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    • Empowerment through Architecture: Designing Refugee Habitats to Empower Rohingya Refugees in Kutupalong, Bangladesh 

      Salmela, Laura (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 602,400 Rohingya refugees reside in the Kutupalong-Balukhali Expansion Site. Located along the coast of south eastern Bangladesh, the camp has become a haven ...
    • Empty Spaces: Architecture Healing the Emptiness within Victims of Abuse and Sexual Exploitation 

      Rachac, Keira (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Just as death is underrepresented in modern society, women who have been exploited in abuse, domestic violence, stalking, rape, and sex trafficking have also become underrepresented. A voice needs to be given to these ...
    • Encompassing Spirituality : An Exercise In Formal Gathering 

      Heidrich, Christopher (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis project is an exploration of the built environment and how it is affected by the way people of different religions gather together. Bound by a familiar belief in a higher power based in the certainty of a ...
    • The end of the Mill: A Forensic Interpretation of Swany White and Reconstruction of a Local Brewery 

      Miller, Joseph (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The End of Mills; A Forensic Interpretation of Swany White and Reconstruction of a Local Brewery addresses the question, “How can the loss of the last Century old flour mill in Minnesota be commemorated?” For an architectural ...
    • Energy of Water : An Empirical Study into the Human Connection to Water 

      Franzen, Stephanie (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This book is an exploration into how our thoughts and emotions can change our built environment. It will focus on water as the bridge connecting our experiences with our physical environment. By focusing on our earth’s ...
    • Engineering The Digital Workplace: The Architecture of Changing Social Interaction 

      Lagergren, Eric (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      “Engineering the Digital Workplace” explores how meaningful design can inform, and be informed by, social interaction in an increasingly connected and less private society. The thesis proposes to create a model for how ...
    • Enhanced Assisted Living: An Architectural Strategy to Reduce the Negative Effects for Society Caused by Aging Population 

      Xing, Mengke (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Due to the emergence of large numbers of elderly people as the Baby Boomer generation ages and the life span extended, an aging population has become a serious issue for modern society with far-reaching economic and ...
    • Enhancing the Ballpark Experience: NDSU Softball Complex Renovation 

      Heintzman, Haley (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      There are countless factors that influence how people experience the environment around them. These influences include sensory dynamics, such as light, noise, temperature, and sound, as well as memorable events, and ...
    • Ensemble : The Art of Inspiration 

      Howard, Kasey (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis will speak to the integration of the performing arts and visual arts and architecture. Architecture should inevitably be integral with the contents within. Consequently the content within the structure ...
    • Enviro-Braille: A Transcribed Language of Architectural Elements 

      Cragoe, Laura (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Architecture has an immense effect on our perception of reality. The way one gains understanding of their surroundings depends heavily on stimulation of senses. The pitfall of designers is the consciousness paid to ...
    • Environmental Synergism 

      Brandsrud, Seth (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis researches and examines the impact that an environmental education center would have on the public in a wilderness setting. The public lacks an educational facility that can model a more sustainable way of life ...
    • Environments for Aging 

      LaGrange, Stephen (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis examines alternative living environments for the fast growing population of baby boomers heading into retirement. The main idea is to use sustainable design within a natural environment to stimulate the well ...
    • Envision: The Future of Office Space 

      Brown, Douglas Jr. (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      The future of office work is in a rush for a quick yet long lasting solution. Offices need a space that will allow people to access work safely without worrying about the spread of any germs and allowing themselves to ...
    • EOS 1: Evolution of Sustainability 

      Thomas, Jonathan (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Human interaction is a real need fulfilled by simple communication, verbal or non verbal. Individualism and congregation are part of everyday settings. The built environment has a large influence on how and when these ...
    • Ephemeral Population : Housing for a Transient Workforce 

      Hoffer, Eric (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      Western North Dakota is currently experiencing a tremendous oil boom which is attracting people from all over the country because of the prospects of money, work, and a better way of life. Communities are desperately trying ...
    • ethos-mores architecture 

      Popescu, Ana-Maria (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question, how, as an outsider, do we begin to understand cultural values that are not ours and how does one measure the degree of threat to a minority culture when cultural values ...
    • eVACuATION 

      Best, Taylor (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Globally, natural disasters are responsible for displacing thousands of families every year. With the unpredictable aspect and lack of predictability the displacements can last anywhere from a few days to a year. Though ...
    • Events Machine 

      Arlt, Robert (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis explores the relation between narrative and (im)material: investigating traditional means of making architectural media while testing and generating representation with film (narrative) in the pursuit of a ...
    • The Evolution of Wonder Through History: Reopening the Realm in Seven Mythic Experiments of Technological Interconnection 

      Marso, Daniel J. (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      As Henri Frankfort suggests, the sense of interconnection between ancient people, nature, and the cosmos, was perceived as a living “Thou”. As humanity has advanced this emphasis on interconnection has faded from something ...
    • Expanding Experiential Perception 

      Denault, Allison (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      By understanding the affects of built space on those who have limited physical or mental abilities, we are able to create space that could facilitate their very specific needs. Currently, there are many ways to facilitate ...