TriAngle is located at the heart of HKBU campus (David C Lam Building 306). It provides the platform for gatherings of creative minds who believe in the synergy of collaborations. It is more than a physical place for meetings and projects but a venue for inspirational conversations that foster creativity and teamwork.
Facilities and Features
Simple is beautiful. TriAngle embraces a plain and down-to-earth setting with an environmentally-friendly and flexible layout. In this student-centred space, you can find:
• Creative furniture designed by HKBU students
• Lots of drawing boards and post-it stickers for idea generations
• Two mega-sized screens and a mini-stage for pitching and presentations
CISL would like to thank the students from VART3256 Furniture Design (AY2018-19) and their instructors Mr. Andrea Ingrassia and Mr. Peter Benz from Academy of Visual Arts for bringing their creativity to the furniture of TriAngle.
Who is it for?
• HKBU students and instructors of service-learning courses
• Social innovation projects steered by students and staff
About Our Name and Logo
The creation is inspired by “Trying” and “Collaboration”. These are embedded in the pronunciation (Try and Go) and the logo where perspectives (angles), innovation (vibrant colours and blank space) and working together (the lines which resemble hand in hand) are expressed. TriAngle is the brainchild of HKBU Chemistry student Cherry Kwok Tsz Ting who believes innovation begins with the courage to try.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to co-organise social innovation activities that will bring positive changes to both HKBU students and the wider community.