No longer a room where you “hush” upon entering, the school library space is now evolving into a constant state of energetic flux where the physical area must support the ever-changing needs of students in a highly digital and immersive world.
A new Career Education Center features industrial spaces with high-ceiling laboratories and workspaces, and a wing that is home to non-industrial career pathways. With such a wide variety of career pathways offered, furnishings and spaces needed to support maximum flexibility.
When creating a learning space for students, we love to brainstorm ways to help them achieve their ultimate success with rooms that fit their individual academic needs. When we pour over research regarding the benefits of natural light, how can we incorporate this data as a functioning design element in a classroom?
Utilizing BIONIC® Polymer, Tenjam has made a giant leap forward in recycled materials and proven that Recovered Coastal Plastic (RCP) can be economically recovered, recycled, and turned into high performance products suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Tasked with imagining the newsroom-classroom of the future, Palo Alto High School in Palo Alto, CA journalism teachers and students envisioned a Media Arts Center that would promote multi-platform publishing, collaboration, a sense of community, transparency and innovation
As the ever-growing STEM trend is sweeping the nation, classroom design becomes a critical element to these specialized learning spaces in supporting curriculum objectives. But what exactly is a STEM school, and how is the curriculum and learning space that supports it, different?
After selecting KI more than 20 years ago, when it came time for Springfield Literacy Center to decide on classroom furniture again the choice was easy: KI Furniture fit the vision of a flexible, vivid space that both complimented instruction and created an environment the students wanted to be in.