Active seating paired with writable surfaces provide the option for time away from standard seating to brainstorm ideas and encourage movement.
A large communal table with stools and access to multimedia displays offers a casual space for student presentations or focused work.
Small pod-like tables provide seating for maximum students while providing the smallest space footprint.
Mixed levels and multiple seating choices, provide clear sightlines help to increase student engagement.
A Tidus teaching station in the hub of the classroom is the perfect way to teach from wany area of the classroom whilst creating a feeling of accessibility.
When you need a place to take in new ideas without distraction there is no better way than making content mobile.
The Taper table gives students and teachers limitless possibilities for learning activities with individual, personal workspaces to support both focused and collaborative learning.
Project-based learning activities require a mix of classroom tools such as whiteboards to deliver content in interactive ways.
A welcoming circulation desk with a book return lets people know where to go when they need advice or borrow resources.
Show off your newest items or create wow moments that show students a theme or tell a story in your space.
Using curved bookcases helps optimise your space footprint and create a subtle divider in your space.
Round tables paired with curved ottomans create a quiet space for students to work away from the standard desk.
The combination of an Arc Table and Sway Stool provides a colourful short-term, intensive learning zone with active seating for students to channel their focus.
When possible placing storage against the wall will help save space and add character to otherwise bland surfaces.
A flexible pod of mobile classroom tables encourage teamwork and classroom collaboration. But can also transform to provide focus in small groups.
Floor cushions make room for quiet reading, personal reflection or a place to work that’s low to the ground.