Sustainability April 22, 2022

Designing a facility to combat hunger and drought with University of Missouri

For designers, a greenhouse is usually a cut-and-dry project with limited room for creativity. However, that was anything but the case for University of Missouri’s (MU) dynamic East Campus Plant Growth Facility.

By CannonDesign
Workforce Development March 29, 2022

The Future of Engineering: Thoughts from our discipline leaders

Thoughts about new sustainable commitments, advancements in smart buildings, decarbonization of systems and more.

By CannonDesign
Educational Facilities March 15, 2022

Is extended reality shaping the future of academic libraries? This Dean thinks so.

Mary Ann Mavrinac, vice provost and dean of the University of Rochester Libraries, shares insight into how the campus community directed the development of Studio X, the library’s new extended reality hub featuring advanced technology and expert training

By CannonDesign
Workforce Development March 8, 2022

Ben Juckes: Pushing boundaries through computational design

“When you walk in, you see a playground of models,” says Ben Juckes. “That says something about the way the studio operates. It’s a really cool, collaborative environment.”

By CannonDesign
Educational Facilities January 10, 2022

Design through the lenses of mental health & trauma: Reimagining the lecture hall experience

The first in a series of reimagining spaces through the experiences of those living with a mental health condition or diagnosis, traumatic experiences and other obstacles.

By CannonDesign
Sustainability December 28, 2021

Understanding the mechanics of change is integral to addressing sustainability in design

To adequately address climate change, it needs to be a priority on individual basis, organizational levels and beyond.

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Building Envelope October 26, 2021

UIC surgical innovation training lab places in HCD remodel/renovation competition

This groundbreaking project was the Bronze winner in the annual competition. Earlier this year, the project also won the Award of Merit in the Healthcare Design Showcase.

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Buildings September 16, 2021

Four ways to create training facilities that better support athlete’s mental health and mental fitness

Simone Biles stood up for mental health by sitting down at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Citing her mental wellness, Biles withdrew from multiple gymnastics competitions to best empower her teammates to medal at the games.

By CannonDesign
Career Smart May 5, 2021

Women in healthcare design are making an impact

Abbie Clary, director of CannonDesign's global health practice, discusses the future of healthcare design, what it takes for women to lead in male-dominated industries and more. See video.

By CannonDesign
Industry News April 6, 2021

Lessons learned and future outlooks from engineering leaders

Thought leaders from CannonDesign share their insights on what lies ahead for engineers in the new normal.

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