Interior Design

Stantec experts share their knowledge on the trends, innovations, and challenges shaping interior design.

  • Corporate workplace design: 8 interiors trends to watch

    Corporate workplace design: 8 interiors trends to watch

    NeoCon 2018 revealed a softer focus, including organic shapes, smoky glass, integrated accessories, and Scandinavian partnerships

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  • One chance to make a good first impression: Office lobbies see a revamp

    One chance to make a good first impression: Office lobbies see a revamp

    How office lobby design is taking a page from hospitality to cater to the future of work

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  • 7 impacts worth considering when reducing the size of your workplace

    7 impacts worth considering when reducing the size of your workplace

    Reducing square footage saves money, true, but employers need to consider spin-off effects that aren't always beneficial.

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  • How the Taussig Cancer Center is making the patient experience number one

    How the Taussig Cancer Center is making the patient experience number one

    Working with the Cleveland Clinic, a design-savvy healthcare client

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  • Why your office needs a makerspace—it’s about investing in the creative workplace

    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

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  • How do office sounds impact design? Hint: Not all sound in the workplace is bad

    How do office sounds impact design? Hint: Not all sound in the workplace is bad

    A smart workplace design conversation means understanding the role acoustics play in the workplace

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  • Student housing series: What can a developer bring to the design of student housing?

    Student housing series: What can a developer bring to the design of student housing?

    Developers and architects balance budget and design to exemplify what a living learning environment can truly achieve

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  • From the Design Quarterly: What does it mean to fly well?

    From the Design Quarterly: What does it mean to fly well?

    Airports are emerging as places where travelers can travel well

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  • How do senior living facilities adopt a household model? Retrofit care around the resident

    How do senior living facilities adopt a household model? Retrofit care around the resident

    Older—and larger—senior living facilities can adopt “small house” principles and provide care that doesn’t feel institutional

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  • How technology is changing the patient experience—and what that means for designers

    How technology is changing the patient experience—and what that means for designers

    From AI to cellphone maps, technological advancements are helping ease anxiety for patients and giving designers power to change healthcare facilities

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  • Published in Alaska Business: Architecture in Alaska

    Published in Alaska Business: Architecture in Alaska

    What trends are impacting building design and construction in the 49th state?

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  • From the Design Quarterly: Design drivers for a new behavioral and mental health facility

    From the Design Quarterly: Design drivers for a new behavioral and mental health facility

    How goals like “veterans first” shaped the design for a new VA building supporting a patient-centered recovery model

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  • Friday Night Lights: The architecture of high school football stadium design in Texas

    Friday Night Lights: The architecture of high school football stadium design in Texas

    High school athletics facilities in Texas can come at a high cost, but the evolution in their design can also provide more value to our communities

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  • A hospital that feels like home: Community as inspiration in healthcare design

    A hospital that feels like home: Community as inspiration in healthcare design

    Designing a healthcare environment that promotes wellness and healing—while generating a sense of community belonging

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  • From the Design Quarterly: Workplace trends—for today and tomorrow—are smart and flexible

    From the Design Quarterly: Workplace trends—for today and tomorrow—are smart and flexible

    Technology, generational preference, and an embrace of change will define how the office of tomorrow looks and operates

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  • From the Design Quarterly: Meet me at the new mall—10 ways to make them cool

    From the Design Quarterly: Meet me at the new mall—10 ways to make them cool

    Once just a means for getting from store to store, the concourse emerges as the cool place to be in today’s malls

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  • Lean design can minimize waste and maximize patient value in healthcare facilities

    Lean design can minimize waste and maximize patient value in healthcare facilities

    From visioning through design and into operations, Lean principles can eliminate challenges like supply hoarding and unnecessary waiting

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  • Better than before: 3 ways design can ease the transition to safety for survivors of abuse

    Better than before: 3 ways design can ease the transition to safety for survivors of abuse

    How designing a women’s shelter taught one architect about recovery, reintegration, and empowerment

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  • Research and benchmarking: Revisiting a 21st century library a decade after design

    Research and benchmarking: Revisiting a 21st century library a decade after design

    Libraries have evolved tremendously in the last two decades. Here’s what we’ve learned from researching and benchmarking.

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  • 3 benefits to embracing an integrated approach to building design

    3 benefits to embracing an integrated approach to building design

    Bringing designers and engineers together at the table from the beginning of project design helps streamline the process

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