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Nurturing Sustenance

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Final Thesis Document.pdf
Title: Nurturing Sustenance
Author: Monson, Dominic
Abstract: The focus of this thesis is to explore the question “How can the design of a middle school enable the education of adolescents in sustainability and adaptation, and enable the growth of a city?” As described, the build typology is a middle school. The site for the project is located in Sidney, Montana. The Theoretical Premise here is that, “The learning environment needs to nurture a positive perception of growth and sustenance to students.” The justification for this project is that, “When American youth are exposed at an earlier age to sustainable concepts at work, they will hopefully advance forward in a more responsive and concerned manner.”
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Middle schools.
School buildings.
Sidney (Mont.)
Montana.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22797

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