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    • 5 

      Codden, Aaron (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      5 investigates how architecture should respond to tragedy and suggests that thoughtful, poetic architecture with deep seeded meaning is the answer. A history museum in Dublin, Ireland focusing on the five largest tragedies ...
    • A. G.L.I.M.P.S.E; Ashland Great Lakes & Industrial Mining Pier & Shipping Exhibits 

      Nelson, Megan (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis project, ‘A GLIMPSE’, examines the question, how does the configuration and organization of elements in a space influence the engagements of its participants? The typology for examination of this problem is a ...
    • ABSIM Exhibition Design: Agent-Based Simulation in the Curating Process 

      Laurin, Brady (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      The design of museum and gallery spaces are typically done by different designers with a mutual understanding of the scope of work for each. In the best possible scenario, these processes will take place congruently, with ...
    • Accessibility Through Design 

      Schwarzkopf, Erik (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis, Accessibility Through Design, will seek to explore the question: How can the design of a long-term care facility help promote physical and social accessibility of the elderly within an urban fabric, so as to ...
    • Acknowledging the Tides through the Renewable Energy of the Moon 

      Wolf, Drew (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      A restructure of energy generation and architectures ability to transform power plants into a beacon of culture. This project seeks to reawaken a lost perspective of nature through the acknowledgment of the entwined ...
    • Act for Children: Formative Environments 

      Jarrett, Kelsey (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Can Architecture serve as an education aid in early childhood development? Can we as designers help children learn while provoking discovery and creative thinking? How can we as designers better prepare our nation's youngest ...
    • The Activated Medium: Modern Architectural Representation and Transposition 

      Benke, Brad (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis explores the role of the modern architectural representation and its changing relationship to the act of making. The investigation will seek and test outlets for architectural representations to operate under ...
    • ACTUATED ARCHITECTURE : Driving Healthy Behavior With Design 

      Brunik, Laura (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      The mere sight of architecture can create a behavioral response, so through research, this thesis seeks to develop a better understanding of architecture’s impact on health and wellness. Architecture can create sensory ...
    • Adagio : étude for the practice and performance of piano 

      Lawman, Jakob (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Adagio: Étude for the Practice and Performance of Piano explores the interaction between people and music in a community, and how the production of music can be available to anyone. Interaction with music has a multitude ...
    • Adaptability and Design 

      Buck, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis project, Adaptability and Design, investigates the following question, how can design be adaptable with society’s technological growth within an educational facility? This proposal’s main emphasis is to challenge ...
    • Adaptable Architecture : architecture that changes through time 

      Hughes, Kathryn (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Just as living things grow and adapt, so should the things we create. In this juxtaposition lays the ability to propel our creations into a cyclical lifestyle of rebirth through functionality. Spatial experiences are ...
    • Adaptable Architecture in a Regenerative Medicine Facility 

      Thompson, Courtney (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The proposed regenerative medicine facility, in downtown Rochester, MN is the platform for investigating how a building can adapt with the expansion of human knowledge. The realization of adaptability in architecture can ...
    • Adaptable Architecture: Architecture That Responds to Changing Needs 

      Windschitl, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis explores the use of adaptable architecture and its ability to change to diverse program and user needs. By using flexible and kinetic components in the design of a performing arts center, it can expand the ...
    • Adaptable Spaces for Changing Paces : Design for Demographic Shifts 

      Lutterman, Laura (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      The built environment is currently designed with (only) the present demographic profile in mind. Designing in this manner fails to prepare for changes in demographic profiles and creates an obstacle for users when the ...
    • Adapting an icon : adaptive reuse of downtown movie theaters 

      Senescall, Shawn L. (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Downtown theaters serve as landmarks for many communities across our region because of their unique design features. Elaborate auditoriums, decorated facades, and flashy, grand marquees are all iconic characteristics of ...
    • Adapting the City 

      Stevens, Caralyn (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The title of this thesis is “Adapting the City Center” and explores the question of how do the long-term effects of rapid housing development at Fargo, North Dakota’s perimeter compare to those of adaptive reuse, interwoven ...
    • Adaptive Architectural Value Engineering: A Study of Influencing Factors 

      Meyer, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      A study to define value, and define it as a critical variable in domestic residential design and construction, by the use of evaluation of adaptive symbolic models using designer controlled endogenous and external exogenous ...
    • Adaptive Architecture: Design for a Declining Global Population 

      Sommerfeld, Brian (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      In the face of a declining human population, our ability to plan for and adapt to future circumstances will be essential if we, as a global community, are to not only preserve our built environment, but also ensure its ...
    • Adaptive Learning Center 

      Murphy, Sean (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The title of the thesis is Adaptive Learning Center. The building is located in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado and is a 14,000 sq. ft. facility. The typology for this building is an environmental learning center/visitor ...
    • Additive + Subtractive: Reimagining the Work of a Mid-Century Master 

      Brandt, Jorgen D. (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      How do we build upon someone else’s work in a thoughtful and meaningful way while respecting the original character of their work? The challenge is even greater when the designer and architecture are known around the world ...