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  • Nichols, Zachary (2022-05)
    As future architects, it is our goal to use the poetry of built space to spark change within our communities. This must start by understanding the community and the history of existing neighborhoods. We can use this ...
  • Sestoso, Treus (2022-05)
    The world is getting denser. Population is increasing, resources are diminishing, cities are expanding, land is becoming scarcer, man-made production is compounding, and with it all, our carbon emissions are skyrocketing. ...
  • Polchinski, Steven (2022-05)
    Buildings that follow the typical transit center typology act as liminal spaces comprised of moments of transition that are experienced briefly. This project explores the injection of performance space into the transit ...
  • Gonzalez, Sigifredo (2022-05)
    There should be an urge to redesign educational spaces because the aforementioned factors do apply to numerous educational systems in many countries. Technology has now become a widespread tool we can take advantage of. ...
  • Gibson, Noah (2022-05)
    This thesis demonstrates the value of improved energy performance of existing brick masonry buildings by establishing a well-developed envelope that keeps the character and history of the important façades of an existing ...
  • Geis, Mitchell (2022-05)
    Gothic architecture saw for the first time saw tall open spaces with an abundance of light all supported by what seemed to be an impossibly light structure. A new architectural language can be created by connecting these ...
  • Sanchez Leos, Miguel (2022-05)
    An architectural proposal in this era of war, disease and famine should seek to leverage technology to reclaim the future. Through this lens, the present-day displacement of Afghan refugees is an opportunity for rethinking ...
  • AgroHub 
    Long, Mark (2022-05)
    Rural communities often receive the least architectural attention. This thesis explores the design of an AgroHub with multiple programs to provide sustainability learning and food-related amenities to a rural community. ...
  • Rouzer, Elizabeth (2022-05)
    This thesis challenges the idea that those with depression should be removed from society and instead offer them a space that will support the bettering of their mental stability. This thesis project is the design of a ...
  • Huddleston, Leonna (2022-05)
    The goal of this thesis is to explore ways architects can contribute to the success of the world beyond the built environment, as the spaces architects create have the ability to raise awareness and promote progress. ...
  • Behrent, Kolton (2022-05)
    Structural Significance is a project aimed at studying three aspects of architectural experience: physical circulation, spatial organization, and perceptual navigation. To further understand these, the design of an airport ...
  • Santos, Kathryn (2022-05)
    Homelessness is a plague that spans across the United States. There are 553,742 people (about half the population of Maine) who experience homelessness on any given night. 60,912 of these people have served in the military. ...
  • Matherly, Kalie (2022-05)
    Though the core design of the suburban house has remained static since the Post War World II era, the world has dramatically evolved to include innovative technologies, changing family dynamics, and environmental changes. ...
  • Davis, Caleb (2022-05)
    This thesis is predicated on addressing the increasing lack of community involvement in education over the last few decades. This lack, coupled with the stagnation of physical learning environments and their failures at ...
  • Danzeisen, Joshua (2022-05)
    Disc golf is quickly becoming one of the most popular outdoor recreational activities due to its low-cost and ease of play. While the number of disc golf courses built each year is increasing at an exponential rate in ...
  • Shide, Elliott (2022-05)
    The 15 Minute City is an urban design concept that proposes all daily necessities be located within a 15-minute walk of a resident’s home. This thesis proposes that this concept, applied in conjunction with a close and ...
  • Burks, Derek (2022-05)
    In order to test this thesis a museum about the American Civil War will be created. This museum will portray the historical perspectives of the Union and Confederate sides through the entire war. These perspectives will ...
  • Pund, Daniel (2022-05)
    In order to test this thesis a museum about the American Civil War will be created. This museum will portray the historical perspectives of the Union and Confederate sides through the entire war. These perspectives will ...
  • McKoon, Courtney (2022-05)
    Mental health is just one part of what makes up a person’s overall health. However mental health can often be overlooked until one’s adult years. There are many children who go undiagnosed and therefore lack the care ...
  • Hochgesang, Camden (2022-05)
    The Uncanny is the propensity for the familiar to turn on its owners, to suddenly become defamiliarized as if in a dream. Personal and collective experience, place, and sociocultural landscapes all potentially contain ...

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