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Chung, Walter (author)
When studying Kowloon Walled City, existing scholarship evaluates its political, architectural, and social aspects separately. This paper aims to synthesize these three aspects and provide a comprehensive understanding to Kowloon Walled City, by examining the impact of British colonial history on the transformation of architecture and living...
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Beurs, Benjamin (author)
Public participation in building projects in The Netherlands is something which really evolved after the Second World War. Architects had a utopian vision for the city of the future, but the general population didn’t find modernist designs attractive and became sceptic of modernist design. On top of that, the nation’s post-war values of anti...
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Regina Tania Tan, Regina (author)
The paper investigates the social production of space in Taman Anggrek Mall, a luxury mixed-use superblock built in 1996 in Jakarta, Indonesia, through social media narratives. Once the largest mall and home to the first ice rink in Southeast Asia, Taman Anggrek Mall was designed to embody modernity and the consumerist middle-class of 1990s...
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Yu, Z. (author)
Metabolism as the avant-garde architectural movement in Japan, reflects the thinking for the future toward changes, new technology, and social resilience by the 1960s Japanese architects. The movement is deeply rooted in the Japanese Buddhist belief based on reincarnation and architectural tradition based on dismantling.<br/>From a functional...
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Schreinemachers, Flo (author)
The motive for this thesis lies with public buildings that were designed for a specific purpose and seemed to meet the wishes of their time and place, but the popularity of which declined, leading to demolishing or large renovations. The building that is being studied is the Babylon building in the Hague, a multi-functional building built in...
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Kim, Hyosik (author)
The purpose of this study is to analyze the historical development of Seoul Station's space and contemplate the current state.<br/>The history of Seoul Station began in 1900 and has since interacted continuously with the city. Through the Japanese colonial period, the Korean War, and periods of rapid growth, it has undergone dynamic changes. As...
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Karakoyun, Berkan (author)
Adaptive reuse can be defined in a multitude of ways, but in this case it refers to the renovation and revitalisation of a building or site into a new purpose brought forth by societal and urban needs. This concerns many different projects, yet this paper aims to explore the nature of post-industrial designs and how they may be developed into...
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Braakhuis, Pim (author)
The world is warming up, causing a rise in water levels. The Netherlands has a rich history in the field of water protection: throughout the centuries, the country has increasingly improved its defenses with the help of new techniques, technological advancements, and better regulated management. However, since the end of the previous century,...
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Emmanouilidis, Zoë (author)
This thesis conducts a comparative analysis of Michelangelo and Bernini's sculptures, urban planning works, and architectural works. Contrasts emerge in their interpretations: Michelangelo's David embodies Renaissance ideals of perfection, while Bernini’s David exudes baroque dynamism. Both artists drew inspiration from Greek sculptures;...
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Arents, Emma (author)
This research explores the evolving relationship between temple architecture and the temple community during Thailand's Rattanakosin period. It reveals insights into the nation's ethos and cultural richness. Buddhism, central to Thai identity, shapes communal life in Thai temples, or Wats. Admit three key case studies—Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Arun,...
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Niewiadomski, Jannik (author)
Embarking on a thesis exploring the transition of Brutalist university institutions in the Netherlands is a compelling endeavor driven by the intersection of architectural evolution, academic environments, and societal transformations. Brutalism, with its robust aesthetics and functionalist principles, has left an indelible mark on university...
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de Bok, Coco (author)
This thesis delves into the intricate relationship between art and propaganda in Soviet Russia. Placing art in her historical context. This thesis analyzes the key art movements within Russian Avant-Garde; Russian Futurism and Constructivism, as well as prominent propaganda Figures like Vladimir Mayakovsky and Gustav Klutsis. By examining the...
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Mosayebi, Puria (author)
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Tietzsch, Carla (author)
Diversity is a fundamental aspect of a rich urban environment while built spaces have substantial impact on human health and comfort. Therefore, meeting the diverse needs of all urban inhabitants is crucial for the endeavour to create a suitable urban environment. Increasing inclusivity in urban spaces requires the incorporation of a multitude...
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Jacobs, Farrah (author)
The allure of ancient Egypt has captivated minds for centuries, inspiring fascination with its rich traditions, remarkable architecture, and captivating art. The campaign led by Napoleon Bonaparte to Egypt in the late 18th century marked a pivotal moment in Western engagement with ancient Egypt. Prior to Napoleon's campaign, European knowledge...
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Bracken, G. (author)
Jakarta, capital of Indonesia (for now) was founded by the Dutch and is a venue for social and spatial experimentation, not to mention the corruption and mismanagement of post-independence ‘elite informality’ (p. 113), and the city is literally sinking under its own weight. Abidin Kusno’s wide-ranging yet in-depth study of the city and its...
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Hein, C.M. (author)
Flows of petroleum have shaped buildings, cities and landscape around the world on sea and land. This paper shows how industrially drilled petroleum and its refined products have played a major role in transforming the built environment over the last century and a half, in ways that are often not visible or recognized. Understanding the multiple...
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Luomaranta, Toni (author), Martinsuo, Miia (author), Ortt, J.R. (author)
Technological innovations are becoming increasingly systemic in the complex and interconnected world. The initiation and evolution of systemic innovations take time and include numerous challenges, and the mechanisms through which systemic innovations emerge in the interaction between different technologies represent a research gap. This...
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Leciñana, I. (author), Renart, J. (author), Carreras, L. (author), Turon, A. (author), Zurbitu, J. (author), Tijs, B.H.A.H. (author)
The main objective of this paper is to present a delamination benchmark test concept for composite materials that develop non-self-similar delamination in characterization specimens. The non-self-similar delamination is induced by rotating the loading blocks. The simplicity of the test allows for analyzing the loading mode history by...
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Tian, X. (author), Volkov, Oleg (author), Voskov, D.V. (author)
In this study, we present an efficient and flexible adjoint-based framework for history matching and forecasting geothermal energy extraction at a large scale. In this framework, we applied the Principal Component Analysis to reduce the parameter space for representing the complex geological model. The adjoint method is implemented for...
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