Searched for: subject:"deconstruction"
(1 - 9 of 9)
document
Vu Hong, Duong (author)
Research abstract:The world steel demand and production are constantly growing parallelly to the world economic<br/>growth. Even though steel is fully recyclable, there is still a vast amount of virgin production which put<br/>tremendous pressure on the natural scarcity of natural resources. Steel recycling only mitigates the<br/>impacts since...
master thesis 2018
document
De Sola Montiel, Pablo (author)
La filature is a call for the disruption of the post-industrial heritage.<br/>Imitating the filming technique of montaging and cutting to introduce the<br/>foreign type of the Movie Palace into the obsolete textile factory<br/>Desurmont. The project uses the pre-existent conditions of the ruin as sets,<br/>backgrounds for the production of films...
master thesis 2018
document
Luitse, S.J.J. (author)
Shell structures are expensive structures due to their extensive construction time and costs making them unpopular in spite of their material and structural efficiency. Temporary support structures are now based on the weight of the structure without taking into account what the incomplete structure can carry by itself. Structural...
master thesis 2016
document
Van Houten, R.S. (author), De Lange, N.A. (author)
Climate change and environmental issues are important in today’s society. The earth is being depleted of its resources and the changing climate could irreversibly change the planet for the worse. Sustainable buildings are mostly optimised for the use phase but neglect end of life scenarios. Buildings are often demolished and materials are dumped...
master thesis 2016
document
Van Houten, R.S. (author), De Lange, N.A. (author)
Climate change and environmental issues are important in today’s society. The earth is being depleted of its resources and the changing climate could irreversibly change the planet for the worse. Sustainable buildings are mostly optimised for the use phase but neglect end of life scenarios. Buildings are often demolished and materials are dumped...
master thesis 2016
document
De Lange, N.A. (author), Van Houten, R.S. (author)
Climate change and environmental issues are important in today’s society. The earth is being depleted of its resources and the changing climate could irreversibly change the planet for the worse. Sustainable buildings are mostly optimised for the use phase but neglect end of life scenarios. Buildings are often demolished and materials are dumped...
master thesis 2016
document
Roosenschoon, A. (author)
Deconstructive re-use is a proposed strategy to meet the spatial needs of society in times of financial omission. As the crisis hit the profession of the architect appeared to have become superfluous. Work is scarce, as are raw materials and affordable housing, therefor challenges for the architect are not scarce at all. This research...
master thesis 2014
document
Kokkos, A. (author)
This Master’s thesis is focused on the ambiguous topic concept of Designing for Deconstruction and its application within the construction industry. The aim of the research is to investigate the feasibility of the concept by pointing out the main topics of interest that could influence its overall performance and propose a strategy that will...
master thesis 2014
document
Glias, A. (author)
The goal of this thesis is to research the feasibility level of reusing existing structural concrete elements. Nowadays, a major problem that the Dutch building industry is facing is the high vacancy rate of office buildings. The available solutions for the vacant offices are transformation or demolition. Transformation is the best solution but...
master thesis 2013
Searched for: subject:"deconstruction"
(1 - 9 of 9)