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    • Panopticism: The Socialization of Urban Dwellers in Public Design 

      Qualley, Riley (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Public spaces in a number of large metros are often active during the work day but by night fill with criminals and the destitute. Accompanying the night brings crimes such as violence and vandalism. Through a thoughtful ...
    • Paradigms of Parallel Performance 

      Witham, Lyle (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      With this thesis design, Paradigms of Parallel Performance, I propose the reconstruction of a new 182,000 square-foot middle school facility for the city of Minot, North Dakota located on the north bank of the Souris ...
    • Parametric Animation 

      Atwood, Peter (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This project, Parametric Animation, aims to test the potential of parametric structures as an architectural design tool. Although this tool is not new in the architectural design community, the variety of its applications ...
    • Park City Manhattan 

      McLaughlin, Augustin (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Park City Manhattan is mixed-used urban development located on the East River in the New York Borough of Manhattan. Surrounded by the densely packed concrete jungle of Midtown, Park City is a project that takes an alternative ...
    • Pataphysical Prosthesis: Bringing the 3D Printing Industry from Detroit, MI to the World 

      Johnson, Carmen (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Modern architectural theory criticizes the use of computers in architectural design for producing cold, inhuman environments. How then should we use the fascinating technology at our fingertips if we are told that doing ...
    • Pedagogical Composition : an exploration of global passive practices 

      Johnson, Alec (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      The Industrial Revolution has played a dramatic role in shaping the behavior and the mindset of the American people. Innovations like electricity generation, iron production, and sheet glass production have forever ...
    • Permeable education 

      Becker, Catherine (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis, Permeable Education, provides insight into the impact that permeable architecture has on the culture in a community when applied in educational spaces. The typology, a 230,000 square foot Center for Learning ...
    • Permeable Layering 

      Schultz, Samantha (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      DESIGN WITH layering. The layering creates spaces that are safe, disconnected and protected from the outside. This is shown and felt through the creation of pathways and connections to spaces that are cut through the ...
    • Pillsbury Mill Complex 

      Zoerb, Jodi (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      In design, process is sometimes forgotten when it comes down to a finalized production. What if production, process, and progress were all intertwined instead of specified on a time line? This thesis explores how different ...
    • A Place for lace 

      Weaver, Heather (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis explores the question, “How can the digital, mechanized world of today, help keep the tradition of handcrafted Belgian lace alive?” The typology for the examination of this problem is a museum/learning center ...
    • Place of Origin: Searching for a Current Vernacular for the St. Croix River Valley 

      Schommer, Daniel (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Cultures entrench themselves in the environment. Their histories are defined by it and their people are at one with it. Current architecture at times is so universally tuned out of unique regional qualities that it begs ...
    • The Planetary Rift: Awakening the Senses to the Necessity of Nature 

      Guck, Trevor (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Around the world, confirmation of the deterioration of our planet’s ecosystem is evident. It’s become so common that we are no longer disturbed by the incineration of ancient rainforests and depletion of drinkable water ...
    • Play and the Public Realm 

      Toquam, Gabriella (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Play is what makes us human. Play provides new perspectives which are required. Play promotes relationship, of those close to us and those in public, both needed relationships. We are more connected than ever in the modern ...
    • Please Feel Invited: Children's Psychiatric Rehabilitation Using Salutogeneic Design 

      Taylor, Eva (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Mental health is a state of psychological, emotional, and social wellbeing that can have a variety of difficulties that affect the daily function of a person. Mental illness is a persistent problem, with the most ...
    • Plug it in: A perpetual living system 

      Nelson, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Plug it in explores the question -- are the principles and guidelines of modularity sufficient to accommodate a community and yield a city. The problem will be expressed by the design of a mixed-use potential building with ...
    • PODs and MODs : Modularity as a Response to the Skills Gap 

      Cristy, Joshua Kyle (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      PODs & MODs focuses on vocational trades schools, design build programs, entrepreuneurial maker space startups, modular shipping container builders and the manufacturing industry to investigate the issues companies are ...
    • Post Pandemic Shopping 

      Matejcek, Karlie (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Shopping malls were originally designed to give people the opportunity to socialize and shop within the same environment. The shopping mall concept is extremely important within the urban spacial system, as it connects ...
    • Precarious Landscapes: Valparaiso's Earthquake Research Center and Memorial Museum 

      Jara, Natalia (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      The relationship of humans and nature has changed over time due to the advancement of technology and science, which has led us to believe that everything in the world can be somehow explained and controlled. However, a ...
    • Preserving our History 

      Cremer, Danielle (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This project, Preserving our History, focuses on the integration of green design strategies, energy efficient design and historical preservation for the purpose of restoring neighborhoods within our city limits. Historic ...
    • Preventative Approach 

      Johnson, Justin (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis examines and researches a preventative approach toward the present mental healthcare practice. The current mental healthcare system focuses on a curative instead of a preventative approach. This current treatment ...