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    • Quality for Equality 

      Kerr, Jolene (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Growing up playing softball it was always a goal to reach a big stage for example the state tournament where even outside of games there were a lot of experiences to be excited about. For young softball players one of ...
    • QUARRY INQUIRIES : resistance in material, method and measure 

      Raisanen, Troy Jared (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      How does the methodology for constructing site information influence architectural design? This thesis is an investigative proposal for an Environmental and Cultural Interpretation Center for Quarry Park and Nature Reserve. ...
    • Radiant Future: Dwelling, Pruitt Igoe, and the Imprint of Communist Architecture 

      Darling, Robert (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      This project seeks to solve the issue of public housing that America is facing in the present day. This housing sector is in crisis, and needs a renewed emphasis on quality and regard for human dignity, as well as an ...
    • Rapid Revival: Re-imagining the Former Blandin Paper Mill through Sustainable Design Practices and Public Amenity Planning in Grand Rapids, Minnesota 

      Tollefson, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      As technology progresses, more companies are choosing paperless practices. As this trend continues, numerous paper mills are beginning to shut down leaving behind first rate spaces to be redeveloped. Problems we face with ...
    • Re-imagining RFK: Using DC's Captive Audience as a Revenue-Driven Incentive for a Privately-Funded Stadium 

      Scott, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      NFL stadiums are expensive, consume tremendous amounts of land and materials, and oftentimes require a significant amount of taxpayer funding. Additionally, outside of the ten to twelve football games held per year, ...
    • [re]DUX : adaptive architecture, [re]use & mixed use 

      Horntvedt, Rachel (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis examines the implications a building’s history/past has on its future development. It is guided by the idea that some structures are more capable than others in making the transition from one function ...
    • rEACH Central Ground Pet Healthcare Facility 

      Hazelett, Sarah (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Animals have been beside humans for centuries, throughout the time we have tried to understand and domesticate all sorts of animals. There are many benefits to having pets in our lives, including a happier and healthier ...
    • READesign 

      Thomsen, Ryan (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis, READesign: Architecture that promotes knowledge, will focus on an investigation of the question, how can architecture enhance education and learning. The typology for this examination will be a mixture between ...
    • ReArrange: Making Space Transform 

      Makis, Amanda (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis explores the question of how kinetic architecture can promote learning in the general public. The typology that is being examined is a kinetic laboratory. The Theoretical Premise /Unifying Idea guiding research ...
    • Reawakening Cultural Significance: Ruin Exploration in its Full Embodiment 

      Majchrzak, David (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis aims to evoke a “historical consciousness” through the embodied experience of architecture. Specifically speaking, this architecture will reawaken the history of the Native American culture through creative ...
    • Rebuilding the Human Experience 

      Hart, Mindy (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis will create a natural food co-op in a town devastated by natural disaster. The design of this building will utilize a site with an existing structural failure in Greensburg, Kansas, left behind after the ...
    • Recognizing History through Cultural Interpretation 

      Martineau, Ryan (2010)
      Homesteading was how westward expansion began in the United States in 1862. The Homestead Act gave an applicant one hundred sixty acres or one quarter section of undeveloped land outside the original thirteen colonies. The ...
    • Reconnect the aging: residential assisted living for the elders in a Great Plains small town 

      Farmer, Kimberly (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis project, Reconnect the Aging: Residential Assisted Living for the Elders in a Great Plains Small Town, addresses forgotten and unnoticed elderly in society and how they can be reconnected to the surrounding ...
    • Reconnecting to a Forgotten River: An Ecological Solution 

      Hanson, Aaron (2012)
      Waterways are a vital and productive resource to our environment. Rivers provide a variety of amenities and services to communities across the world such as drinking water, food, travel, recreation, wildlife habitat, ...
    • Recovering Life in Architecture 

      Patnode, David (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis, Recover(ing)life within architecture, will focus on the question, “How can the design of a rehabilitation center assist in the care that each patient experiences and requires individually in the recovery ...
    • The Recovery of St. James: The Journey to Wholeness for the Broken and Addicted 

      Harms, Diedrich (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      In the City of Butte, Montana, a rough and economically depressed area, the first hospital of the region now sits in ruin. The Old St. James Hospital will be taken from its current damaged state and transformed into a ...
    • Recovery through design 

      Prins, Polly (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      The aim of this thesis is to investigate and identify the environmental psychological needs of patients receiving treatment for addiction and mental health diseases. The research aims to implement architectural spacial ...
    • Recycling the Oil Boom 

      Frick, Benjamin (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question, how can a small community sustainably adapt to a localized oil boom? The typology for this examination to the problem is a recycling center. The theoretical premise/unifying ...
    • Red River Civic Plaza : an urban park destination for Fargo-Moorhead Community 

      Starbuck, Joseph (2015)
      The City of Fargo, North Dakota, is funding the construction of a new City Hall to replace their current 1960s structure. This proposed development provides the largest city in North Dakota with a tremendous opportunity ...
    • redefine: urban living 

      Taplin, Brittany (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      The focus of this thesis, [redefine] is how a building's function can be redefined to suit the changing needs of the community through adaptive reuse. Over time buildings cease to function the way they were originally ...