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Huijsmans, Martine (author)
In this graduation project I propose that the urban voids found in Bogotá are a key resource for the development the city in the coming years. Through the surface-based method of field intervention the project explores how these voids, and their hidden qualities, can be recycled into the urban system.
master thesis 2018
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Pantoja Navarro, M.A. (author)
At the Chilean city of Iquique, the decline of the significance of public space is attributed to the reduced availability and functions attached to it,at the same time to the ongoing desire to control the own space (market oriented development).This project aims to deal with the fragmented city, as a result of the influence performed by the...
master thesis 2015
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De Ronde, W.R. (author)
Graduation project the urban sculpture is a proposal to densify the urban emptiness within the Sint-Jacobsplaats while dealing with the fragmented patch work of buildings and integrating a hybrid flexible program within a unifying building skin.
master thesis 2014
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Tsaparoglou, A.T. (author)
The city produces spaces that could be termed as voids, due to a momentum of a design which tends to fill with clear functions and meanings each corner of it. As the city develops, within the limits of it appear as an integral part, spaces that lack of a clear role. Their meaning is continuously open to the formulation and often emerges ...
master thesis 2012
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Keshan, S. (author)
The main problématique of the site -Ciudad Juarez and the graduation studio was to investigate into the various issues contributing to the emerging phenomenon of abandoned housing in Mexico. In addition to poor urban planning, there is a fundamentally flawed system in the manner in which social housing is conceived, designed, produced, inhabited...
master thesis 2012
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Rafael Saraiva, R. (author)
The goal of this research is to develop an strategic intervention that could enhance Rio de Janeiro’s economy in an inclusive manner. Why? Because Rio has been developed under a process of socio-spatial segregation which has engendered high urban criminality, obstructing the city’s enormous potential as a leading international destination. In...
master thesis 2010
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