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THE E UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

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4TH YEAR interior design 6TH YEAR ARCHITECTURE 5TH YEAR lANDSCAPE aRCHITECTURE


YARD & STOCK, a farm to fork cuisine. The design concept derived from simplifying historic architectural detail of barns in rural Nebraska. YARD & STOCK, similar to Nebraska farms, has an open layout referencing the Great Plains.


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S13- Current: Intern at Coffey and Company House of Interiors I’m interested in working in a collaborative work environment, including interior design as an intragal component of an architectural solution.

KHULOUD AL-WAELY kalwaely@huskers.unl.edu 402.217.5657


ABOVE: Sephora Store & Retail Display Concept OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Sephora Store & Retail Display Concept OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Harmonia Medical Spa Concept OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Coffee Table Design


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I am currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Interior Design with a Minor in Product Design, and have been an intern at HDR, Inc. since June 2011. I am interested in working very closely in collaboration with other disciplines from the birth of a project through to the very end. I strive to continually learn, innovate, grow and collaborate.

AMANDA BALHORN Amandakaitlan@yahoo.com 402.981.7045

ISSUU.COM/AMANDABALHORN/DOCS/AMANDA.BALHORN


ABOVE: Tractor Museum Conference Room OPPOSITE LEFT: No More Empty Pots Event Waiting Area OPPOSITE RIGHT: No More Empty Pots Teaching Kitchen


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Summer 13: von Hemert Interiors Interior Design Intern F12-Present: International Interior Design Association  -XQLRU2IÀFHU  6HQLRU2IÀFHU

MARISSA CLOW marissa.clow@gmail.com 714.296.7461


ABOVE: “No More Empty Pots” Service Project OPPOSITE LEFT: Larson Tractor Museum, Loft Space OPPOSITE RIGHT: UNL Health Center


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Summer 13: Interned at Dekker/Perich/Sabatini in ABQ, NM S13-Summer 14: Resident Assistant, Sandoz Hall F12-Summer 14: College of Architecture Student Ambassador Various Volunteer/Leadership Experiences through UNLC

EMILY CLARK

emilyanne402@gmail.com 505.417.0406


ABOVE: Perspective of proposed new university health center lobby OPPOSITE LEFT: Entry perspective of design community kitchen and education development, No More Empty Pots. OPPOSITE RIGHT:Corridor view of No More Empty Pots, picturing a central gathering space.


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Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture_ Internship Tau Sigma Delta Secretary 0HPEHU&ODVVRIĂ€FHURI,,'$ Active Member of Chi Omega at UNL

ERICA FREDERIKSEN frederiksen.erica@gmail.com 712.304.1108


ABOVE: No More Empty Pots Remodel: Ballroom Render OPPOSITE LEFT: University Health Center Remodel: Pharmacy Render OPPOSITE RIGHT: No More Empty Pots Remodel: Lobby Render OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Retail Design, Betsey Johnson: Elevation and Rebranded Logo


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Summer 13: Aaron Carlson Design & Event Planning (Omaha, NE) 12-13: UNL College of Architecture Ambassador & Peer Mentor 6XPPHU$OO0DNHV2IĂ€FH(TXLSPHQW 26W/LQFROQ1(

Summers 10,11: LMK Concepts (2902 S 102nd St. Omaha, NE)

JESSICA GIBBONS

jessicag@huskers.unl.edu 402.812.5117


Kitchen and restaurant design for No More Empty Pots in Omaha, NE. The purpose of this project is to create a space that promotes the Omaha based agricultural education, collaboration, sustainability, working to build a stronger, healthier Omaha.


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I offer a comprehensive knowledge of architecture and interior design skills, as well as the ability to deliver my creativity through various programs such as Revit, autoCAD, Rhino, Google Sketchup and other ADOBE software.

PHUONG NGUYEN phn.new.design@gmail.com 402.986.4014


ABOVE: UNL Health Center-Lobby OPPOSITE LEFT: No More Empty Pots- Restaurant 23326,7(5,*+71RQ3URÀW3URMHFW/HDUQLQJ.LWFKHQ OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Retail Project- Betsey Johnson Store Rebranded Logo


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Relating to clients on a personal level and creating designs that solve problems is of importance to me. I thoroughly enjoy collaborative work, for I believe the best way to create great design is to combine all minds involved. I have a strong background in leadership and communiction.

ANNA JONES

annaljones3@gmail.com 573.330.0185


ABOVE: Perspective of Nurse’s station for proposed Student Health Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. OPPOSITE LEFT: Perspective of Registration Center. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Perspective of Lobby and Waiting Area.


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New Age Design, Internship $6,'0HPEHUDQG2IĂ€FHU ,,'$0HPEHUDQG2IĂ€FHU Tau Sigma Delta, Member

JAMIE LEWIS

jamie.lewis@huskers.unl.edu 605.254.4587


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S14: Intern at All Makes Summer 13: Intern at RMW Arch & Interiors F12 - S13: Interiors Peer Mentor S12: Assist. at Window Cover

KIRA LUXON

kaluxon@gmail.com 402.651.5249

http://issuu.com/kiraluxon


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$V,UHテ?FWXSRQP\WLPHDVDVWXGHQWRIWKH,QWHULRU'HVLJQSURJUDPDQG look forward to graduation this May, I am grateful for never giving up on myself. By making the switch from architecture to interior design I gained a new outlook upon design and how I can approach my future goal in life. After graduation I plan on earning my Masters in Architecture.

MATTHEW MASTEN

matthewmasten5@gmail.com 402.560.7919


ABOVE:: Preserve – Gastropub and Brewery OPPOSITE LEFT: Sephora store remodel with a minimalist concept and custom display towers. 23326,7(5,*+7&RQWRXU%RXWLTXH+RWHOEDUDQGORXQJHVSDFH


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Member of Phi Kappa Theta Honor Society Summer 2013: Design Intern at Tiffany Farha Design 2012 – Present: Awarded an exhibition in the Kruger Collection of Miniatures Gallery

ALLISON PLACZEK alliplaczek@yahoo.com 316.213.9478


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A passion of mine is to work with and help others. I volunteer with the Commission for the Blind, Relay for Life planning, and am involved in a variety of campus activities in and out of my design program. I gained valuable knowledge outside of the classroom through an abroad program in Paris and a yearlong internship in commercial design.

CHANDLER SANDERS csanders27@huskers.unl.edu 402.730.7024


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I am interested in residential and small scale commercial design in the greater Midwest area. I love working one-on-one with clients, solving problems, and improving spaces. I am also the secretary for UNL’s ASID chapter.

AMANDA SHINAUT ashinaut@hotmail.com 402.309.4588


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I am a fourth year interior design student at UNL. I am a member of ASID and have had internships with CHI Construction as an interior design assistant and another with Artistico Interiors. My internships were very helpful in expanding my knowledge in residential and commercial design.

TARA SOE

tsoe89@gmail.com 402.686.0608


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I am a true believer that working in collaboration with clients and other professionals leads to more successful and functional GHVLJQ&UHDWLQJXQLTXHVROXWLRQVVSHFLĂ€FDOO\IRUHDFKFOLHQWLQD detail-oriented and sustainable manner is one of my strengths.

SARA WESTERMAN sarawesterman@hotmail.com 605.323.7989

http://sarawesterman.wix.com/portfolio


AABOVE: Gastropub restaurant design OPPOSITE LEFT: Gastropub Floorplan OPPOSITE RIGHT: Gastropub rendering


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Motivated, personable interior design student with eight years of customer service industry experience that will enable me to help every type of client. My goal is to use my exceptional customer service and communication skills to maintain relationships with existing and new clients.

GENEVIEVE WILHELM

Jgwilhelm1@hotmail.com 402.450.4838


Sephora Proposal: Student Design Competition // Store Design Challenge


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,DSSUHFLDWHWKHSX]]OHDVSHFWRIVSDFHSODQQLQJDQGZRXOGĂ€WZHOOLQD fast paced work environment with sizeable projects.

SARA N. WOLFE

wolfe.saranoel@gmail.com 402.429.8066

http://issuu.com/snwolfe


ABOVE: UNL Health Center-Lobby OPPOSITE LEFT: No More Empty Pots- Restaurant 23326,7(5,*+71RQ3URÀW3URMHFW/HDUQLQJ.LWFKHQ OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Retail Project- Betsey Johnson Store Rebranded Logo


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13-14: Treasurer, ASID 10-14: Student Athlete, UNL Swim & Dive Team 13: Treasurer, Tri Delta 11-12, 12-13: Recipient, Academic All-Big Ten

MEGAN ZIEMANN

megan.ziemann@huskers.unl.edu 512.966.0424


6TH YEAR ARCHITECTURE 4TH YEAR interior design 5TH YEAR lANDSCAPE aRCHITECTURE


ABOVE: BBC Privatized Urban Infrastructure OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Stage Zero Pod Plan OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Stage Zero Pod Section OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Manhattan Hybrid Infrastructure Plan


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F11- Dublin School of Architecture 12- Parametric Graduate Research S13- London Travel Studio Summer 13 - Davis Partnership Architects 13-14 - Autonomous System Development Thesis

GRAYSON BAILEY

grayson.d.bailey@gmail.com 402.541.3752

www.graysondanielbailey.com


ABOVE: Creighton Lied Center Concert Hall Addition [Omaha, NE] OPPOSITE LEFT TOP: Creighton Lied Center Concert Hall Addition [Omaha, NE] OPPOSITE LEFT BOTTOM: . Queen Ingrid’s Tuberculosis Research Centre – [Nuuk, Greenland] 23326,7(5,*+76KLEDWL'LVWULFW5HVLGHQWLDO+LJKULVH²>&KRQJTLQJ&KLQD@


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WORK: May2013-present, intern, BVH Architects [Omaha, NE] +2%%,(6JROĂ€QJĂ€VKLQJDQGWKHRXWGRRUVVWD\LQJDFWLYHSRVLWLYLW\ AWARDS: 2011 NCAA Division I Academic All-American; 2009 Big 12 Champion 400m Hurdles

ADAM M. DAILEY adailey_09@hotmail.com 402.405.6187

http://adammdailey.carbonmade.com/projects/5112338


ABOVE: Timber High Rise OPPOSITE TOP: Operable Timber Facade OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Full Scale Proof of Concept


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S13: London Study Abroad 3URÀFLHQWZLWK$GREH,Q'HVLJQ3KRWRVKRS,OOXVWUDWRU5HYLW5KLQRGV Max, Sketchup Working knowledge: Ecotect, Grasshopper, Sefaira

MATTHEW GOESER

mgoeser@gmail.com 402.669.2669 mgoeser.com


ABOVE: University of Nebraska Health Center Proposal for Antelope Valley Parkway OPPOSITE LEFT: Conceptual design and analysis with Revit and Vasari OPPOSITE RIGHT: Conceptual design and analysis with Revit and Vasari


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Present- London Study Abroad Participant 12-13 College of Architecture Graduate Teaching Assistant 12-13- Student Advisory Board Graduate Representative, 20 Summer 13- Architectural Intern_OPN, Des Moines, IA Summer 12- Architectural Intern_MBH, San Francisco, CA

ELIZABETH GOLL elizabethgoll@gmail.com 402.838.9030

http://issuu.com/elizabethgoll/docs/elizabethgoll


ABOVE: UNL Health Center Entry OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Approach OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Cyclist Parking OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Building Section


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F11-S14 Work at The Clark Enersen Partners F13-F14 TA for 2nd Year Design Studio S14 TA for Structures II F07-F11 Genetics Lab Technician

TRENTON HINZE thinze3@gmail.com 402.984.5241

http://issuu.com/trentonhinze/docs/published_porfolio


ABOVE: Small-Lot Subdivision OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Site Plan OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Small-Lot Subdivision OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Street Section


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09- BSBA-Accounting, Midland University S14- Master of Architecture, UNL F13-S14 Teaching Assistant

JOSEPH JOHNSON

johnsonjm@huskers.unl.edu 402.762.5443


ABOVE:Hybridized Urban Infrastructure in Central Park Reservoir New York City: Reduces outside dependency with Vermiculture assisted composting, Biofuel via algae production, and vertical farmingOPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Para-Urban Car Dealership Lincoln, NE Design explores how large lot program can uphold urban edge. Showroom ConditionOPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Corner Signage & Bollard seating areas BOTTOM: “O” Street Perspective


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S13-PRESENT: INTERN AT HDR ARCHITECTURE F11-F12: MEMBER AIAS

MATTHEW JORN Matt.jorn@gmail.com 402.580.0546


ABOVE: Skyscrapers as catalysts for mega-structures (F2013) OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Interior perspective model photograph (S 2013) OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Building components exploded axonometric (S 2013) OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Chessboard for Product Design (F 2013)


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F12 – China Education Abroad Participant S13 – London Education Abroad Participant F13 – Graduate Teaching Assistant, History and Theory S14 – Graduate Teaching Assistant, Design Drawing

SHANE LABENZ

shane.a.labenz@gmail.com 402.430.3902 theeideticmemory.wordpress.comdocs/published_porfolio


ABOVE:Chicago Mixed-Use Tower OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Wells Lampson Educational Pavilion OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Product Design - Desk OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Creighton University Music Hall


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S14 TA for Architecture History & Theory S13 Internship with OPN Architects F08-S12 Internship with Altus Architectural Studios

EVAN LAMPRECHT evanlamprecht@gmail.com 402.238.5842


ABOVE: Wells-Lamson Quarry - Artist’s Retreat OPPOSITE LEFT: Timber Skyscraper - Apartment OPPOSITE RIGHT: Timber Skyscraper - Atrium


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2XWVLGHRIVFKRRO,FRIRXQGHGDQRQSURÀWRUJDQL]DWLRQFDOOHGWKH:RUOG Energy Project. We help schools in developing countries gain access to reliable electricity. I traveled to Africa each of the past three summers to work on projects, and I’ve met some incredible people along the way. I’ll be thrilled to see this work progress in coming years.

CHRIS LANDER

chris@worldenergyproject.org 402.660.8800 www.worldenergyproject.org


ABOVE: Urban-Fringe Retail Prototype Interior OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Fringe Prototype Street/Building Section OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Fringe Prototype Street Perspective OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Fringe Prototype 2nd-Level Exterior Perspective


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S13 - Internship at Holland Basham Architects -Omaha,NE S12 - Graduated 1st in Class from UNL College of Architecture BSD S12 - Internship at the Nebraska State Building Division S12 - College of Architecture Friends Association Outstanding Student Award

JUSTIN LANGENFELD justin.langenfeld@gmail.com 402.290.2174

http://issuu.com/justinlangenfeld/docs/portfoliodocs/published_porfolio


ABOVE: National Center of Mental Health in South Korea- Rendered Perspective OPPOSITE LEFT: National Center of Mental Health in South Korea- Detailed Section OPPOSITE RIGHT: National Center of Mental Health in South Korea- Rendered Elevation


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Summer 2011 (HBA Intern-Omaha) Summer 2012 (HDR Intern-Denver) Summer 2013 (HDR Intern-Denver) Spring 2013 (Teacher Assistant-UNL)

CHRIS NIENHUESER cnienhueser1@gmail.com 308.249.3795


ABOVE: Proposed high density development using Pocket Style neighborhood OPPOSITE LEFT: Unit Render of proposed high density development OPPOSITE RIGHT: Interior Render of proposed high density development


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Summer 2012 BVH Architects Omaha, NE April 2013-Present Steven Ginn Architects Member of the Guinness World Records Lincoln Logs design and build China Fall 2012 AIAS:

SARAH PANKOW sarahpankow@gmail.com 402.812.4524


ABOVE: Negotiated Space OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Global Accessibility OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: LIED Center for the Performing Arts OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Global Accessibility


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07- Honorable Mention MOBA House Design 11-Present- Architecture Intern, ICON Architectural Group 3URĂ€FLHQWLQ$XWRGHVN5HYLW$XWR&DG$ERGH,OOXVWUDWRU,Q'HVLJQ3KRtoshop

MATTI ROINILA Mtroinila10@gmail.com 701.330.5351


ABOVE: NM Rothschild Data Center OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Chicago Institute of Marine Research & Recreation OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: CIMRR facility interiors OPPOSITE BOTTOM: LIM superstructure modules


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S13- Altus Arch Studios S12- Studio 951 Arch F12-Present- X TA 4+ years construction

CHRISTOPHER ROKAHR

rokahr@gmail.com 605.929.2620

issuu.com/christopher.rokahrdocs/published_porfolio


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BENJAMIN STOKKE benjamin.r.stokke@gmail.com 402.440.9253 www.benstokke.com


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S13-Present: Graduate Teaching Assistant – Intro to Design Summer 13: Arch Intern – OPN Architects, Des Moines, IA Summer 12: Architectural Intern – First National Buildings Inc. F12-S13: AIAS Marketing Director

DANIEL ZEGERS Dzegers24@gmail.com 402.366.9090

www.danielzegers.com


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ABOVE: Pedestrian Retail Overpass, crossing Dodge St. between 84th and 90th streets in Omaha, Nebraska OPPOSITE /()75HQGHULQJRI0DULQD6LWH3ODQLQ&RXQFLO%OXIIV,RZDEXLOWRQà RRGSODLQVLGHRIWKHOHYHHV\VWHPZLWK´*UHHQ Infrastructure Principles� OPPOSITE RIGHT: Rendering from Anchor Cove docks to the Marina building


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I’m interested in connecting society with the natural systems, and LQWHJUDWLQJWKHPWRJHWKHURQDYDULHW\RIVFDOHV7U\WRFUHDWHDWUDQTXLO experience through nature and the built environment. I’m very active individual and have a deep appreciation of nature and our surroundings.

BRIAN ANDERSON brianbb2005@gmail.com 402.992.2183


ABOVE: Green belt plan for Crete, Nebraska OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Proposed Missouri River wetland hydrology OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Heartfelt Children’s Memorial Seward, NE OPPOSITE BOTTOM: River Rehabilitation Crete, Nebraska


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I have taken a strong interest in researching and planning at a regional scale. Gaining an understanding of how the whole environmental system works, and how changes that have occurred or changes proposed will affect that system

JACOB KOPHAMER kophamerla@gmail.com 402.643.5437

www.kophamerla.com


ABOVE: Ecology + Education: Reinterpret the Channel OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Council Bluff, IA Entrance via Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Experiential Storm Sewer Channel


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Upon completing the BLA in May 2014, Nathaniel plans to seek design opportunities grounded in ecological goal driven principles. His design principles focus on restoration landscapes, exploring native vegetation strategies reducing maintenance, maximizing stormwater management, DQGLQFUHDVLQJGLYHUVLĂ€FDWLRQ

NATE M. KROHN natekrohn@gmail.com 402.841.2858


ABOVE: “The Corridor” Site Plan OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: “The Corridor” Remediation Wetland Perspective OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: “The Corridor” Event Lawn Perspective OPPOSITE BOTTOM: “The Corridor” Site Analysis Axonometric


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Matthew has interned at Thomas Balsley Associates in NYC and at Alley Poyner Architecture, in Omaha, NE. His undergraduate research addresses soil remediation strategies for derelict land in under-served populations.

MATT MACCHIETTO

matthew.macchietto@yahoo.com 402.850.1226


THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE

2014

GRADUATE GALLERY


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