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    • Badlands Agriculture and Environmental Research Center 

      Ringwall, Seann (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This project, titled Badlands Agriculture and Environmental Research Center, is an examination of local agriculture and how it can be reconnected to a larger community. This project fits into a research/living/learning ...
    • Beauty of Becoming : Architecture as a Teleology 

      Sauvageau, Maria (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis is an attempt to clearly and simply recourse the history and the activity of architecture to the fundamental "natural order" with which one comprehends the world, and which forms the individual's enduring ...
    • Becoming the Land: The Synthesis of Architecture and Nature 

      Axtmann, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Can the creation of natural elements be replicated through our built environment? Can the architecture become an extension of its landscape? Humans have been building and creating architecture for centuries using methods ...
    • Beneficial Architecture 

      Suby, Andrew (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      How can architecture enhance the occupants mental health, and inner tranquility? The typology is a Extended Stay Rehabilitation Center for people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTDS). Through architecture it is ...
    • Bentley's Paradise 

      Erickson, Kai (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Our senses can be some of the most powerful tools we have. Sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste are five simple things that can help make a person’s fictional world come to life. Not only do they help us narrate the ...
    • best if used by: Duluth Recycling and Production Factory 

      Pritchard, Ty (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis work looks to explore and determine the lifetime/expiration of a structure. The longevity of a building’s life is its ability to adapt to current needs. The project will use the shells of old structures in ...
    • BiodiverCity 

      Darwin, Kelsey (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      With a population of nearly 40 million people, California is the nation’s most populous state. As the largest city in California, and the second largest in the United States, Los Angeles, continues to grow in population. ...
    • Biodynamic Farming : Between the Plate and the Planet 

      Lunke, Kyle (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      There are a number of reasons why food in the United States may be subjected to health, social, and environmental concerns. This thesis book examines regenerative agriculture and how the built environment may help to reverse ...
    • Biophilia : A Healing Connection 

      Jensen, Kelsey (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Throughout recent years more people have been inhabiting cites which creates growth of the built environment and a greater disconnect between humans and nature. It becomes a matter of finding solutions to settle this ...
    • Biophilic Design: Humanity and the Aspects of Nature and Architecture 

      Sunder, Dominic (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      This study focuses on the interaction between humanity, nature, and design and how they can be implemented together to create something that works synergistically as one entity. The proposed idea is to design and develop ...
    • Biophilic Veterans Rehab Center: A Place for Healing 

      Hinrichs, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      The topic of this thesis project is a veterans rehab center that utilizes biophilic design. Biophilia is thought to help expedite the healing process for many kinds of ailments from mental to physical. The rehab center ...
    • Bismarck State Hospital 

      Hoffmann, Kaspari (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The premise of this project is how people regularly encounter architecture and how design has the potential to positively impact mental health and enable more independence in the lives of people who are affected by it. ...
    • Black Hills Conservation Center : connecting back to the environment 

      Johnson, Aaron (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      This thesis looks to answer the question: “How can we create architecture that connects us back to the environment?” A conservation center is the project typology for this thesis, located in Spearfish, SD. The design looks ...
    • body soul inHABIT 

      Cayley-Wieler, Jill (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis investigates the human body and its proportions in relation to the comfort and security experienced within a space. This thesis also takes a deeper analytical look at how the treatment of our own bodies has ...
    • Boecraft Continuum 

      Kaesmeyer, Jared (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      What is tradition? Careening 100 miles per hour across a thin shelf of ice, compelled solely by a precise manipulation of the wind atop razor sharp steel blades? This sounds more like a death wish than tradition. Yet ...
    • Boom Abodes : Designing for the Transition 

      Davis, Benjamin (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      With recent technological advances in oil extraction, communities across the Midwest are being hit by an oil boom. With a rapid growth of migrant workers flooding in to rural counties, economic strain and housing shortages ...
    • Borderwalk: Spatial Politics and Cultural Intimacies on the U.S.-Mexican Border 

      Kuster, Kristopher (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      By definition, borders lie on the edges. This project investigates the spatial implications of politically defined borders, and the effects that these materializations have in the context of urban space and the movement ...
    • Borrowed Past: Reexamining High-Density Housing in South Korea 

      Klinger, Elliott (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      South Korea has made a lot of progress in the last 6 decades; from being one of the poorest countries to having the 11th largest economy in the world. The country transformed rapidly after the Korean War and today represents ...
    • Breach: Building Integrated Flood Protection, Addressing the Inadequate Response to the Flood of 1997 by the City of Grand Forks 

      Naastad, Tanner (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      In response to The Flood of 1997, the city of Grand Forks, ND constructed a flood wall along the river. It protected the citizens from the seasonal floods but it was an inadequate solution. It created a physical, visual, ...
    • Breaking The Mold: Exploring the Recreation of Fitness Design in a Natural Setting 

      Sullivan, Dylan (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Since the beginning of time, mankind has maintained a profound connection with their physical fitness and the World around them. However, modern day practices are distrupting these formerly innate behaviors. The lethargic ...