Railroad traffic induced vibrations 2.0

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Students C.T.H. Boons, C.H. Wong. Tutor: A. Koopman, S.N.M. Wijte Railway vibrations can be well experienced in the vicinity of a railway. The vibrations can be felt in different heights, which can also be experienced as a nuisance at different times. In the specific case, the clients experienced nuisance from railway vibrations in their home […]

Redevelopment challenge Woensel

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Students A. J. M. van Loon, J. J. T. M. Tutor: Sophie Rousseau In the Netherlands there is a lot of discussion whether the high-voltage lines should be laid underground or above ground. The connections that lie above the ground are often towering masts with bundled cables, which disturb visibility. In the Netherlands, there are […]

Villa Benoit

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Students: Alex van Eekelen, Da Sol Lee and Yanjun Li. Tutored by Wouter Hilhorst Last quartile, three students worked together on the design of Villa Benoit. The client asked them to work on a design for communual living by means of container construction, additonal to the transformation of an existing office-building.  A clear relationship was […]

Modulair green storage shed

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Students: Samuel Slezák and Timo Damoiseaux. Tutored by Wouter Hilhorst For this Bouwkundewinkel assignment, the goal was to provide a conceptual solution for the storage of the outdoor toys of daycare center Korein. The proposal is based on three concepts: multifunctionality, modularity, and openness of interpretation. With regard to the materials, the students chose to […]

Bouwkundewinkel in VIRTUe

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I am Marianna, a Bachelor student in Architecture coming from Italy and I am the Communication Manager of VIRTUe. VIRTUe is a multidisciplinary student team participating in the Solar Decathlon Europe competition. We are building a house and designing an urban concept that transforms the built environment and inspires people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. […]

Sustainable hoslism: the introduction of TDI in architecture

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Header image: a courtyard creates room for the application of TDI (urban scale level). Students: Ferdy van Brussels, Michelle Moonen, Chanachai Panichpattanakij, Arjan Verhoef. Tutored by ir. L.A. Bert van Schaijk.  In this Bouwkundewinkel assignment, students attempted to create a new view on the modern-day issue of sustainability, by focusing on TDI (Transparent Dynamic Insulation). […]

Pop-up Korein: BAMBII

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Korein Kinderplein provides childcare for children between 0 and 13 years. They have more than 110 locations in the eastern part of Noord-Brabant and thus there is always a lot going on. Now they want to look into a pop-up daycare which they can use at certain specific moments when there is a sudden demand […]