Time has passed quickly and like every year, our course comes to an end with the presentation of our students’ final theses. Due to COVID-19, this year the presentations will be online. From June 8-10, our students will present their work in front of the jury comprised by our in-house faculty members and our guests Nebojša Čamprag and Anshika Suri from TU Darmstadt.

Here’s are the topics of our students’ master theses this year:

  • TOWARDS PREVENTATIVE URBAN HEALTH RESILIENCE: A Case Study of Cairo’s Heliopolis (Mohamed Gad Abdelmoneim)
  • Assessing Disaster Risk Reduction in Refugee Camp Design: The Case of Al-Wehdat and Azraq Refugee Camps in Jordan (Abdel Rahman Al Zoubi)
  • Dynamics Impacting Scholastic Performance at Rural Public Schools in Eastern Cape, South Africa (Susan Bwowe)
  • WAITING IN NON-PLACES: The spatialization of discourses in Mexico’s Migrant Integration Centres (Lorenza Esquinca)
  • CITY RESPONSE TO ACCESS TO PLAY FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN: The case of Lebanon (Stephanie Abou Chakra)
  • INFORMALITY AGAINST MODERNITY: An Analysis of Social and Spatial Impacts from Development-Induced Relocation of the Urban Poor in Addis Ababa (Markos Hughes)
  • PERCEPTIONS OF PLACE WITHIN PARADOXES OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION The case of Unaccompanied Youth Migrants in Sweden (Maria Manoj)
  • MIGRATION STORIES & THE SPACE IN BETWEEN: The construction of the sense of home for Venezuelan migrants in Barcelona (Angelica Romero)
  • SUPPORTING SELF-RECOVERY IN POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS: Insights from Syria (Taylor Raeburn-Gibson)
  • MODELS OF SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL INTEGRATION OF REFUGEES: The Experience of Trieste, Italy. (Mario Romano)
  • THE EFFECTS OF PARTICIPATION PROCESSES IN COMMUNITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: The Architect ́s role as the facilitator for community empowerment (Adrian Cassar)
  • INTEGRATING REFUGEES IN SHRINKING CITIES THROUGH ADAPTIVE REUSE: Architectural Principles for Refugee Housing Projects (Pilar Del Amo)
  • DRR and SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATION IN URBAN RESILIENCE STRATEGIES: The Role Model of the Province of Potenza (Valentina Riverso)
  • An Evaluation by Humanitarian Practitioners of Owner-Driven Reconstruction in Rural Nepal (Valeria Carrión)
  • CAN A DROUGHT TEACH YOU HOW TO ADDRESS WATER EQUITY? Gaining Insight on Cape Town’s Day Zero Crisis(Nadia Francisco)
  • CRISES, CAPITAL & THE IMMIGRANT: The Impact of Platform-Delivery Work on the Socio-Spatial Integration of Immigrant Riders in Barcelona (Prachi Metawala)
  • Co-producing with Communities: Reflections on the Community-Led Data Collection Model of Slum Dwellers International (Bindhu Bhuma)
  • ITINERANT ARCHITECTURE: An International Workshop in Delta del Paraná and New Opportunities for the Co-Creation of Places (Giulia Condulmari)
  • TACTICAL URBANISM – AN OPPORTUNITY FOR IMMIGRANTS` SOCIAL-SPATIAL INTEGRATION: The case of Carabanchel District in the City of Madrid. (Óscar Cartagena)
  • SOME SOIL BETWEEN THE FINGERS: A Comparative Study of the Conditions and Perceptions of Urban Agriculture in Three Swedish Municipalities (Amanda Larsson)
  • Appropriating the West Bank Settlement & Heritage Sites as Spaces of Conflicting History, Memory and Cultural Identities (Alexander Rosenfeld)
  • History as a Witness: How Memory Transforms Socio-Spatial Dynamics in Plaça Sant Felip Neri. (Ricardo García)
  • MEMORY SPACE AS SYMBOLIC REPAIR IN POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS: The case of Bojayá (Ixa Bachman)
  • THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL SPACES IN POST-ETHNIC CONFLICT SITUATIONS: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Flavia Ragnacci)

 

 

 

 

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