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    • Technology Past and Present: An Exploration In Agricultural Archaeology 

      Barnett, Adam D. (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This book examines the history of technology specific to the area of agriculture. Technology exists as a product of culture, and can therefore be studied through the field of anthropology, even more specifically archaeology. ...
    • Teens: Let's Give Them Some Space 

      Holzwarth, Haley (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      At a time when we can find numerous divisions between ourselves and the next person, there is one thing that every adult has in common: we were once a teenager. Like any experience, being a teenager comes with moments ...
    • Test of Time 

      Kleist, Lane (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis is a study of how the use of recycled materials can express the passage of time within a society or culture. The building typology for the execution of this idea is a historical museum. The Theoretical ...
    • Theater of Community: Enabling a Vibrant and Interconnected Community through Careful Preservation of an Architectural Monument 

      Saddler, Nick (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      In his book The Creative City, urbanist Charles Landry speaks at length about hard and soft infrastructure in cities. Hard infrastructure referring to the built environment and the functions that support it and soft ...
    • Theater of Life: Participatory Design as a Feature for Intentional Adaptation to a Diverse Set of Lifestyles 

      Hasse, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The purpose of this thesis is to propose an integrated model for intentional living and participatory design. Theater of Life seeks to expand the potential of housing in a dense urban environment with blank canvas units ...
    • Theatric depth : the theatre and the public 

      Atchison, Benjamin (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      My Thesis explores the way architecture can evoke a more meaningful relationship to the public realm. The project will attempt to reawaken a “space of participation” by challenging the changing understudy of public and ...
    • Theodore Hamm's Rebrew 

      Stephenson, Kenneth (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      A brewery that produced beer for roughly 130 years employing thousands of workers from the area has been sitting vacant for 17 years slowing crumbling from lack of upkeep. With the constant threat of being razed and losing ...
    • Thesis book: V 

      Mork, Jarrett (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Vertical Farming in Portland
    • Thinking Ahead: Re-Imagining Higher Education through Active Learning and Adaptive Space 

      Almen, Nathan (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      An analytical re-imagining of the higher educational model through architecture has the ability to redefine the fundamentals of collegiate study. Traditional higher education pedagogies impede on meaningful education and ...
    • A Threshold for the Homeless: Between the Smooth and the Striated 

      Severson, Emily (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      In today’s society the homeless are often marginalized because they do not fit the normalized idea of sedentary dwelling in post-industrial societies. This leads to a misunderstanding of the motivations and personal values ...
    • Through A Screen Darkly: The Fantastic Countersite of Minneapolis' Film Archive + Museum 

      Rhone, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      What can architecture and film learn from one another’s process of creating worlds? ¬Image has transformed through time from the origins of desire to our modern world of mechanically reproduced images. During the ...
    • Through a Technical Lens 

      Martin, Craig (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Through a Technical Lens will examine how architecture can facilitate advances in modern astronomical technique and equipment, specifically in the building typology of observatories and visitor centers. This design of an ...
    • Through the Other: The Social Impact of Architecture and Recognition of the Other 

      Sibo, Ulysses (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      The United States of America was established on July 4th, 1776. That day marked the birth of a nation of immigrants. It was through the hard work and dedication of those immigrants and their descendants that this became ...
    • Thunderbird Centre Resort: Transforming a Legacy of Olympic burden 

      Froese, Dustin (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      In the wake of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, specialized sporting facilities such as the Whistler Sliding Center have become unused mementos that are expensive to maintain and are a burden to the local ...
    • Today for Tomorrow 

      Anderson, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Educating today’s children about the facts of sustainable awareness is essential to reach the maximum potential in order to provide for both the environment and future populations. In today’s world, children seem to ...
    • Together Belize 

      Neururer, Dylan (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Developing countries are at times plagued by natural disasters, struggling economies, and inadequate housing. Many times other nations send support such as food, workers and/or supplies. Although this aid is sent with good ...
    • TOWARD INTEGRATION : Collaborative Architecture and Design Methods 

      Mathern, Zachary (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis investigates the current delivery methods architects use to create buildings in relation to the access to and quality of them. It pays special attention to investigating new delivery methods, which enable a ...
    • Trace. Trope. Transcend: A Monument to the Memory of what Global Society has Lost due to the Inescapable Attributes of War 

      Moen, Zachariah (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      This project is a tribute to all those who have lost their lives due to the inevitabilities of war, innocent death and sacrifice both foreign and domestic, a monumental memorial to the lives of friends, families, homes, ...
    • Transcending Borders 

      Johnson, Helen (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Despite the popularity of border issues in today’s media, the spatial transformation, which borders create remain unrecognized. The Thesis discusses the relationship between architecture and borders. Borders are much ...
    • Transcultural Education: Building Understanding through Architecture 

      Mack, Olivia (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Architecture has the innate ability to control the environment in which it creates, so it presents itself as a tool for creating desired outcomes. This desired outcome is the change of social climate through Transcultural ...