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Kurpershoek, Thijs (author)
Visitors who return from a festival experience an empty feeling combined with fatigue. In this thesis, this experience is called the void. An established psychological phenomenon called the Peak-End rule describes how events are judged by both their peaks, be they positive or negative, and their ends. The end of festivals is now often perceived...
master thesis 2019
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Letanche, Lana (author)
The aim of the project is to develop an installation, called Club Mojo, for the Mojo Backstage exhibition of Museum Prinsenhof Delft that would let visitors experience chills similar to one at a festival or concert. This aim is chosen to match the festival experience that is set with the exhibition, celebrating the 50th birthday of music...
master thesis 2018
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Cuijpers, Carlijn (author)
This thesis describes the design process to enhance the music festival experience for hearing-impaired people. This assignment was set up to make the MOJO backstage exhibition at Museum Prinsenhof Delft inclusive for hearing-impaired people. First, context mapping research with hearing-impaired and hearing festival visitors shows that...
master thesis 2018
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de Kat Angelino, Jord (author)
In 2019, Museum Prinsenhof Delft will be showcasing an exhibition about MOJO Concerts. Since MOJO is a Dutch music event organiser, the assignment for this graduation project was to design an experience to evoke an on-site festival experience. A comprehensive design is made for the liminal exhibition space (the spaces in between exhibition rooms...
master thesis 2018
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Nika, Charis (author)
Through the theme of the "Festive City" the project aims to explore the qualities of the architecture of the city and offer new insights into what it could be. More specifically it looks at:

- How can the architecture of the city encourage social interactions of different scale and forms?
- How can it be enriched by gaining a...
master thesis 2018
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Daalder, Mees (author)
In the Spring of 2019, Museum het Prinsenhof Delft will present the Mojo
Backstage exhibition, celebrating the 50th birthday of Mojo Concerts. In this
exhibition, the visitor will learn about the developments Mojo has brought
to the world of music, and experience what it is like to be at a festival. Over
the years, festival food...
master thesis 2018
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van Schaik, Jasper (author)
In this report the role of lighting at music festivals was explored. Research was done into the use and placement of event lighting at festivals. The findings were translated to a living room setting. The festival experience is transferred to a domestic context. Result of the design process is a system of individual lights that are controlled by...
master thesis 2018
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Jing, Dan (author)
The project is a transformable architecture that has three different configurations. For each configuration there is a specific purpose-festival, theater school and cinema. Floating on the water facilitates the process of transformation from one scheme to another. Socially, locating on the Baaibuurten block, Zeeburgereiland, the building will...
master thesis 2018
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Somboonthanasarn, Nutcha (author)
By using a water-oriented scenography of Maastricht as an asset, the intention of the project is to stress and celebrate the festive sense of the city through the interventions along the riverfront area. The definition which best describes the festive nature of this project is ‘A pleasure of Entering’.

From the foyer which performs as...
master thesis 2018
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Cijntje, Stephanie (author)
This projects addresses the social aspect of daily life, how different people in a community get to meet each other and how the community as a whole, and in a larger context the city, can benefit of these festive social qualities.
master thesis 2018
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Chanis, Vasileios (author)
Located in the hilly landscape outside Maastricht, the guesthouse in the valley could be described as a deep contextual project; a small building in the larger countryside. Inspired by the local material culture and made from the
very earth of the Limburgian farm routes, the building is dedicated to those who affiliate the action of walking...
master thesis 2018
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Gall, Bo (author)
This year started with the choice to enter the ‘competition’ to design a new state of the art concert hall for the London Symphony Orchestra. Simon Rattle returned to London to become the new conductor of the LSO, but in his opinion all the London halls are lacking in quality to be suitable for all the plays from the LSO. With this information...
master thesis 2018
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Kanittaprasert, Monsicha (author)
The first city wall, which is a national monument in the Maastricht as the festive city, has been situated in the private property for a century. However, the project aims to revalue this city wall, and bring the heritage object back to the public. As the site is surrounded by University's buildings, the project proposes the programs for the...
master thesis 2018
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Kwanten, Mark (author)
The Dutch dance festival market competition is ‘killing’, the market is starting to saturate. Only 20% of the festivals manage to sell out and 5% of the festivals are canceled because they failed to attract a sufficient amount of visitors. Organizations compete on prize with early bird tickets, sold early in the pre-sale...
master thesis 2018
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Landsman, Oda (author)
Festivals are a growing trend, and although being a temporary event, most festivals have vast material flows with a large negative impact on the environment. The Dutch festival Lowlands, a three-day event, for example uses 300.000 kwh of electricity generated by diesel-fuelled generators, 10.000 m3 water and 500.000 kg of solid waste (Amsterdam...
master thesis 2018
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Brignardelli, Santiago (author)
The river Leie is a commercial waterway that flows from Pas-de-Calais to Gent. Between the cities of Armentieres and Mennen, it defines the Belgium-French border. Seven islands along this 20 km-long section are the product of canalization, introduced in the 17th century. Over the following years, this waterway developed into an infrastructural...
master thesis 2018
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Kommer, Wout (author)
The ECO coin is a new currency that values sustainable behaviour. This projects aim was to integrate the ECO coin into the festival environment, emphasizing on the users needs. Finally a system was created which allows users to trace their impact, teaches them about sustainability and fits their festival needs.
master thesis 2017
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Luursema, Dieke (author)
The increase in number of festivals in The Netherlands and the importance of live performances for musicians leads to the question of designing new performance places for festivals. Today, most tents do not provide sufficient acoustic qualities for the performance of music and do not add to the experience of the visitor. This leads to the main...
master thesis 2017
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Välk, S. (author)
This report covers research, design development and evaluation of The Reflector - a design that aims to enrich music festival experiences through meaningful interactions at Into The Great Wide Open 2016 (annual music and arts festival on Vlieland). This TU Delft Master Design for Interaction graduation project aims to deliver a spatial design...
master thesis 2016
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Langeveld, W. (author)
The former leprosarium Westfort in South Africa is a very valuable place, but under pressure because of the poor squatters using the institution grounds as living place and the urban sprawl of Pretoria, reaching the borders of the site. A plan for the current community and the heritage structures is needed to secure its future. My plan is based...
master thesis 2016
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