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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020
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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020

Felicia Karlsson

P as in People An exploration of how the right to the city can take spatial form by the redesign of a parking garage The question of how we can direct the world towards a climate neutral and just practise has never been more urgent. In an urbanized world, more and more people live in […]

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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020

Cecilia Eriksson

Certain Virtualities: The Physical Spaces of the Academic Library during and after the Learning-centered Paradigm Shift Download Booklet Throughout the twentieth century, the primary responsibility for the academic library has been to provide access to their growing collection, but during the past decades this has changed. An increased number of students enrolled at higher education, […]

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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020

Anton Arnby

Rural Microarcologies – a vision of resilient future architecture 1 Abstract Thesis

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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020

Annika Lindberg

Desire for democracy: or an exploration of the city hall, acting as a catalyst for democracy and active citizenship. Cities are central in the current world, a chain of systems for functions in modern life, and the principal platform for the creation and reformation of politics, as well as the main public informer of it. […]

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Critical Spatial Perspective Master Thesis 2020

Aleksej Beilin

This report investigated how strategic documents in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden, could help create better conditions for micro mobility in complex intersections. Theoretical background and existing strategic documents were analyzed, but also a design of how a preferable solution would look was made. What can strategic documents do to promote these preferable solutions? The […]