Egbert Stolk

Complexity, Cognition and Urban Design

Graduation project Laurien Korst

On April 15, 2014, Laurien Korst graduated on her MSc-thesis ‘Mare;’ an exploration of the relationship between narratives and imagination, movement and experience – in search for a narrative approach to urbanism – and was inspired by the PhD thesis ‘Urban Literacy’ (Havik, 2012). The project focused on the inner harbor of Katwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands – an illustration (see page 45 of her report):

The project is an excellent example of a reflective design process, in which different types of representations are used in parallel: narratives, stories, interviews, sketches, watercolors, mock-ups, etc. This process is illustrated by an extensive logbook.

Laurien’s work can be found in the repository of the TU Delft.

  • Main mentor: Egbert Stolk
  • Second mentor: Daniel Jauslin, chair of Landscape Architecture
  • Third mentor: Klaske Havik, Department of Architecture

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