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Raaphorst, Berend (author)
Vacancy is and remains a serious problem in today's office landscape. Many spaces and buildings are unable to adapt to the modern knowledge economy is shifting towards. This project attempts to provide a solution for disconnected, vacant offices spaces, particularly through the integration of parametric architecture. The redevelopment of the...
master thesis 2019
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Xia, Nan (author)
The graduation studio is called ‘Adapting 20c Heritage’, and the renovation assignment deals with young heritage in Almere city. Almere is a planned city in the south-west of the reclaimed province Flevoland, and my graduation project is about renovation of the Beursgebouw, which is the first office building in Almere Stad. The Beursgebouw has...
master thesis 2019
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Mukhtar, Habiba (author)
Lelystad's first commercial area, Lelycentre, was originally intended to be the starting point of the planned city centre in the first phase in 1964, emphasising the connection to the fourth planned polder of the Zuiderzeewerken. Markermeerpolder's rejection in the 80's meant that the decision was made to develop the city centre elsewhere...
master thesis 2019
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Geiger, Sophia (author)
Monofunctional office areas in the Netherlands have been facing difficulties in recent decades. Obsolescence of buildings causes financial, social and environmental problems for owners, users, municipalities and society. As most office buildings are located in monofunctional urban areas, the problem of obsolescence becomes a structural one on an...
master thesis 2019
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Huijsmans, Simone (author)
Office vacancy has been a problem in the Netherlands for over decades. A large amount of the structurally vacant office metres can be found in monofunctional office areas – areas designed for offices only, focused on car users. A market shift in office demand has caused that structural vacant square meters in these office areas will not be...
master thesis 2018
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Zijlstra, S. (author)
Hoe de G4 de kantorenleegstand bestrijdt en wat gemeenten daarvan kunnen leren.
master thesis 2015
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Van Zeist, F. (author)
This research consists of 3 parts/scales, combined in a single methodology: 1. The regeneration and redevelopment of (structurally) vacant office buildings, preparing a base ‘support’ building for 2. A customized housing solution, answering the diverse requirements households have regarding their living conditions by giving them the opportunity...
master thesis 2014
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De Groot, J. (author)
The goal of this research is to explore the costs and benefits of different intervention strategies for vacant office buildings from a life cycle costing perspective. Taking into account the operating period of transformed office buildings provides insight in the actual financial result of transformed buildings compared to demolished and new...
master thesis 2014
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Von Brunner, S.E. (author)
Making the practical link between urban farming and office vacancy by transforming the Hofpoort with the use of urban farming into a thriving and successful building.
master thesis 2014
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Hilhorst, T. (author)
Office vacancy is a growing problem in the Netherlands. In the first half of 2012, office vacancy continued to grow to 7,62 million square meters, 15,4% of the total office stock. Demographic trends (decrease of the workforce), changing ways of working (telecommuting), decreasing immigration and technological innovations (continued automation)...
master thesis 2013
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Lokhorst, J. (author)
The Dutch office market is characterized by a large supply of office space and a high vacancy of 14,6 per cent due to a structural mismatch between supply and demand. On top of the normal and extended vacancy there is also an unregistered vacancy created by tenants and user-owners. This so-called hidden vacancy in the office market could be...
master thesis 2013
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Van Wingerden, R. (author)
The aim of this research is twofold. The aim is (1) to find common location characteristics increasing the risk of the occurrence of structural office vacancy, and (2) to design an urban strategy for an office district with high office vacancy in Utrecht.
master thesis 2013
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Koornneef, F.P. (author)
Almost 7 million square meters of office space in The Netherlands is vacant today. Conversion into housing is an often named solution, but is hardly ever put into practice because of financial and technical difficulties (location aspects not taken into account). On the other hand, standardization in office design can be seen as an opportunity in...
master thesis 2012
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Smit, M.E. (author)
Motivated by the increasingly noticeable amount of structural vacant office buildings, this thesis contributes to the existing literature of user’s preference to prevent structural vacancy. However, this thesis tries to shed light on the effects of different indicators (flexibility and partitionability) that influence the (physical) adaptability...
master thesis 2012
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De Koning, J.C.M. (author)
Office vanancy in Amsterdam Southeast has since the start of the millennium risen to an unacceptable level. Many square metres of office space have been vacant for years. What are the opportunities for the owners of this office space?
master thesis 2010
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