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    • Echo: Elemental Architecture as a Method of Cleansing Freshwater in the Wake of Industrialization 

      Iliff, Kara (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Existing as a force powerful enough to shape the face of the earth, yet delicate enough to sustain the life within our bodies, water is an element with which humans have continuously sought balance. Water has eternally ...
    • Ecological Architecture : Reconnecting Environments 

      Blume, Anthony (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      The typology for this facility derived from the problem concerning the separation of environments. The design will incorporate an Ecological Education and Research Center for Sustainable Development (EERCSD) within the ...
    • Ecological Living 

      Trueblood, Melissa (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The natural world has set the precedent for life and the cycles in which living beings come and go. Many of our challenges in daily life are the struggles between time, money, and our personal health. With that, a look ...
    • Economically Remodeled Warehouse: The Use of Passive and Sustainable Systems to Repurpose an Abandoned Car Manufacturing Plant 

      Olstad, Emilee (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Sustainable and passive design can be used to remodel an industrial site, while preserving historical context and creating a productive mixed-use space. This thesis project will take an existing abandoned automobile ...
    • The Edge as In-Between: Ruin and Rebirth at San Francisco's Sutro Baths 

      Brat, Anshul (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The ruins of Sutro Baths in San Francisco exist at the edge of coast and sea, at the edge of past and present, and at the edge of construction and deconstruction. Edges have historically been associated with the physical ...
    • Edges of the Mind: Reconstructing an Urban Pontos 

      Pederson, Kyle (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Edge-world. The horizon of our lived reality, this material world within which we all exist, is one composed of edges and defined by them, an edge-world. To consider the nature of a town, of a city, of any conceivable ...
    • Education Instilling a Brighter Future: Design of Green Strategies Beyond Architecture 

      Braaten, Kara (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The Project Typology is a 25,000 Sq. Ft. Educational Activity Center providing additional before & after school resources as well as new educational programming throughout the day for elementary age children in the Fargo ...
    • Educational Interaction within Nature 

      Anderson, Trevor (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      I have challenged myself to find if the quality of a space can enhance some ones ability to learn. The typology is a junior high school in the Midwest. This location will not only challenge me because of the various types ...
    • Educative Junction 

      Sumner, Jason (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Educative Junction: A new model for public high school education. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. To inspire a greater value of mandatory public education in the eyes of students, a school built to accommodate that education ...
    • Eightfold architecture 

      Meiers, Karissa (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis investigates the question of how Eightfold Architecture can help inspire us to save existing abandoned buildings, and with this bring an enlightened functionality to transitional areas of our cities. The concept ...
    • Elements of the Office Workspace 

      Stueven, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      When examining office buildings in the world today, it is proper to look deeper at the correlation between productivity and the environments in which people work. In analyzing the office spaces, studies have shown that ...
    • Emergent Urbanism: Architectural Place-Making in Response to A Minnesota High Speed Train Network 

      Sortland, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      The way existing cities are set up and built is unsustainable, and risky. The bulk of new growth is occurring on the fringe of cities, where the streets and buildings have been designed for the automobile as the primary ...
    • Emerging Connections : developing transit corridors in Minneapolis - St Paul 

      Judovsky, Colby; Stottler, Nathan (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      There is a new era coming to University Avenue on the rails of the new Green Line light rail extension. In position to create an important connection between Minneapolis and St. Paul, and to enhance the already existing ...
    • Emerging Public: The Public Library's Role in Building Community 

      Braaksma, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      How can architecture create context and facilitate understanding of the information presented in public libraries through both physical and digital media to encourage community engagement? This thesis analyzes the architectural ...
    • Emphasis on Nature 

      Brown, Melissa (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis “Emphasis on Nature” will attempt to create an atmosphere that provides better healing and a more vital quality of life for people dealing with cancer. The healing process is different for every person, and ...
    • Empowerment through Architecture: Designing Refugee Habitats to Empower Rohingya Refugees in Kutupalong, Bangladesh 

      Salmela, Laura (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 602,400 Rohingya refugees reside in the Kutupalong-Balukhali Expansion Site. Located along the coast of south eastern Bangladesh, the camp has become a haven ...
    • Empty Spaces: Architecture Healing the Emptiness within Victims of Abuse and Sexual Exploitation 

      Rachac, Keira (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Just as death is underrepresented in modern society, women who have been exploited in abuse, domestic violence, stalking, rape, and sex trafficking have also become underrepresented. A voice needs to be given to these ...
    • Encompassing Spirituality : An Exercise In Formal Gathering 

      Heidrich, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis project is an exploration of the built environment and how it is affected by the way people of different religions gather together. Bound by a familiar belief in a higher power based in the certainty of a ...
    • The end of the Mill: A Forensic Interpretation of Swany White and Reconstruction of a Local Brewery 

      Miller, Joseph (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The End of Mills; A Forensic Interpretation of Swany White and Reconstruction of a Local Brewery addresses the question, “How can the loss of the last Century old flour mill in Minnesota be commemorated?” For an architectural ...
    • Energy of Water : An Empirical Study into the Human Connection to Water 

      Franzen, Stephanie (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This book is an exploration into how our thoughts and emotions can change our built environment. It will focus on water as the bridge connecting our experiences with our physical environment. By focusing on our earth’s ...