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Title: Responsive Frameworks: Polyfunctional space for dynamic stimulus
Author: Colianni, Matthew
Abstract: This thesis titled “Resonsive Frameworks: Polyfunctional space for dynamic stimulus” investigates the question, “how does a building respond to dynamic stimulus?” Creating polyfunctional space through the use of kinetic components and flexible design solutions is the unifying idea guiding the research. A performing arts center at the Minnetonka Center for Arts campus is the building typology serving as a vehicle to explore the preceding areas of research. This 33,260 sq ft. center, located in Orono, Minnesota will expand the organization’s area of expertise to include the performing arts.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Centers for the performing arts.
Minnetonka Center for the Arts (Wayzata, Minn.)
Orono (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/20008

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