Kathleen Corey likes tiny apartments over shops, hikes with panoramic city views, and flowing urban landscapes. While in the San Francisco Bay Area, she led design processes for the India Basin community farm and Wilkie Creek outdoor classroom. Kathleen completed the Urban Design certificate at SFU’s City Program and is working toward her Master of Landscape Architecture at the University of Guelph.

GO PLAY IN THE STREET – The Power of PARK(ing) DAY

Public Intervention on Public Space Last Friday (September 20) a special thing happened in parking stalls on streets in many city’s... Read More

Video Vancouver Original: Pop-Ups and Pop Rocks

Note: if the “HD” button hasn’t defaulted to orange, you’ll need to click to turn it on. It’s worth it... Read More

Video Vancouver Original: Paint, Planters, People

Note: if the “HD” button hasn’t defaulted to orange, you’ll need to click to turn it on. It’s worth it... Read More

Increasing Cycling Ridership and Safety (Velo-city Preview Part 2!)

The sun is coming out as the journey through Vancouver becomes easier. Visitors and locals leave fast moving traffic and exhaust fumes... Read More

Gateway: Visions for an Urban National Park

Editors: Alexander Brash, Jamie Hand, Kate Orff (Princeton Architectural Press, 2011) Spanning across three New York City boroughs and... Read More

HUB Q&A with Steph Gray

Last month, we celebrated cycling to school during Bike to School Week from May 14 to May 18. The event, coordinated by HUB: Your... Read More

Making Space for People on Robson Street

Finding a place to sit on Robson Street can be tricky, especially when the sidewalks are overflowing with people. With the lines of... Read More

Video Vancouver Original: Winter Solstice Beat

The HD version is highly recommended and available at its Vimeo page. *** Winter in Vancouver is not quite like winter in other... Read More