed that, with time, the failure in...
journal article 2024
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García-Esparza, Juan A. (author), Hein, C.M. (author), Rogac Mijatovic, Ljiljana (author), Negru, Mircea (author)
Many European cities are in crisis since most of them are struggling to socially and culturally move forward from the historic and recreational values that made them of interest to the global visitor. In 2011, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) started assessing new forms of placemaking in the historic...
book chapter 2024
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Lian, J.S. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Bracken, G. (author), Wu, Xiangyan (author), Wu, Xiaomin (author), Chen, Dong (author)
Although there have been numerous studies on the heritage attributes, characteristics, and values of the historic garden as a special category of cultural heritage, the question is why a comprehensive review combining mainstream historic garden conservation with ways of understanding the garden in a landscape context has not been conducted....
review 2024
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Elkhuizen, W.S. (author), Love, J.S. (author), Parisi, S. (author), Karana, E. (author)
Direct interaction with cultural heritage (CH) artefacts is frequently unavailable to visitors, offering an opportunity for HCI designers to explore integrating material aspects into digitally-mediated encounters with CH artefacts. We argue that a thorough understanding of the material experiences of CH artefacts can open a novel design space...
conference paper 2024
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TANG, Keyan (author)
The Colonies of Benevolence, founded in the early 19th century, were a groundbreaking social experiment aimed at addressing poverty and fostering self-sufficiency in the Netherlands. These colonies, comprising agricultural lands and settlements, were designed to provide employment opportunities and housing for the impoverished population while...
master thesis 2023
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van Geene, Maarten (author)
This project focuses on translating a historical pop-up book into a meaningful virtual experience. The project is in collaboration with the National Library (KB) of the Netherlands, which has a special collection of historical pop-up books. The KB will be moving their collections to an external location, making the books inaccessible. These...
master thesis 2023
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Li, Irene (author)
The Wadden Sea region is characterized as a diverse and contradictory area. On the one hand, it stands as the largest intertidal area globally, supporting a rich and diverse flora and fauna habitat showcasing nature’s power and allure. On the other hand, it is a landscape shaped by human habitation and extensive transformations, including...
master thesis 2023
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van Ommen, Isabel (author)
This research and design project explores the use of the Pattern Language method to transform Moluccan neighbourhoods in the Netherlands into inclusive areas while enhancing their cultural heritage. The study focuses on the Moluccan neighbourhood in Barneveld for renovation and the Lloydkade in Rotterdam as a site for creating new places of...
master thesis 2023
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CHEN, Liuying (author)
Waterfront cultural heritage has unique historical, scientific, social and aesthetic values that can provide an excellent platform and starting point for urban design. The Cockatoo Island has significant differences in these values, which make it complex and contradictory in the subsequent tourism-oriented transformation, and even create a...
student report 2023
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ziaiemehr, turan (author)
There are places you have never been, yet you learn about them once you are there. There are also places you have never even dreamed possible, yet even after visiting them, your imagination never limits. One of these is Tbilisi.<br/>Persians, Byzantines, Ottomans, Russians, and Soviets all contributed to the construction of the image of Tbilisi...
master thesis 2023
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Alfeld, M.W.E.M. (author), Tempel, P. (author), van der Wijk, V. (author)
The acquisition of elemental and chemical distribution images on the surface of cultural heritage objects has provided us new insights into our past. The techniques commonly employed, such as macroscopic X-ray fluorescence imaging (MA-XRF), in general require pointwise or whisk-broom scanning of an object under constant measurement geometry for...
journal article 2023
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Nicu, Ionut Cristi (author), Fatorić, Sandra (author)
Over the past decade, research on the impacts of climate change on immovable cultural heritage (ICH) in the polar regions (Arctic and Antarctica) has slowly increased. This article offers a systematic review and synthesis of the publications about climate change impacts on the diverse ICH and climate change adaptation in the polar regions....
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Pintossi, N. (author), Ikiz Kaya, D. (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
The adaptive reuse of cultural heritage contributes to heritage conservation, leveraging on the heritage potential to enable sustainable development and enhance urban livability. Yet, it is seldom applied as intervention. This research furthers the knowledge on the challenges to the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage. Through the case study...
journal article 2023
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Bai, N. (author), Ducci, Marta (author), Mirzikashvili, Rusudan (author), Nourian, Pirouz (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
The UNESCO 2011 Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape promotes to map cultural significance of urban heritage from the perspectives of the general public in pursuit of social inclusion in heritage management. The user-generated information already available on social media platforms in the form of images, comments, and ratings can be...
conference paper 2023
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Huang, Y. (author), Yu, S. Suihuai (author), Chu, J. Jianjie (author), Fan, H. Hao (author), Du, B. Bin (author)
Cultural heritage management poses significant challenges for museums due to fragmented data, limited intelligent frameworks, and insufficient applications. In response, a digital cultural heritage management approach based on knowledge graphs and deep learning algorithms is proposed to address the above challenges. A joint entity-relation...
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van Boeijen, A.G.C. (author), Schifferstein, Hendrik N.J. (author)
Designers hope that their innovations will be adopted by the people they are designed for. How well their designs align with consumers’ cultural contexts is a key determinant of whether they are accepted or rejected. This is especially<br/>important for food solutions, as eating habits are deeply rooted in local cultures. However, academic...
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Foroughi, M. (author), de Andrade, Bruno (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author), Wang, T. (author)
Public participation has been growing in both theory and practice of urban planning, including heritage planning. The reasoning is to facilitate the involvement of a broader group of stakeholders, beyond experts. More specifically, for heritage planning, participation could enable consensus-building on defining the significance of heritage,...
journal article 2023
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