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Title: Creating for creativity
Author: Brackel, Alicia
Abstract: This thesis, Creating for Creativity, examines the impact an experience of an environment has on its inhabitant’s creativity. The typology of this project is a 76,000 square foot art museum and creativity center located in downtown Bismarck, North Dakota. Stimulating experiences create opportunities for discovery and insight which can lead to the increase of one’s creativity. Architecture can be used to help create those stimulating experiences that would encourage the human users to live in the physical world rather than the virtual world. This will be researched by using the concurrent transformative mixed method approach, combining qualitative and quantitative data to present a cohesive analysis.
Date: 2014-05
Subject: Art museums.
Art centers.
Bismarck (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/23168

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