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    • Johnson Boat Works [revisited] 

      Gamelin, Kevin (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The intention of this thesis is the regeneration of the Johnson Boat Works small boat manufacturing site in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. The regeneration of the historic and underutilized waterfront is essential for the ...
    • Joining Man and Cosmos: A Pinnacle Observatory in South Fork, Colorado 

      Schuman, Taylor (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      A fascination with the Cosmos can be traced to time immemorial. It has captured the imagination and inspired both art and science. Ancient man weaved self and cosmos in correspondence between the microcosm and macrocosm ...
    • Kansas City, Kansas: A Center for Community & Culture 

      Dahl, Elizabeth (2013)
      Community spaces play an important role in the success of a city and it’s inhabitants. They become the foundation to which those living and visiting in the area come together and communicate. They offer opportunities to ...
    • Kinetic Morphology of Performance Space 

      Dunham, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This is a study of how spaces change from one typology into a completely opposite one. The main typology is stage performance with immense requirements which demand the use of advanced technology and automation. The project ...
    • Kinetic Response 

      Lindmeier, Kathryn (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis examines how a shelter could serve as a vehicle for renewal and investigates the relationship of poverty and progress. The shelter could foster short-term relief as an aid for long-term recovery following natural ...
    • The Labyrinth Studies: Exhibiting Culture through Art & Architecture 

      Erickson, Philip (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Our institutions are predicated on a stable and predictable ground on which to enact our daily affairs. Because architecture embodies our social, cultural, and political beliefs and values, when these beliefs become ...
    • Lake Street Teen Center 

      Mueller, Kelsi (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      The Lake Street Teen Center addresses the question how can design positively impact a place susceptible to delinquent behavior? The Typology for the investigation of this problem is a center for teens. The Theoretical ...
    • Lakeshore Design Intervention 

      Miller, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      This study will quantify the Minnesota County's concerns with shoreline development and private landowner's concerns with the unauthorized use of purchased land due to regulations and wildlife preservation. This study ...
    • Land of 10,000 Dying Lakes: Designing for Sustainable Water Management Through Wetland Conservation and Public Recreation 

      Unruh, Zachary (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      In 2017, 169 harmful algal blooms were reported nation-wide. Existing in all water body types, saltwater or freshwater, this number is increasing every year, and Minnesota is no exception. In the land of 10,000 lakes, ...
    • Landfill re-morial : a postmodern reclamation of the City of Fargo landfill 

      Okigbo, Kene (2015)
      This thesis takes a quantitative look at closed landfills to determine a feasible and sustainable solution that can be used in the City of Fargo Landfill, which is expected to close between 2019 and 2023 without a post-closure ...
    • Lead by Example: An Exploration of STEM Schools 

      Pietron, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis is an exploration into the fundamental question: can educational architecture be specifically designed to optimize one's ability to attain certain knowledge? The title is Lead by Example: An Exploration of STEM ...
    • Learning from Our Past: Catching Dreams 

      Gurule, Rebekah (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Youth Centers around America are dedicated to improve the health, safety and communication of the overall youth population. Throughout the United States of America, there are several organizations that focus on the youth. ...
    • Learning from the 'Lost Forty' 

      Kummet, Shawn (2012)
      This thesis focuses on the reimagining of Riverside Park in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, to incorporate the principles of successional ecosystems found in the “Lost Forty” to produce a demonstration park that promotes walkability ...
    • Learning to Play in Nature; an Urban Playground for Adolescents 

      Gurath, Priscilla (2013)
      This project examines the problems surrounding the increase in adverse health related issues directly relating to the decrease in society’s physical activity and exercise opportunities for adolescents in their immediate ...
    • Lessons from the polis : the Minneapolis Museum of Art 

      Strombeck, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Philosophers Alberto Pérez-Gómez and Hans-Georg Gadamer have critiqued the modern museum as a place of art for the sake of art, where the aesthetics of the work have come to dominate the conversation. In the Relevance of ...
    • Life Skills Center 

      Simones, Jeremiah (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis revolves around the concept of inspiring and reviving the youth and communities of Phillips and Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota, through a Life Skills Center that will promote growth and development. ...
    • Life, Learning, and Sustainablity 

      Martel, Ashley (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The thesis Life, Learning, and Sustainablility examines the way in which architects can instill a sense of sentiment towards sustainability in future generations. Architects deplete our resources, and therefore through ...
    • Light & Learning 

      Diekman, Luke (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      My thesis investigates the question: how does exposure to natural light enhance academic performance in an elementary school? My claim is that exposure to natural light enhances academic performance in elementary schools. ...
    • Light and shadow : experiential boutique resort 

      Johnston, Cassandra (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis explores the question, “How can the manipulation of light and shadow through texture affect the experience of a space?” The typology for this thesis is a experiential boutique resort which is located within the ...
    • Lights, Camera, Innovation: Architecture Without Limitation through the Tool of Cinematic Architecture 

      Tucker, Marie (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Creativity is characterized by the ability to perceive the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and to generate solutions. Architects are creative to the ...