The Center for Equality: an LGBT and Community Resource
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Architecture can facilitate the creation of a comfortable, welcoming and uniting space for its users. This thesis seeks a solution to the need for LGBT-affirming spaces. These spaces are necessary for a minority community that is vastly underrepresented in many of todays communities. The outcome will be a facility that will provide education, health and community centered spaces for all those within the LGBT community and its allies. Spaces are intended to be used widely in the community as the demand for gathering and community spaces increase. It will also serve the Center for Diversity’s communications and office spaces. The outcome will result in a more welcoming and inclusive city for the embrace of diversity and dignity.
Design Thesis (M.Arch.)--North Dakota State University, 2013.