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Streefkerk, Jelske (author)
master thesis 2017
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Đondraš, Marina (author)
A landscape architecture graduation work, dealing with drastic change in an urban area facing the risk of a major disruption, which calls for adaptive solutions for resilience. From adaptability theory two forces are derived that guide an analysis towards a solution for an urban environment challenged by sea level rise; the revolt, the force...
master thesis 2017
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Redekop-van der Meulen, Élan (author)
Though often successful in geopolitical and economical terms, the tendency to engineer infrastructures for ‘single purpose’ often resulted in disrupted landscapes and erasure of cultural and natural values (Strang 1996). Besides this, Tokyo deals with a wide range of problematiques, from the threat of earthquakes destroying its expressways and...
master thesis 2017
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Chen, Y. (author)
This project explores the way of developing a better green infrastructure for Toronto to meet the needs of active aging. Regarding the senior population as umbrella species, the green infrastructure is thus defined as a green matrix consists of path, edge and corridor. Each component is designed according to its design principles made by author...
master thesis 2016
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Lyubimova, T. (author)
Thesis project is developed within the framework of the Flowscapes studio. It follows the strategy of a research by design. It explores solutions to the problems of urban fragmentation, lack of coherence and identity of urban environment from the perspective of landscape architecture. Authentic landscape is chosen as a hypothetical initial...
master thesis 2016
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Appleton, J. (author), Boas, J. (author), Chen, L. (author), Coskun, F. (author), Droge, J.P. (author), Hartman, N. (author), Jansen, S. (author), Kuijpers, P. (author), Le, J. (author), Scheltema, A. (author), Tran, L. (author), Wolters, E. (author)
Foresea is the result of course 'AR0148 - landscape architecture ON site' 2016, initiated by the section Landscape Architecture at the faculty of Architecture. Central aim of this course is to express the given site in a project at the interface between landscape architecture and landscape art, which will be performed during the Oerol festival...
student report 2016
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De Louw, R.M.J.G. (author)
The city is a cultural object. It is a place where social life reflects the values and habits of communities. Every city is characterized by centralities and marginalities, with specific socio-spatial concentrations of maximum significance, while others lack in value. The political landscape of Eastern Europe has dramatically changed over the...
master thesis 2015
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Jiang, M. (author)
The whole city Bratislava is blocked by mountains, country boundry and River Danube. The future focus is moving to its new city, Petrazaka. In order to active this area, the canal zone is chosen as design site. It is the central of Petrazaka, linking majrity esstential city sport. Design goal is to use landscape as infrastructure of urban public...
master thesis 2015
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Ding, Y. (author)
My research design starts from fascination of industrial landscape transformation. As a typical industrial city, Duisburg is facing the environmental, economic, social problems after the industrial depression. The research focus on integrating renewable energy into landscape design. Through the study of energy landscapes and green infrastructure...
master thesis 2015
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Meijerink, E. (author)
Design for a supplying structure for social processes on the fundaments of existing infrastructures in Varna, Bulgaria.
master thesis 2015
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Steegers, K.A.P. (author)
Deltas are of great importance to humans all over the world. They are densely populated coastal areas, where land arises from sea. An amazing gradient where two worlds meet and nature and humans proliferate traditionally. Yet this gradient increasingly disappears due to the great technical advances since the 19th century, which tried to control...
master thesis 2015
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Hoogland, M. (author)
Door het creëren van een bufferzone langs het Haringvliet ontstaat een dynamisch landschap. Dit landschap is adaptief aan ontwikkelingen in de toekomst wat betreft het openen van de Haringvlietsluizen (zoet-zout gradiënt, getij) en de toenemende hoeveelheden water vanuit de Noordzee en het Haringvliet. Het ontwerp is benaderd vanuit 4...
master thesis 2014
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Ten Brink, T. (author)
How to, a landscape architect, design with coastal natural processes? Coastal areas have stronger and more fluctuating natural variables than many sites in more sheltered areas. Understanding the past, present, and future form of these processes will allow the designer to shape a form and program that works with the site-specific...
master thesis 2014
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Lei, W. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Kounavi, M. (author)
The initial reason of the sheltering of a community, which is developed in what we nowadays call a city, was the proximity to the natural resources such as the water and the quality of soil and the geomorphological relief and etc. The contemporary city seems to lack of a positive relation between the urban context and the natural landscape in...
master thesis 2014
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Van Niekerk, E.A.J. (author)
This thesis translates the abstract concept of Metropolitan Agriculture into generic models that can be used as design tools for translating the concept into a spatial design. As an exemplary design case, the concept is implemented and spatially translated in the metropolitan region of Bucharest, Romania.
master thesis 2013
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Migliori, C. (author)
The hereby thesis research has been developed within the Graduation Studio “Energy Landscapes”. The Graduation Studio aimed to be a research-by-design investigation into the spatial implications of the energy issue. The objective was to guide thesis projects that could offer new sustainable energy landscapes, visualized in a combination of...
master thesis 2013
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Wilbers, J.J. (author)
master thesis 2012
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Den Besten, N. (author)
The invention of technology for land reclamation in the 10th century started a unique transformation in the delta. Sand plates were dike-ed and pumped and became polders. Examples of early harbor cities created on the dike-ring are Ooltgensplaat and Oude Tonge. These cities were founded at the main creek of a sand plate. The polders created a...
master thesis 2012
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Hamelink, M. (author)
Research Questions - How to design a recreational route through the Dutch Delta that generates awareness of the characteristics of the different deltascapes? - How to design a series of pavilions along a recreational route that generates awareness of the relation to water in the deltascapes? - How to design a pavilion that reflects the...
master thesis 2010
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