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    • Brewing Up a Community 

      Huebsch, John (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis begins to answer the question: through design how can different zoning types, such as commercial and industrial, be built to create a hybrid structure that would complement each zoning type? The Typology used ...
    • Bridge: A Library as Interconnection for Culture and Function 

      Vang, Shelley (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      My thesis is focused on creating an opportunity for the exchange and connection between individuals, cultures, communities, and knowledge we gain from one another. Located in the Fargo-Moorhead area, the two cities have a ...
    • Bridging program and place 

      Lyseng, Mackenzie (North Dakota State University, 2015)
      A school is an institution designed for the teaching of students, yet so often our school buildings do little to suggest that any learning occurs inside. Our schools should be designed in a way that enhances the learning ...
    • Bridging the gap - sustainability through technê 

      Burley, Holly (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      This thesis explores the relationship between experiential and scientific approaches to sustainability and the architectural approaches to the hot-button issue. It will provide an example of how an environment can encourage ...
    • Bridging the Gap: Adaptive Reuse of an Intergenerational Learning Center 

      Hirstein, Alexandra (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This design thesis adaptively reuses the former St. Louis County Jail to house an independent living facility and a preschool that incorporates an Intergenerational Learning Center, located in the Downtown Waterfront ...
    • Bringing the Rave out of the Cave 

      Bren, Travis (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      By examing the types of space raves inhabited, from the anarchist grass-root orgins of the urban undergrounds to the vast landscapes of commodified festivals of today, I question: what would the ideal 21st century rave ...
    • Broken Connections: Creating a Partnership of Mankind, Nature and Place Through Transportation 

      Warner, Justin (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This thesis examines how the revitalization of the passenger rail in America can repair an urban city’s connection with its natural surroundings, its history and its greater regional context. St. Paul, Minnesota ...
    • Building as Bridge: Re-imagining Sustainable Living Through Symphonic Design 

      DeMartelaere, Emma (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      For German Philosopher, Martin Heidegger, a bridge is a manifestation of the fourfold—Earth, Sky, Divinities, and Mortals—which is at the root of all dwelling. He believed that preserving this fourfold is how we dwell in ...
    • Building Blocks: Re-framing Urban Inestment and Community Health Through Equitable Empowerment 

      Djerf, Benjamin (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      The modern city is failing at embracing the value of difference and common ground is fading. The implicit effects of urban policy are dividing cities and putting their most marginalized communities in an even more ...
    • Building Senses: A Fresh Look At A Meaningful Retirement Community For The People Of Zhengzhou, China 

      Liu, Zhe (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis will rethink elderly people’s needs and according to that, design a building that responds to the physical and psychological aspects of the elderly population in the urban setting. The typology of this building ...
    • Building the Nest: Designing for Veteran Healing 

      Noe, Victoria (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The Eagle's Healing Nest, located in Sauk Centre, MN, serves as a refuge for veterans and active duty members where they receive the support and assistance they need. Coming from all over the country, veterans migrate to ...
    • Building Within Our Bounds 

      Olson, Drew (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This graduate thesis explores where waste (or unutilized material) is being produced in the design methodology of a mixed-use building in Fargo, ND. There is waste produced in the construction process that is inevitable, ...
    • Built on the Rock 

      Reim, Philip (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      American church buildings age, deteriorate, and vanish, their congregants dwindling and lacking the financial resources to build or maintain them. Simultaneously, a global pandemic sheds light on shortcomings in ...
    • Built Politics 

      Arndt, Matthew (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Since our built environment is not immune to the globalization of knowledge and culture what do we do as a society to keep its identity? Symbolism of a certin identity must seek out and inform the architecture of our civic ...
    • Bully Free 

      Fyre, David (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      A school is not just an educational institution; it’s a place where students build their identity. While attending school, students grow in many ways. Throughout the school experience, students will grow emotionally, ...
    • Business center for independent musicians 

      Pfaff, Russell John (North Dakota State University, 2005)
      “In music, the meter, tempo and related rhythms are referred to as time. In architecture, there exists the idea of the fourth dimension. This theory suggests that architectural forms and spaces are experienced not just in ...
    • By You For You 

      Frey, Brittney (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      By You For You examines how much stimulus is necessary for a space to meet our needs. The typology is a multi-family dwelling. The theoretical premise/unifying idea states that designing merely for basic human needs allows ...
    • Caesura: Enhancing the Culture of Fargo-Moorhead 

      Eggen, Jennifer (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The downtown area of Fargo-Moorhead is growing exponentially, yet the rapid boom in growth may result in a monotonous city center. Downtown needs an attraction — something other than shops, bars, restaurants, and apartments. ...
    • Camp Conquerors: Pushing the Boundaries of Accessible Design to Create an Inclusive Space in an All-Embracing Environment 

      Stinar, Winfred IV (North Dakota State University, 2022)
      In our society, there are certain groups of individuals who feel that they have little access to services or that society has consistently ignored them. In this instance, it is individuals with disabilities. They are often ...
    • Campus Connections 

      Jenny, Cody (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Campus Connections is a transit center on the main campus of North Dakota State University in North Dakota. The transit center was developed in response to my thesis question "How can one piece of architecture be the ...