WINNING PROJECTS

HUBBUB @ VANCOUVER CITY HALL

Winning projects from the 2018 Ideathon Challenge advanced to HUBBUB #11 at Vancouver City Hall. Organized by CityStudio Vancouver, HUBBUB is an end-of-semester showcase event featuring student projects from UBC, SFU, BCIT, Langara College, and Emily Carr.

2018 Ideathon Challenge — Winning Projects

Site A: Stephens St & West Broadway

  • Project Title: “PLAZAble” — A step by step toolkit allowing any community member to transform their street into a plaza.
  • Group Name: Monkey Bar Committee

Site B: West 18th Ave & Cambie St

  • Project Title: “Pavement to Plaza” — Grassroots Approach.
  • Group Name: Team Brownies

 

Student members from the groups ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ and ‘Team Brownies’ showcasing their projects at HUBBUB, Vancouver City Hall. Also in the photo: Heather Campbell, Su-Jan Yeo, Rebecca Mayers, Jacqueline Hunter, and Gina Thorstenson / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Holly Schmidt.

 

Student member from the group ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ describing the project to event attendees / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Monkey Bar Commitee’ describing the project to an event attendee / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Monkey Bar Commitee’ describing the project to event attendees / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Team Brownies’ delivering a 15-second project pitch to the audience / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ delivering a 15-second project pitch to the audience / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the group ‘Team Brownies’ with TA Rebecca Mayers / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student members from the group ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ with TA Jacqueline Hunter / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.

 

Student member from the group ‘Monkey Bar Committee’ with Dr. Heather Campbell (Director, School of Community and Regional Planning, UBC) / Nov-30-2018. Photographed by Su-Jan Yeo.