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Ingielewicz, Katarzyna (author)
Today, Istanbul’s urban spatial structure has been dominated by three phenomena: informal housing, uncoordinated and uncontrolled urban intensification, and mass housing projects. It stands out particularly in the case of Kayabaşı neighborhood located on Istanbul’s Western periphery. Rigid, orthogonal layout of each group of blocks gives a dose...
master thesis 2023
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Caradonna, Gabriele (author)
to Secchi, cities worldwide are facing a New Urban Question,<br/>which entails the problems concerning social inequalities that go together with<br/>spatial injustices in our cities along with the issues related to climate change<br/>and the idea that mobility should become a right for every citizen. These social<br/>discrepancies are visible in...
master thesis 2021
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Huang, Hao (author)
The core-periphery structure is a mesoscale topological structure that refers to the presence of a dense core and a sparse periphery. The core-periphery structure has been discovered in financial, biological, and technological networks. Various methods for detecting core-periphery structure have been proposed, exploring different discrete or...
master thesis 2021
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Bohun, Simon (author)
The urban periphery of Vienna is becoming increasingly dense and its population increasingly diverse. These rapid changes contribute to new conflicts and political polarization. Inclusive spaces can help democratic and diverse societies to deal with these challenge. However, no comprehensive model of centrality has emerged in the periphery until...
master thesis 2021
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Marcou, Benoît (author)
The island of Ada Ciganlija is a popular destination for residents of Belgrade and surrounding cities wishing to engage in leisure activities in a domesticated natural environment. The intensity of use of this territory changes every season and so does its density of residents.<br/>In this context, the proposed intervention explores the...
master thesis 2021
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Fries, J. (author)
This thesis has two main subject areas: 1) Peripheries/rural areas, more specifically those that have been in decline for a long time. Their problems have recently gained another level of urgency with the territorially-bound emergence of populism in European democracies. The specific expression this typology takes within the region state of...
master thesis 2020
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Boersma, Anneleen (author)
As cities keep growing, peripheral areas are prone to becoming a playground for rapid developments. City governments seem to use it as a cupboard space for the storage of buildings and structures which they need, but do not want in the city-centre. In the process existing fabric is destroyed to be replaced by new alien structures.Therefore this...
master thesis 2020
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Mattila, Hanna (author), Purkarthofer, E. (author), Humer, Alois (author)
Economic geographer Andrés Rodríguez-Pose argued recently that declining peripheries are increasingly becoming ‘places that don’t matter’ in the formation or implementation of national or European Union (EU) regional policies. In turn, this might result in a triumph of populist anti-establishment movements in peripheries, posing a threat to well...
journal article 2020
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Papasimakis, Konstantinos (author)
''Post mortem Dystopias'' focuses on the post human condition in the periphery of the City, following the growing trends of automation. In this project, dystopia is understood as subjective term defined every time by place, time, subject and its conditions. It concerns a non linear narration of a possible future history of Chitila, Bucharest,...
master thesis 2019
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Albers, Cateau (author)
Amsterdam is dealing with a discontinuity between a gentrified urban centre and a disadvantaged periphery, caused by the presence of different spatial concepts. The centre follows the concept of centralisation and therefore has fine grain, marked by the richness of connections between the different scaled grids. Centrality happens on the streets...
master thesis 2018
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Konecka, K. (author), Niculescu, I. (author), Setas, M. (author), Wu, C.T. (author), Grosso, L. (author)
Research Booklet Studio Border Conditions
master thesis 2012
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Wu, C.T. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Xiaoyan Li, X. (author)
Knowledge economy will be the number one force driven urban development in the next 100 years. According to R. Knight (1995), there are 6 different kinds of knowledge base of cities: technology, commercial, industry, administration, art and culture, and creativity in culture. What I tried in this thesis is to combine all these knowledge base...
master thesis 2009
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Schaasberg, J. (author)
The border between a city and its surrounding landscape comes in all kinds of forms. It is hard to say if one is better than the other. But can they help in orientating in the city? The cities of Flanders all have a very vague transition to the landscape. In the past the government has always stimulated the people to move into the countryside,...
master thesis 2009
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