Honourable Mention in the 2016 RGD Student Awards in the Placemaking Category.
Trinity Bellwoods is a public park in Toronto. The park is bordered by Dundas Street West and Queen Street West to the north and south and Crawford Street and Shaw Street to the West and East.
The purpose of the project is to explore the community of Trinity Bellwoods Park through the memories and stories within the park. This project will give the community of Trinity Bellwoods Park a way to reflect on their memories allowing viewers to connect and respond to the community. Through bringing out stories of memories or events that have happened in the park it will encourage the strengthening of the current community of Trinity Bellwoods Park and welcome in the younger generation of residents moving into the area as well as visitors who have a interest in the park.
The target audience is fellow community members as well as visitors who are interested in the park. As users move through the park from station to station they will encounter dierent stories all related to the same theme displayed visually with the option of auditory, to be viewed. These stories will be ones that are relatable. They will be people with stories that users can connect to and in whole reflects the personalities and people of Trinity Bellwoods