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Zhang, Zhiyun (author)
Linpan is a unique traditional rural landscape, mainly found on the plains of western Sichuan, China. It is known for its traditional agricultural practices, characterized by a harmonious coexistence between people and nature. The traditional architecture, festivals, lifestyles and the interdependence between human and nature can definitely be...
master thesis 2023
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Yuan, Yuan (author)
The Yuanyang Rice Terraced Fields are located south of Ailao Mountain in Yuanyang County, Yunnan Province, China. They're at the core area of the Honghe Hani Terraced Fields, stretching for more than 166 square kilometres, and a wonder of terraced farming civilisation created by generations of Hani people using the steep hills of the unique...
master thesis 2023
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Nijhuis, S. (author), Storms-Smeets, Elyze (author), Thissen, Paul (author)
The province of Gelderland, in the Netherlands, has many castles, country houses and estates. Together, they form historic estate landscapes that partially determine the regional landscape character. Climate change and urbanisation have a significant effect on the management and protection of these heritage landscapes. An abundance and a...
book 2023
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Verschuure, G.A (author)
This paper is on the understanding of the cultural (historic) coherence in the urban landscape systems in the Netherlands and the use of this knowledge for sustainable landscape transformations. When culture (use, meaning) is hermeneutically read in (historic) landscape features, we can fully understand how the historic landscape functioned as a...
conference paper 2021
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Chen, Zhaotun (author)
There are more than 2000 estates reserved in Netherlands, of which 18% are in Gelderland. However, with time going by, the surrounding environment of the estates has changed and new challenges which the estates are faced with has happened, including climate change threat, spatial fragmentation and increasing tourism. The city I am studying,...
master thesis 2020
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Peng, Y. (author)
Connection and separation, or synthesis and dissolution, to draw on Georg Simmel’s expression, are each the precondition of the other. It lightens me to rethink the core of boundary. In the estate landscape of Veluwe Zoom, the elites and noble use flowing water, shrubs, walls, fences to declare their own territory and maintain bridge, passage to...
master thesis 2020
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Yuan, Beiqi (author)
Heritage landscape as a dynamic system that bridges the past and the future, on the one hand tells the history of an area and contributes to the identity of local people, and on the other hand need to meet the contemporary demand and deal with future challenges. In that case, apart from traditional strategy of isolating cultural heritages from...
master thesis 2020
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Amarendra, Barsha (author)
People continually shape the landscape. The landscape being a palimpset of their socio-economic and cultural ethos. Few landscapes become valued as heritage and a marker for regional identity. However, often times, landscapes deemed as heritage might not strike upan attachment with the lives of the people around and within it. A heritage...
master thesis 2020
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Shahed, Alia (author)
The intended research and design exploration for resilient heritage landscapes of the future, looks at the heritage estate not just as a composition of a historic building and its garden ensemble but as a centrally organized economic system and a spatial assemblage of living, leisure and production. In the Achterhoek region from the Province of...
master thesis 2020
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Guzman, Paloma (author), Fatorić, Sandra (author), Ishizawa, Maya (author)
Climate change is increasingly being recognized as a threat to natural and cultural World Heritage (WH) sites worldwide. Through its interaction with other stressors, climate change accelerates existing risks while also creating new obstacles. A more considerable focus is needed in both research and practice to explore proactive measures for...
journal article 2020
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Report of the MSc Landscape Architecture 2019 - 2020, Graduation Lab Resilient Heritage Landscapes. In this graduation lab landscape architecture students from TU Delft explored the landscape assets of private and dispersed heritage properties and developed design strategies to engage them in future-proof landscape development. The focus of the...
book 2020
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de Andrade, Bruno (author)
Esta pesquisa baseia-se na abordagem territorialista italiana que articula uma aproximação conceitual, metodológica e prática do patrimônio territorial, a uma participação multicolorida de crianças no contexto de Santa Leopoldina, um município de montanha do estado do Espírito Santo, no Brasil. Entre os cidadãos, aqueles que geralmente não são...
book 2020
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
The Netherlands has a centuries-long tradition of reclaiming land. In the last century gaining land from water peaked with the IJsselmeerpolders, made possible by technical innovations. The Noordoostpolder (1937–1942), one of the IJsselmeerpolders, is a unique example of a fully designed agricultural landscape of the twentieth century. It is the...
book chapter 2020
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Verschuure, G.A. (author)
Fifteen years have passed since the start of the national project New Dutch Waterline, presented as an illustrative example of a renewed approach of which spatial design was cross linked to heritage, for it described in the Nota Belvedere (Feddes, 1999). From 1815 until 1940 the New Dutch Waterline was one of the major defence lines, both a...
conference paper 2014
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Grün, E.C. (author)
The process of the phenomena of urbanization within developing countries in Latin America, such as Nicaragua, has increased the appearance of urban informality in the socio-spatial structure. Moreover, the lack of a clear planning framework has led Nicaraguan cities such as Managua, to an urban structure, which is no longer related to its...
master thesis 2013
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Jauslin, D.T. (author), Bobbink, I. (author)
In the projects 'Landscape Mirror' 2011 and 'Feed the Wind' 2012 students of the Master of Landscape Architecture of the TU Delft have made an interactive project that evolved over the course of Oerol, a unique yearly recurring festival on the Wadden-Sea island Terschelling for landscape theatre & art. Both designs are focused on making people...
conference paper 2012
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