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Rizzo, Benedetta (author)
Architecture transcends the realm of mere sculptural aesthetics; it stands as a utilitarian discipline, one that extends its purpose beyond form to convey profound meaning, serve vital functions, and articulate powerful statements. In our contemporary era, we find ourselves surrounded by a crucible of challenges, a time marked by impending...
student report 2024
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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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Kappers, Lisa (author)
Citizen participation is a practice in the built environment practised frequently in construction projects to voice the opinions of residents. However, the participation process is not a standard practice in the industry yet. With the new Environmental and Planning Act of 2024, participation will be the responsibility of the private sector...
master thesis 2023
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van de Gaar, Remy (author), Heurkens, E.W.T.M. (author)
Private investment in and management of public urban space has been a subject of practice and debate in real estate studies and industry in recent years (De Magelhães & Freire Trigo, 2017; Le Clercq et al., 2020). Such mainly Anglo-Saxon endeavours can be explained by an continuous austerity era of government retrenchments in urban planning...
poster 2023
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Yu, Hsinko Cinco (author)
This study examines the issue of publicness and the practice of public participation in urban regeneration through municipal-led social housing as an approach to urban regeneration. The study examines the case of Taipei through the project process and deliberations to understand the communication and decision-making patterns of the project,...
conference paper 2023
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Huls, Frederique (author)
The use of citizen participation in urban regeneration projects in Western European cities is increasing. Particularly in Amsterdam, participation with regards to regeneration projects is stimulated by the city government. Although the literature shows that not all such participatory processes are of value to citizens, there is a lack of...
master thesis 2022
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Taremi, Peyvand (author)
The “traditional” high street that was once a distinctive element in the city’s historic urban fabric, is now slowly declining. This decline is further intensified by the insensitive development of its nearby leftover lands and the lack of investment in the public realm. This research is meant to support a new interpretation for the contemporary...
master thesis 2022
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Zhang, Peishan (author)
Young graduates are facing housing difficulties in the Chinese metropolis. The Chinese government published new policies to encourage regeneration of the land stock resources as affordable rental housing targeting young people. This study aims to explore how urban regeneration can benefit young graduates’ livability. Specifically, it...
master thesis 2022
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Yao, Xinqi (author)
<br/>The main object of this study is the migrant laneway, which refers to the old community in the city center that attracts migrant workers because of its low rent and good location. This kind of community in urgent need of renewal contains three aspects: spatial, social and the process of renewal. This study regards these three aspects as the...
master thesis 2022
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Spruijt, Benthe (author)
Rising city-life growth has resulted in a world population where the majority of<br/>people live in cities. However, cities are not yet prepared and designed for this<br/>increase and are confronted with a need for urban regeneration. The landscape<br/>of urban regeneration is next to social, political and economic sustainability,<br/>challenged...
master thesis 2022
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Mohamed, Abdelbaseer A. (author), Ubareviciene, Ruta (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Informal urbanism has been generally studied within social, econmic and political frameworks, yet little is known of how it performs in terms of urban vitality. The aim of this article is to better understand the urban vitality of informal settlements and how they can be improved by using a combined morphological approach that encompasses...
journal article 2022
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Kong, Tao (author)
This project addresses the many inhuman-scale superblocks that have resulted from the rapid urbanization of China over the past decades. These superblocks suffer from problems such as poor accessibility and a monotonous urban landscape. This project begins with a review of the development of superblocks in the West and in China, where...
master thesis 2021
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Jeronimus, Roos (author)
Amsterdam is a rapidly growing city with a high demand for new homes. Research indicates different initiatives and processes over the last years to densify the city and enhance the liveability in its neighborhoods. However, time has shown the injustice accompanying these proposals and the situation in several neighborhoods worsened over the last...
master thesis 2021
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Li, Li (author)
Chengdu, is a megacity in the west of China with a long history and a population of almost 20 million. It is one of the largest cities in China where the socio-cultural identity stands out with a unique local lifestyle. Also, it is a city facing overall urban regeneration since 2020, when the establishment of an urban regeneration system at the...
master thesis 2021
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CHA, MIN JU (author)
Cities are volatile zones that undergo a process of constant change and adaptation. (Wilson, 2020) Like this quote, cities are constantly changing. After development, it declines and regains vitality through urban regeneration. These cities are sometimes likened to living organisms. Cities that have lost their vitality and declined due to these...
master thesis 2021
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Todorova, Izabel (author)
Marginalised, dilapidated, deprived, often centres of crime, poor living conditions and even poorer life prospects. It is common knowledge that this is the reality of many urban areas in numerous mega cities and not only. Each developing country has struggled with uncontrolled urban sprawl in the rapid urbanization processes that commenced with...
student report 2021
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Baltus, Michiel (author)
master thesis 2021
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Rouwette, Patrick (author)
Aligning the urban environment to concrete urban processes, increasing the liveability, is one of the major challenges urban planners are facing. Adapting the built-environment to cope with soil sealing, climate change, the densification of cities with the ‘compact city’ concept and other urban demands, constantly pressure the quality of urban...
master thesis 2021
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Taraba, Judit (author), Forgaci, C. (author), Romein, A. (author)
The complex institutional, economic, and societal trends that have characterized the post-socialist transition in Central and Eastern European countries have drastically reshaped urban development. The case of Budapest shows that three decades of nearly exclusive market-driven urban policies have resulted in a variety of social, spatial and...
journal article 2021
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den Hartog, Harry (author)
In China, Shanghai often serves as a place to introduce and try out new ideas. This is certainly the case with experimental urban planning and design solutions and sustainability transitions. This article identifies and evaluates the role of pilot projects and demonstration zones along the Huangpu River. These clusters and zones are supposed to...
journal article 2021
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