The research on water accumulated in the start of the Circular Water Stories research and from the study year 2018/2019 onwards in the formation of the graduation CWS lab as part of the master track Landscape Architecture education at TU Delft.

Most students of the CWS lab joined the analysis of the Traditional Water Systems, gaining input for their thesis project. Moreover, a few graduation projects conducted before 2018 are added, since they deal with the Circular Water Stories topic, as well. Different mentors from the LA section guide the students during their, one year lasting, thesis process. The student’s first mentor is always a member of the LA section, the second mentor derives from another discipline a.o. architect, urbanist, civil engineer, ecologist, preferably a member of the TU Delft.

The title and the image give a hint towards the content of the project. By clicking, you will be connected to the TU Delft education repository, getting access to the entire thesis.

The Operating Venetian Lagoon – The Agency of Barene: A resilient landscape infrastructure towards ecological, cultural and productive heritage preservation.
ⓒ Amina Chouairi (2020)
Landscapes In-Flux: Journey through the dynamic floodplains of holy river Ganga at Prayagraj, India.
ⓒ Tanvi Gupta (2020)
Land can sometimes be water: Bridging the dichotomy between land and water through amphibious landscapes.
ⓒ Naeema Ali (2020)
Beyond sand and water: Opportunities for the continuous social, structural and morphological transformation of Puntarenas.
ⓒ Maria Jose Zuniga (2020)
Revealing Rome’s Water-Based Culture: a resilient, dynamic and interactive layer, Italy.
ⓒ Camilla Di Nicola (2020)
Watering the Semiarid: designing a wetness retention landscape in Jaguaribara, Brazil.
ⓒ Monica Veras Morais (2020)
A New Watery Balance: redefining the scenic and circular waterscape in the village of Wuyuan, China.
ⓒ Jiawei Zhao (2020)
Reveal the Unseen- Retrieving Sense of Place by Public Water Space based on the Former Irrigation System, Ksôkong Tsùn, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
ⓒ Man Chuan Lin (2020)
Breath: redefining a zone of informal settlements for Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
ⓒ Rapa Surajaras (2019)
Redefining Bangkok’s Inclusive Water-Based Society: flood resilience planning of adaptive and performative hybrid infrastructure network, Thailand.
ⓒ Krit Thienvuyichai (2019)
Re-connecting with water: creating spatial solutions for water collection and storage in rural areas, which suffer from water scarcity and loss of social and environmental cohesion, Morocco.
ⓒ Melinda Marjan (2019)
Minimal Intervention in Oslo: an attempt of reading the ultimate, Norway.
ⓒ Liu Wanxin (2018)
Rising out of the Wrath: the post-disaster religious landscape of Kedarnath valley, India.
ⓒ Vanshika Bharaj (2018)
The Living Estuary: a study of developing landscape spatial adaptive strategies to integrate the water, ecosystem and anthropo-dynamics in the Estuary of Volta Delta, Ghana.
ⓒ Ayu Tri Prestasia (2018)
The Production Valleys: finding balance between people and environment, Honduras.
ⓒ Jade Appleton (2018)

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