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Aaron Hanson Sample Work, 2012

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  • 1. Aaron Hanson North Dakota State University Sample Work 20125th Year Landscape Architecture StudentContact Information: Email aaron.hanson.1@ndsu.edu Cell Phone 763.742.4705
  • 2. Aaron Hanson NDSU Fall 2008PARKHALVERSON This project I did fall semester of 2008. It took place in Battle Lake, Minnesota. I did this hand rendering showing what it would be like experiencing the site with the design we did. I worked with two other landscape architecture classmates on the model to replicate our design of the new Halverson Park. Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu 763.742.4705
  • 3. Aaron Hanson NDSU Spring 2010 Master Plan This project was in Bismarck, North Dakota at United Tribes Technical College (UTTC). I worked on it with another partner (Josh Rajdl) and we had to take on the challenge of a memorial walk for the Fort Lincoln Internment Camp that was originally at this site before becoming a college. We created a place for all Japanese and German internees to be remembered.WALKMEMORIAL All perspectives show a feel of the site and how it is a process of revealing as you experience each part of the design. All the perspectives are done by me and the master plan was rendered by Josh Rajdl. Programs used were AutoCAD for the master plan, SketchUp, 3D Studio Max and Photoshop for the perspectives. Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu 763.742.4705
  • 4. Aaron Hanson NDSU Spring 2010WORK AutoCAD Plans These plans are done using AutoCAD and Photoshop was used for the top two images. The projects vary for each plan but show the different types of plans I am capableAUTOCAD of completing. Each site varies in scale and detail intended to meet the project requirements. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT (3) Quercus mongolica (2) Ulmus pumila (4) Celtis occidentalis (3) Ulmus pumila (5) Celtis occidentalis (3) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica (3) Celtis occidentalis (5) Celtis occidentalis (3) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica (3) Quercus mongolica (4) Celtis occidentalis (3) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica (3) Ulmus pumila (10) Picea glauca var. densata (9) Picea glauca var. densata (12) Pinus ponderosa (12) Pinus ponderosa (8) Pinus ponderosa (8) Pinus contorta var. latifolia (3) Ulmus pumila  (4) Pinus ponderosa (10) Picea glauca var. densata  (1) Gleditsia triacanthos (3) Populus deltoides  Mix C  (5) Pinus banksiana (10) Picea glauca var. densata (17) Acer saccharum (1) Gleditsia triacanthos  (1) Ulmus pumila (5) Picea glauca var. densata  (1) Gleditsia triacanthos  (4) Quercus macrocarpa (1) Ulmus pumila Mix A (1) Ulmus pumila   (2) Pinus sylvestris Mix D (1) Gleditsia triacanthos Mix A (2) Quercus mongolica (4) Juglans nigra Mix A   (1) Ulmus pumila (3) Populus deltoides  Fargo, ND (3) Salix alba `Chermesina (701) 446 Mix A (1) Gleditsia triacanthos  (8) Pinus mugo (8) Acer ginnala (1) Ulmus pumila (3) Celtis occidentalis (7) Acer tataricum (1) Prunus maackii (each planter) 12 total (3) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica  Mix C (3) Sorbus aucuparia (5) Pinus banksiana (5) Juniperus virginiana (3) Quercus macrocarpa (3) Elaeagnus angustifolia Mix A (3) Salix alba `Vitellina Mix D (2) Malus pumila (3) Ulmus pumila  (5) Acer saccharinum (5) Pinus sylvestris (3) Malus hybrids (3) Malus baccata (7) Acer ginnala Mix C (2) Salix pentandra (5) Juniperus virginiana (6) Celtis occidentalis (8) Malus Red Splendor (3) Malus hybrids (2) Salix alba `Chermesina PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT (6) Acer tataricum (3) Malus baccata Mix A (5) Juglans nigra (7) Pinus mugo (3) Ulmus pumila (1) Salix alba `Chermesina (5) Salix alba `Chermesina (2) Malus pumila (3) Quercus macrocarpa (4) Quercus mongolica (3) Gleditsia triacanthos (3) Sorbus aucuparia Mix D Mix C (4) Elaeagnus angustifolia Mix A (5) Populus deltoides Mix B (3) Catalpa speciosa (5) Juniperus virginiana (3) Ulmus pumila (5) Pinus sylvestris (3) Gleditsia triacanthos (6) Tilia americana (4) Tilia cordata (7) Tilia cordata (4) Celtis occidentalis (7) Pinus contorta var. latifolia (3) Ulmus pumila (2) Populus tremuloides Mix A (6) Ulmus pumila (2) Betula papyrifera Mix A (4) Tilia cordata (8) Aesculus glabra (4) Tilia cordata (4) Tilia cordata (3) Gleditsia triacanthos Mix D (3) Juglans nigra (3) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica (2) Pinus mugo (2) Tilia americana (2) Pinus contorta var. latifolia (9) Syringa reticulata (2) Pinus mugo (3) Salix alba `Chermesina Mix A (3) Quercus mongolica (2) Betula papyrifera (3) Salix pentandra (3) Salix alba `Vitellina (2) Salix alba `Chermesina (3) Gleditsia triacanthos (3) Ulmus pumila (3) Quercus macrocarpa (3) Populus tremuloides Mix B Mix A (5) Salix alba (2) Salix pentandra Mix C (7) Acer negundo (2) Salix alba (4) Quercus mongolica (3) Gleditsia triacanthos (3) Ulmus pumila Mix C (4) Salix alba `Vitellina (6) Celtis occidentalis (6) Pinus mugo (5) Pinus banksiana (2) Gleditsia triacanthos (7) Pinus sylvestris (1) Ulmus pumila (1) Ulmus pumila (1) Ulmus pumila (1) Gleditsia triacanthos (2) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica Mix A (3) Quercus mongolica (3) Celtis occidentalis (3) Quercus mongolica (3) Celtis occidentalis (6) Celtis occidentalis (6) Quercus mongolica (6) Celtis occidentalis (6) Quercus mongolica (6) Ulmus pumila (6) Quercus mongolica (4) Catalpa speciosa (6) Ulmus pumila (3) Ulmus pumila (3) Celtis occidentalis    Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu (5) Ulmus pumila (3) Catalpa speciosa (2) Quercus macrocarpa (4) Celtis occidentalis (4) Ulmus davidiana var. japonica 763.742.4705 (2) Quercus macrocarpa (6) Catalpa speciosa
  • 5. Aaron Hanson NDSU Spring 2011 These perspectives shown were done in SketchUp and rendered with V-Ray. I then touched up everything in Photoshop for the final product. Summer ViewsWETLANDCONSTRUCTED Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu 763.742.4705
  • 6. Aaron Hanson NDSU Spring 2012 5280 ft 1, d oa (1 Mile) 36 ilr 0’ Ra tN 1st S 10 0’ t onS Building Removal 15 v isi 0’ Di 39 5’ 25 0’ N St 1st 2, 49 0’ t io nS Natural Inlet vis Di 53 5’ Mississippi River 0 SlopeWORK 0 - 5% 5 - 25% 25 - 50% Univers Downtown District ity Dr 50 - 60% Potential Areas For: 60 - 70% St. Cloud State Terraced Retaining Wall 70 - 100% Boardwalks University District Water Access Wetland Filtration Infrastructure & Contours Slope AnalysisGIS Here I had to create my own building footprints in AutoCAD and then goe-referenced the footprints in ArcMap to the same coordinates of my existing data. Trail Along River’s Edge 1st St N Division St Exiting Trail No Trail Building Face Building Removal River Corridor Used ArcScene to create a conceptual model of the site. Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu 763.742.4705
  • 7. Aaron Hanson NDSU Spring 2012WORK Eco-Beach Section This section focuses on enhancing the riverbank.THESISCONCEPTUAL Educational Connection Section This section focuses on the cultural connection of the city by exploiting the city’s history of Gothic Revival Style infrastructure. Riverfront Hub Section This section focuses on reconnection to the riverfront. Aaron.Hanson.1@ndsu.edu 763.742.4705