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Mukkamala, Tapasya (author)
The phase “water, water everywhere but too much or too little” aptly explains the current situation of many global cities. Within the numerous challenges due to Climate change and Urbanisation, water ranks the highest as a risk to the society. This risk ranges from water related catastrophes like floods to availability of portable water to the...
master thesis 2020
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Chouairi, A. (author)
Transitional territories such as lagoons are among the most impacted and delicate environments, threatened by the combined effects of climate change and human action. This Master thesis in Landscape Architecture examines the Venetian Lagoon in North of Italy as one of the most endangered and critical cases, as the last extreme flooding event of...
master thesis 2020
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Qu, Linyu (author)
In the past centuries, water structures such as canals, etc. were important as a lifeline for a city instead of being a facility only for water. However, globally, cities are turning their back to the water. Despite their potential for urban development, many canals or watercourses are losing their identity in urban areas....
master thesis 2020
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Deuskar, Jui (author)
The city of Bandung is representative of the destiny of many cities in the tropical developing world. Demand driven population influxes combined with a lack of planning and infrastructure leads to massive problems of sustainability. The city faces the twin paradoxical problems of flash floods and the chronic lack of access to drinking water....
master thesis 2019
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Wang, Yilin (author)
Facing a lot of challenges brought by climate change, this thesis aims to explore long-term landscape-based solutions for the vulnerable low-lying area in Miami-Dade County to increase the adaptation towards Climate Change through the integration of flood impact mitigation and environment enhancement on spatial-social-ecological aspects. Public...
master thesis 2019
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RAO, Aditya (author)
Disaster prevention and coastal protection of Otsuchi have affected the livelihood and the daily pattern of lifestyle of the regular Otsuchian. This work represents the alternative to a typical top down prefectural level demand for a line based infrastructural solution to disaster prevention and creates the required importance of livelihood,...
master thesis 2019
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Janakiraman, Sindhuja (author)
Cape town stands at top of the most “water stressed cities” list in the world, like the other global south cities, it has disregarded its natural systems in its spatial planning and water management. This pushed the city to a Day Zero situation in 2018 implementing water restrictions on all residents of the city. But the scenario in the...
master thesis 2019
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ZHANG, XUDONG (author)
The research context is based on the problematic situations of urban riparian area (Miami River & Canal). With research by design as the main method, the research aims to retransform the riparian area from an isolated line into a closely connected urban zone through designing the river & canal as urban landscape infrastructure and...
master thesis 2019
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van Herwaarden, Elise (author)
The oil industry might be the most obvious system causing the North Sea to be a disputed territory in recent times. One of the main participants in this dispute is Norway: a country extremely wealthy, thanks to oil revenue. In oil’s supply chain, the Mongstad refinery plays a crucial role. Situated in a fjord in western Norway, it’s conveniently...
master thesis 2019
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Liang, Yuechen (author)
During my study of landscape architecture, I am always looking for opportunities how landscape infrastructure as the strongest approach to RE-activate the potential of derelict areas. Fascinated by existing precedent projects which are using a landscape approach to transform derelict areas into operative landscapes such as High Line Park,...
master thesis 2018
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Ma, Qing (author)
This project under the consideration of change of water by opening can deliver a dynamic balance of ecology quality, water safety and economic development.
master thesis 2018
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Chen, Junzhong (author)
“The ideal is seldom a choice of either/or, but rather the combination of both or all. One dreams of the museum and cabaret, concert hall and ball park within stones’ throw, but it would be as splendid if the mountains, the ocean and the primeval forest were at the doorstep.”- IAN L. McHARG<br/> <br/>Over 220km² of the UK’s land surface was...
master thesis 2018
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Moncrieff, Neil (author)
A possible consequence of the contemporary re-evaluation of Dutch flood and water management strategies could be a return to more naturalistic estuarine conditions within the Southwest Delta. This has the potential to re-animate natural systems and habitats as well as bolster cultural connections to, and across, this landscape. <br/><br/>But how...
master thesis 2018
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Streefkerk, Jelske (author)
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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Kanekar, Sahil (author)
The research focuses on developing a system based resilience strategy to manage hydraulic challenges related to pluvial and storm surge flooding in the light of climate change. The project embarks an ecological approach by conditioning landscape into a hybrid infrastructure of green and blue networks which operate across spatial and temporal...
master thesis 2017
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Zhai, Xueqian (author)
Urban highway, as a product of modern city, is one of the most important influencing factors that shape the contemporary urban landscape. It was built to ease the urban traffic pressure. However, the negative impacts on the urban space and the surrounding environment cannot be ignored. In the most cases, highway is widely regarded and treated as...
master thesis 2017
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Lin, W.Y. (author)
The thesis aims to explore the possible spatial transformation and design principles for introducing a landscape infrastructure that could facilitate the establishment of a new relationship between human and nature. Flevopolders in the IJsselmeer delta area is chosen as the site of study due to its unique natural and cultural settings, which...
master thesis 2017
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Chen, Y.S. (author)
This project explores the landscape potential of Taiwanese river valley in terms of integrating water and river management with urbanism within the context of a dense environment diversity as well as a highly sensitive and dynamic landscape. Taking one of the most illustrative river basin, Dajia River, the steepest river with the most water...
master thesis 2017
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Li, X. (author)
The border land has always been where a country ends, designated as the "End of the Plan". It also draws a line between people from different sides of the space. However, the introduction of the euro and Schengen treaty has brought us an opportunity for transfrontier spatial development which may establish a new relationship in the border land....
master thesis 2015
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