Learning can take place anywhere at any time. In higher education settings specifically, a growing identification of Informal Learning Spaces across the campus landscape are proving to be an important opportunity for the absorption of class material and deeper learning.
Bringing in color, attractive storage, and flexible pieces that function as well as they look, we were able to help our client transform what was once a more traditional room into a vibrant and dynamic literacy center for students and staff.
Complimenting the existing architecture in this university lounge space, our team was able to accommodate the historic columns, lighting, and molding. Flexible, comfortable, and modern furniture add a colorful touch to this space which now attracts students and staff alike.
The Innovation Hub was envisioned and planned as a cutting-edge facility with multiple zones such as the hands-on digital fabrication lab; the data visualization zone; and the customizable collaboration zone.
Imagine providing students and staff with the benefits of fresh air all year long? Hanken, The Swedish School of Economics in Helsinki, invested in green walls in a variety of locations on campus to improve indoor air quality, resulting in a variety of health and productivity benefits.
Discover how we were recently able to help a PA University revamp an existing space. Formerly a residence hall, a building has now converted its first floor into a Multi-Cultural Student Leadership and Engagement Center.
Featured as a KI Furniture case study, Maryville University needed a place where students from allover the campus could come and work either individually or in groups. The space needed to be flexible, comfortable, and engaging.