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Alan Howell, Jeff Loeschen, Gordon McTaggart - Early Collaboration For A Seamless Passenger Journey

SEGD is an amazing community of designers, fabricators and manufacturers who create experiences that connect people to place. One of the many membership benefits of SEGD is a library of talks from SEGD's past events. All videos from 2014 through 2019 are available for viewing for members for free. 

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National Arts Centre's Sesquicentennial Expansion

National Arts Centre's Sesquicentennial Expansion

The National Arts Centre has been a cultural destination in the heart of Ottawa for the past half-century. The NAC was originally built for the 1967 Centennial celebrations and is a stunning showcase of brutalist architecture in Canada with its geometric structure and minimal windows. To celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary, the NAC began the transformation of their space to make it more accessible to the general public and received the largest government investment for cultural infrastructure.

Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports

Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports

In 2011, Entro Communications merged with Toronto-based Gottschalk+Ash in the shared pursuit of doing great design work. This year, the firm released a book detailing its separate and combined history, entitled “Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years.” In this excerpt, read how the Canadian firms built their legacy in airports.

Entro To Release "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years"

Cultivating a Design Legacy

Entro is releasing a book titled "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years" that provides an overview of the first combined 50 years of project history of Entro and Gottschalk+Ash Toronto, the stylistic decades that determined the course of Canadian design, the milestones and the influencers that changed the industry significantly.

Humber College Donor Wall

Photograph of Humbert Donor Wall

Humber College is a leading postsecondary institution that is made up of three campuses, serving over 29,000 full-time students. At their North campus in Etobicoke the College was looking to recognize donors in a sophisticated and engaging way. Entro (Toronto) developed and implemented a recognition program that showcases the important support of donors, and expresses the College’s appreciation for this support.

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