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  • Monroe, Alyssa (2019-05-16)
    Dementia, a chronic and progressive disorder of the brain, affects 50 million people worldwide. There are no current successful treatments, preventions, or cures for dementia. This thesis focuses on the design of a set of ...
  • Wilson, Richard (2012-05-17)
    Currently within the United States we are witnessing the largest aging population demographic of any time in our history. This is the “baby-boomer” generation; the Post-World War II babies which were born between 1946 and ...
  • Bayer, Christopher (2012-05-17)
    With the national economy on the fall many have questioned the future of the country. The State of Michigan in particular has come into a very trying time in its economic history. With the future of the automotive companies ...
  • Zelenock, Julie (2012-05-17)
    A study of how the environment will effect the education habits of elementary school students.
  • Rahman, Shurid (2012-05-22)
    Shifts caused by de-industrialization in Western societies in concert with the development of the global economy are directly challenging the primary school archetype in the United States and other developed nations. ...
  • Bannon, Brian (2012-05-17)
    When designing architecture, an architect must always decide how best to engage the existing conditions to most effectively initiate the newly introduced conditions. Whether remodeling an older facility or building something ...
  • Scott, Justin (2015-04-27)
    This thesis looks at the opportunity entertainment holds in the urban setting. What makes entertainment such an important factor to human life since we have became civilized? Not only does it have an emotional effect, but ...
  • Gelow, Amanda (2012-05-17)
    The environment in which we live is always changing. It can change slightly throughout one day, moderately from season to season, or even more intensely in times of severe environmental occurrences. The thesis project will ...
  • Dang, Tiffany (2022-05-10)
    Theatre is everywhere. Each day, it is natural that we live socially by playing a role of ourselves on a theatre stage, which is the world. But these daily interactions do not impose a new perspective on the environment. ...
  • Bussière, Krysia (2014-05-20)
    Fermont, Québec is an iron mining town of 2874 people. In 1974, a panel of architects, planners and engineers designed a 1.3 kilometre long community complex which acts as a windscreen to protect the town from the Northeasterly ...
  • Brozowski, Brodrick (2020-09-10)
    Throughout life one is presented with moments of heightened experience, but they are all connected by a seemingly infinite amount of in-between moments. The combination of these in-between moments creates a concept of ...
  • Grabowski, Elizabeth (2014-05-21)
    This thesis is a catalogue of ideas, objects, and designs that are all connected with one over arching concept developed through out the academic thesis: evolutionary functionalism. Evolution as a model can be applied to ...
  • Coppersmith, Adam (2012-05-17)
    Establishing a residence is an ongoing event for most. Individuals will have multiple spaces that they inhabit during their lifetime. They move from one location to another due to a variety of different influences and ...
  • Klee, Jacob (2018-08-23)
    Strolling a small town Main Street, the mind starts to drift—recalling a better time, where happy people read the newspaper and tip their top hats at the general store. Indeed, such towns often cling to this nostalgic past, ...
  • Ward, Matthew (2015-07-16)
    Lighting certainly affects one’s perception of their surrounding environment. Everyone has experienced the effect of lighting from various sources (sun, moon, etc.), but the impression that it leaves will vary depending ...
  • Cornillaud, Chapin (2015-01-22)
    A city: pieces, many different people and places that all come together. We can never know how they will fit together or if they will cohesively fit at all, but we can try to create an environment that will facilitate ...
  • Cordes, Joseph (2012-05-17)
    Why does a place feel livelier than another? How does a place hold people’s attention and presence? How does a place beget vitality? Why does a place fall into abandonment? How can it be revived? Many people idealize the ...
  • Exit Only 
    Miklovich, Kaitlyn (2019-06-03)
    This thesis aims at defragmenting what the interstate system has fragmented throughout the United States. It explores the history of the freeways across the United States and takes an in depth look at Detroit, Michigan ...
  • Pfaff, Jason (2012-05-17)
    In today’s modern culture, architecture is not normally thought of as an applied art by most people. This is because architecture is often viewed merely as a structure instead of being thought of as something with a broader ...
  • Wolschleger, Justin (2021-05-18)
    This thesis proposes that post-industrial ruins are fascinating both through the perception of the ruin and its representation of image in photography. Our perception of the ruin is at its greatest when the post-industrial ...

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