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Song, Sijie (author)
Suzhou, with a unique urban fabric regarding the water-land relation, has been famous as a ‘water city’ in China for centuries. The intertwining of the canal and street systems creates waterfront spaces, which involve waterways, streets and buildings at the same time, forming the typical image of Suzhou. Additionally, throughout history, Suzhou...
student report 2023
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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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van Eijk, Anke (author)
Amsterdam is a city known for its vibrancy, tolerance and diversity. In the last few decades, the city has grown immensely and is expected to continue to grow in the coming years. Therefore, it looks across the IJ-river to redevelop its northern city part. The former harbour, industry and labour-class neighbourhoods need revitalisation after...
master thesis 2021
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Pradana, Reza Ambardi (author)
This research is dealing with the development of a new town in Hanoi, Vietnam. With many Hanoi new towns that are currently failing and on the brink of becoming ghost towns, this research aims to explore the way to design a new town that promotes urban vitality throughout the master planning process - not only in the design process. The main...
master thesis 2018
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Yang, Y. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Chen, Y. (author)
This project tries to redefine urban vitality in Taipei by finding out the physical indicators which compose the urban form and revising existing planning system to stimulate integrated urban regeneration. The most vulnerable communities resettled tenements are chosen as the research focus. The suggestions in this project improve current Taipei...
master thesis 2015
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Kong, P.Y. (author)
The city center of Amsterdam is growing. The Ringzone in particular, will function as the extension of the city center. In this context, the aim is to find a transformation strategy that allows the change of program and change of use of space; a strategy that bridges the urban with suburban, while sustaining existing spatial qualities and...
master thesis 2015
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Wang, X. (author)
Cities in China are embarked on ambitions plans to create renewed inner-city station areas, particularly evident after a series of redevelopment projects; these projects mainly focus on the development of transport infrastructures, rather than turning station areas into vibrant urban spaces. Therefore, a general lack of citizen’s daily...
conference paper 2014
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Van Faassen, W.D.F. (author)
This thesis discusses the importance and use of flexibility in urban planning and design in South East Asian new urban developments. It stretches the importance of a new balance between the stakeholders in order to create more resilient and sustainable urban extensions. In this way it tries to find answers to the question; in what way can...
master thesis 2014
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Zhou, J. (author)
Building new towns seems to be a rational approach that releases pressure from overly burdened large cities. This strategy was developed in Western Europe in the middle of twentieth century. Since the 1990s, the European new town model has been widely implemented in China. However, the author questions the feasibility of the large-scale, hasty...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Villerius, W.A. (author)
This graduation project is a practical research on the way light can be used within the urban context to create vital environments during 24 hours of the day. The connection of the lighting design with the urban design is explored with the goal of integration and regeneration of a disconnected area in the inner city of Brussels.
master thesis 2012
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Selezneva, E. (author)
The present research takes on qualitative issues such as urban vitality and quality of urban life from an angle of spatial centrality. The discussion is going around the two main concepts – the concept of urban vitality and the notion of spatial centrality and the footprint it leaves on the functional and structural organizations of cities.
master thesis 2011
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Deng, X. (author)
The ongoing urban plans and designs in China may have provided an improper model of making cities. They do not consider the complex nature of city and take little into consideration of the welfare of people. Then, the question comes, what is a proper model of building cities? A city serves as a receptacle of life. There are various lifestyles co...
master thesis 2010
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Yang, T. (author)
Two new rapid public transportations systems is coming out in the city of Hefei, the capital city of Anhui, eastern China, which is in its dramatically urban exploding process. Based on the TOD theory and urban configuration theory for researching on natural movement. This thesis proposes a cutrual and commercial center in the main station area...
master thesis 2010
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Pedal, M. (author)
master thesis 2009
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