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Groen, Dennis (author)
Several areas in the Netherlands are considered vulnerable. These areas have poor livability and safety. Creating safe space is about improving the perceived safety and livability in neighborhoods by designing spatial interventions. One of these vulnerable areas is Rotterdam South. In Rotterdam South, Hillesluis is perceived by the inhabitants...
master thesis 2023
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Leclercq, E.M. (author), Smit, M.J. (author)
In Circular Communities, pioneering, collectively supported initiatives that are aimed at closing resource cycles at neighbourhood level take a central position. They are all examples of initiatives that contribute to the transition to a circular economy. For the analysis of these different circular initiatives, the researchers – urban designer...
book 2023
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Zhu, C. (author), Leung, Chloe Oi Ying (author), Lagoudaki, Eleni (author), Velho, Mariana (author), Segura Caballero, N. (author), Jolles, Dietsje (author), Duffy, Gavin (author), Maresch, Günter (author), Pagkratidou, Marianna (author), Klapwijk, R.M. (author)
Empirical interdisciplinary research has explored the role of spatial ability in STEM learning and achievement. While most of this research indicates that fostering spatial thinking in educational contexts has the potential to positively impact students’ enrollment and performance in STEM subjects, there is less agreement on the best approach...
review 2023
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Hartman, Samuel (author)
In a world of rapidly rising numbers of forcibly displaced people, most refugee/IDP camps are designed as short-term shelter facility when no alternative is available. However, the average time a United Nations (UN) planned refugee camp functions, is seventeen years. This temporal disparity is not necessarily a problem on its own, however during...
master thesis 2021
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Fons, Francien (author), López Silva, Hugo (author), Boendermaker, Joaquim (author), Vuyk, Marit (author)
The Earth is currently coping with global warming as a result of human behaviour. One of the causes is plastic, namely not only the production and transportation of plastic, but also the spillage is extremely damaging for the environment. Some awareness has already been raised and some actions have been taken but this is not enough to turn the...
student report 2021
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Lugten, M.C. (author)
The graduation research focusses on mitigations in the built environment abating aircraft noise which can used by urban planners, designers and policy makers operating in airport regions. Aircraft noise is an issue for airport regions as it forces building restrictions upon aircraft noise exposed areas (e.g. for Schiphol and the Amsterdam...
master thesis 2014
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Van Langelaar, C.M. (author)
We all have walked on a street when suddenly someone comes over to you asking for directions. Sometimes, people do not know where they are and they do not know how to reach their destination. They are lost. However, people should not depend on others to find their way. The urban fabric should be legible enough to find one’s way. The problem...
master thesis 2011
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Peppelenbosch, M. (author)
This research gives a new approach for the transformation of the 'bloemkoolwijken' in the Netherlands. Whereby a set of spatial interventions is developed to update the 'bloemkoolwijken' on the neighbourhood and street scale level.
master thesis 2011
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