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Joshua Klooster University of Nebraska-Lincoln


name: address: telephone: email:

Joshua Craig Klooster 1155 manatt street lincoln, ne 68521 (402) 432-6691 joshklooster@hotmail.com


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Multimodal Lincoln Dead Mall Walking Product Design Tampa Bay Rays Ballpark Student Recreation Center Bryan Health Wellness Center Critical Access Hospital 2


Multimodal Lincoln Public transportation was the generator of changing the urban fabric of Lincoln, Nebraska. In two phases we determined the best system and route alignment for a public transportation network and then a specific area to redevelop along the network. Phase One: As a class we analyzed the city of Lincoln, Nebraska. We focused on a public transportation system that would link the city and spark redevelopment along the routes. Population, density, points of interest, and amenities were just a few of the key determining factors of the location of a Light Rail. Phase Two: Redeveloping an area along the Light Rail alignment. We chose the South Haymarket as the focus area due to the Haymarket Arena development along with expanding historic Haymarket to the south. Working in conjunction with a Landscape Architecture student we developed a master plan and then developed a specific iconic building along the light rail alignment.

Project: Light Rail Development Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Professors: Mark Hoistad & Kim Wilson Studio: Urban Design Spring 2011 3


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Multi-Family Housing [Other Topics Analyzed] Activities Related to Land Use

Potential Mass Transit Riders Active Neighborhoods

Walkability Within Areas

Future Development Opportunities

Population Density


Crossroad Locations Proximity from LPlan 2040

Bicycle “Park & Ride” Commuter Bicycle Trails

Shared Bicycle Routes

Commercial Zoned Land

Traffic Volumes

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CANOPY ROAD

HARRIS OVERPASS

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POWER STATION

9TH STREET

D.E.C.

8TH STREET

7TH STREET

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FUTURE PARK COLOR

COTSWOLD

DAIRY HOUSE

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Dead Mall Walking The intent is to demonstrate potential renewal efforts in an urbanized district. The site needs renewal and densification to survive from becoming a dead mall. To head off this dreaded fate our goal is to reinvigorate the district into fully mixed-use walking zones within the city. As a class we developed an urban design district plan and then we moved into a development of specific buildings on the district plan. The specific building developed is located at the end of the green strip. Developing a theatre along with meeting rooms for the community was the program determined. One strategic objective was to activate the water feature that was dividing the new development from the existing urban fabric.

Project: Crossroads Redevelopment/Theatre Location: Omaha, Nebraska Professor: Thomas Laging Studio: Vertical Studio Fall 2011 9


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Product Design Research, design, and construction of a particular product were the key elements of the class. We learned fundamental design, design development and construction in different phases to complete a prototype for the design of a product. The goal: to create a simple coffee table that has strong visual impact acting as a centerpiece in the room. Using strong linear lines to pull your eye across the piece to achieve a simple, bold focus to a living room where people will gather around. The table design consists of contrasting types of wood shifting along an axis to create a strong visual line. The aluminum trim is a continuous line that wraps around the table adding another line to follow throughout piece.

Product: Coffee Table Professor: Tom Allisma Product Design: Fall 2011 17


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Joshua Klooster Product Design ARCH 417 Fall 2011 Assistant Professor: Tom Allisma Lecturer: Andy Schultz (Coffee Table)

The goal: to create a simple coffee table that has strong visual impact acting as a centerpiece in the room. Using strong liner lines to pull your eye across the piece to achieve a simple, bold centerpiece to a living room where people will gather around. Contrasting types of wood shifting along an axis to creating a strong visual line to draw the eye along with the aluminum trim is a continuous line that wraps around the table adding another line to follow throughout the table. The overall project was using a simple shape and gesture to function as a coffee table but act as a piece of furniture that will draw people around it having an emotional impact in the space as well. It's a simple, bold coffee table (centerpiece).

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Tampa Bay Rays Ballpark Tampa Bay is the only professional baseball team to play in a dome. With poor attendance at Tropicana Field the team may decide to leave the city unless things change. Moving the team to from St. Petersburg to downtown Tampa would solve some of the general problems. Locating the stadium in the downtown would provide great public transportation to the stadium, location of other attractions for fans to make the game day an event and also an easier destination for tourists. The stadium by the bay would allow for access to a nice bay-side park, shared parking between the Tampa Bay Times Forum and the Convention Center and easy access by different modes of transportation. The design fit contextually into the block allowing the stadium to capture the downtown skyline and defining the block with a significant piece of architecture. Generating a good seat for everyone to enjoy a baseball game in beautiful sunny Florida was significant. The open concourse level allows fans to enjoy the game from their seats or from the concession line. The open design to allow for the breezes to cool the fans and the raised steps to reach the concourse level creates a monumental experience attending a game reviving baseball in Florida. Project: Stadium Design Location: Tampa Bay, Florida Professor: Nate Krug Studio: Vertical Studio Spring 2012 21


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Hold Street Edge

Continue Green Space

Main Entrances

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Maximum Viewing Distance 527 feet

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Best common axis of operation for many sports Range acceptable for football and rugby Best range of track and field pitch games

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First Pitch

Playing Surface

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Type of Ballpark

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Red Sox Mets Pirates Yankees Indians Phillies Royals Orioles Cubs White Sox Rockies Tigers Braves Rangers Marlins Cardinals Nationals Reds Giants Twins Astros Padres Angels

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Day (23%) Night (67%)

Astro Turf (7%) Grass (93%)

Dome (3%) Retractable Roof (17%) Outdoor (80%)


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Student Recreation Center The University of Nebraska-Lincoln campuses are changing drastically with the master planning being conducted by Sasaki along with the East Campus Recreation Center remodel. 360 Architects teamed up with a planting design studio to generate ideas on how the building's landscape can influence the architecture. Through a workshop with the designers on the project our studio generated ideas in small groups. Over the next few weeks working in small groups of architecture, landscape design and landscape management students, we refined ideas generated from the workshop. The design of the landscape was based off of the strong axis generated by the master plan along with the site access, views, private and public areas, solar gain and seasonal interest. Creating a landscape with defined access, different zones of activities, active spaces to promote wellness and seasonal interest throughout the year helped generate the final scheme. Having a very social entrance, screened yoga deck, and views from the indoor track were just a few strong ideas achieved through the interdisciplinary communication between the group members in this project.

Project: UNL East Campus Recreation Center Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Professor: Kim Todd Planting Design: Fall 2012 27


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Bryan Health Wellness Center In collaboration with HDR, the Healthcare Design Studio took a look at the expansion of Bryan Medical Center campus. The Bryan Medical Center is currently a 672-bed, not for profit healthcare provider located in Lincoln, Nebraska. The first phase was the master plan development generated by small groups. Our main concept was developing wellness paths/networks that link the new campus buildings to the existing structures. The overall network would provide a healthy and active green space which is currently a missed opportunity in the hospital's campus. The second phase was the development of program in more detail. Partnering with an interior design student we developed a wellness center. This wellness center would have specific amenities to help with cancer patients' recovery, preventative care, and healthy lifestyle changes. The goal was to blend physical components of wellness along with learning and counseling to create a dynamic healthcare environment to support the wellness of the community.

Project: Bryan Health Campus Expansion Location: Lincoln, Nebraska Professors: Peter Hind & Lindsey Ellsworth-Bahe Studio: Healthcare Design Fall 2012 33


Pedestrian Entrance

Rest Area -Primary and Secondary Path Transition -Physical Connection to Primary Path

Information -Seating Area

Social Interaction -Interaction primarily between residents -Also occurring between residents and path users

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A STREET

A STREET

[Track Level]

Street Parking

52nd STREET

Vacated 50th Street

Flexible Space

Cancer Center

1_ Track 2_ Roof Deck 3_ Yoga Patio 4_ Quick Circuit Zone 5_ Stretching Zone 6_ Cardio Zone 7_ Mechanical

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ShortTerm Housing Wellness Center

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[Second Level] 1_ Consultation Offices 2_ Large Studio 3_ Gym 4_ Lounge/Juice Bar 5_ Medium Studio 6_ Mechanical LongTerm Housing

School of Nursing

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LongTerm Housing

Medical Plaza and Child Development Center

Same Day Surgery

[First Level]

Women and Children’s Tower

Materials Holding

52nd STREET

Vacated 51th Street

Children’s Play Area Bryan Home

1_ Pool 2_ Teaching Kitchen 3_ Consultation Room Small Studio 4_ Conference Room 5_ Physical Therapy 6_ Racquetball Court 7_ Weight Room 8_ Locker Rooms 9_ Private Locker Room 10_ Day Lockers 11_ Mechanical Scale: 1’’ = 64’-0’’

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Critical Access Hospital In collaboration with HDR Architects, the Healthcare Design Studio explored a domestic 30-bed hospital program comparing it to the global healthcare standards. The goal of two architecture students was to identify a current issue and explore the positive implications architecture could have. Nebraska is like a lot of other states that have rural areas lacking accessible healthcare. Focusing on the Nebraska population and future expansion we found a potential future market for a healthcare facility to provide critical healthcare access for the expanding rural community. Our team’s design provides a critical access hospital to the many rural communities south of Lincoln. A critical access hospital is a small facility that gives limited outpatient and inpatient hospital services in rural areas. Implementing these goals architecturally included providing views into natural environments which are beneficial for patient healing, creating positive healing spaces, and designing a walking trail to engage the hospital with its surrounding environment. Project: 30-Bed Domestic Hospital Location: Hickman, Nebraska Professors: Wayne Drummond Studio: Healthcare Design Spring 2013 37


:CRITICAL ACCESS HOSPITAL HICKMAN, NE

Hospital Development

Hickman | Nebraska 38


2000 - 2010 Census Population and percent change for towns in Southern Lancaster County and Northern Gage County from the 2000 to the 2010 census. Circles are proportial to one another.

2010 population

2000 population Town

2010

2000

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Adams

573

489

17.18%

Bennet

719

570

26.14%

Cortland

482

488

[ -1.23%]

Firth

590

564

Hallam

213

276

Hickman

1,657

1,084

52.86%

Panama

256

253

1.19%

Roca

220

220

Sprague

142

146

4,852

4,090

18.63%

Lincoln 258,379

225,581

14.54%

Population Change Source: United States Census Bureau

Bennet Roca Sprague

Hickman Panama

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Hallam

Firth Cortland

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Adams

Hickman | Nebraska 10 min

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Site Plan

Hickman | Nebraska 40


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Business Center

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Harlan Reservior View

Hickman | Nebraska


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Nurses Lounge

Kitchen Lounge

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Exam Waiting Locker Family

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Architectural Expirence

company:

Fakler Architects

beatrice, nebraska

community based, design-oriented, architectural firm specializing in residential and light-commercial renovations and new construction

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summer intern 2013 assist with design and documentation through schematic design, design development, construction documentation, and material selection and specification phases of residential and commercial projects adobe creative suite auto cad mcneel rhinoceros microsoft office revit sketchup v-ray cnc router laster cutter University of Nebraska-Lincoln masters of architecture 2011-2013

bachelors:

Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln bachelors of science in design 2007-2011


name: address: telephone: email:

Joshua Craig Klooster 1155 manatt street lincoln, ne 68521 (402) 432-6691 joshklooster@hotmail.com 46


Joshua Klooster Architecture Portfolio