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    • Community Identity: Re-connecting City + River 

      Nies, Shane (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This project will examine a growing city’s historical origin that has been lost. The typology will be community center and library accompanied by a bridge/site rennovation. The guiding idea is that the design will be ...
    • Community, Culture, & Compassion: Creating Space for Exchange & Community Building 

      Davy, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Every person has a different background and personal perspective. This background shapes how we perceive and interact with others in our daily lives. Can shared spaces and experiences shift our perspectives and make us ...
    • Compressed Agriculture Initiative 

      Homic, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Increasingly within urban population growth there is a greater demand on the agricultural resources needed to keep these populations properly fed. As these stresses on the agricultural space and supply chain increase, ...
    • Computational Community: An Aggregation Based Modular Housing Development 

      Thomson, James III (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      How can computation and aggregation-based design tools be utilized in the creation of a modular housing development? Using existing computer modelling and computational programming tools, such as Rhinoceros and its plugin ...
    • Concerning the Masked in Architecture 

      Bales, Fernando (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The thesis responds to the statement that queries the role of the designer and asks whether or not one can "unmask" that which has been covered up by our tendencies in the way we live. The typology being a master-builder ...
    • Connected by Nature: Linking the Public to Science 

      Smith, Emerson (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      As human development increasingly puts pressure on the natural environment, research into how to mitigate damage will be more vital than ever. Despite this, society chooses to ignore the advice of experts and disregard the ...
    • Connecting US 

      Ford, Taylor (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Imagine experiencing multiple different cities and cultures within a single day. In Europe, this is easily accessible, partly because of the close proximity and small scale of countries, but also because of their means ...
    • Continuum 

      Trojan, Joshua (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      As a contemporary society, we pursue sustainability to mitigate environmental unbalance. However, we rarely reflect on the temporal and cyclical nature of our existence, which exposes the premise of sustainability; continuance ...
    • Contrasting History 

      Jensen, Jared (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This graduate thesis examines the inherent meaning in a constructed building and using that to find a new purpose for that building that embraces its style, age, and purpose. Through this connection with history, the ...
    • Cooling Off Social Meltdown 

      Shibuya, Hajime (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      These days many problems are discussed worldwide including the environmental, cultural, and economic fields. Pollutions from industrial exhausts are killing not only the ecological environment but for us, human being. ...
    • Courage campus - a place of healing and re-discovery 

      Avard, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis will help develop a place where armed force members can begin to reconnect back to society. Architecture will be used to create a safe haven for service members andfamilies who have been affected by horrifying ...
    • Coworking and the Social Office 

      Nohr, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Our community is an integral part of our identity and our relationship with one another gives us purpose. Architecture constructs the environment and so constructs our interactions. This thesis explores how architectural ...
    • Cradle for change : finding the space between home and homelessness 

      Economos, Jason (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis is about creating a place where the poor and homeless can live without fear of where the money for their living arrangements is coming from and where they can be taught useful skills for reintegrating into ...
    • Crafting Community through Architecture 

      Theisen, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      This project intends to allow the public to have easy access to various resources and spaces within which to practice art, material hobbies, music, or simply gathering in a creative environment. This intent will be fulfilled ...
    • Creating for creativity 

      Brackel, Alicia (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis, Creating for Creativity, examines the impact an experience of an environment has on its inhabitant’s creativity. The typology of this project is a 76,000 square foot art museum and creativity center located ...
    • Cruel and Unusual: The Architecture of Oppression 

      Cwiak, Cory (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Currently over 2.4 million people are incarcerated in the state prison system in the United States. This figure is a result of dramatic spike in incarceration since 1980, in which the U.S. prison population has grown ...
    • Cultivate: A Vertical Solution 

      Schuler, Jeffrey (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis titled “Cultivate: a Vertical Solution” will address the question, “How can architects stop suburban sprawl?” The typology of this project will be a 535,234 sqft high-rise mixed-use vertical farm in Brooklyn ...
    • Cultivating Content 

      Berggren, Andrew (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Cultivating Content aims to uncover truths about current social and environmental dilemmas, while revealing how mass transportation can be used to rectify them. It states that transportation via personal automobile has ...
    • Cultural Confluence: A Spirited Learning Environment 

      Ertl, Tyler (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Education has been at the forefront of all cultures since the beginning of time. Success, often described and held to different standards throughout the world, has often relied on its instructors, setting, and facilities. ...
    • Cutting the Red Tape 

      Boateng, Linda (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      In a lot of cities, there seems to be districts that appeared to be struggling financially and there is a stigma around those areas that no one would want to live there. The housing usually looks subpar and does not fit ...