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    • MindSet 

      Feimer, Whitney (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Society utilizes space as a tool to distance its most challenging and difficult citizens. In examining the question, “How can architecture influence the re-establishment of psychiatric stability in the mentally ill?”, the ...
    • Minimalism, Technology and Opportunity: Developing a New Olympic Prototype 

      Wimaladharma, Ishanka (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      It is very important as designers to make design decisions that not only effect and create results for the immediate, current situation at hand, but it is also our responsibility to create and design with the intention of ...
    • Minneapolis Mixed Use City Center for Arts and Culture 

      Olusanya, Babatunde (North Dakota State University, 2005)
      The urban area, the heart and soul of a city; the people its living breathing separately, uniquely performing varied actions and activities with individual intentions but still all manage to move as one. One pulse ...
    • Minnesota Juvenile Correctional Facility: Respect, Reaction, Rehabilitation 

      Merten, Katie R. (North Dakota State University, 2005)
      As a thesis project, I propose a minimum security juvenile correctional facility in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. With this low security-type, most inmates will usually spend usually no more than five years in this facility ...
    • Minnesota River Valley Research and Interpretive Center 

      Keim, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2006)
      The project typology is a building which will consist of educational gatherings and displays, and areas devoted to research and development. The thesis will examine how natural forces and imported historical architectural ...
    • Mississippi River Adventure 

      Erickson, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      My project will provide a means of adventure, discovery, and heightened awareness of the cultural, historical, and physical nature of the Mississippi River and surrounding area. The typology will be a “watercraft and ...
    • Modular Montessori: Educating Towards Ecological Sustainability 

      Schmidt, Thomas (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      The world has experienced rapid change in the last fifty years. Though most change can be counted as good, there has been a fair amount of negative changes happening that continue to be major issues today. Issues such ...
    • Movie House: Fantasizing the Ideal, Saint Paul, Minnesota 

      Bean, Travis Sheridan (North Dakota State University, 2005)
      The focus for this thesis project is the need to represent the real or fantasize the ideal in an urban environment with the design of a multi screen movie house. Designing a structure which involves a transition from the ...
    • A Moving City 

      Vetter, Michael (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis will provide some answers to the question, “How can public transportation respond to the built environment to improve how we move within a city?” The typology for the examination of this problem is a light ...
    • MSCTC Redesign: Bringing Higher Education into the 21st Century 

      Jaeger, James Scott (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      Colleges and universities are uniquely important to our future as a society as they harbor and cultivate the minds of the future generations of leaders. It’s extremely important for these spaces to cater to learning and ...
    • Mtns Edge Community Center: A Youth Interaction and Sports Facility for Kootenai County 

      Douglas, Brit (North Dakota State University, 2006)
      The designed thesis is a center for interaction in which to provide many opportunities, as well as encourage the participation in different activities. Built on the Rathdrum Prairie in Kootenai County, Idaho, the facility ...
    • Multi-Minimal 

      Schoenfish, Tucker Darwin (North Dakota State University, 2023)
      The cost of living has started to increase quite drastically over the recent years. From renting an apartment, to buying or building a home. Land and material prices have skyrocketed, especially during and after the ...
    • A Museum of Architectural Elements 

      Crowley, Shawn (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      The theoretical premise of this thesis is “Architects communicate through the innovation, adaption and organization of elements like: structure, materials, motifs, signs, symbols and form with a society whose members are ...
    • Museum: The Beauty of Lean 

      Stone, Timothy M. (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Museums are universal institutions dedicated to the preservation of culture: This one will be located in the vicinity of downtown Fargo, North Dakota, with a approximate square footage of 38,000. Architectural design, ...
    • The Myth of sustainable culture : The National Museum of Gems, Metals & Minerals 

      Qual, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      As Hans-Georg Gadamer explains, because modern society is so focused on specialization, medicine and health have become disjointed from common knowledge. Similarly, sustainability is often unrealizable to the users of a ...
    • Native Architecture: Sustainable Design Theory Applied to Affordable Housing in a Rural Setting 

      Witham, David (North Dakota State University, 2005)
      This project will seek a holistic and sustainable solution to rural housing and community design. The community of Cannonball will be the subject of this design study. Implementation of principles of sustainability will ...
    • Natural Healing: Physical and Spiritual Healing (in a Powerful and Nurturing Setting) 

      McGinn, Rachel (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This thesis, Natural Healing: Physical and Spiritual Healing (in a Powerful and Nurturing Setting), examines how healing spaces in a clinical setting can influence the healing process of cancer patients undergoing treatment ...
    • Nature in Architecture 

      Brown, Aaron (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis provides answers to the question: How can we, as architects, make a building of the environment in which it is built? The typology for the examination of this problem is multi-family housing. The theoretical ...
    • The Nature of happiness 

      Carlson, Alexander (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Designed as a 384,300 SF urban mixed-use community Node and placed in Minneapolis, MN this thesis attempts to show how architectural design may respond to the overwhelming pollution, poor quality of life and mass urban ...
    • Nature of Hospitality 

      Ziegelman, Jodi (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis searches to provide an answer to the question: how is hospitality expressed in architectural terms and how does this affect our perception of space? The Building Typology for analysis of the problem is a ...