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Walker, N. (author)
Mental health issues are becoming ever-more common in contemporary societies as urban landscapes are over-stimulating and stress-inducing. Studies suggest that lacking access to green infrastructure may be a fundamental factor. In post-industrial cities and health care systems, nature’s healing abilities are however commonly neglected and have...
master thesis 2020
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van den Berg, Job (author)
This graduation project is focused on a transformation of industrial heritage in Campus North in Hembrug, a former closed-off military production terrain on a peninsula in Zaandam. For a long time the terrain was used by the Artellerie-Inrichtingen for the production and manufacturing of weapons and ammunition for the Dutch army. After the...
master thesis 2020
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Bodewes, Rosaly (author)
Industrial heritage buildings are a significant part of the total building stock. Most of these buildings have a higher energy consumption. This means that it will have a positive impact on the climate when these buildings are renovated. Next to that, the vacancy of heritage buildings, especially industrial heritage, is increasing. In the early...
master thesis 2019
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Ceccacci, Camilla (author)
The project is a design for a community crafts centre in Antwerp. Researching the meaning of Institution in the Intimate City, the resulting project is one that conveys an atmosphere of intimacy through the notions of Geometry, Materiality and Identity, while being well insterted in the cultural, physical, historical, and temporal context and...
master thesis 2019
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van Bergeijk, Coen (author)
With the constant urge for progress that characterizes our society, there are bound to be some casualties. Disused and forgotten by the people not immediately involved with them, post-industrial areas are often left vacated and are quickly falling into ruin. Old factories, empty shopping malls, abandoned villages and creepy hospitals litter the...
master thesis 2018
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Alewijn, Nicole (author)
The world faces another energy transition. The fossil fuels era slowly transforms into the era of renewable energy. But what happens to the fossil fuel related industries. This project specifically focusses on the oil industry. Previous energy transitions in the Netherlands have given us much industrial heritage. The windmills of Kinderdijk, the...
master thesis 2018
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Bruinsma, Simme (author)
Everybody knows concrete.... the building material that ones meant the future. Imagine it’s most extreme forms. I’m thinking of Sovjet concrete sculptures! Brutalist Architecture! And then think about what it would take to break parts of these adement concrete structures down. That is what this project is all about. <br/>Welcome to ‘A Concrete...
master thesis 2018
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Pietersma, Elmer (author)
Due to the departure of heavy industry towards the west, many industrial waterfront buildings have lost their function within the harbour area of Rotterdam. One of these buildings is the Katoenveem. <br/><br/>The building in question is a storage and transshipment facility designed specifically for cotton. It is a longitudinal building which...
master thesis 2018
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Yi, Xihao (author)
The former cotton warehouse of the Katoenveem, which is located at the end of a pier within the Rotterdam harbor area, is a listed architecture monument for the cotton industry in the early 20th century. However, the building is no longer in use and decaying in the strong winds and rains now.<br/>There is a clear disconnection of time and space...
master thesis 2018
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ten Katen, Govert (author)
The Landbouwbelang Building in Maastricht is located on the western banks of the river Maas. As an important part of the cultural heritage of Maastricht, this building shows the historical relation between the city and the river it is named after. The old warehouse has large industrial cranes dominating the riverfront. Graffiti covers the...
master thesis 2018
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Slager, Hester (author)
Santos is a warehouse from the beginning of the 20th century, that has been vacant for most of its existence. Located on Katendrecht, it is placed right in the middle of a future high-density plan for 'de Pols', which focuses on attracting urban creators. By turning Santos into a creative office, the thesis builds upon these plans from the...
master thesis 2018
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Dooper, Noelle (author)
The Manutenção Militar Complex (MMC) is situated along the river just outside of the city center of Lisbon. Within the industrial complex they produced food, uniforms and other goods for the Portuguese Army. Whilst the Portuguese Army reached 200,000 men in the 1960s, it is now reduced to 20,000 active soldiers. This meant that the factories of...
master thesis 2017
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de Lange, Laurens (author)
The thesis, consisting of a design for a ceramics centre in Maastricht, deals with two main themes: the urban institution and the local use of natural stone. Architectural research focuses on (in)formality and visual perception of historical domestic façades in Maastricht featuring natural stone. The results of this study are used as a design...
master thesis 2017
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Masmeijer, Daan (author)
This master thesis is part of the graduation studio named ‘Disclosing the Military City Lisbon’ as part of the chair Heritage and Architecture at the TU Delft. The studio assignment and project is initiated in collaboration with DOCOMOMO (International committee for documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the...
master thesis 2017
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van Lier, Jeroen (author)
The Manutenção Militar Complex (MMC) was an industrial facility that produced food, uniforms and other goods for the Portuguese Army. The first bakery was accommodated in a former Convent – Convento das Grilas – by the end of the 19th Century. During the 20th Century, due to the needs during the First World War and the Portuguese Colonial War in...
master thesis 2017
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Klinkenberg, Ruben (author)
The MMC was an industrial facility that produced food, uniforms and other goods for the Portuguese Army. During the twentieth century the complex was expanded. Whilst the Portuguese Army reached 200.000 men in the 1960’s, it is now reduced to 20.000 active soldiers. Gradually the factories closed and Manutencao Militar was finally substituted by...
master thesis 2017
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Byra, Monika (author)
The strategy of the design assignment on the masterplan level stresses the importance of the age – friendly design and the sustainability of the development. The main users (target groups) will be local residents (of various age) and the newly discovered social group: Active Third Age Generation - so called Young Seniors. The place of the...
master thesis 2017
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Barentsen, Nout (author)
On an old industrial site along the Tiber river, a extreme sport campus will reasteblish the interaction between city and river. By using inundation, the site will be activated and act as a entrance towards the Tiber.
master thesis 2017
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Dong, Jessie (author)
Having lost its productivity, MMC became isolated from its context. Most of its links to neighbour and region broke as a result of its changing role. A series of dilemmas<br/>mainly exists as social conflicts and spatial conflicts appeared around the<br/>border as result. However, as the carrier of social conflict in MMC and witness of colonial...
master thesis 2017
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Ntella, Alexia (author)
My graduation research started with the analysis of both the tangible and intangible values of the existing structure throughout all the different scales, starting with the urban and ending with the building technology scale. My research focuses on the functionality and more specifically the "tailor made" aspect of the initial design of the...
master thesis 2017
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