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Hidding, A.J. (author)
The goal of the design studio is to formulate a design proposal for a 7000 m2 pavilion for the World Expo in 2025 in Rotterdam. The theme of the world expo is: where ambition turns environmental challenges into economic opportunities. The building industry is a large polluter, since manufacturing processes cause a lot of waste and has a high...
master thesis 2016
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Flis, R. (author)
Resonating Formations develops the strategy for integrating innovative and cultural industries as a collective web of connections. The aim of the project is to propose quality spaces that boosts interaction between users, thus propels the development of the urban area and individual living conditions.
master thesis 2016
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Roodt, R.J. (author)
The design-driven discourse in this graduation project investigates how architecture can be more intelligent by being able to adapt and transform to changing flow of knowledge. If architecture can be transformed according to this changing flow of knowledge buildings do not have to be destroyed as the building itself has become intelligent. The...
master thesis 2016
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Moeken, T. (author)
MSc 4 Hyperbody graduation project. The first step worked out into an architectural solution to enhance the development of Rotterdam south.
master thesis 2016
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Kornecki, M. (author)
Hyperbody graduation project. Bottom-up, generative design of a start-up campus with an additional focus on a climatic value (power-to-gas process).
master thesis 2016
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Mostart, A.J.D. (author)
The aim of this architectural assignment is to design a building that reconnects – both on a physical as well as on a social level – the port of Merwe-Vierhavens and the project location to its direct surrounding and to the city of Rotterdam. The goal is not only to inject a variety of program and functions – those of which are lacking – into...
master thesis 2015
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Thijsen, R. (author)
Provençals Transit hub is situated in Barcelona’s 22@ district, one of the last parts of the Cerda grid within the city center, being transformed to a more contemporary urban tissue. The project primarily deals with the new mobility model. Advanced infrastructure networks and nodes within this system will be the base and footprint for the design...
master thesis 2015
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Valk, M.N.B. (author)
The Technical University Delft has great ambitions for the future. Becoming a well-known university in the world is one of them. Therefore the TU Delft should reconsider the impression that they carry out of the TU Delft Campus. My site is located in the center of the campus, where the 80 -meter-high faculty of EWI (electronis, math and...
master thesis 2015
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Feng, L. (author)
The theme of Hyperbody this year is focused on Climatic Ecology. Based on this theme, I chose one site in Beijing, China to do my experiment. The site is surrounded by various land uses of neighborhoods and different kinds of users. Meanwhile, because of the existing traffic situation, the neighborhoods are separated from each other. These...
master thesis 2014
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Syriopoulou, G. (author)
In the not so distant future, depressed urban populations struck by the economic crisis in Greece will leave the urban centres and colonize the countryside, to work in agriculture. The project refers exactly to the social, economic but also philosophical implications posed by the return of the modern society to the landscape of the countryside...
master thesis 2014
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Bodea, I.S. (author)
CityPortUnit is an investigation into why and how architectural programs are created. Can our cities be seen as entities in synchrony, as nodes of decentralised networks and if so, how does this impact their response to changes in neighbouring or distant nodes? The project and research try to answer these question by proposing a link to...
master thesis 2014
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Guo, X. (author)
We are in a digital era , the development of technology will affect the architecture to a large extent , from design to construction, from management to using, everything would be changed. From this perspective, my project and its approach can be considered as a product that is generated by the digital social context.
master thesis 2014
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Pattinama, D.Y. (author)
Donald Pattinama'a graduation Project. Designing a transferium for the Almere 2.0 Masterplan using an abstract parametric machine. Hyperbody, non-stand and interactive architecture. Parametric and computer aided design.
master thesis 2013
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Rispens, L.J. (author)
A parametrically designed, non-standard historical & cultural centre, located at the NDSM wharf in Amsterdam.
master thesis 2013
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Ramakrishnan, H. (author)
The project would serve as a model in (architectural) academic circles as one that combines in-deterministic parameters such as culture, political and social; and deterministic parameters that affect spatial organization, such as the local environment, climate and built context. As an architectural/social experiment, it would serve as a model...
master thesis 2013
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Bhattacharya, A. (author)
The main research question posed the problem of embodiment and development of a self-sufficient eco-structure using performance driven computation techniques taking instances from environmental aspects like solar radiation and wind pressures. It is done in three interlinked stages – first being the urban and infrastructure level, second being...
master thesis 2013
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Polski, M.G. (author)
Reflection on open-ended and metastable architecture. Metastability is a term which describes the extended duration of certain equilibria acquired by a complex system when leaving its most stable state after an external action. The parameters of such "excited" system may eventually reach and hold stationary values (a metastable state) but then,...
master thesis 2013
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Papadonikolaki, E. (author)
The project deals with the creation of a new train station in Almere Pampus, which is now an empty undeveloped area, included in the Almere 2030 Vision. The first stage included analyses and criticism on the existing proposed context. The city of Almere is a relatively young city and up to today it serves as a “sleeping-city” for Amsterdam,...
master thesis 2012
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Skrimizeas, D. (author)
Part 1: Group work: Due to the uncertainty of how the Pampus area will actually be developed, during the research and analysis stage only solid facts were taken into account, such as the site in its current condition, the path of the train tracks, the connectivity and relation to neighbouring urban areas and the basic principles that the...
master thesis 2012
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La Roi, F.M. (author)
The amount of travelers from and to the Dutch city Almere will grow from 40.000 back in 2009 to 100.00 in 2030. This requires intensive infrastructural improvements to the current situation of Almere. One of the main improvements of the network will be the redesign of the central station of the city. The current station is situated around a...
master thesis 2012
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