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Lucasius, Leonardo (author)
Private cars are inefficient in terms of land allocation. Car-free neighbourhoods offer a solution to this inefficiency by enforcing less car-centric urban design, expensive parking fees, and prioritising more sustainable and space-efficient modes of transportation. Carsharing services emerge as an alternative to private car ownership by...
master thesis 2024
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Rubio Agulló, Carlota (author)
The Dutch government's 2050 initiative to transition all buildings from natural gas to sustainable heat systems underscores the critical role of stakeholder alignment in energy transition projects. Despite its importance, existing literature lacks a comprehensive analysis of the mechanisms required for effective stakeholder collaboration in heat...
master thesis 2024
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Grimbacher, Elena (author)
The current linear food system in the Netherlands has a negative impact on the environment, requiring almost ten times the biocapacity the country has to offer. The food sector plays a big role in generating this inequality - this overconsumption, and of the entire food supply chain up to a third of food waste is generated by the consumer. The...
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Tao, Y. (author)
The causal impact of the built environment on travel behaviours is a subject of debate. This debate especially concerns the independent effect of the built environment on the observed travel patterns after taking into account residential self-selection arising from pre-existing travel-related attitude. This study argues that travel attitude...
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Spoormans, L.G.K. (author), de Jonge, W. (author), Czischke, D.K. (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
Much of the building stock subjected to the upcoming European Renovation Wave is neither listed as heritage nor considered valuable architecture. This also applies to Dutch housing built between 1965 and 1985, more than 30% of the Dutch housing stock, for which there is no consensus on their cultural significance. Their successful renovation...
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Wuite, F.G.E. (author), Peng, Zhikai (author), Kim, K.J. (author), Lugten, M.C. (author), Tenpierik, M.J. (author)
This study aims to evaluate the impact of different urban building geometries (six courtyards, two canyons, two slabs) on heat mitigation and aircraft noise attenuation, in order to support an evidence-based retrofit plan for future airport neighborhoods. Using ’Pachyderm + ENVI-met simulations + field measurements’, we found that the slanted...
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Zoutendijk, M. (author), Mitici, M.A. (author)
Taxiing aircraft using electric vehicles is seen as an effective solution to meet aviation targets of climate neutrality. However, making the transition to electric taxiing operations is expected to significantly increase the electricity demand at airports. In this paper we propose a mixed-integer linear program to schedule electric vehicles...
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Schutte, Julius (author)
Climate change is happening, and the consequences of it are becoming increasingly visible. Climate goals have been set in the Paris Agreement to stop climate change. The goal in the Netherlands is to reduce emissions in 2030 by 55% and achieve net zero by 2050. <br/><br/>An essential element in achieving these goals is the energy transition....
master thesis 2023
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van Driesum, Joost (author)
This project investigates the potential for social integration, social mix, and social cohesion by densification in post-war neighbourhoods with Den Haag Zuidwest as a case study location. The current status of housing and public spaces in post-war neighbourhoods results in challenges regarding social segregation and social dissolution that are...
master thesis 2023
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Puh, Maurizia (author)
Ecosystem services (ES), the benefits humans receive from nature, increasingly come under pressure in Stockholm, one of the fastest growing capitals in Europe. To enhance the amount of eco-efficient area, Stockholm developed the Green Space Index (GSI). It is not known which areas in Stockholm might be particularly vulnerable in terms of ES...
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Meulepas, Jolien (author)
This research deepens the understanding of issues of mobility injustice, related to accessibility, in context of vulnerable neighbourhoods in peri-urban areas. Through the use of a case study of a vulnerable neighbourhood in the Hague Southwest, this paper aims to add to the understanding of the mechanisms underlying the causes (accessibility...
master thesis 2023
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de Jong, Jannine (author)
The world is changing, and the impact of climate change is becoming increasingly apparent. in our daily lives. The need for people to change their unsustainable behaviours is clear, particularly in vulnerable neighbourhoods where the effects of climate change are most pronounced. Not only are environmental vulnerabilities being exposed within...
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Hogenkamp, Laura (author)
The building industry is one of the most resource-demanding and polluting industries in the world. Therefore there is a need to apply the circular economy principles within the industry enabling the transition towards a circular built environment. This transition requires the reuse of building components. However current practice shows that only...
master thesis 2023
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Schouls, Margot (author)
In the last few decades, income inequality has globally grown. Over two-thirds of the urban population lives in cities where the income gap has widened. Especially in urban areas this has resulted in socio-spatial segregation.<br/>This is also visible in Vlissingen, a coastal city in the Netherlands. The differences between residential...
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Stuiver, Tom (author)
Loneliness and social isolation amongst elderly is becoming an oppressing problem and could even cause dementia over time. A worrying omen, especially when the growing dementia figures in the Netherlands are taken into consideration. A problem which is even more opressing due to the current- and future shortage of financial funding, healthcare...
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van den Berg, Ruben (author)
The pressure on water and energy resources, along with the transition towards new infrastructure, requires an integrated approach to achieve future-proof concepts. A nexus approach can contribute to this by including the interaction between water and energy. This is also known as a water-energy nexus (WEN). Furthermore, when considering...
master thesis 2023
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van der Straaten, Sem (author)
This architectural design project rethinks the socialist superblocks of New Belgrade. The project location is block 26, the last unbuild block of the nine central blocks of Belgrade. The project poses an alternative neighbourhood design on the microdistrict concept while embedding it in the surroundings with a focus on bringing people together...
master thesis 2023
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Taal, Jamie (author)
This graduation project searches for a framework for regeneration that integrates several core themes to bring about more social interaction in a post-war neighborhood like Moerwijk while at the same time densifying it. The result of the research is a constructed pattern language. The pattern language forms the basis of the framework for...
master thesis 2023
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Dragutinovic, Anica (author), Milovanović, Aleksandra (author), Stojanovski, Mihajlo (author), Damjanovska, Tea (author), Ðordevic, Aleksandra (author), Nikezić, Ana (author), Pottgiesser, U. (author), Deskova, Ana Ivanovska (author), Ivanovski, Jovan (author)
The article presents the potentials and capacities of extracurricular activities such as student workshops for strengthening existing curricula and introducing emerging specialised areas, topics, and challenges into architectural higher education. The specific objective of this study is to enhance and test different pedagogical models for...
journal article 2023
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Spoormans, L.G.K. (author), Czischke, D.K. (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author), de Jonge, W. (author)
Although attention for citizen involvement in urban development and heritage management processes is growing, both in practice and in research, the specifics of stakeholders’ interests have been less researched. This paper reveals and discusses the assessment by individuals and groups, to differentiate stakeholders, based on the heritage...
journal article 2023
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