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Tabeling, Chenna (author)
With an ongoing growing population and the aim towardsa more sustainable future, revitalizing building is aconsiderable topic. Architect should take into accountthe current building stock and look into more possibleways on how to easily reuse buildings. The location of theHembrug area, makes it an even more attractive area todevelop. It can...
master thesis 2020
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Out, Hugo (author)
How do we express and experience body language, and how can we translate that into an application of Techno-Fashion that is desirable and understandable, for the wearer and his/her environment? How can this application provide an alternative for the current use of regular clothing? Through research about current expressive behaviour through...
master thesis 2019
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van den Berg, Mary Lou (author)
The main objective of this master's thesis is to revitalize a district in Bandung by means of the adaptive reuse of shared heritage and passive climate systems. Furthermore, the ambition is to empower the local culture of fashion craftsmanship and create a sustainable alternative for shopping in the city centre of Bandung. Designing both a...
master thesis 2019
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Zhou, Wenjun (author)
The aim of this project was to build a pleasant customer experience of personalizing, virtual fitting and ordering made-to-measure knitwear, so as to improve their satisfaction on fit as well as reduce waste in the fashion industry.<br/> The project started with a deep dive into the design context. Relevant knowledge from academic and industry...
master thesis 2019
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Lang, Harrison (author)
Through the process of globalisation, politically and physically, we have found many cities promoting individualism through a neo-liberal modern architecture at the cost of a loss of a local identity. With its traditional heritage and rich material culture, Antwerp is taken as a testing ground for the inclusion of a contemporary structure which...
master thesis 2019
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Starmans, Ruben (author)
Web shops use recommender systems to help users find the products they find interesting in the large amount of available products online. An often used approach to do so is collaborative filtering. This method relies on historical user-item interactions and uses them to recommends products other users found interesting. Fashion is very reliant...
master thesis 2019
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van de Ven, Emma (author)
Companies are advised on investments through a parametric business case for different fashion rental models.
master thesis 2019
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Siemensma, Lianne (author)
One of the biggest downsides to the growing fashion industry is its unsustainable and wasteful character. Currently, the fashion industry produces, distributes and utilizes clothing in a linear way, making it among the main industries responsible for the negative environmental and social aspects of sustainability (Madsen, Hartlin, Perumalpillai,...
master thesis 2018
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Kupzhassarova, Tomiris (author)
For my graduation project I was aspired to devise a Public Interior that has a role and responsibility within the city and has a larger beyond its site impact and implication.<br/><br/>My effort was focused in the field of fashion due programmatic relevancy to Maastricht and due to my own very personal motivation of finding ways to challenge...
master thesis 2018
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Charuwana, Onusa (author)
The Maastricht Fashion Quarter weaves the fashion industry into the city of Maastricht through studios and exhibition spaces, where fashion and its production are brought closer to everyday life. The project is set within the ambition of the municipality to transform Maastricht into a ‘Fashion City’. Despite this ambition and the presence of...
master thesis 2018
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Sitarenios, George (author)
This Thesis architectural project aims in the extensive transformation and renovation of three historical school structures, located in the area of Zutphen, in order to adopt in the new 21st century reality.<br/>All the structures are extensively analyzed in terms of their value and embedded spatial potentiality, based on which the proposed...
master thesis 2018
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Bakens, Geertje (author)
Architectural theory has illuminated the inherently connected relationship between fashion and architecture. Both disciplines shelter the body, react to spatial volume, rely on a process, and take a work of creativity from its two-dimensional concept into a three-dimensional reality. But the end result does not come out of the blue. It is the...
master thesis 2018
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Groen, Ludo (author)
Fashion (typically seen as specific and subject to seasonal cycles) is commonly opposed to architecture (being both generic and permanent), forming a dichotomy that has intrigued both disciplines for centuries. It is also within this tension that the idea of the model offers a point of synthesis—from the French architect Jean-Nicolas-Louis...
master thesis 2018
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Dingen, Stef (author)
master thesis 2018
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van der Wal, Iris (author)
The Italian fashion brand Fendi moved their headquarters to the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in the end of 2015. This iconic building, also known as the square Colosseum, is not only famous for its frequent appearance in movies, but also as one of the most important examples of architecture during the Italian fascist regime. The building was...
master thesis 2017
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Matevosyan, R. (author)
Increasingly more businesses are operating exclusively in the digital domain. Research shows that even the most digital oriented business needs a physical presence to connect with its customers. Customer engagement is increased when the brand story is translated in a tangible experience. In case of the fashion brands that means having flagship...
master thesis 2017
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De Smit, M. (author)
The market share of physical retailers is in decline as they are having trouble competing with pure online players. Meanwhile, Philips Lighting is looking for solutions that offer more than mere functional light in an increasingly LED-based industry, to give retailers a competitive advantage over their rivals. This project was set out to explore...
master thesis 2016
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Van Der Linden, I. (author)
Suitsupply is a Dutch fashion brand founded in 2000 by Fokke de Jong. Today, the brand is grown into a multinational, which is running more than 50 stores spread worldwide. The brand targets on businessmen and offers them both tailor-made suits and convection sized casual apparel, through online and offline channels. The experience of tailor...
master thesis 2015
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Smits, C. (author)
In this graduation project a brand was designed from scratch. The goal of the project was to develop a fashion brand for male hip-hop dancers that addresses values that currently are not being addressed by the men’s fashion industry. The focus of the designed brand is on helping hip-hop dancers being free in their expression, thinking and...
master thesis 2015
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Darkaoui, S. (author)
Tommy Hilfiger is one of the world’s leading lifestyle brands. Its style is recognized as classic American cool with a preppy twist. It delivers premium styling, quality and value to its worldwide customers. The brand has a wide variety of collections as well as a range of products. One of those collections is women’s sportswear (WSW):...
master thesis 2015
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