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    • Additive + Subtractive: Reimagining the Work of a Mid-Century Master 

      Brandt, Jorgen D. (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      How do we build upon someone else’s work in a thoughtful and meaningful way while respecting the original character of their work? The challenge is even greater when the designer and architecture are known around the world ...
    • Aeronautical destinations 

      Rathbone, Brett (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      One can arrive at as many as three or more airports on the way to their destination with two layovers during the trip, KFAR to KMSP to KSLC to KPSP for example. How can an airport design be more than just a vehicle for ...
    • Aesthetogenesis: Designing a Healthier City 

      Crowe, Devin (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Experimental cities and theoretical exercises may seem inconsequential to the realities of today but they can shed light on how future developments and practices can be implemented. The technology exists to heal the ...
    • Ag Zero: Architectural Design + Midwest Agriculture 

      Dick, Chandler (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      The Urban Architecture communities and the Rural Agricultural Communities have been separated for so much of history. The profession of architecture can stretch far beyond just the typical urban environment. The ...
    • Aletheia & The Unforgetting of Language: The International Rare Books Library of New York 

      Alenjery, Niloufar (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      A language dies every two weeks somewhere in the world. (Crystal, 1999). With increasing economic integration on national and regional scales, people find it easier to communicate and conduct business in the dominant ...
    • Alexander Cancer Treatment and Research Center: Transformational Healing Through Atmospheric Architecture 

      Hunt, Jared (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      The aim of this thesis is to study the cognitive effects of architectural design specifically related to patient care in architecture. Much of architecture today is based upon efficiency, potential profit, and aesthetics ...
    • Algorithmic Design and Architectural Machines 

      Langr, Hannah (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      What is our relationship with technology? As designers, we sit on the precipice between the abstract and the alien; between meaningful imagination and reductive otherness. With the permeation of algorithmic software in the ...
    • Alpine Impact: Improving Functionality When Structure Is Impacted By Maximum Stresses 

      Bauer, Brittany (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This Thesis will explore how a design solution specific to its geographic location is impacted by natural forces of that region. By providing a proper design solution to accommodate for training and operation of search and ...
    • Alzheimer's Remediation Center: Architecture for Research Innovation and Treatment 

      Mauch, Amanda (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      “Alzheimer’s Remediation Center: Architecture for Research Innovation and Treatment” addresses the question, “How can perceived spaces within a structure affect memory retention?” The Typology from which to examine this ...
    • The American Conversation 

      Koenig, Amelia (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The transparency between the political and public realm is currently a blurred perception today. My architectural objective isn’t to influence or convince you to ultimately believe in particular political ideals. It is ...
    • Amplifying Aquatic Thresholds: A Great Lakes Conservation & Research Center on Washington Island, WI 

      Gemlo, Rachel (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This Thesis titled “Amplifying Aquatic Thresholds: A Great Lakes conservation research center on Washington Island, WI” investigates the question, “how do natural formations influence the way we interact with a site as a ...
    • ANALGESIC: PLACEBO 

      Adamietz, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis is to look at the effects of society and the environment on the mental well being of the population. The project will be a center for alternative psychological studies incorporating a mental health institute ...
    • Anishinaabe: re-examining the past 

      Kern, Logan (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Nature and human history are the guiding forces to ensure a prosperous future for many generations. Native Americans have a rich history of living off the land and being in close contact with nature in all aspects of their ...
    • Anthrozoology Center: Healing Through Animal-Assisted Therapy 

      Smith, Elaine (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Anthrozoology is defined as the interdisciplinary study of the interaction between humans and other animals. This thesis involves animal-human relationships and the ways that animals can improve the mental, physical, and ...
    • Aquatic Research Center, Maui, HI 

      Lacek, Kyle (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis project is meant to explore, in architectural terms, the question of “what will happen if water levels continue to rise, and population levels continue to grow at an alarming rate?” This issue will impact all ...
    • Architect Developer: The Maslo - Housing with an Impact 

      Willert, Grant (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      The traditional delivery method of an architectural project as we know is a lengthy, linear process. A client has a vision or parcel of land to develop, and they rely on an architect to make it come to life. The architect ...
    • Architectural Asset Development 

      Kinney, Dane (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis attempts to elucidate the connection between architecture and how well students perform academically and socially based on how much pleasure they attain from the architecture of their high school campus. The ...
    • Architectural efficiency : designing with user productivity in mind 

      Schnack, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      Workplace productivity is important to the success and operation of any business. If a business can maximize its productivity, it is more likely to succeed and grow. This is especially true in the restaurant and manufacturing ...
    • Architectural Gastronomy: Connecting the Art of Architecture and Food 

      Ogaard, Alysse (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      Food and shelter are two constants that have been vital to survival throughout human history. These two facets of life must co emerge to enhance the world for future prosperity of resources and human connections. ...
    • Architectural Mediation: Accommodating Private Development & Public Good 

      Lockwood, Sarah (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This Thesis, Architectural Mediation, will explore how to answer the question: how can architecture mediate the interests of private development and public good? The design of a combination transit stop, art gallery, and ...