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    • Waiting for Ruin 

      Conway, Joseph (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This Thesis, Waiting for Ruin, is an examination of how adaptive reuse projects can become an intermediary for overlapping contemporary and historic architecture. Adaptive reuse can be used to revitalize historic but ...
    • Walker Reimagined 

      Reller, McKenna (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Tourism has the unique opportunity to support and create a thriving community in locations across the world that would otherwise be small and sleepy. But what are the impacts of tourism on the local communities of ...
    • Warrior's Ranch: Combating the Invisible Enemy 

      Hyatt, Brandon (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Warrior’s Ranch is a domiciliary mental health rehabilitation facility that is designed to help treat veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychological and physical disorders. The ...
    • Washington Avenue Bridge : a technocentric approach to celebrating the Mississippi River through rhythm and space 

      Boole, Adam (2014)
      There is a measurable, scientifically proven link between space and memory (Hoelscher, 2004). This means that education is highly sensitive towards the quality of the study environment, especially when it is a space that ...
    • Wasted Space: Reimagining and Repurposing Spaces 

      Hermanson, Alixandra (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Cities throughout the world have developed urban landscapes sprawling with buildings of various uses, green spaces linking neighborhoods and networks of transportation systems. Some areas within these types of cities have ...
    • Water : the spirit of life 

      Briggs, Ward (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis will investigate the correct balance between water and architecture that creates a serene environment for the public. Water is seen in today's day and age as a raw material that we humans always have at our ...
    • Waterfront Discovery 

      Towle, Mike (2012)
      Water possesses a fundamental energy that allows for a unique biodiversity of organisms to inhabit this planet. It has long been an overlooked resource on this Earth and for that reason I would like to use its inherent ...
    • Wayfinding in Virtual Reality: Wayfinding Through the Lens of Virtual Reality in Videogame Design 

      Zachman, Alyssa (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      This thesis, Virtual Architecture: application of architectural design within the realm of video games and virtual realities, examines and challenges how architecture is viewed in a simulated setting by its users as ...
    • Welcome Strangers: Designing a Sense of Belonging 

      Watson, Sarah Lynn (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      As people from cultures around the world come to the United States to resettle they are faced with many difficulties, one of them being the sense of belonging. Starting the process of integration, immigrants are faced with ...
    • Wellness in Educational Facilities 

      Carpenter, Carol (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Universally children are sent to attend school to gain basic knowledge in most communities. In the United States the standard is about 7 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 13 years. These educational institutions that ...
    • Wellness Through Adaptive Reuse 

      Kramer, Jared (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      The International Existing Building Code (IEBC) was first created alongside the International Building Code (IBC) in 1997 to address health and safety concerns in the built environment based upon prescriptive and ...
    • Westport Community Center 

      Overman, Kaleb (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Sioux Falls, South Dakota is one of the Midwest’s most well-known cities nestled in the Southeast corner of South Dakota. The city expands in an 80 square mile range with a population of 180,000 people with surrounding ...
    • White and Black, No Room For Gray: Why We Need Contrast To Be Green 

      Aubol, Richard (2013)
      The American Dream is to have a good job in the city, a house and family on your own parcel in a good suburb and nice car or three in the driveway; the bigger the property the better. When one looks at the modern city in ...
    • Wildlife Wetland Park: Restoring Natural Habitat Through Stormwater Management & Public Recreation Along the FM Diversion 

      Delp, Sawyer (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Urban stormwater runoff is at an increasing rate due to climate change causing harmful chemicals and pollutants to drain into rivers and bodies of water. These pollutants are extremely harmful to the environment destroying ...
    • Winter Landscapes 

      Slivnik, Kyle (2010)
      Winters in mid western climates create a challenging environment for outdoor activity. Exercise and outdoor interaction decrease with the temperatures, causing a variety of health implications. Conditions such as Seasonal ...
    • Within and Without: St. Paul Museum of Architecture 

      Abrahamsen, Mitchell (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      This thesis project revolves around how museums influence our perception of objects and ideas. Through research on museum design and architectural theory, I have come to understand the idea of framing and its importance ...
    • Without Borders - Unifying Modern Patchwork Cities 

      Satterman, Kylie (2011)
      Title: Without Borders: Unifying Modern Patchwork Cities Summary: This thesis examines the question, how can American cities be designed or modifi ed to create a more unifi ed city, making it available to anyone who ...