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    • Identifying and Cultivating a Legacy and Urban Connection 

      Proulx, Kristopher (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis is a response to the exploration of the legacy of our civic communities. It will explore the manner in which these communities are developed, cultivated, and grow to meet the needs of those individuals of which ...
    • Illinois . An Exposure to Sensory Interaction 

      Holt, Wilbur (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This thesis intends to establish a new interpretation of the museum - a museum that is solely influenced by the presence or absence of sensory interaction through installations. Architectural installations have the ability ...
    • Immigrant Entrepreneurial Development Center 

      Rock, David (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Can architecture redefine the American Dream by assisting immigrants to establish themselves in a community? This question stemmed from various ideas pertaining to architectural movements and their impacts on the built ...
    • Impactful phenomenologies : Minnesota marching arts 

      Weiss, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      An emerging field of research in Architectural discourse, Architectural Phenomenology can be represented as the perception of space through the five senses. For some of the world’s most established practitioners and ...
    • In Human 

      Carter, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      This thesis aims to utilize architecture as the medium to connect children to their environments and to develop them into social beings. Jan Gehl, a Danish architect and urban design consultant, once said, “Only architecture ...
    • In Search of Independence: Progression for Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders 

      Strehlow, Benjamin (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) continue to affect a larger number of people as the medical world expands and broadens its definitions. This disorder currently touches the lives of millions of individuals, leading to an ...
    • Inbetween: Life, Loss, and Healing within Architectural Space 

      Arroyo, Javan Hur Dy (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Our relationship with loss is something that has dwindled overtime due to the lack of representation of death within our modern society. At the same time, I believe that our healthcare facilities have also played a part ...
    • Increasing Population, Decreasing Food Supply 

      Bredeson, Heather (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This project focuses on urban sprawl and how it is decreasing agricultural land and the world’s food supply. The typology is a 10,250 square foot urban greenhouse, a 6,800 square foot restaurant and a culinary arts school, ...
    • Industrial Transparency: Bridging Environments Through Recognition of Industrial Process 

      Wentworth, Kristine (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Industrial buildings are all too often forgotten in the world of design and urban planning. Pockets of industry buildings break up well design urban neighborhoods with their large, monolithic walls, usually set back from ...
    • Industrious Revival: Anticipating Architecture 

      Hall, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Utilizing the combination of the adaptive reuse design strategy and prefabricated architecture building systems this thesis will explore strategies that enable a building to adapt to better fit into its environment. Taking ...
    • Infilling the Aging: A Holistic Approach to Urban Care Environments 

      Kuelbs, Peter (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      “Infilling the Aging: A Holistic Approach to Care Environments” adresses the need for an improved connection between family, community, and those in care-based living. It addresses this issue by questioning the difference ...
    • Influencing Identity 

      Litwiller, Joshua (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Influencing Identity attempts to identify the relationship between architecture and the unique identity possessed by each city. The typology used in identifying this relationship is an addition to an art museum. The ...
    • Inhabit: Densifying Phoenix 

      Legatt, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Do you want to spend more time traveling on busy roadways, spend more money on gas, and spend less time with more important things like your family and friends? More suburban sprawl means more time driving on the roadways, ...
    • Inspire - Refugee Center 

      Hussein, Amar (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      In today’s world, many people are forced to flee their homeland due to war, unrest, and persecution. Because of conflict, millions of people worldwide become refugees. Many refugees have experienced persecution, torture, ...
    • Inspired Conservation 

      Kirscht, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis aims to achieve higher levels of building performance by instilling a consciousness toward energy conservation in inhabitants of a built construct. A variety of methods for harnessing, storing, and using energy ...
    • The Integration of Urban Agriculture into the Modern Elementary Education Curriculum - Public Private Partnership as a Community Engaged Design Venture, A Delivery Model for Stronger Schools 

      Gram, Ryan (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      What If we could create social change with the schools we build? What if we could build these schools with local partners, and not dig deeper into our tax payers wallet? Schools have been built largely the same way with ...
    • Interplanetary Habitation: Designing for Life on Mars 

      Schoeneck, Landon (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      How can architecture adapt the complex engineering systems of a Mars colony to sustainable human life? Migration and travel has evolved from the dawn of humanity to the automotive and flight industries of current times. ...
    • Interweaving Generations: Enriching Elderly and Primary Care Through Integration 

      Smieja, Michaela (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      The goal of this project is to bring people together from two different generations. I want to design a place where two groups can come together and mutually benefit from one another. A child’s mind is so amazing because ...
    • Intimate Encounters: Transportation as Theatre in Toronto's Underground 

      Rolfes, Shaun (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The accidental eye contact, the casual nudge of the thigh, and the slight smell of sweat, subway systems are multi-sensory experiences that are unique to every city. Subways are daunting and anxious spaces. Being forced ...
    • Intramural cycling environment : Bassett Creek Pedal Club 

      Cotcamp, Casey (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Understanding a specific need of the public is very important when looking at how a building can promote a healthy lifestyle, while saving energy and bringing a community closer together. Minneapolis, Minnesota, along with ...