Presenting the Stantec Design Quarterly

January 19, 2018 Anton Germishuizen

Thoughts, trends and innovation from the Stantec Buildings Group

At Stantec, design is at our core. It’s what we do. We take great ideas and manifest them.

Today, we are pleased to announce the release of the debut issue of the Stantec Design Quarterly. The Stantec Design Quarterly tells stories that showcase thoughtful, forward-looking approaches to design that build community.

In our debut issue, we look at design ideas, approaches and tools that put responsible consumption of resources at the forefront, and consider new dimensions of sustainability such as wellness, living small, autonomous vehicles, and small-scale agriculture. Creating better communities, more livable cities, neighborhoods and workplaces that are kinder to the planet requires designers to rise to the occasion.

We all have a role in creating a better world. In on our work, we make that positive impact through design. We hope you’ll find the Stantec Design Quarterly as inspiring and thought-provoking as we do.

Read and subscribe to the Stantec Design Quarterly.

About the Author

Anton Germishuizen

As a senior vice president, Anton Germishuizen fosters a commitment to design excellence and the growth of Stantec’s design culture. He remains actively engaged in the marketing and design of projects, with a particular focus in the civic sector.

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