Space of the Week
Last updated on September 14th, 2021
Building a flexible classroom space meets only part of the demand for flexibility in 21st-century learning. Classroom furniture must be easy to move and quickly configured into shapes that meet the lesson at hand-arranged together for collaborative work, pulled apart for individual privacy. Seating, tables, and storage units must be highly adaptable and easy to store. And furnishings must accommodate the need for safe power distribution and connectivity with minimal fuss.
This Space of the Week features a flexible classroom that includes Silhouette® Sit + Stands Desks and Theorem® Adjustable Height Stools.
Let's Get Started
We've seen how the right tools can help spark inspiration and found that working together with dealers, designers and school systems results in what's best for the school, teacher, and student. With this in mind, we are excited to announce that we are now offering our partners layout and rendering services. You asked, we answered!
We make it easy! Send either a 2D sketch showing product placement or a photo or description of the room. We can also make a suggestion based on the information you provide. We will then provide a floor plan and 3D renderings of the space.
Each week, we will be featuring an influential space that was created in the past week that inspires a creative and dynamic learning environment.
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