Founded in 2009, the HiVE began as a shared vision (Design Nerds included) and has grown into a 9,000 square foot sustainability and creativity focused collaborative workspace located at 128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver. Managed by HiVE Vancouver Society, the HiVE provides a shared work space with a dynamic cafe-like studio culture that facilitates creativity, […]
Construct is a site-specific installation utilizing multiple video sequences back-projected onto windows overlooking Yaletown. Utilizing a spare, cinematographic narrative structure, the piece investigates the mutually formative relationship between social interactions and the structures in which they are enacted.
This is an awesome project with a few nerds involved, though not officially a VDN project. How it works: You see the building, see the sign, call the number, punch in a code and listen the building’s sustainability story. Buildings that teach us about possibilities. More info: greenbuildingaudiotours.com
Extending our successful partnership with BCIT Film Flex, the Vancouver Design Nerds were invited to create a digital-media installation for the opening of the Vancouver Convention Centre. Four 10′ x 8′ screens displaying five-minute DV loops were installed in first-floor meeting-rooms facing the main lobby. The installation was designed to create an ambient animation of […]
The Cortes Island Eco-Sauna project is a work in progress. It started in the spring of 2005 with two design charettes in Vancouver (“Design Nerd Jams”), followed by two work parties on Cortes. It’s been a lot of fun for everyone involved. We plan to do a few more work parties for the summer of […]
The Urban Video Intervention Project is a site-specific installation involving projecting forms and animations that play on the geometries of the physical space. The objective is to integrate them with the site in a way that creates an interesting visual counterpoint to the existing structures.