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Nathaniel Substanley Portfolio The Ohio State University The University of Cincinnati Professional Work


Tsunami (Corregated Cascade) Professor Kivi Sotomaa, RA (Sotomaa Design) 2007

transverse section

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transverse section

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Tsunami (Corregated Cascade) Professor Kivi Sotomaa, RA (Sotomaa Design) 2007

uninhabitable regions

inhabitable regions

solid sections

hollow strips

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Columbus Transportation Terminal Professor John Novak, RA (NBBJ) 2007

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plan


Fabrication Studio Professor Andrew Kudless, RA (MATSYS) 2006

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3D Printer

laser cutter


Ten Apartments Professor Jane Murphy, RA (Cadwell/Murphy Design) 2007-2008

parking garage drive

Section highway

store


Model del and Apartment Plan


Shoe store Professor Jane Murphy, RA (Cadwell/Murphy Design) 2007

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Axon


Knowlton Hall Curtain Wall Redesign Professor Jane Murphy, RA (Cadwell/Murphy Design) 2007

Detailed plans

Detailed sections


AiRporTscape publiCITY (Universita delgi studi di camerino) Professors Pippo Ciorra & Lisa Tilder, RA 2008

Plan


Facade and Section


AiRporTscape publiCITY (Universita degli studi di cam merino) Professors Pippo Ciorra & Lisa Tilder, RA 2008

Exploded plan


International Masonry Institute Design Competition Professor Jose Oubrerie, Honarary AIA 2009

plan


section


Katrinaville (hurricane resistant housing) Professor Doug Graf, AIA 2009

Sections


Axon


Katrinaville (hurricane resistant housing) Professor Doug Graf, AIA 2009

level 1

level 2


Exploded Axon


Franklin County Court House Professor John Kelleher, RA (NBBJ) 2009

Sections


[Green] House Nate Substanley 2009

Section/ heating and cooling diagram: The glass shells are used to cause the convection of the air by heating the air in the shell and venting it on the top, this causes cooler air to circulate throughout the house.


Plan


Buel house renovation (San Toy house) Professor Daniel Keiser, RA (Keiser Design Group) 2005

2nd level

Existing house


Renovated house


POD project at The Center of Science and Industry Stephen Turk and Lisa Tilder 2007-2010

POD !!! - form of a house

55 degree angle - optimal for solar collection

more southern exposure - passive heat gain

perspectival distorion - small appears big


Axonometric


POD project at The Center of Science and Industry Stephen Turk and Lisa Tilder 2007-2010

STRUCTURAL INSULATED PANELS

Called SIPs for short, these locally manufactured panels combine structure and insulation by sandwiching styrofoam between two sheets of wood (Oriented Strand Board, or OSB). With such a high insulation value, SIPs save energy and lower heating and cooling costs.

SUSTAINABLE FINISH MATERIALS

The entire interior is finished in sustainably harvested, FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified plywood. The FSC promotes the restoration and conservation of natural forests.

Pod interior WATER CONSERVATION

The shower, sink, and toilet all use waterconserving fixtures with low-flow rates. Gray water (wastewater) from the shower is filtered, then used to flush the toilet in the bathroom.

PHASE CHANGE MATERIAL

The floor of the POD features circular pans filled with Phase Change Material (PCM). PCM changes from solid to liquid at room temperature. By releasing energy at cold temperatures and storing it at warm temperatures, PCM regulates the interior temperature of the POD.


SOLAR HOT WATER HEATING

Energy from the sun heats an antifreeze solution in the solar collector. The antifreeze is then pumped through a heat exchanger, which transfers the thermal energy from the sun to the water in the hot water tank.

SOLAR ELECTRIC SYSTEM

The roof is designed to allow photovoltaic panels to sit at the optimum angle for solar energy collection in Columbus, Ohio. Each solar panel contains cells that convert energy from the sun directly into electricity by something scientists call the “photovoltaic effect”. The energy collected is then stored in batteries located underneath the deck of the POD.

PASSIVE SOLAR HEATING

The south-facing elevation features four floorto-ceiling windows, allowing for a large amount of solar heat gain in the winter months. The windows are Energy Star ® qualified and feature High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass. The “E” stands for emissivity, which is a measure of a material’s ability to radiate absorbed energy.

Exploded Axonometric


Neilwood Gables Redux Nate Substanley, AIAS 2010

parking lot

Existing Neilwood Gables

Existing floor plan


Existing Axonometric


Neilwood Gables Redux Nate Substanley, AIAS 2010 Floors 1-4

Floors 5 (Garden Terrace Level)

Courtyard skylights tto dining ing in g hall below

New Neilwood Gables

Floors 6+


New Neilwood Gables Axon of Rear courtyard


Site Plan

Ground Floor Plan Level +1.50 1:200

Essar Steel Visitor Center (2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Herzia, India


Model


Hyundai Hotel for the Winter Olympics(2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Gangneung City, Korea

Scheme 1 Site Plan


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Hyundai Hotel for the Winter Olympics(2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Gangneung City, Korea

Scheme 1 Site Plan


Model


Liberty Plaza (2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Santa Fe, Ciudad de Mexico

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Alberta Muesum (2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Alberta, Canada

Site Plan


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Gjonaj Brothers Subdivision Schematic Design (2012) Designer Richard Henry Behr (Richard Henry Behr Architect PC) New Castle, New York

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Site Plan


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LIBRARY 213 SF

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OPEN TO LIVING ROOM BELOW FUTURE SPACE 736 SF

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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LC BEDROOM 3 15' X 16'6" 250 SF BATH

FUTURE SPACE 655 SF

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BATHROOM

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BEDROOM 2 15'5" X 14' 216 SF

BALCONY 327 SF

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


Plinth House (2012) Schematic Design Nate Substanley Project

Site Plan


Model


Mitikah Tower (2011) Model Maker Richard Meier (Richard Meier and Partners) Mexico City, Mexico

Site Plan


Model


Nate Substanley portfolio 2013