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  1. 1. 2 TREVOR HARWOOD trevorharwood@gmail 970.443.1819 3728 manzanita dr. loveland,co 80537
  2. 2. 4 DESIGN PORTFOLIO
  3. 3. 6 CONTENTS LEAVE YOUR TRACE.......PLAZA 01 08-15 MORGAN LIBRARY COURTYARD 02 16-23 SOUTHWEST PARK 03 24-29 RIVERSIDE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT 04 29-37 CITY PARK: MOVEMENT 05 38-49 FLUIDITY RESORT 06 50-65 IRON CURTAIN PROJECT 07 66-71 MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS 08 72-79 GRAPHICS 09 80-87 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 10 88-99 PHOTOGRAPHY 11 100-123
  4. 4. 8 01 LEAVE YOUR TRACE..... PLAZA DENVER, COLORADO 39.74450 N, 104.99562 W
  5. 5. 10 This proposal seeks to provide a visual focal point and a place of expression in the shadows of the downtown structures it is surrounded by. It serves to function as a place of identity, where visitors and residents of the city can come to leave their individual trace, visual recognitions of their presence in the world at a particular place, and a particular time. This is accom- plished through a landscape of stimuli sensitive thermal panels, which capture the footprints of the passerby, signatures of a participant in a convention or even a modified snow angel of a child. The possibilities found in the plaza are only limited by the imagination of the partici- pants and what they choose to leave behind.... 3DS MAX / PHOTOSHOP INTERACT.EMBRACE.ACKNOWLEDGE
  6. 6. 12 The plaza is organized into two distinct sections, A connection between the two is accomplished by interactive thermal panels which run the length of the site. The east side of the site is re- served for passive pursuits and provides a large green area and connections to the surrounding retail. The west side provides the largest of the thermal panels which will act as the main focal point and grand stage for leaving your personal mark upon the space. THERMAL PANELS LOOKING NORTH CONNECTIONS PERSPECTIVE
  7. 7. 14 Sculptural features are spaced along the en- tire site and function as a vertical connection point to the surrounding downtown features. These provide a visual buffer from the build- ings as well as a sense of human scale to the plaza. The towers lining the space also fea- ture digital screens that project images from video cameras set along various points, these display’s feature images of participants on opposing ends of the plaza. Through this experience visitors become acutely aware that their actions and personal marks can be viewed and responded to in regions outside of their control. Providing yet another sense of self awareness and personal expression on the site. DIGITAL PROJECTION SEQUENCE 3DS MAX / PHOTOSHOP SECTION LOOKING SOUTH
  8. 8. 16 02 MORGAN LIBRARY COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY 40.57335 N, 105.08389 W
  9. 9. EXTEND 18 This is a proposal to reshape the inner courtyard of a University library, whose present condition leaves it virtually unoccupied because of feelings of VULNERABILITY from its immediate surround- ings. The courtyard will be TRANSFORMED into an extension and eventually ending to the libraries current entry way, becoming a place of meeting and CONGREGATION while remain- ing a VISUAL RESPITE for those looking onto the space from above. DIGITAL CAMERA/PHOTOSHOP SITE PLANS
  10. 10. 20 PHYSICAL MODEL CONCEPT SKETCHUP STUDY SECTION: ENTRANCE
  11. 11. 22 DIMENSION PLAN LAYOUT PLAN 3DS MAX FINAL RENDERING DETAILS
  12. 12. 24 03 SOUTHWEST PARK FOOTHILLS, COLORADO 40.42736 N, 105.12496 W
  13. 13. 26 GRADING PLAN This landscape engages the tangle of in- terrelated processes required at the site. Its organization grows from topographi- cal reorganization featuring two defining and interconnected elements. The first is a system of circuits separated according to a program of conventional recreational needs ( ball fields, walking and running). The second feature is that of an east-west pat- SKETCHUP/PHOTOSHOP/3DS tern of parallel landforms aligned with the adjacent foothills. These series of ridges are used to direct circulation, deflect wind, as well function as circulators of the sites storm water into a cleansing system of streams and ponds.
  14. 14. 28 FLOW SITE AERIAL CONCEPT SKETCH: LAKE LANDFORM STUDY CONCEPT SKETCH: GARDEN CONCEPT SKETCH: PLAZA GRADING PLAN MASTER PLAN
  15. 15. 30 04 RIVERSIDE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT DENVER, COLORADO 39.71026 N, 104.99709 W
  16. 16. ONNECTIONS 32 RIVERSIDE.ENTERTAINMENT.DISTRICT is situated along the banks of the Platte River in the city of Denver Colorado. With the closure of large scale indus- try in the area and the beginnings of redevelopment taking place the area becomes a place of opportunity to re- think mixed use development and act as a catalyst in reconnecting the land on a PROCESS social and environmental level. DEVELOPMENT In the process of converting an industrial area into the new Riverfront Entertainment District the design process began through a series of data analysis that PROCESS GOALS/OBJECTIVES: identified, classified, and evaluated the site’s current CREATE A distinct urban district for the Denver metro area. condition in hopes of determining the optimal functions Include Cultural/Entertainment (art, music, theatre) Community (Identity, Gardens, Markets) for this mixed use development. A few key elements Commercial (Shopping loop, Office/retail space) were identified as having significant impact in their EMBRACE and magnify the sites connectivity to its surroundings. own rights, they include: Greenway and blueway continuations Transportation Links (1-25, light rail, Platte river) Historical threads (Railroad, River, Gates) -Location of the site near two-major Light rail stops, BLEND residential and commercial districts while still -Adjacencies to the river and its corresponding amenities Providing for a sense of identity and community in each. -Proximity to Downtown Denver and adjacent suburbs Interior business plazas -Prominent Views both to the West (Mountains) and to Downtown Unique exteriors for each sections of community -Historical Significance (Gates Rubber) Greenroof connections throughout site -Grade change from railway yard to riverfront (20+ feet) Underground parking to separate pedestrian and vehicular traffic -Potential linkages to other Denver parks and recreation systems SUPPORT Ecological Efficiency / Responsibility. Use of grey water, solar energy, river decontamination projects, Community agriculture, on site stormwater/wastewater treatment, Promotion of alternative transportation and fuel, recyclable building material PHOTOSHOP
  17. 17. CIRCULATION 34 SECONDARY / INTERNAL PRIMARY / PERIMETER The secondary circulation pat- The main form of ex- tern is initially dictated by one ternal circulation into, of the sites main features of and around the sight being adjacent to a light rail is the perimeter circula- station, and the flow to and tion. This will allow for from this point. The other efficient access to the Landmarks -Conversation with the sites past history major space responsible for major connecting roads (industrial, railroad, Gates) the forms the paths take along (1-25, and Mississippi) -Sequencing along entire site the site will revolve around in the area. The overall -Culminating at urban core the entertainment district core, layout of these core cir- which acts both as a landmark culation routes is meant to orient users as well as pro- to uphold the pedestrian viding a distinct terminus to friendly philosophy of + their paths. The district in its the site, allowing for a LANDMARKS entirety eventually creates a separation to occur be- shopping ring that begins on tween vehicular flows, either transit bridge and works while still allowing easy its way through the site to the access for pedestrians core, maximizing the retail to underground parking space and providing a distinct and access points to the COMPOSITE: MOVEMENT experience for the visitors. upper levels of the site. Art -Cultural Center museum, performing art, theatre, dance, events -Circular art walk (connecting community plaza and the main urban plaza) Begins and ends at Cultural Center -Linking districts -Providing backdrop for markets and community Key Programmatic Features: events GreenRoofs Community Plaza Amphitheater + ART Cultural Center Art Walk + + + Interior Courtyards Green Bridges On site Storm water treatment/retention Shopping Loop Underground Parking Mixed use multi level construction Solar power Restaurant promenade Playgrounds Market Plaza PERIMETER PRIMARY SECONDARY INTERNAL COMMUNITY Community gardens -Community plaza Outdoor Theatre -Events, markets -Gardens -Residential district as a whole, but also broken up into sub communities -Corporate Communities (Extend into business district) COMMUNITY COMPOSITE: EVENTS
  18. 18. OVERALL COMPOSITE CIRCULATION COMPOSITE PRIMARY MOVEMENT EVENTS COMPOSITE 36 CITY BIKE PATH COMMERCIAL DISTRICT RETAIL CIRCUIT LIGHTRAIL STATIONS ENTERTAINMENT CORE STAGE / THEATRE DINING STRIP MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATED BRIDGE ART WALK RESIDENTIAL MARKET DETENTION POND Connect Reconnect RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT COMMUNITY PARK THE RIVERFRONT PARK WILL ACT AS A DESTINATION THE LIFELINE OF THE PARK IS FOUND IN THE PLATTE HUB WITHIN THE PLATTE RIVER CORRIDOR, PROVIDING RIVER, OVER THE PAST YEARS THIS CONNECTION HAD ANOTHER LINK TO FURTHER THE CITIES REACH INTO THE GREATLY DETERIORATED THROUGH THE USE OF CON- SUBURBS. CONTINUED WITHIN THIS NEW RIVERFRONT CRETE FLOOD MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, RESULTING IN SETTING WILL BE DEDICATED PEDESTRIAN AND BIKING VIRTUALLY CLOSING OFF THE DEVELOPMENT TO ONE TRAILS, THESE WILL BE CONNECT TO EVENT STRIPS FOR OF ITS GREATEST ASSETS. THE PRESENCE AND MOVE- ART SHOWS AND COMMUNITY MARKETS. THE DEVELOP- MENT OF WATER THROUGH AND AROUND THE SITE MENT WILL FURTHER CONNECT TO ITS SURROUNDINGS THUS BECAME A KEY COMPONENT TO THE DEVELOP- BY MAXIMIZING ACCESS FROM THE LIGHT RAIL STATION MENT OF A DESIGN CONCEPT. AND PROVIDING KEY EXTENSIONS AND PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES FROM THE SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOODS AND CROSS STREETS. ENTERTAINMENT CORE + STAGE COMPLEX PHOTOSHOP / HAND
  19. 19. 38 05 CITY PARK: MOVEMENT FORT COLLINS, COLORADO 40.58414 N, 105.10516 W
  20. 20. 40 YNAMIC INTERACTIONS OMMUNITYADAPTATI ON This project was structured around re- thinking the concept of public parks and ROGRESSIONI civic spaces in today’s cities. Resulting NDIVDUALLY in questions to their overall availability, utility and roles they currently play and will continue to play in the shaping of SKETCHUP / PHOTOSHOP the competitive urban fabric. CULTURAL CENTER / ART MUSEUM / RESTAURANT / ENTERTAINMENT VENUE
  21. 21. PROCESS 42 LANDFORM + MATERIAL COMPOSITE Circuit’s Core HAND COMPOSITE Rooms
  22. 22. DEVELOPMENT SKETCHUP / PHOTOSHOP/ HAND 44 Moveable metal tree planters MATERIAL STUDY VEGETATION STUDY COMPOSITE LANDFORM STUDY SITE
  23. 23. 46 COMMUNITY GARDENS CULTURE / ARTS CENTER SOLAR FARM COMMUNITY MARKET +2 +1 +3 +4 HAND / PHOTOSHOP 1 3 1 BIO-REMEDIATION PLANT 2 CIVIC CENTER PLAZA CUTOUTS 2 3 AMPHITHEATER 4 PUBLIC SWIMMING 4 7 5 ISLAND BOULDERING 6 SKATE / BMX /TRIAL 6 7 RESTAURANT / CAFE 8 8 ICE HOCKEY +5 DESIGN SEQUENCE DIGITAL CLAY
  24. 24. 48 ORGANIZATION STAGE / THEATRE SPORTS COMPLEX LIVING “ROOMS” THE EASTERN EDGE OF THE PARK IS DIVIDED VERTICALLY BY SEVERAL DISTINCT HALLWAYS. THESE HALLWAYS HELP TO FURTHER DIVIDE THIS SECTION OF THE PARK INTO MANAGEABLE AND MORE HUMAN SCALED SPACES. DIVIDED AND SPACED EVENLY ALONG THESE HALLS ARE A SERIES OF “ROOMS” IN WHICH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES ARE ALTERNATED TO CREATE A MATRIX OF SPACES WIHTIN THE LANDSCAPE. CIRCUITS THE LIFELINE OF THE PARK IS FOUND IN THE INTERCON- NECTED SYSTEM OF PATHS. THIS NETWORK IS SEPARATED INTERNALLY BY ACTIVE AND PASSIVE USES, THE SYSTEM FUNCTIONS TO DIRECT AND SUPPORT THE DYNAMIC DEMANDS OF THE PARKS PERIMETER SYSTEM OF ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS WHILE STILL BEING DRIVEN AND SUPPORTED BY THE PARKS SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CORE. THE CIRCUITS AERIAL: COMMUNITY GARDENS ALLOW FOR THE MAXIMUM OVERLAP OF ITS VARYING PRO- GRAMMATIC ELEMENTS AND ACTS AS THE MAIN UNIFYING SOLAR FARM STRUCTURE OF THE PARK AS A WHOLE. CIVIC CENTER PLAZA WAS DESIGNED AS AN ACTIVE PUBLIC STAGE FOR TEMPORARY PUBLIC EVENTS VARY- ING IN THEIR SIZE AND SCOPE. THROUGHOUT THE YEAR THE PLAZA PROVIDES A VENUE FOR THE CHANGING USES OF A GROWING CITY. UNPROGRAMMED ACTIVITIES ARE ALLOWED TO TAKE PLACE ON THIS STAGE UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYE OF THE CULTURE AND ARTS CENTER TO THE NORTH AS WELL AS THE STAGE AND AMPHITHEATER COMPLEX LOCATED AT THE EASTERN EDGE OF THE PLAZA, HOPEFULLY ADDING TO THE EXCITEMENT WITH THEIR OWN EVENTS SPILLING ONTO THE PLAZA. CITY PARK PLAZA GRASS AMPHITHEATER CULTURAL CENTER/ ART MUSEUM / RESTAURANT
  25. 25. 50 06 FLUIDITY RESORT FORMER HOLCIM CEMENT PLANT 40.65798 N, 105.13604 W
  26. 26. 52 THE DEGRADED SITE OF A FORMER CEMENT PLANT IS SLOWLY BEING TRANSFORMED INTO A NEW PROGRESSIVE SPORTS COMPLEX AND RESORT. THE DESIGN SEEKS TO FOLLOW A STRATEGY THAT RECOGNIZES AND ENGAGES OUR CURRENT CULTURE AND RESPONDS TO THE CONNECTIONS THAT WE LEAVE BEHIND. BY SEARCHING THROUGH ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO THESE POST INDUSTRIAL AREAS AND SEEKING TO CONTINUALLY EVOLVE AND REFLECT ON OUR PAST WE CAN SEARCH FOR WAYS TO INTEGRATE ELE- MENTS INTO FUTURE URBAN SPACES AND CULTURAL PROGRAMMING TO BETTER REFLECT THE ENVIRON- MENT THAT WE NOW FIND OURSELVES IN.
  27. 27. 54 The general concept for the site takes its cues from the remains of the sites past, the elevated steel walkways and monumental kilns and towers which currently guard the site are all ad- dressed, not as nuisances to be swept away but value adding elements which speak of the history of the region, its dramatic and unbridled growth and its future to come. This idea of continued progression and the willingness to move forward that is possible at this site also makes itself known in the world of progressive or “extreme sports”. These new activities (more are being created constantly) seek to push the limits of what is now considered the impossible. This common thread makes the marriage between the site and its program relate fluidly and successfully. IDEATION XISTING CONDITIONS SCHEMATIC DESIGN SCHEMATIC PROGRESSING ONCEPT PHOTOSHOP
  28. 28. 56 At present, the site is defined by relative homogeneity and little in the way of ecologic diversity. To create a more distinct, integrated and healthy site and to begin to move from strip mine or cement plant to a fully functional resort complex – a shift was made to centralize the development into smaller areas and where this was not feasabile attempt to create meanignful contrast with the use of small but meaningful interventions. WATER SPORT PLAZA RECLAIMED GOLF COURSE HAND / PHOTOSHOP MAIN RESORT SITE PLAN OVERALL SITE CONDITIONS
  29. 29. 58 MAIN RESORT MASTER PLAN ELEVATED WALKWAYS TO LAKE WATER SPORTS WHITE WATER GRANDSTANDS DRIVING RANGE GRANDSTANDS GOLF CENTER RESTAURANT VENDOR / SPONSORS CENTER STAGE / MAIN PLAZA FORMER CEMENT KILN MOTOCROSS MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS HIKING / XCOUNTRY WHITE WATER KAYAK COURSE ART WALK X RETAIL ROCK / ICE CLIMBING SILOS BMX TRIAL BIKING SKATEBOARDING LEISURE CENTER SWIMMING COMPLEX DOME DROP OFF / LOADING ZONE RESORT BUILDING LAND ART SKETCHUP PARKING
  30. 30. 60 MIXING DOME RESORT LEISURE CENTER MIXING DOME SWIMMING CENTER RETAIL CENTER MASTER PLAN HIGHLIGHTS A centerpiece 18,000 sq. ft. park for skateboarding, BMX, trial biking and in-line skating. A regionally accredited climbing (Ice and Rock) centre located on the remains of the cement storage silos. A large spectator area which will double as a stage for music events, competition awards and art exhibitions. An interactive visitor centre, with digital cinema - profiling the regions extreme sports oppor- tunities and providing meeting facilities for other sports clubs and local excursions. An Olympic sized swimming and diving center located under the protection of the former mixing dome of the cement plant.
  31. 31. 62 HOLE # 1 GOLF COURSE OVERVIEW DRIVING RANGE
  32. 32. 64 RESORT SECTION SKATEBOARD COMPLEX PHOTOSHOP TYPICAL SILO SILO ICE CLIMBING
  33. 33. 66 07 IRON CURTAIN PROJECT: FROM COLD WAR DEATH ZONE TO EUROPE’S LIFELINE
  34. 34. 68 WORKING ALONGSIDE PAUL HELLMUND A PROFESSOR AT CSU, I WAS ABLE TO GENERATE CONCEPTS ON THE DEVEL- OPMENT OF THE FUTURE CORRIDOR. IN ADDITION TO MY OWN PROJECT PROPOSAL I ALSO WAS ABLE TO HELP IN THE LARGER GOAL OF ORGANIZING A 100 PERSON DESIGN CHARETTE FEATURING GUEST SPEAKERS FROM THE CON- SERVATION EFFORT. IN HOPES OF EVENTUALLY MAKING AN INTERNATIONAL IMPACT AND AWARENESS ABOUT THE PROJECT AND ITS SCOPE. POSTER IMAGE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH: (PICTURE: KLAUS LEIDORF) www.bund.net POSTER DESIGN FROM 1946 UNTIL THE END OF THE COLD WAR THE IRON CURTAIN WAS A 4000 MILE “DEATH STRIP” WHICH SEPA- RATED EASTERN AND WESTERN EUROPE, THIS NETWORK OF BARBED-WIRE FENCES, GUARD TOWERS AND BUNKERS CUT EUROPE AND THE PEOPLE IN THIS AREA INTO TWO. THIS ZONE RANGING FROM 30-1000 YARDS WIDE WAS LEFT UN- TOUCHED BY HUNTERS AND DEVELOPMENT FOR THIS TIME PERIOD, ALLOWING THE AREA TO BECOME HOME TO SOME OF THE BEST PRESERVED HABITATS AND WILDLIFE NET- WORKS IN EUROPE. TODAY THE BORDER IS SHARED BY 18 NATIONS AND AN ATTEMPT IS BEING MADE TO TURN THIS FORMER DEATH ZONE INTO ONE OF THE LARGEST WILDLIFE AND TOURIST NETWORKS IN THE WORLD.
  35. 35. IDEATION 70 CORRIDOR TRANSECTS EDUCATION AND MEMORIALS FOREST CONNECTIONS RECREATION AND TOURISM LAKES / OCEANS RURAL / AGRICULTURE ART AND CULTURE DEVELOPMENT: CROSS BORDER POLICIES/ INFASTRUCTURE MEMORIALS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AGRICULTURE/DEVELOPMENT PRESSURE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES WILDLIFE PROTECTION NETWORK INTERRUPTION URBAN
  36. 36. 72 08 MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS
  37. 37. 74 master plan drawing I RESEARCH I FIGURE GROUND GILO PARK STUDY: SHLOMO ARONSON VENICE: LYNCH ANALYSIS perspective of park pavilion
  38. 38. 76 PROCESS Inspired by the desire to create a non site specific installation piece, SOAK is a vision of EXPLORA- TION. You are encouraged to use the structure to [ SOAK ] play, jump, dive, and tan. As you explore you be- come aware of your isolation and CONNECTIVITY to your surroundings. MODEL / HAND/PHOTOSHOP PLAN VIEW
  39. 39. SLOPE ANALYSIS GIS 78 EIBERT CIRCLE COURT- ARD VAIL / COLORADO GARDEN PARTI [ARISE] GIS 3D SITE ANALYSIS loch vale watershed, RMNP
  40. 40. 80 09 GRAPHICS
  41. 41. 82 ON SITE SKETCHES SCHOUWBURGPLEAIN: ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS ART MUSEUM: NETHERLANDS ENGINEERING WATER PLAZA: FORT COLLINS, CO
  42. 42. 84 DEPARTMENT T-SHIRT DESIGN JOURNAL COVER: MATTER PHOTOSHOP
  43. 43. 86 ACRYLIC PAINTING
  44. 44. 88 10 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  45. 45. NATURAL RESOURCES SIGNAGE 90 PROJECT: Potential financial donor to College, creation of signage concept in recognition of that support. OBJECTIVE: Utilize potential funding to not only fulfill overall project success, but to simultaneously contribute to the University as a whole through the design. GOALS: Signage must- DEFINE (edges) SUPPORT (people) EMBRACE (forms) CONNECT (spaces) SKETCHUP / PHOTOSHOP EFINE.SUPPORT.EMBRACE.CONNECT PROPOSED SIGNAGE
  46. 46. 92 The site is made up of two basic components, an elevated deck composed of metal and rubber pan- els, and a lower grade level area containing Plexiglas benches and a water feature. Confronted by the sites location in a cross pattern of pedestrian activity, one feels that you are between point A and point B when in the space, a no mans land within a sea of activity. The design response to this space was approached using the current site conditions and the need to SEPARATE and define the sites loose edge boundaries. The purpose of the lower level plaza was to provide an eddy for the fast moving pedestrian concourse, a secure place to pull off and view when in route to point b. The elevated portion of the design on the other hand is organized to provide a gradual stage from which the student body of the University can use to act out and DISPLAY itself to the rest of the general population. This becomes a place to OBSERVE and be observed. MASTER PLAN seperate.display.observe CONTEXT MAP COFFEE CART PLAZA CONSTRUCTION DETAILS SECTION PLAN VIEW
  47. 47. ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE OVERALL MASTER PLAN (DESIGN BY FACILITIES DESIGN STAFF) 94 PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE PLANS CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVE (DESIGN BY FRED HABERECHT) (DESIGN BY FACILITIES DESIGN STAFF) PARKING GARAGE PROPOSAL SCULPTURE GARDEN PROPOSAL (DESIGN BY FRED HABERECHT) PROJECT RENDERINGS 3DS MAX / PHOTOSHOP
  48. 48. 96 SCHEMATIC MASTER PLAN PROPOSED ENTRY SEQUENCE (DESIGN BY TOMMY MOSS) I PROPOSED PROJECT RENDERINGS I EQUINE CENTER MASTER PLAN PROJECT: Redevelop and combine past master plan proposals into an updated and effective plan for the future. CENTRE AVENUE OVAL (DESIGN BY FRED HABERECHT)
  49. 49. DESIGN DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH PRAIRIE ESTATES 98 LANDSCAPING (WAYNE SCHULTZ) I CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS I (PROJECT IN COLLABORATION WITH JC CULWELL)
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  53. 53. 106 N 49.27 / E 01.35 SW 42 48.702’S. 169 53.162’E
  54. 54. 108 47.1814°, 7.4164° 52°5’ N 5°8’ E
  55. 55. 110 40.59N, 105.14W 52° 26’ 14” N , 4° 52’ 51” E 52° 30’ 14” N , 4° 48’ 51” E
  56. 56. 53’18.08N. , 008’56.35W 112 35d 0m 0s., 135d 45m 0s 52° 26’ 14” N , 4° 52’ 51” E
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  60. 60. 120 42 48.702’S. 169 53.162’E 35d 0m 0s., 135d 45m 0s 42 48.702’S. 169 53.162’E 51° 13’ 0N, 3° 13’ 60E
  61. 61. 122 42 46.702’S. 169 52.162’E 49 16 N 123 07 W 42º 67’ N, 73º 80’ W
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  63. 63. 126 I WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU TO: Mom and Dad ( I appreciate all that you have given and sacrificed for me over the years ) Meryn, Kendra and the rest of the Harwood and Kugler clans. NEESH inc., The Toolbox, the Arse, NZ, DE, all of the Studio gang, Fred, JC and everyone at Facilities Design, and to all of my professors over the years, Thanks everyone for your support.
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