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    • Gateway Centre - Minneapolis, Minnesota 

      Olschlager, Gordon A. (North Dakota State University, 1978)
    • Architecture and biophilia: Creating spaces that promote a positive affiliation with nature and the living world 

      Sjoquist, Jenny (North Dakota State University, 2003-05)
      The outdoors and its natural elements have become a growing interest to me in the last couple of years – especially the reasons why people are attracted to them. I believe one of the major reasons is to escape everyday ...
    • EOS 1: Evolution of Sustainability 

      Thomas, Jonathan (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Human interaction is a real need fulfilled by simple communication, verbal or non verbal. Individualism and congregation are part of everyday settings. The built environment has a large influence on how and when these ...
    • Designing for Aging 

      Bergstrom, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The built environment must adapt to the increasing number of aged people by maintaining and improving the accessibility of the built environment. Due to improvements in medicine, as well as the aging of the baby boomer ...
    • Sustainability of Time 

      Peake, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The Government is building a storage facility at Yucca Mountain in the Nevada desert, which is where the dormitory complex would need to be as well. This is as structure that will have a program and life span of at least ...
    • Transportation And Architecture: Who Influences Who 

      Zachman, Kevin (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question: how do the advances of technology in the transportation infrastructure predestine how one designs the built environment? The Typology for the examination of this problem ...
    • A Museum of Architectural Elements 

      Crowley, Shawn (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The theoretical premise of this thesis is “Architects communicate through the innovation, adaption and organization of elements like: structure, materials, motifs, signs, symbols and form with a society whose members are ...
    • Hidatsa Ma-giguts-gi Adish (Hidatsa Learning Lodge) Language and Performance Renewal Center for Three Affiliated Tribes 

      Abe, Marita (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Abstract/Executive Summary: Interest is increasing among the “Seventh Generation” of Three Affiliated Tribes on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, seeking out elders who are still fluent speakers of the Hidatsa ...
    • Giving New Life 

      Weber, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Abstract- This thesis project is the exploration of how technology may serve to reveal architectural opportunities within a damaged landscape. There are many places around the planet which have been used and then left ...
    • Arts in Architecture 

      Holten, John (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The fine arts can be viewed as divine marker to a cultural identity. As a non-essential activity to the survival of man, arts are infused with all of the free thought of the contemporary. More specifically, theatre is a ...
    • Designing for the Senses 

      Gough, Nathaniel (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The typology for this project will be a school for the blind. The blind and visually handicapped have the right to be able to navigate effortlessly through the built environment. It is our job as designers to ensure the ...
    • Museum: The Beauty of Lean 

      Stone, Timothy M. (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Museums are universal institutions dedicated to the preservation of culture: This one will be located in the vicinity of downtown Fargo, North Dakota, with a approximate square footage of 38,000. Architectural design, ...
    • Disassemblable Architecture for Rural Communities 

      Harpstead, Kolby (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Title: Disassemblable architecture for rural communities Introduction: Our society today has been experiencing a mass migration within its own borders. People are leaving the economically stale rural communities for ...
    • Neurotic: Mind, Body, Soul, Architecture 

      Chmielewski, Amy (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This project is meant to embrace and design for our different minds. The idea is to create a place where we can be ourselves and retreat to a state of mind that puts our emotions or neuroses at ease. People seek places ...
    • The Sustainable Middle School of Vancouver 

      Mertz, Mandel (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      There is a lack of awareness of what we are doing to our ecosystems and how we can reverse the trend of harmful practices that threaten our environment. Through education and observation, a more widespread movement of ...
    • Healing Dance 

      Kalstad, Branden (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      How can cultivation through design become the next step forward in medicine and the arts by creating a homogeneous mixture between dance and physical therapy? The typology for this exploration is therapy through a performing ...
    • Encompassing Spirituality : An Exercise In Formal Gathering 

      Heidrich, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis project is an exploration of the built environment and how it is affected by the way people of different religions gather together. Bound by a familiar belief in a higher power based in the certainty of a ...
    • Built Politics 

      Arndt, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Since our built environment is not immune to the globalization of knowledge and culture what do we do as a society to keep its identity? Symbolism of a certin identity must seek out and inform the architecture of our civic ...
    • Matilda's House 

      Kohn, Amanda (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Suffering is part of the human condition, and, thus, so is healing and comfort. An architecture that can foster the healing process and the restoration of balance between mind, body, and soul brings to light the true meaning ...
    • Hidden Lake Health & Wellness Retreat 

      Meyer, Carrie (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question, does a design have the ability to promote health and wellness in our personal choices about the way we live? A healthy way of life is a personal choice determined by the ...