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2015 Competition Finalists Entries

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CAVIN2015-4mum5p 
Bosque
by Alex Zelaya — Winner of Fellowship Competition

A community cycling pavilion for Hellyer County Park


CAVIN2015-mq0y4i 
Hello.Hellyer.
by John Martin L. Tubles — Alternate to Winner

Hello Hellyer is a design proposal that mediates between an expansive scale of the Coyote Creek Trail Park and the intimacy of scale felt when one rides a bike especially in nature.


CAVIN2015-63b9tk 
Hellyer Hill
by Alexander Dykes — Finalist

HELLYER HILL CYCLING CENTER PROPOSES A NEW LOOPED INTERACTION OF CYCLIST AND NATURE.


CAVIN2015-aqfogy 
A Park Becomes A Building
by Dylan Woock — Finalist

The Cycling Center is a home for all united around the art of cycling. Like a park or landscape it is a public space open to everyone of every capacity.


CAVIN2015-veyujw 
CYCLE CENTER PROPOSAL
by Makoto Shibuya — Finalist

A proposal for a new facility that has the unique opportunity to serve cyclists at many levels, and for a venue that pays homage to the history of the popular sport while celebrating its future with unique viewing opportunities.





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