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ReArrange: Making Space Transform

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Title: ReArrange: Making Space Transform
Author: Makis, Amanda
Abstract: This thesis explores the question of how kinetic architecture can promote learning in the general public. The typology that is being examined is a kinetic laboratory. The Theoretical Premise /Unifying Idea guiding research is, “as the technology and experimentation processes change it is necessary for a building to change through the use of kinetic architecture.” The Project Justification is, “as the technology and experimentation processes change there is a need for the spaces that these processes occur in to change as well.” The building will be part of the North Dakota State University Research and Technology Park located in Fargo, North Dakota. The square footage needed to complete this project is 28,800 sq. ft. Key Words: Laboratory, Kinetic Architecture, Learning
Date: 2010-05
Subject: Laboratories -- Design and construction.
Laboratories -- North Dakota -- Fargo.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9273

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