COLitOURS: An interactive public space activation, with colourful benches made with recycled materials, and a spinning puzzle tower. This project explored the elements of ‘sense of ownership’, and sat in front of the South Street BBQ and the CB-M Community Association Building.
Beehive Benches: Helping the people of Cliff-Bungalow Mission ‘stick‘ in public spaces that are otherwise unutilized. This project used modular hexagon seating elements, and acted as planters for plantings, and also explored how this project could be used all year long.
Mobile Community Garden: This installation repurposed wagons to create a train of gardens that had the ability to provide the area with rotating beds of vegetables, flowers, and food. The day of the unveiling even allowed participants to take home their very own recycled planters and seedlings.
Umbrella Canopy: A canopy of umbrella’s could be seen swinging over the historic bridge across the elbow river, as this project explored connecting different parts of the commuting and activating routes that are currently seen as dead spots.