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lucas bergstrom portfolio luke033@ksu.edu phone. 785.766.1943 lucasbergstrom.carbonmade.com


lucas bergstrom portfolio luke033@ksu.edu phone. 785.766.1943 lucasbergstrom.carbonmade.com


(de)composition

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transforming space

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mennonite

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[adapt] BROADMOOR

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internship

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photography, rendering, model

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New York, One Artist Museum

Light Study Gallery for Anselm Kiefer

Church for the Mennonite Comunity

USGBC Design Compition New Orleans

Overland Partners Architects

Digital Photo + Hand Rendering + Physical Models


de•com•pose is the state in which an organism is broken down into a more simple state causing it to decay.

(de)composition New York, One Artist Museum


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This project was to design a museum that would showcase paintings and sculpture for artist Anselm Kiefer and is located in New York city. In Keifer’s art there is a sense of decay that is portrayed in both materiality and content of his work. Throughout my design I tried to imagine that the building would be transformed by the concept of decomposition in were the “decay of space” would behold the beauty of the space created.

transforming space Light Study Gallery for Anselm Kiefer


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The concept of decomposing was applied to how the building was formed. The circulation was subtracked as a void throughout the building creating shape and encouraging movement throughout. This cut/viod was situated on the East faรงade to do three things: 1) act as a light well to the entire building with a build in scoop to catch southern light and 2)connect to the highline and 3)expose the stunning cityscape view of downtown New York.

(de)composition New York, One Artist Museum


light = circulation

highline relation

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(de)composition New York, One Artist Museum


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(de)composition New York, One Artist Museum


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The project was to design a church for the Manhattan Menonnite Comunity. The key concept was to help the Mennonite congregation branch out to the surrounding neighborhood with the use of an open floor plan. The building acts as a filter between the functions of the church and how they are spread throughout the site. The building was designed to allow circulation to have many implied paths that dicest the major interior space.

mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity


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mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity


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CRY ROOM

FOYER

SANCTUARY

PASTORAL

SECRE

mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity . first floor plan


KITCHEN STORAGE

WOMEN’S R R FELLOWSHIP HALL

ETARY

QUILTING MEN’S R R

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Pinned Glulam Connection Glulam Arch Low E Double Pain Glazzing

6� Finish Wood Floor Wood Spacer Composite Concrete Steel Decking

Copper Flashing Water Proofing Composite Slate Shingles

Lighting Fixture Ductwork

Skylight Detail

mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity

Fellowship Hall Dropped Ceiling Detail


Fiber-cement composite slates 8 x 5 Wide Flange Celular Metal Decking Radiant barrier Waterproofing Insulation W 6 x 4 Wide Flange 4” Metal Framing

1 A5.1

Glulam Arch Bendheim V60 Curtain Wall Channel Glass 1 x 6” Vertical Rainscreen Structural Steel Tube Steel C-Channel

Wood to Concrete Steel Connection Metal Flashing 2’ x 2’ Pavers Drain Gravel 2 A5.1

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mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity


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mennonite

Church for the Mennonite Comunity

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For three weeks in the summer of 2010, 7 third-year architecture students at Kansas State University undertook the USGBC Natural Talent Design Competition. We were tasked with designing an 800 square foot house for elderly residents in the Broadmoor neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition, the house needed to meet the requirements for LEED for Homes Platinum certification, stay within a $100,000 construction budget, and use universal design principles throughout.

[adapt] BROADMOOR USGBC Design Compition New Orleans


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[adapt] BROADMOOR USGBC Design Compition New Orleans


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[adapt] BROADMOOR USGBC Design Compition New Orleans


LEED

Construction Cost Cost Estimated Energy & Cost Summary Estimated Construction Estimated Energy & Cost Summary Estimated

for Homes

Platinum** Sustainable Sites

114* 21 14

Energy & Atmosphere

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Materials & Resources

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Indoor Environmental Quality

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Location and Linkages

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*Out of a possible 136 points ** Gold 75+ points, Platinum 90+ points Innovation in Design

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Awareness and Education

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Location Information Location Information New Orleans, LA 70125 New Orleans, LA 70125 Electric Cost: $0.09 / kWh/ kWh Electric Cost: $0.09 Fuel Cost: / Therm Fuel $1.55 Cost: $1.55 / Therm Weather: GBS_06M12_15_217206 Weather: GBS_06M12_15_217206

Annual Consumption Annual Consumption Electric - 4,474- 4,474 kWh kWh Electric Fuel Fuel - 0 Therms - 0 Therms Peak Electric Demand - 1.2kW Peak Electric Demand - 1.2kW

Annual CostCost Annual

$402.66 $402.66

Monthly CostCost Monthly

$33.55 $33.55

*Estimated EnergyEnergy and cost estimated are based *Estimated and cost estimated are based on energy modeling done through Green Building on energy modeling done through Green Building StudioStudio and double checkedchecked with HEED and double withenergy HEED energy modeling software. modeling software. **For more see sumplemental pages pages **Forinformation more information see sumplemental

01 General Conditions 01 General Conditions 02 Site 02 Work Site Work 03 Concrete 03 Concrete 04 Masonry 04 Masonry 05 Metals 05 Metals 06 Woods & Plastics 06 Woods & Plastics 07 Thermal & Moisture 07 Thermal & Moisture 08 Doors Windows 08 and Doors and Windows 09 Finishes 09 Finishes 10 Specialties 10 Specialties 11 Equipment 11 Equipment 12 Furnishings 12 Furnishings 13 Special Construction 13 Special Construction 14 Conveying Systems 14 Conveying Systems 15 Mechanical 15 Mechanical 16 Electrical 16 Electrical

TotalTotal Cost*Cost*

$11,004$11,004 $3,618 $3,618 $11,695.27 $11,695.27 $16,827.24 $16,827.24 $8,640 $8,640 $13,594$13,594 $4,773 $4,773 $3,074.96 $3,074.96 $18,000$18,000 $6,000 $6,000

$97,225.90 $97,225.90

Tax Rebate Tax Rebate

30% for Geothermal PumpsPumps ($4950) 30% for Geothermal ($4950) $1500$1500 for Windows for Windows

Rebate Rebate

$6450 $6450 FinalFinal TotalTotal $90,775.90 $90,775.90

*Includes material, shippingshipping and labor *Includes material, and labor

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I worked for Overland Patners Architects from Jan. 2011 to Aug. 2011 as part of my academic internship. The work I was exposed to ranged from buildings for The University of Texas, LEED documentation, consturction documents, physical models and multiple projects in China.

“Our mission is to model how we should live and influence the world through the practice of architecture.�

internship

Overland Partners Architects


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This Is Where I Workk . Create. Aspiire


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models

Various Studio Models


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photography Digital Photo + Photoshop


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rendering Hand Rendering


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