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    • The Machine of Pataphysics: Reimagining the Relationship Between Humanity & Technology 

      Forbes, Jay (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      In our world there are two things that can be seen as obvious ways that humanity could end. First is that of climate change which we hear about and attempt to deal with all the time. Second, and perhaps less obvious, is ...
    • Main Street Visual & Performing Art Center 

      Watters, Jennifer (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      The community of North Branch, Minnesota lacks a suitable fine art culture. The school district is unable to provide a quality fine art education due to lack of funding. There are few opportunities for locals to become ...
    • Maintaining the Integrity of the Public Library Building in the Digital Age 

      Engle, Alexander J. (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Today’s public library building sits in a peculiar position as media changes from the tactile to the digital. The thesis aims to illustrate the continued importance of the library as a physical place within the community. ...
    • The Maker Factory 

      Glur, Brian (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Creativity, innovation and social interaction are key elements of being human. How can architecture influence these traits and create an environment that not only inspires but allows for expression of these by means of ...
    • Manchester Tutoring Center 

      Fadley, Alicia (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The focus of this thesis is to analyze space and how it effects the mind in creative processes and learning. Looking specifically at the space’s acoustics, natural light, movement, and organization, one can create the ...
    • Manufacturing: A New Way 

      Wullschleger, Scott (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis project, titled Manufacturing: a new way, will examine manufacturing buildings, and the working conditions that exist there. The typology will be a brewery with a area of 60,000 square feet. The guiding idea ...
    • Material interactions - a center for recombinant waste 

      Peick, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Issues relating to solid waste management and human interaction thrive as a current and future challenge for human existence. Due to the abundance of waste produced within our community, utilizing our advancements in new ...
    • The Materiality of Time and Water: An Emotional and Cognitive Reinvigoration of Sustainability on the Edge of the California Coast 

      Cochrane, Bailey (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Ancient man had a full-bodied integration into the divinity of the earth that we have displaced in our modern age. We have become subjects of the technological advancements of today and as a result are tasked with ...
    • Matilda's House 

      Kohn, Amanda (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Suffering is part of the human condition, and, thus, so is healing and comfort. An architecture that can foster the healing process and the restoration of balance between mind, body, and soul brings to light the true meaning ...
    • Meadowlark Recreation Center 

      Mosser, Chase (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      The Meadowlark Recreation Center is an all encompassing recreation center with dedicated childcare facilities and programs intertwined within its architecture. The proposed facility will give the city of Minot a second ...
    • Memory and Health 

      Sanders, Luke (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Throughout the United States long term care facilities have only recently began using design to help their residences gain a better standard of living or even regain some of their independences back. They have begun ...
    • Mending the Gap: Taking Advantage of Missed Opportunities Through Bridge Design 

      Lunde, Nicholas (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Can a bridge be more than just a passageway to get from one side of a natural feature to another? Can different typologies be integrated into bridge design to create more of a destination than just a passage? Bridges ...
    • Micro Community 

      Walsh, Alec (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This book examines what occurs when we let the cycles of mother nature take precedent in the way we design through responsive creation of a small community on the banks of the Red River. As architects in the 21st century, ...
    • Mid-America Republic: A New Platform for Idea Sharing 

      Steinmann, Joseph (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Civic Architecture’s intent is to bring the people of its city together for common interests. Today, cities are growing at such an exponential rate that Civic Architecture is often overlooked. Many public buildings built ...
    • Millennial housing 

      Surat, Jacklyn (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      In this thesis, the current and past ideals of what is considered a home, the desires to create a home, and the features that make up the idea of home will be examined in regards to their being drastically changed due to ...
    • Mind healing center: a place for alleviating depression 

      Singh, Prashanta (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Architectural details, can brighten the mood of a person. A healing design might show a clearer method of refreshing the minds of clients. The quality of the spaces would magnify importance on selection of color, texture, ...
    • Mind in the External: A Rehabilitation Facility for the Clinically Depressed 

      Rummel, Hannah E. (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Recent studies in neuroscience suggest that our minds are actually projected into the outside world and the outside into our minds. By mixing this new knowledge with philosophy, research has shown that our built environment ...
    • Minding the Gap 

      Hemmesch, Taylor (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Increasingly, there is a shift from multigenerational family living to seniors residing in age-specific facilities. Due in part to the relative isolation seniors experience here, there is also a noticeable rate of depression ...
    • MindSet 

      Feimer, Whitney (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Society utilizes space as a tool to distance its most challenging and difficult citizens. In examining the question, “How can architecture influence the re-establishment of psychiatric stability in the mentally ill?”, the ...
    • Minimalism, Technology and Opportunity: Developing a New Olympic Prototype 

      Wimaladharma, Ishanka (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      It is very important as designers to make design decisions that not only effect and create results for the immediate, current situation at hand, but it is also our responsibility to create and design with the intention of ...