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    • Caesura: Enhancing the Culture of Fargo-Moorhead 

      Eggen, Jennifer (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The downtown area of Fargo-Moorhead is growing exponentially, yet the rapid boom in growth may result in a monotonous city center. Downtown needs an attraction — something other than shops, bars, restaurants, and apartments. ...
    • Camp Conquerors: Pushing the Boundaries of Accessible Design to Create an Inclusive Space in an All-Embracing Environment 

      Stinar, Winfred IV (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      In our society, there are certain groups of individuals who feel that they have little access to services or that society has consistently ignored them. In this instance, it is individuals with disabilities. They are often ...
    • Campus Connections 

      Jenny, Cody (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Campus Connections is a transit center on the main campus of North Dakota State University in North Dakota. The transit center was developed in response to my thesis question "How can one piece of architecture be the ...
    • Can Recidivism be influenced by architecture? 

      Sager, Kelly (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis will focus on an investigation of the question, can recidivism be influenced by architecture? The typology for this examination will be a large 113,460 sq. ft. multi-county correctional facility for ...
    • Carve 

      Fox, Caet (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Architecture can be created yhrough natural or built environments. This thesis aims to explore architecture by integrating the built environment within the natural environment. This thesis seeks to identify a significant ...
    • Cass County Energy Interpretive Center 

      Rajapakse, Shanaka (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis examines the feasibility of conducting an alternative educational center parallel to the Cass County Electric Cooperative and its operations. Promoting renewable energies and educating the Community with ...
    • Casualty Collection System 

      Rae, Elizabeth (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Our world continuously changes as the population grows, and technology advances to new heights. Each change has different effects on our environment, some are negative while others are positive. Some developments have ...
    • Catalytic converter : facilitating change in the places that need it most 

      Andersen, Dane (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis investigates the question, how can struggling American cities be rejuvenated in the rapidly evolving context of the twenty-first century? The typology explored is a community design center. The site for this ...
    • Catalyzing Tourism: Through Integration of Cultural Heritage 

      Twogood, Derek (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis investigates the question, “How can architecture reflect a region’s cultural heritage and work as a catalyst for tourism?” The typology for the examination of this problem is a resort style hotel. The idea ...
    • The Cathedral of Consciousness: The Liminal Dimension of Dreams and Meditative Thinking 

      Todd, Justin (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      This thesis explores how architecture can redefine the human relationship to consciousness and how we experience consciousness itself. Specifically, this project will address different ways to bring participants face ...
    • Centennial High: A School for Hope and Growth 

      Teuber, Augustina (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      In this paper, high school design is evaluated in order to better support the mental health of its occupants. The alarming rise in anxiety, depression, and violence among youth over the past few decades demonstrates the ...
    • The Center for Equality: an LGBT and Community Resource 

      Fuhs, Justin (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Architecture can facilitate the creation of a comfortable, welcoming and uniting space for its users. This thesis seeks a solution to the need for LGBT-affirming spaces. These spaces are necessary for a minority community ...
    • chain reaction 

      Utke, Jourdann (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This chain reaction thesis will be created by the necessity of human interaction. It is both an examination of human connection as well as spatial configurations. This will show how human connections are crucial to growth ...
    • The Chameleon 

      Brown, Troy (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      These days the growth of society is accelerating and there are many new technical and cultural problems to be considered. Buildings must therefore be in a position to respond to these rapidly evolving new environments. ...
    • Changing and Adapting 

      Magistad, Jordan (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Sustainable architecture is growing in popularity and necessity all around the world. More and more people and governments are recognizing the need for sustainability to improve the health of the planet and the people that ...
    • Children of the Neon Mirage: Proximity, Duration and Homunculi Space 

      Wehrman, Bradley (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis seeks to investigate the relationship of the philosophical ideas of proximity and duration as they relate to architectural expression and representation. In design, linguistic and visual expression and their ...
    • Chronically Sustainable: Creating a Sustainable Community for the Chronically Ill 

      Mathiowetz, Nicole (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      In a world that is rapidly changing due to climate change, there is a group of people that are being left behind in the “green” movement. This is not new for these people; the group has often been forgotten and under ...
    • Church of the New and the Old 

      Vogeler, Greta (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Churches undoubtedly serve as an inspiration for many architects. Their emotional and physical presence to move people is undeniable. However, we can see a shift in their design and meaning through time. As the world ...
    • Cincinnati Union Underground 

      Linne, Ryan (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      How can a transportation hub go beyond just serving the communities transportation needs of a city and create a center of activity. This project looks to explore the transportation hub and how it can become more than just ...
    • Cinematic perception : exploring relationships between film and architecture 

      Saarela, Erin (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      The basis of this thesis project stems from exploring relationships between film and architecture by examining the question: “Can the cinematic experience be enhanced by a socially focused and interactive built environment?” ...