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    • O'Donnell Park: Enhancing Downtown Milwaukee’s Economic, Environmental and Social Networks through Sustainable Design 

      Flynn, Justin (2017)
      This thesis begins to address, how does a city provide essential resources for a city in a public urban space? A question designers have asked themselves since the beginning of urban design. In this day and age currently, ...
    • Oak Hospital : a holistic approach to healthcare 

      Rodriguez Padilla, Esau (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Biophilic design has the ability to influence lives physically and mentally. Unbalanced health issues, lack of assistance at home, and lengthy distances to medical facilities, create life and death scenarios. Due to these ...
    • Of Land, Earth + Sea: A Re-Mastered Beach Resort 

      Lee, Sina (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Beaches, resorts, and recreational activities serve as a main source of attraction for some cities across the world that reside next to large bodies of water. This often leads to cities becoming dependent on tourism for ...
    • Oil Rush Urbanism: Planning For When the Landscape Is Quiet Again 

      Nolte, Jena Stanton. (2013)
      Williston, ND and surrounding counties are experiencing a tremendous influx of people from all over the United States. Throughout the Williston basin the consequences of over production of infrastructure and housing ...
    • OKITSUKAZE: Enhancing San Diego’s Urban Coastal Development through the Exploration of Wind Patterning and Adaptation 

      Genya, Egawa (2017)
      This project deals with the wind, one of the most familiar phenomenon that affects our outside activity. When in the summer, the breath under the tree will give to your comfortable break time. However, the wind suddenly ...
    • Old + New 

      Stark, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      In this thesis the question, how can buildings that no longer serve their original purpose be reused for a new typology in a sustainable way, is worked out and given answers. It will be explored through the typology of a ...
    • The Old Soul of Design 

      Longnecker, Riley (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Can the critique of modern dwelling be resolved through the restoration and integration of old architecture and the stories it carries? And can these pieces of historic architecture be reshaped to bridge time and ...
    • Olympic Breath: Keep the Flame Going 

      Vanden Bosch, Rozalind (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Today’s Olympic Complexes have been left abandoned since they started in 1896. This due to lack of planning for the life of the complex after the games. They were to believe that they could run on the occasional professional ...
    • On the Edge of Empathy: Amplifying the Veteran's Voice 

      Badilla, Daniel (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      We live in a world of physical and conceptual edges that guide and shape our lives, and challenge us every day to choose whether to cross them or to remain within their shepherding corrals. Often we forget that edges ...
    • On the Fringe 

      Eggert, Steven (2012)
      When communities fail to plan, there is no institutional framework where development can progress. This leaves little opportunity for expansion or modification based on changing needs. The establishment of a common vision ...
    • On the living horse : the Fargo Equine Hospital and Education Center 

      Upcraft, Jennifer (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Horses and humans have been connected throughout history, and each has impacted the other so much that neither species’ history would be the same if the other had not existed. There are countless stories of horse-human ...
    • On the Tides: A Resort Raising Awareness of Coral Reefs Through Environmental Intimacy and Accessible Exploration Off Hollywood, Florida's Coast 

      Kramer, Trey (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Reef ecosystems around the world are facing threats from all sides. They see destruction and physical damage from careless people participating in destructive practices such as improper fishing, dredging, or even people ...
    • Oncology Center: Healing through Architecture 

      Ostlie, Stina (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      The typology of my project is healthcare design. Based on past research, many studies have shown that the environment and space that an individual is in can strongly influence a person’s treatment plan and healing process. ...
    • Ore Dock No:1 

      Johnson, Collin (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This project explores how society values its industrial infrastructure and how industrial architecture is valuable and credible not only to the profession of architecture, but also to society as a whole. Industry has been ...
    • Organic Branding: Promoting & Enhancing Organic Processes Through Design 

      Wright, Miriah (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis, Organic Branding, provides answers to the question, “Can interactive and organic product’s processes be promoted or enhanced by architecture?” The typology is an 81,000 square foot innovative urban, mixed-use ...
    • The Other Side of Paradise: How Architectural Design Can Impact the Recovery of Suicidal Individuals, Survivors, and Bereaved Families 

      Nyaronga, Mary (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      This thesis explores how architectural design can impact the recovery process in individuals with suicidal thoughts, survivors of suicide, and the bereaved. Research on precedents, writings, and studies on psychological ...
    • Outbreak File: Sibley County 

      Vos, Alex (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis, Outbreak File: Sibley County, researches and examines the ecological footprint in order to describe an efficient way to design and protect communities from the threat of a zombie apocalypse. Discovering how ...
    • Over the Fence: Creating a Symbiotic Relationship Between Sports and Community 

      Kohl, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Baseball is America’s pastime, every game thousands flock to ballparks to catch a glimpse and experience the game at the ballpark, but what makes that ballpark experience? It is more than the game itself, it should be a ...
    • Overcoming Barriers: Creating Physical, Social, and Economic Access through Modular Design as Activism 

      Biesterveld, Sarah (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      10% of the population has difficulty using stairs; most due to a wheelchair, cane, crutches, or walker. That is about 24,000 people in the Fargo-Moorhead area alone. In today’s built environment there are exceptions within ...
    • Overcoming: Guiding Individuals through Liminal Conditions on the Pathway to Adulthood 

      Kohlgraf, Kristopher (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      The approach to student housing has been stuck in the past while its inhabitants are evolving towards their future. This thesis research will examine the significance and importance of a building as a rite of passage ...