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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Sofia Malmsten

THE IDEA ”Floor Plan Parametrics” is an investigation on how procedural algorithms from the gaming industry can be developed in order to support the floor plan creation within architecture. The focus is on generative design – a process where architects formulates rules and constrains, and a software generates possible solutions. By defining rules for floor […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Robin Lithén

Abstract For the past few decades, residential yards in the Swedish housing development have been the negative of the built volume, a space created as a result of something else, rarely something that has been in focus. It has been balancing on the edge between private and public, resulting in spaces with no true ownership […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

The connection—house survey on the ground floor zone of multi-family apartment

ABSTRACT In a multi-family housing, ground floor together with the surrounding space, which is called the ground floor zone, is the place where residents go through every day. This area works as a “buffer zone” between indoor and outdoor, private and public space. To some extent, there are various intersections happening within it, including different […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Moa Bulthuis

A b s t r a c t Due to climate change, we are facing a future where the building industry will need to change and start striving for environmental sustainability. There are many ways we as architects can design buildings for the future. However, in the context of climate change, one way is to […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Meyav Sandy

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Lucrecia Parma

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Lovisa Stadig Roswall

problem statement The climate crisis demands us to change our way of living. We need to lower our ecological footprint drastically in the near future. Building industry contributes to almost a third of global CO2 emissions. What we build in the future need to adapt to new sustainability goals and have a lower environmental impact.  […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Julia Olsson

Abstract  Tourism has become one of the fastest growing industries in the world and it is strongly valuable in the socio-economic sector. The demand for a more sustainable tourism is therefore crucial. Short time residence for people to rent for a shorter or longer period of time, that support ecotourism and attract visitors during all […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Jason Gibbs

Integration Through Affordability // Exploring inclusionary housing strategies in New York City and Gothenburg, Sweden // Inclusionary housing policies require or incentivize developers of market-rate housing to also produce or fund units that are affordable to people with low incomes. Calavita and Mallach (2010) trace the seeds of inclusionary housing to the U.S. civil rights […]

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Housing Master Thesis 2020

Emma Norden

THE BALANCED CITY Rethinking the Apartment to Provide Families with an Alternative to the Single-Family Home in the Suburbs The balanced city is one that is valued not only for new forms of productivity… or for the consumption of exciting leisure amenities…, but also for an infrastructure which facilitates reproduction tasks, children’s culture and family […]