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NATE SANDERCOCK

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


NATE SANDERCOCK

651 - 398 - 4886 NCS994@LIVE.COM

Education Master’s Degree in Architecture, ant. May, 2018, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, GPA: 3.67 American Institute of Architecture Students Member Bachelor’s Degree in Science & Design - May, 2016, Architecture, Graduated, GPA: 3.45 University of Nebraska-Lincoln High School Diploma - June, 2012, Graduated Summa Cum Laude, GPA: 4.10 Lakeville North High School

Work Experience I+S Group, Architectural Intern Assist all architects, designers, etc. in working through all design phases. Work included: rendering, design concepts, construction documents, Revit as-builts, proposal organization,etc. Fifty hours per week. All Safe Alarms, Fire Alarm Technician Assist in the testing and installation of fire alarm systems in commercial, public, and institutional buildings. Forty hours per week. Woodland Painting, Crew Member Work on a three man crew to paint large residential homes. Forty – fifty hours per week.

05/16 - 09/16 Mankato, MN

Summers of: ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Richfield, MN 05/15 - 09/15 Wayzata, MN


References :

Involvement

Bryan Paulsen | Director of Architecture bryan.paulsen@is-grp.com Jeremy Wiesen | Architect jeremy.wiesen@is-grp.com Emily Andersen | Professor, Architect eandersen2@unl.edu

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe InDesign

Rhinoceros 3D Modeling

Autodesk Revit

Autodesk CAD

Google SketchUp

Grasshopper Parametric

05/15 - 09/15 ‘12, ’13, ‘14, ’15, ‘16 02/15 - Present 02/15 - 03/16

EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

Lakeville Lacrosse Association: U-13 Head Coach U-13 Assistant Coach University of Nebraska – Lincoln Hockey Team: Academic All-American Team President Team Treasuer Public Relations Chairman Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity (Nebraska Alpha): Public Relations Chairman Campus Involvement Chairman


TABLE OF CONTENTS 01 02 03 04 05 06


Reimagining the Catholic Church Urban Omaha Masterplan Shingpo SĹ?ujĂ­ Community Center Univ. of Nebraska Micro Library Miscelaneous Projects Professional work with I+S Group


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IMAGINING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Lincoln, Nebraska | Fall 2015 | Sacred Spaces

Through the years, the Catholic Church has raised many people and cultures, but not without isolating many. The Classic Catholic Church is not getting the following that it used to , so we plan to reinvigorate the Catholic Church. We will elaborate on the classic ideals held by the Catholic Church through materialty, usage Ca of light, and space planning to create a more welcoming and Sacred Experience.


FIRST FLOOR

JOURNEY

SECOND FLOOR


Create a welcoming environment through simple circulation and transparency Respond to student and community needs through space planning and exibility Cre Create dierent atmospheres in the chapel through light and materiality Shelter users from unappealing surroundings in sacred spaces


ROOF CLERESTORY DETAIL

CHAPEL DETAIL

THE 13TH STATION OF THE CROSS


MATERIALITY


URBAN OMAHA AND COUNTERACTING SUBURBAN SPRAWL

Omaha, Nebraska | Spring 2016 | Conagra Headquarters Redevelopment


The Conagra Omaha Headquarters lies on some of the most valuable land in the state of Nebraska. It holds prime real estate in Downtown, is close to the river, and is in the center of all the activity of Omaha. When Conagra moved to Omaha and destroyed Jobber’s Canyon, a dense, urban area was lost and a “suburban” environment was implemented.


REDENSIFYING THE URBAN SPRAWL


The rest of Omaha has been growing as a suburb, much like Conagra - outwards rather than upwards. Urban sprawl has become a huge issue in the city of Omaha. In the modern age, suburbia is dying, and the cities are being reinvigorated. People want to live closer to where they work, and avoid using a car if they can. By re-densifying the Conagra site, Omaha can deal with it’s urban sprawl issues, give the people a huge hub of amenities and circulation, and move the city into the urban, modern era.


The central location of Conagra gives Omaha the opportunity to continue growing the city into a new urban hub, as repopulate the density lost. Among the consequences of this, there has been a lack of connectivity around the city’s urban cores and nodes of activity. automobile has been a need of The a Omaha residents, causing a vast amount of parking needed to accommodate destination parking in Downtown Omaha. Instead of infilling more of these disconnected destinations, the Omaha Conagra site can become a means to getting to a destination, as well as one. The growth of Omaha has been so sprawled, that public transit can’t and doesn’t accommodate the city’s needs. Only one percent of the city’s transportation trips are taken in public transit, showing the need for a new system. A streetcar system – using Portland, Oregon as a precedent precede – would connect major points of Omaha, reducing the need for a car in the city and increasing the location – based econom


01 Improve Ecological Condition

The site has a number numbe of ecological features that we would like to preserve and improve upon. With the existence of multiple ecologies on our site, we will address each in a respectful manner while attempting to improve it and allow people experiencing our site and these ecologies.

02 Connectivity

Not only do we aim to create a sense of connectivity throughout our site, but to our site’s surrounding context as well. With the high density residential development planned to the north of the site, we have a unique opportunity to act as a filter between these residences and the historical nature of the Ciqikou District to the south.

03 Blending of Scale

With the large amount of development happening around our site, we aim to be conscious of the existing scale of Ciqikou and the development to the north. This site is a transition between large scale towers and a fine grained historical district.

04 Create a Pedestrian Presence

In a decreasing car ca centric world and an increasing interest in more pedestrian modes of transportation, we will create a positive experience for pedestrians while still keeping a through path for vehicles. We will encourage walking through our site and to create spaces of cohabitation.


SHIJINGPO MASTER PLAN Chongqing, Shenzen, China | Fall 2016 | Sustainable Urbanism


SHIJINGPO Chongqing, China | Fall 2016 | Sustainable Urbanism

Sitting atop the rolling hills of Chongqing, China, the Shijingpo Sōují community Center becomes the hub of activity in a bustling metropolis. The Shijingpo site is perched on over 30m of uphill terrain, looking down upon downtown Chongqing and the nearby Ciqikou Historical District. On the other side, lies the future mass housing projects becoming even more dominant throughout the booming growth of Chinese cities. Chongqing, known as one of the boilers of Southern China is no exception, boasting an urban sprawl of upwards of 30 million. The Shijingpo Sōují Community Center, a place for gathering - in Chinese - looks to create a welcoming, collaborative, creative environment in the vast urban sprawl. The complex is divided into three portions or main buildings.


SŌUJÍ COMMUNITY CENTER


The most prominent building divides the market rate housing and the kindergarten to the north, and houses the vast community center. The large atrium of the public library greets the main entrance to the north, which also helps form the public couryard. Shaded from the heat and sun, the courtyard becomes a central hub to meet, converse, work out, enj community. Embedded within the and enjoy community center is thou- sands of square meters of meeting rooms, classrooms, athletic facilities, maker spaces, studios, and amenities for the housing stacked above. Atop the community center sits a massive community garden, over three thousand square meters, producing almost 150,000 kilograms of food per year for the site. This, coupled with the solar collectors on the roof, the green roofs on the kindergarten, and the promotion of sustainability and education throughout the site prove to be a positive impact on the dense urban sprawl of modern China. sp

Program Distribution

Separation & Circulation

Improving Program

Void & Gathering


THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

COMMUNITY CENTER

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FLOORS 6-12 (alternating)

SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR


COMMUNITY SECTION

COMMUNITY

KINDERGARTEN


The north side of the site and the highest point of the plateau hosts a community kindergarten, focused around a central courtyard, promoting group work, motor, and tactile skills, as well as promoting green sustainability. Multiple wings, centered around the courtyard give an intimate class- room experience in one area, and collective group exploration in another.

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UNIV. OF NEBRASKA Lincoln, Nebraska | Fall 2014 | Elemental Filters

In a wooded part of campus, the Elemental Micro Library becomes a structure and sculpture that explores the limits of materiaity and construction. The concrete structure, similar to the work of Toyo Ito, couples with glass and wood to create an intimate, yet welcoming piece on campus.


MICRO LIBRARY

SECOND FLOOR

GROUND FLOOR


SECTION 1

SECTION 2

EAST ELEVATION


FORMAL DIAGRAM

NORTH ELEVATION


Constructed of only 2x4s and 2x6s, the [E/W]ood Box sits as a viewing platform on Richard Serra’s “East-West” Installation in the Qatari Desert. The project investigates the modular quality of basic wood construction methods to create a complex and sophisticated project to compliment Cerra’s work

Qatari Desert | Spring 2016 | Modular Installation


[E/W]OOD BOX


Project Site

Lincoln, Nebraska | Fall 2013 Architecture Hall Wall Installation

MONDRIAN STUDY WALL


Applied Surface

Steel & Wood Joint


Brooklyn Center, Minnesota | 2016 | City Hall Renovation Concept

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Mankato, Minnesota | 2015/16 | Vetter Stone Apitheater Concept

CONCEPTS / WORK FOR I+S GROUP

Mankato, Minnesota | 2016 | Vetter Stone Wall Installation


RENDERINGS FOR I+S GROUP

Des Moines, Iowa | 2015/16 | Sou


Faribault, Minnesota | 2016 | Crossroads Senior Housing

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uthwest 9th Redevelopment

Mapleton, Minnesota | 2015 | Maple River School Concept


RENDERINGS FOR I+S GROUP East Lansing, Michigan | 2016 | Student Housing Renovation

Mankato, Minnesota | 2015 | Blue Earth Cty. Historical Center


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