Caila Anderson

Bio

work

  • 2014

    A modular system of panels and connectors designed to enable children to design and build their own spaces.  Inspired by children who use comfort objects to understand their place in the world, the panels are made out of a comforable material and can be manipulated in a number of ways.

  • 2013

    A joint project between BC Hydro's clean energy division Powertech, and Emily Carr's EcoTank, this project addressed a number of issues related to electric vehicle adoption barriers and entrepeneurship opportunities in Vancouver.  My solution was to create a tour company that took people on tours of sustainable initiatives happening in Vancouver.  Tour hubs would be located at electric vehicle charging stations.  Patrons of the tours would have access to electric vehicle car...