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Boas, Jolien (author)
This graduation project finds its origins in my fascination for cities and its atmospheres, which are endangered by the process called gentrification. Gentrification is the effect in which urban areas are renovated and upgraded causing for lower-income classes to be abandoned towards the outer city. Living in the inner city becomes only...
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Schavemaker, Marit (author)
This thesis project develops an inclusive design in between Hyllie, Holma and Kroksbäck, in Malmö, Sweden. An investigation of social and spatial processes outlines the ever changing society and urban space of Malmö within the large context of globalisation, migration and urbanisation. The city has been transformed from an industrial city...
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Rissik, Lisanne (author)
Amsterdam is densifying and is expected to grow to over one million inhabitants by 2050. The densification arise questions about the implications of the pressure on the existing urban fabric, like the public space, but also the urban responsibility of public health. Altogether, how can a densified public space stimulate healthy behavior in terms...
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Knappers, Lena (author)
This thesis project examined theories and practices of migration in Dutch urban space and observed that two tensions can be recognised. First, there is the tension between the dynamic nature of migration – migration as ongoing flow - and the rigid institutional and governmental practices offered as solutions. Second, a tension can be noticed...
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Guo, Ziyi (author)
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Jacobs, Milenka (author)
To revitalise the modern urban public spaces in the war affected areas of Rotterdam, this project uses the concept of 'play'. Play can be an effective method to deal with the diversity of actors that make use of public space today. By creating a common (play) ground - imaginary space in the designprocess; and mysterious interactive experiences...
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Hagoort, Jafeth (author)
In less densely populated areas and cities (like Maastricht) of the Netherlands vacancy is a social issue. Vacancy is caused by a decrease of demand for
shrinkage), creating an excessive offer of, real estate. This ´spatial shrinkage´ is related to the demographic and economic shrinkage that is characteristic of our times; a ´new reality´....
master thesis 2017
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Thyagarajan, Bhavna (author)
This Graduation project is an attempt to
understand how a “human dimension” approach to
landscape architecture can become a tool to invent
spaces for our future cities and to design spaces of
inclusion.
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Redekop-van der Meulen, Élan (author)
Though often successful in geopolitical and economical terms, the tendency to engineer infrastructures for ‘single purpose’ often resulted in disrupted landscapes and erasure of cultural and natural values (Strang 1996). Besides this, Tokyo deals with a wide range of problematiques, from the threat of earthquakes destroying its expressways and...
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Varpučanskis, Algimantas (author)
Giving away all the leverages of housing policy to the hands of free market created certain trends. Since profit started to play a main role in whole development scheme, high prices and short term thinking became the core issues. Market liberalization determined that real estate is produced with minimal resources and sold for the highest...
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Lagnefeldt, Johan (author)
Vedado is the western modern city grid part of Havana, soaked in a history of entertainment, casinos and mobster money which was halted by the "Triumph of the Revolution" in 1959. Currently a slumber town due to it´s lack of public space and social space which precludes a lot of Cuban activity which traditionally takes place in the public sphere...
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Kuijpers, Pien (author)
The upcoming years, the amount of elderly people is growing rapidly. Besides, elderly people are expected to continue living independently at their home. The number of places in nursing homes are limited because a lot of nursing homes closed their doors. Now, older people are dependent on themselves, their neighbourhood and connections. It...
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Mylona, Panagiota (author)
Agrinio, as a medium-size city of Greece, is suffering by the economic crisis that is infesting the country. However, besides the harsh phenomena that the country, as a whole, is experiencing - increased unemployment and illiteracy rates, poverty, brain drain, population migration, social exclusion, spatial and environmental degradation -, it is...
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Del Grandi, Isabella (author)
This graduation project is the result of the ambition of generating a public intervention in an extremely complex and challenging environment, translating in a space of mediation between different - social and morphological - realities, able to embrace urban fact in all its facets and contradictions.
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Liu, Yayun (author)
How to construct the commons with the power of play? How to reactivate leftover public spaces in central Bogota by architectural interventions that stimulate playful actions?

I shift my focus from buildings to the ground surfaces, and redesign them into a constellation of “2.5D architectural composition”. “2.5D” refers to an abstract...
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Shen, Elaine (author)
The essence of this project is actually the explanation and application of CSC approach. CSC approach is an integrative approach taking technical, social, cultural perspectives into account when developing sustainable water management, and because of the consideration of stakeholders, money is also one factor in this approach. The approach is...
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Ruan, Yijia (author)
The project started with the fascination of vanishing traditional living space in Shanghai, the Lilong and shantytown. The traditional living neighbourhoods reflect the historic socio-spatial network of the first spaces (Lilong, shantytown), the second places ( modern textile factories) and the third places ( streets, commercial streets, workers...
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Vink, T.V. (author)
Unregulated development is one of the core problems in post conflict areas. Current rebuilding and city planning face tremendous challenges regulating rapid development of the urban environment and reserving and preserving space for the public domain. The latter one has been often disregarded its importance. It has been found that public space...
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van Doesburg, K. (author)
This study responds to cities in the world focussing more and more on implementing a bicycle infrastructure. The bicycle infrastructure is often envisioned to make the city more attractive for the people (again), however a lot of the criteria to design for the bicycle infrastructure are left vague and (too) open for interpretation as ...
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Cerra, M.M.F. (author)
On September 16th 2015, Nepal signed its new constitution, which, among others articles, claims the federalization of the country, makes the nation secular and allows freedom of expression. This event represents a milestone and a glimpse of hope after decades of internal political instability and uncertain administrations, which even led to ten...
master thesis 2017
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