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Wenders, Stijn (author)
Trends of neoliberalisation and globalisation have led to the financialisation of housing on a global scale. This has led to the increasing deployment of state-led gentrification as a strategy for urban development, as cities aim to strengthen their position as nodes in the global economy. In the Netherlands, these trends have led to the...
master thesis 2021
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van Amelsfort, Thijs (author)
There is a growing need for social housing in the Netherlands, especially in urban areas. The construction industry faces the difficult task of quickly responding to this demand while also reducing the embodied carbon emissions of new buildings. A proposed solution to these tasks is constructing mass timber buildings, leading to cheaper...
master thesis 2021
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van Eijs, Maarten (author)
This graduation booklet shows the work that is done during the ‘Global Housing Graduation Studio: Addis Ababa Living Lab’. The goal of this project was to research and design housing solutions to improve the livelihood of Addis Ababa’s urban dwellers. Currently, Addis Ababa is facing the problems which are caused by the ongoing rapid...
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Grenestedt, Anna (author)
The prevailing matter of need for affordable housing in the time of rapid urbanisation and additionally, during the peak of the Anthropocene era, calls for new social, economic and environmental solutions to accommodate the rural-urban migration in Addis Ababa. As the city boundary of Addis Ababa is constantly expanding in the phase of its...
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Tilman, Anneloes (author)
The project aims to answer the following research question: How can the Dutch 80’s neighbourhood be densified in terms of housing and nature while enhancing and preserving in- and extrinsic values (if present) by taking the neighbourhood Hoptille as case study? Hoptille (1980) is a neighbourhood in Amsterdam Zuid-Oost and was a reaction against...
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Ruiz Carvajal, Federico (author)
Low-income gated communities have become increasingly popular in Bogotá, despite the contradiction that lies at their core: that life in a self-sufficient and closed type of housing is an unsustainable endeavour for a population that cannot pay for a privatised life. To navigate through this paradox, residents constantly negotiate those...
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Alkateb, Alice (author)
The Netherlands experienced a large influx of refugees over the past years, which peaked in 2015. Many of these refugees have recently had their temporary residency extended into a permanent residency. In spite of this, there is a disproportionately high percentage of unemployment among refugees and many experience a lack of social and academic...
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van den Broek, Jort (author)
Adequate housing has long been considered a basic human right. Trends of globalisation, financialisation and urbanisation are oppressing this right. Social housing is neglected by authorities and stigmatised by society. Local, low-income residents are dispossessed and displaced, and social housing is close to disappearance. London has become a...
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Messinger, Karl (author)
"NEW HERITAGE” The studio New Heritage focuses on the existing housing stock within Amsterdam Zuidoost: „Many neighbourhoods face social problems of liveability and demographic changes. Moreover, this housing, like all of our stock, should meet the future standards of energy performance, which leads to an urgent need for...
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Akinyemi, Tomi (author)
The Working Home Project seeks to create a social housing residential neighborhood that affords opportunities for financial betterment through the use of integrated workspaces. This project stems from an interest in people. How they live and interact with each other through exploring their likes and dislikes, their needs and wishes. To explore...
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Rocco, Roberto (author)
The article addresses the issue of how the coronavirus can give us clues on how<br/>to change our current views on informal urbanisation and radically transform the way in which we see social housing provision in Latin America. Despite the many ways in which informal urbanisation takes shape in Latin America, it is possible to generally assert...
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Çetin, Sultan (author), Gruis, V.H. (author), Straub, A. (author)
The concept of Circular Economy (CE) and its application in the built environment is an emerging research field. Scholars approach CE from various perspectives covering a wide range of topics from material innovation to city-scale application. However, there is little research on CE implementation in housing stock, particularly that which is...
journal article 2021
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Plettenburg, S. G.J. (author), Hoppe, T. (author), van der Heijden, H.M.H. (author), Elsinga, M.G. (author)
In 2015 the Housing Act was revised in order to further regulate the social housing sector in the Netherlands and thereby improve the steering possibilities for the central government to coordinate housing associations. This included local performance agreements for social housing policy obtaining a legal status. By introducing this policy...
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Habib, Morsal (author)
The year 2015 has become the year of migration. In total, around 60,000 people applied for asylum in the Netherlands, the highest number in the last 25 years. In addition, around 70 percent of this number has been granted a permit to stay in the Netherlands for an indefinite period of time (Dagevos &amp; Odé, 2016). Therefore, these refugees now...
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Klimczak, Magdalena (author)
The main subject of the studio is “Spolia”, that can be explained as: “the left-overs or &lt;&lt;spoils&gt;&gt; of a building, which find themselves back in a new structure”[1]. The use of spolia can be economically, ecologically or aesthetically motivated[2]. However, the remains of the previous buildings are not only actual, physical elements...
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Maas, O.P. (author)
Social housing corporations in the Netherlands have a limited ability to influence the social housing market through offering houses to households outside of the regular waiting-list system, but often do not use an algorithmic strategy for utilising this freedom well. There is thus an open question of whether there exist algorithmic approaches...
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Míková, D. (author)
A solution to the urgent need for new urban housing that could translate current social cultures to the physical environment is essential to avoid further ghettoisation and provide sufficient accessibility of amenities, infrastructure and employment. Seeking the balance between resiliency and efficiency at a low environmental cost requires...
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van Weerdenburg, K.A. (author)
The focus in Northeast Midtown on a highly lucrative and luxurious housing market resulted in a severe shortage of affordable apartments. This project shows that it is possible to develop affordable housing in Manhattan. Increased apartment density, combined with new amenities, provides the neighborhood with spaces to live, work, teach, and...
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Phan, T. (author)
Our society is expanding and in response to this, cities are undergoing transformations. The pluralism of an individualized society, relating to one’s own needs and desires, is perceptible in the way we dwell in the city. However, this doesn’t mean that a larger cohesive (social) structure isn’t essential. Indeed, Brussels, the capital of the...
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Costarelli, I.S. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Mugnano, Silvia (author)
Governments’ attempts to link the provision of welfare services to (more) responsible self-conduct of citizens (i.e. responsibilization) is seen as a distinctive feature of the post-welfare state. Responsibilization often requires welfare receivers to comply with specific duties or behavioural patterns (i.e. conditionality). Except for UK-based...
journal article 2020
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