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van Bergen en Henegouwen, Loek (author)
The global population is ageing at a rapid pace, accordingly many countries implement ageing in place policies to prevent unmanageable growth of costs of institutionalised care settings. Like many other countries, the Dutch government also shifted towards ageing in place policies to reduce the costs of institutionalised care settings. Ageing in...
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Luijt, Tim (author)
There is a clear mismatch between the national ambition to reach a natural gas-free housing stock and the current ability of owner-occupiers to meet this ambition. This research aims to help resolve this mismatch between the national ambition and the opportunities for households to act in the gas-free transition. To do so, missing information is...
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de Roo, Ruben (author)
In the informal settlements of Indonesia the housing quality is of poor condition, but the community is strong. Especially the buildings that were build on the river banks are often in poor and dangerous condition. By introducing a new framework for building near the river, the overall quality of the kampong can be upgraded. The concept is to...
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Binnekamp, Bart (author)
Policy reforms in response to the crisis were initially expected to dampen future house price increases. Instead, the Dutch owner-occupied housing market has overheated not even five years after its recovery. As this could indicate a structural change in the housing demand of households, models were estimated using logistic regression analysis...
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Mathai, Hsoc (author)
By considering the forces and events that cause individuals and families to move from one household to the next, between the city and the country, between one country and another, this project examines housing in Ireland, seeking to understand how these events feed back into the design and provision of housing. Seven key moments are identified...
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Veldmaat, Lucas (author)
My graduation project focuses on making middle-rent homes in existing social rental homes in Amsterdam Nieuw-West, in which the amount of social rental housing is maintained. In Amsterdam there is a growing shortage of middle-rent homes for starters. As a result, people stay longer in a social rented homes while these homes often no longer meet...
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Tung, JUI-YING (author)
The project explores the idea of exhibiting animals both in literal terms – the zoo for instance as a space for the display and containment of animals – and as a metaphorical construct for architecture’s relationship with nature, with enclosures and with artefacts. The Bestiary is proposed as a new way of exhibiting animals and as a new program...
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van Stelten, Caroline (author)
The prognosis for Amsterdam is that the population will grow until almost one million inhabitants in 2040 which leads to the fact that densification is needed to house all these people. Another prediction is that migration flows will increase, which means that diversity still will be a big topic in the future. Nowadays Amsterdam houses many...
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Somé, Robyne (author)
Burkina Faso is a developing country that is in a demographic transition. Its diverse population with dozens of ethnic groups, each with its own values and traditions, is growing at an extreme rate and exemplifies the phenomenon of rapid urbanization. However, the current social housing programs exclude more than 50% of the population, living...
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de Boer, Thaïsa (author)
Collective dwelling design for the new urban middle income family. Attention is paid to enhance social interaction. The design forms a proposal for flexible and affordable family dwellings to keep the middle class in (the city center) of Amsterdam.
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Fattah, Jino (author)
Cities are attracting people increasingly because of the work opportunities, universities and wide range of facilities. It is estimated that the world population will grow up to 10 billion people by 2050 with the majority living in cities. In Europe 80% of the population will live in cities by that time (Food and Agriculture Organization of the...
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Faber, Liesbeth (author)
Social housing for refugee families focussing specifically on three aspects:
1. Designing suitable housing for families within the typology of the gallery flat,
2. Designing for refugees: social and spatial needs of this target group
3. The multicultural floor plan: what can different dwelling cultures add to the standard Dutch...
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Berkhout, Rosanne (author)
In order to counter climate change many approaches have been taken to make
the building sector more sustainable. But for porch houses there aren't many
solutions on the market. This research project uses one of the approaches that
is does focus on porch houses, 2ndskin. In march 2018 a demonstrator project
has been build in...
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Zheng, Xiangyu (author)
The project is an elderly housing in Heerlen, the Netherlands. Since the elderly are vulnerable to climate change, It's aimed to offer them more options of social interaction by providing suitable climate for different functions. The rich climate hierarchy corresponding to spatial hierarchy is the key. Instead of common interior and exterior...
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Borremans, Luuk (author)
Developing and testing an approach to the densification of Indonesian inner cities that grows from the values of shared heritage to create a synergy between its formal street and urban kampong structure
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van Beek, Laura (author)
In contemporary society, a large part of the housing stock for people with autism focuses on living with house mates and in-house support (Berger et al., 2005). It seems, through several extensive questionnaires, that 65% of those individuals seek another housing situation, namely independent housing of some sort (Begeer et al., 2013). Design of...
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Zanetti, Erik (author)
To date, an unprecedented number of 65 million people around the world have been displaced. Of this, 25.4 million are refugees. In Europe, almost three million people claimed asylum in the EU between 2015 and 2016. However there has been relatively little discussion within the architectural community as to how architecture should engage with and...
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Summers, Ben (author)
This paper researches the formation of the Swedish variant of cohousing (kollektivhus) by examining the ideas and cultures which inspired it and asks the question: what has been the contribution of the architect within this history?
Re-writing the script for life at home has been a collective task involving many agents of change and, perhaps...
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Knoester, Marloes (author)
In the city of Casablanca, informal adaptation to the build environment are made on a daily basis. This shows the beautiful capacity of the users to adapt their environment to their own needs. Nevertheless in the need for more space, core qualities of architecture like light and ventilation can be compromised. In this research and design project...
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Piethaan, Willem (author)
In the past decades Mumbai has experienced a huge increase of citizens who, drawn by the economic opportunities of the big city, come to Mumbai for chances of a better life. The city is struggling with the effects that this has on the city. A big part of its population reside in informal settlements, living under impoverished circumstances. This...
master thesis 2018
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