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van Genuchten, Eva (author)
The Dutch government has decentralised many welfare state tasks to municipalities, because social support is best given at a local level, close to the people who need the support (Rijksoverheid, n.d.). However, for Dutch municipalities this means more responsibilities with less resources and consequently a different, more collaborative way of...
master thesis 2018
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Malhotra, Harsh (author)
The motivation for this project, comes through personal experience of being raised in the city of Delhi. The city which ones was known for its plush gardens, old markets and famous public squares. The economic liberation of 1992 and unprecedented growth made Delhi victim of its own success. The lack of vision on part of understanding migration...
master thesis 2018
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Koelman, Eline (author)
Project background
Insurance company Achmea and consulting and IT services company Accenture commenced a collaboration in the fall of 2015 in an attempt to address burglary damages in social housing apartments. This project was called ‘Homies’. In order to achieve their goal of reducing burglary costs, the Homies team created a concept for...
master thesis 2017
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van Zoest, Simon (author)
master thesis 2017
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Babes, Vincent (author)
This project aims to build a spatial method to assess the impact of automated vehicles (AV) on liveability in the urban environment. The method is based on the tools of scenario construction, transect analysis and urban section, and is tested in the Rotterdam The Hague Metropolitan Region (MRDH). The goal of the method is to enable the urbanist...
master thesis 2017
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Disco, M.C. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Cornelissen, L. (author)
This graduation project is called ''green BlUE capital: Enhancing the quality of life by implementing climate adaptable solutions in the densely populated existing city of Nijmegen.'' This project describes the transformation of existing cities such as Nijmegen in order to cope with the change in climate, with a main focus on stormwater...
master thesis 2016
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Dieleman, I.M. (author)
It is expected more cities in Europe are going to encounter shrinkage because of changing demographics. Shrinkage can also occur because of a negative migration balance. When a city shrinks, municipalities take measures on the urban hardware, software and mindware in order to maintain the liveability for the remaining residents. This research...
master thesis 2016
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Hu, X. (author)
In post-disaster reconstruction process, the physical aspect, such as shelter, food, medical service, etc. always attract great attention, whereas the psychological impact, which is of great significance as well, is among the lower hierarchy (Pynes and Tracy, 2007). This master thesis aims to build the connection between the built environment...
master thesis 2016
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Eidukeviciute, A. (author)
Facilitating migrants' adaptation process in a typical industrial neighbourhood in Shenzhen through activating spaces, which non-verbally encourage to create ties within the community and the locality.
master thesis 2015
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Kritsioudi, M. (author)
The present thesis project makes use of the idea of a clear demarcation between public and private space as the key element to deal with the conflicting social environment of the Schilderswijk, The Hague. The project is approached and illustrated in various scales; from neighborhood scale until the level of the residential entrances. Main aim of...
master thesis 2015
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Hepworth, J. (author)
This master thesis is the final documentation of the graduation project “Laatiepleinzijn: Design for liveability” assigned by the Laatiepleinzijn initiative and the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology. It describes the design of a product-service system that enables inhabitants to improve local liveability....
master thesis 2015
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Verhaak, E. (author)
The modernistic 'Stempelbouw' design for Kanaleneiland-Noord is the cause for many liveability problems nowadays. CIAM's ideology for the seperation of space and the emphasis on light, air and space can be traced back in this neighbourhood and result in a design which is too spacious, where people are barely able to regulate their privacy and...
master thesis 2014
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Lin, H. (author)
Nowadays, many Chinese cities like Shenzhen are experiencing intense spatial transformation. Downgrading neighbourhoods are being replaced by high-end housing, shopping malls and office in order to promote economic growth. The former socialist public housing is one of the redevelopment hot spots. However, such land-based development focuses on...
master thesis 2014
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Waaijer, S.B.L. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Angkotta, Y.T. (author)
A railway station is one of the most important elements of modern cities. The station is of vital importance to shops and other economic functions in the city centre because of the constant flow of people going in and out of the city. At present, many Dutch cities saw the necessity of redeveloping their railway station environments. Every...
master thesis 2013
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Bonnike, M.M. (author)
master thesis 2011
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