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Lanzini, F. (author)
Blockchain Technology has gained popularity in recent years and one of its most promising applications is in Supply Chain Management. The visibility enabled by distributed ledger technology can empower Real-Time Tracking of Products (also referred to as the ‘Holy Grail’ of logistics), a faster and leaner Global Trade, and automatic controls with...
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van der Drift, B. (author)
The essence of the program and of its articulation resides in the duality which exists between the plinth of the block and the tower. The plinth volume, of a pedestrian scale, dedicated to the productive city and the community facilities, forms a base for the existing building. Small scale production spaces which surround a courtyard, construct...
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Zhang, Q. (author)
China is facing the dual challenges of urbanization and motorization(Jing, 2008). The poorly organized urban centers and traditional residential planning are unable to meet the increasingly diverse demand of people. To solve these problems, the TOD model and the emerging community living circle are being favored by policy makers. Promoting urban...
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Kannekens, E. (author)
Currently cities are becoming more densified, resulting in overpopulated areas with fewer green spaces. Together with this rising health care expenses caused by mental health and current environmental design questions such as water nuisance, heath island effect, densification demands and creating a healthy living environment, leads to...
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Altena, R. (author)
Increasing lack of space in the Netherlands drives us to new interpretations of the multifunctional building. To reduce vacancy and increase effective use of existing buildings the Bruggebouw-Oost in The Hague is transformed. The integration of multifunctional concepts in the design of this building results in a new relation between functions....
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Subačiūtė, S. (author)
Ethiopia alone is one of the most rapidly growing countries not only in the continent of Africa but also in the whole world. The country is populated by almost 110 million inhabitants and only 20% of the whole population is living in the cities. Over 65% of the population from rural areas have started to follow the migration patterns from rural...
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Ristanova, D.M. (author), Vryza, P. (author)
The graduation project wants to define some activity points and events capable of creating social integration. The key to their meaning and success will be the use and the appropriation that the communi¬ty itself will make of them. According to Jane Jacobs the ‘everyday life’ space is ba¬nal and repetitive; however, its dynamism is determined by...
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ZHOU, Y. (author)
An alternative proposal for the densification needs of Gerji site in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The design itself is systematic and highly flexible, on a larger scale, it could be an example of a gentler way of deification that is caring for the people involved.
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Chen, B. (author)
A community for young people to settle down in the city, where they can meet friends and enjoy a happy balanced life. It provides living facilities with quality as well as possibilities for social life. A natural controllable indoor climate and a flexible structure system are integrated within the design which achieves good integration of the...
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Phan, T. (author)
Our society is expanding and in response to this, cities are undergoing transformations. The pluralism of an individualized society, relating to one’s own needs and desires, is perceptible in the way we dwell in the city. However, this doesn’t mean that a larger cohesive (social) structure isn’t essential. Indeed, Brussels, the capital of the...
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Siritip, N. (author)
This project is a part of the Complex Projects Graduation Studio, "New York Midtown", it explores the possibility of introducing a new workplace typology within an industrial waterfront of Clinton piers as a way to respond to the changing landscape of work of the 21st century New York and the revitalization of the waterfront in the previously...
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Ho, Pik Lam Theodora (author)
Semarang is one of the biggest cities in Indonesia under the process of urbanisation, which threatens the underdeveloped capacity of the city. Street vendors booming is an evident phenomenon of urbanisation, it is a new way of urban living to survive in the urban capitalist growth circumstances. Being the majority of the informal sector, street...
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Meko, Yadie (author)
The main objective of the project “Addis Ababa Living Lab” is to improve the livelihood of Addis Ababa’s urban dwellers using transdisciplinary approaches of analysis, planning and design. The approach incorporated in-depth understanding of social, economic and technological needs of the inner city neighbourhoods. To achieve this goal, the...
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Marciniak, Szymon (author)
The master thesis focused on the exploration of shared-living models in relation to use of circular economy principles within the architectural design of housing. Case study of the implementation of researched strategies on the scale of a neighbourhood located on post-industrial site of Suiker Unie Terrein in Groningen.
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de Jong, Ben (author)
Social well-being in the workplace is linked to the quality of relationships between co-workers. This project began by examining the affects of the flexible office (flex-office) at Delft municipality focusing on the relationships between co-workers and their feeling of relatedness, and continued with designing to enhance this feeling of...
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Neijmeijer, Nout (author)
Dynamic pricing can be used for better fleet distribution in free-floating vehicle sharing (FFVS), and thus increase utilization and revenue for the provider by reducing the supply-demand asymmetry. Supply-demand asymmetry refers to the existence of an undersupply of vehicles at some locations at the same time as underutilization of vehicles at...
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van Dortmont, Tim (author)
Within this graduation project, the qualities and potential of bioluminescent micro-algae will be explored with the use of the Material Driven Design Method, as described by Karana et al.(2015). This project aims to provide designers first insights in the behaviour of the bioluminescent algae by looking at the relation between movement and light...
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Ezink, Jeroen (author)
A living environment designed for elderly people and elderly people with dementia. If the residents, the elderly people, gets dementia they will be able to continue their life in the same, trusted living environment, without moving to other living environments.
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Remmelts, Louise (author)
Many people do not see waste as a necessity, not being able to see that it has become an unavoidable part of our daily lives. Everything we do involves waste and even in seconds the things we use are considered as waste. The design of a waste facility in a high-density work-live area can create more awareness about waste management and material...
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Enzio Pozzi, Leonardo (author)
The Individual household will represent almost 75% of the household increase in the Netherlands in the coming years. This lead to an increase in the sense of isolation among citizens of all ages. Therefore, there is the urge of housing, specifically designed for this target group, which avoid isolation and foster social interaction. Additionally...
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