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Title: Lake Street Teen Center
Author: Mueller, Kelsi
Abstract: The Lake Street Teen Center addresses the question how can design positively impact a place susceptible to delinquent behavior? The Typology for the investigation of this problem is a center for teens. The Theoretical Premise/Unifying idea which ushers the research is “Architectural design can create healthy environments to promote good behavior.” The site for the project is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The square footage for the building is 8,554 square feet. By combining qualitative and quantitative data the Mixed Method research approach was used to examine the theoretical premise, unifying idea, and problem statement.key words: adolescents healthy environment delinquent behavior teen center Minneapolis
Date: 2014-05
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/23209

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