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Nguyen Ha Nhu, NN (author)
This paper is a humanities thesis on the reuse of non-monumental industrial buildings. <br/><br/>Industrial derelicts are the modern-day sandbox for architectural reuse and are celebrated for their hybrid assemblage. This was not always the case in the twentieth century and the early 2000s. The thesis aims to theorize on mass reuse to...
student report 2024
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Ekkel, Verne (author)
Places with high densities of people are characterized by an urban infrastructure dependent on the economically efficient movement of people and matter. Moving from one place to another as quickly as possible. In the history of Liège, economic material transfers have led to social transfers. The results are a rearrangement of the social...
master thesis 2024
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Gu, Tianyi (author)
Mismatched architecture is defined as architecture whose current situations don’t match their original settings during transformation. This mismatch manifests itself as a mismatch in form, function, and context, among others. Mismatched architecture is a self-adapting process of architecture and society, it gives us an insight into the...
master thesis 2023
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de van der Schueren, Paulien (author)
The project is situated in the neighbourhood of Bressoux in the post-industrial city Liege in Belgium. Bressoux felt at first as a deserted place. It gave the impression that only people live here because of financial necessity. The people with better jobs move away, the ones left behind seem forgotten and neglected. “The winner takes it all!”...
master thesis 2023
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Vink, Femke (author)
"Interwoven: Rethinking Work-Live Relations in a Post-Industrial Neighborhood" is a graduation project focused on the neighbourhood Bressoux in Liege, Belgium. This project aims to address the socio-economic challenges of a post-industrial city by reimagining the relationship between work and living spaces. By repurposing existing industrial...
master thesis 2023
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Chau, Ka Yee (author)
Liège with its post-industrial identity has a long history as an important manufacturing center in Europe for steel making and coal mining. However, the segregation between production and the city, has made the industry detached from the urban condition and the everyday life. Today, whilst new urban productive typologies were spotted in Liège...
master thesis 2023
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Yan, Anyi (author)
Due to global social and economic developments and the intensifying urbanization process, China's urban development is displaying a novel phenomenon of expansion and shrinkage oscillations. Cities dependent on natural resources are among those worst affected by China's urban shrinkage. Resource-based cities, which are essential to China's...
master thesis 2023
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Korpacka, Julia (author)
This work examines the critical theory of public participation through a case study of the post-shipyard area redevelopment in Gdańsk, Poland, interrogating the relevance of such processes in a context where cultural heritage is crucial, but there is also an urgent need for new development. This centrally located, (post)industrial waterfront has...
student report 2023
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Sit, Chi Man (author)
Public-participation in housing practice not only happens with architectural participatory notion, instead it was already exercised differently in the history of Amsterdam according to the governmental urban planning visions. To provide more insight for contemporary participatory practice, instead of interpreting architectural public...
student report 2023
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Della Pietra, Diana (author)
In our effort to control it, water in our cities has progressively been confined between lines, canalised or culverted underground, resulting in its gradual isolation and erasure from our sight and collective imagination. As freshwater availability and water-related hazards are brought to the forefront of sustainable development goals, the long...
master thesis 2022
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Krzyżanowska, Karolina (author)
Marketplaces are one of the most lively and magnetic spaces in the cityscape. They play a significant role in the history of the development of London, especially in the ‘long’ 18th century. Marketplaces have passed the test of time, reflecting on the socio-economic and urban changes and are still in use nowadays, to quote Ken Jones “we are what...
master thesis 2022
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LEE, Jacky (author)
The city of Trieste has been filled with ageing urban fabrics and abandoned industrial buildings due to obsolescence. Witnessing the decay of the city excusably provoked the pessimism of the locals as it made them conscious of the fact that their life and pride are degrading. The negative labels associated with decay inevitably seized the...
master thesis 2022
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Kopiarová, Dominika (author)
A fascination with obsolescence as an inherent landscape condition lies at the core of a project that thematically focuses on fundamental scientific inquiry in reference to the Big Science. It stems from the preconceived tensions between the notions of progress versus obsolescence and progress versus accident. <br/><br/>The former is a result of...
master thesis 2022
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SPYRIDONIDOU, PELAGIA (author)
The question of industrial buildings’ and complexes’ management has been a developing field of research and experimentation, especially over the last three decades. Despite the acknowledgement of industrial relics as factors that have largely contributed to the formation of regions’, communities’ and cities’ identity, in the 21st century there...
student report 2022
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Ponssen, Jasmijn (author)
The climate crisis will require far-stretching changes to our urban systems, also called a transition. However, the direction in which our society will transition is still deeply uncertain. To become less vulnerable, cities and urban areas need to increase their adaptive capacity, establishing an evolutionarily resilient region. Delta cities in...
master thesis 2022
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Marina Binti Mohamed Rani, Marina (author)
The Pearl River Delta (PRD) is a the watershed consisting Xi (west), Bei (north) and Dong (east) rivers located in the Guangdong Province in the South-West region of China. Much of the PRD area lies between 0-20m above sea level and the rivers from the mainland feed the delta with 340 billion cubic meters of rainwater yearly (Weng, 2007). Water...
master thesis 2020
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Sioli, A. (author), Wilms Floet, W.W.L.M. (author), Jennen, P.H.M. (author)
Engaging the example of the course “Binckhorst: A Palimpsest of Architectural Lives”—a master level design studio—this paper addresses issues of cohabitation and coexistence between past and current actors, activities and programs in Binckhorst, The Hague. It discusses explorative methodologies of analysis and design, that aim to create...
conference paper 2020
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Guo, Chang (author)
Parkstad Limburg is a conurbation of eight municipalities in South-Limburg in the Netherlands. It’s a typical post-industrial city on the coal mine belt which crosses Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. Due to the stop of coal mining this region lost its pillar industry and now is facing a series of problems of shrinkage in economy and population....
master thesis 2019
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Papadogianni, Eleni (author)
master thesis 2018
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Yang, Mingyang (author)
My research goal was to explore the possibilities of post industrial sites to transform them into green infrastructure by multi-scale approach, making them not only benefit the ecology system in city scale, but also urban environment in local scale, while remaining the industrial beauty of the site.
master thesis 2018
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