Stantec's Theo Pappas and Jim Chatas share their insights regarding what’s driving the exciting changes and trajectory for Career & Technical education. For more information visit stantec.com/education.
The human sundial: How a student’s learning environment can serve as a teaching tool
School buildings can serve as a resource for learning—whether it’s energy monitoring systems or a fifth-gra...
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What can workplace design learn from makerspaces in educational environments? (Part 1)
How a benchmarking study helps us educate workplace clients on makerspaces and ultimately assess culture and growth strategies
Student housing series: Student housing vs. multi-family housing—what are the differences?
While student and multi-family housing share a common building form, it’s the student resident that drives the innovation of new spaces
2018 Stantec Education conferences and speaking engagements
WEBINAR RECORDING: Career & Technical Education's impact on education design
On June 6 at 1PM EST, Theo Pappas and Christian Owens presented their insights on how the CTE revolution is evolving how we think of education and space. Click for the recording.
Creating “in-between” spaces in research facilities
To truly support cutting-edge research and attract the best, health science buildings need rooms for collaboration and informal learning
How major trends from the past are informing future learning environments
What will safety and security, sustainability, and technical education look like in learning environments 20 years from now?
From the Design Quarterly: Bridging cultures to create buildings for unique populations
Lessons in navigating cultural differences in the design process from the Arctic Circle to the Sahara
Libraries & Learning Commons, Part 3
We share some of the most valuable lessons we’ve learned throughout the process of designing modern academic libraries across North America.
Published in the Clinical Services Journal - Translational Research: From Bench to Bedside
David Martin talks about design that supports translation of innovation to patient outcomes
Why your office needs a makerspace—it’s about investing in the creative workplace
Harvesting creativity and innovation requires the right spaces and creates a culture that attracts the best employees
Student housing series: What are the five questions to ask when designing a student unit?
Knowing the right questions to ask your client upfront can make a unit more comfortable and affordable, while smoothing the design process
Quoted in University Business: The changing face of the university campus
University students have high expectations for their learning environments. London-based principal and education sector lead Aaron Taylor shares how the design of education facilities is changing.
3 things to consider when designing a storm shelter for your school
Storm shelter requirements are changing the way we approach school design. Location, critical support systems, and operations and maintenance need to be considered.
Student housing series: How do you balance affordability and comfort in acoustical design?
Recognizing the source of noise in student housing guides acoustical and sound deadening elements that have the greatest impact
Published in Higher Education Estates: Designing research into university estates
David Martin discusses the role of architecture in supporting translational research and medicine in Higher Education Estates magazine.
From the Design Quarterly: Incubating campus cool
The library becomes a hub for campus fellowship
Educating students for jobs we can’t envision (Part 1)
Three new priorities we need to keep in mind for education spaces—it’s not about subjects, it’s about skills
Creating a housing plan to support and engage a student throughout their academic career
A college student’s life transitions every year, and a transitional student housing plan can provide the proper environment to help the student achieve success at each level
Presenting Design Quarterly 02: Culture by Design
Design can both reflect and transform culture
Issue 02 | Culture by Design