Stantec takes a glimpse into big trends for post-secondary education design.
How technology will disrupt long-term senior care
Large, cost-intensive centers aren't the only option in long-term care. It’s time for Distributed Care.
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When school districts create opportunities for collaboration in their CTE centers, they help students be ready for jobs that don’t currently exist
Published in Alaska Business Monthly: From Open Floors to Enclaves
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Micro-lofts: Are these tiny units coming to the suburbs?
Micro-lofts have been a fast-growing trend in urban areas, but can they work well in the suburbs too? Our experts share their insights.
TAKE OUR QUIZ: Is mass timber a viable option for your next building project?
Learn about the advantages of designing and building with engineered wood and mass timber in an interactive quiz.
From the Design Quarterly: Speak up. Get involved. Shape the future.
Designers are problem solvers. We need to have a louder voice in today’s biggest problem-solving conversations.
From the Design Quarterly: 7 facets of the changing airport
Refocusing on passenger experience is central to a new—and more comfortable—vision for air travel
Published in IFHE Digest: Creating opportunities in translational research
David Martin, VP of Stantec UK, writes about the role of the built environment in effective translational research.
From the Design Quarterly: Seeing civic infrastructure differently
People-centered design for community infrastructure facilities upends expectations
How partnering with university students benefits both future and current architects
Collaborating with University of Kansas master’s degree students inspires Doug King: “I’ve learned a great deal from these students and how they think”
Open plan 2.0: Tips for a successful transition to a new open-office design
When it’s time to make the move, designers can support clients in introducing a new workplace environment
Wood is good (Part 1): 7 reasons to consider wood construction on your next project
Safety, resilience, and versatility are all advantages that mass timber can offer compared to steel and concrete
From the Design Quarterly: Landscapes that do more
A systems-based, interdisciplinary approach to landscape architecture delivers a rich community resource
Issue 04 | Intersections
When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow.
The Dream Cabin: Reinventing what it’s like to sleep in a hotel room
Combining design with technology, a research team and hotel chain YOTEL are trying to give road warriors a good night’s rest
From the Design Quarterly: What happens when hospitals move out?
What can our experience designing urban places tell us about planning for the next chapter of healthcare building reuse?
A conference by the people, for the people: 4 takeaways from BILT North America
The 2018 Buildings Infrastructure Lifecycle, supported by Technology (BILT) summit reinforces importance of a holistic view of tech implementation
Healthy light: How to design tunable or dynamic lighting to benefit patients and staff
In medical facilities, balanced lighting choices can stimulate the circadian system while providing illumination for round-the-clock care
From the Design Quarterly: Why should design firms leverage gaming engines?
The Digital Practice group borrows tech from the video game world to solve design challenges
Design comeuppance: The call center gets its turn
A thoughtfully designed workplace environment, amenities, brand message, and name help shatter the mold of a stereotypical call center
Student housing series: Designing a home away from home in The Golden State