Interior Design for Wellness

The demand for transparency from users and designers is compelling manufacturers to tell us more about what’s in their interior products—from paint to flooring to furniture. Designers at Stantec embrace non-toxic and sustainable materials to create interiors that promote health and well-being. Read more about the benefits of choosing healthy materials from our experts.

  • Designing with non-toxic materials, an interactive guide

    Designing with non-toxic materials, an interactive guide

    Click around this interactive guide to choosing healthy materials for interior spaces.

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  • Meet Vickie Nicola

    Meet Vickie Nicola

    Associate, Senior Interior Designer

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  • Project: BPX Energy

    Project: BPX Energy

    A workplace that feels like home

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  • Project: Cambridge Memorial Hospital

    Project: Cambridge Memorial Hospital

    https://www.stantec.com/en/projects/canada-projects/c/cambridge-memorial-hospital

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  • Project: Lakehouse

    Project: Lakehouse

    A focus on health-conscious design is the at the center of this full-service project

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  • Weaving mental healthcare spaces into the neighborhood

    Weaving mental healthcare spaces into the neighborhood

    Design can help increase mental healthcare access for city dwellers

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  • Healthcare design choices: Is polyurethane upholstery fabric the best option in hospitals?

    Healthcare design choices: Is polyurethane upholstery fabric the best option in hospitals?

    The faux-leather fabric is easy to clean and better for the environment, but delamination failures are troubling

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  • Published in Green Operations: Holistic Healthcare

    Published in Green Operations: Holistic Healthcare

    Social Sustainability continues to evolve health and wellness design

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  • Project: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

    Project: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

    Shifting the paradigm for healthcare delivery

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  • Biophilic design: What is it? Why it matters? And how do we use it?

    Biophilic design: What is it? Why it matters? And how do we use it?

    5 tips to infuse natural elements into the built environment—from plants to pictures

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  • Project: UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay

    Project: UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay

    Designed for healthcare research, treatment, and innovation

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  • Mental health: How architects can help direct a path toward recovery

    Mental health: How architects can help direct a path toward recovery

    Coping with chronic mental illness in growing urban communities will require a different design approach

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  • Designing wellness communities to focus on integrated healthcare—reducing costs naturally

    Designing wellness communities to focus on integrated healthcare—reducing costs naturally

    Purpose-designed healthcare buildings with a focus on integrative medical care will help us address chronic disease management

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  • 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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  • Practicing what we preach: Championing sustainability and wellness across Stantec

    Practicing what we preach: Championing sustainability and wellness across Stantec

    Places, people, and clients: Three reasons Stantec is now a Fitwel Champion

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  • Will Fitwel "fit well" in the building industry?

    Will Fitwel "fit well" in the building industry?

    Healthy building standard seeks to fill attainable, affordable niche

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  • Project: Kaiser Permanente, Downtown Commons Medical Offices

    Project: Kaiser Permanente, Downtown Commons Medical Offices

    Quality healthcare that fits your life.

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  • Meet Blake Jackson

    Meet Blake Jackson

    Sustainability Design Leader

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  • Meet Gwen Morgan

    Meet Gwen Morgan

    Senior Associate, Discipline Leader, Interior Design

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