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Small Computer Lab and Training Room Furniture Layouts

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NOTE: Generally, for a 30" deep computer desk,allow 72" per row - 12" for the keyboard tray and 30" for the chair and space to pass behind it. Footprint may be reduced by as much as 6" but is not recommended.
1. Design #425-A. Small Multi-use Classroom (25' x 17')

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*NOTE: Substituting 6-66" wide (33" per station) FP, SR or SS double desks (not available in flipIT series) will add three 36"w stations and maintain a 36" wide aisle.
2. Design #425-B. Small Multi-use Classroom (25' x 17')

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NOTE: This 1 foot wider space permits three additional student stations with 36" center aisle.
3. Design #450-A. Small Multi-use Classroom (25' x 18')

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NOTE: This space also permits the use of 88" wide double desks with 40" wide center aisle. Much more comfortable for adult students.
4. Design #450-B. Small Multi-use Classroom (25' x 18')

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NOTE:More efficient use of space incorporates
desks arranged in back-to-back configuration.
5. Design #425-C. Small Multi-use Computer Lab (25' x 17')

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NOTE:The main advantage of a perimeter layout is that it permits the instructor to view each student's monitor. This isn't possible with sub-surface monitors.
6. Design #425-D. Small Computer Lab (25' x 17')

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NOTE: Privacy for testing or self-paced study is as simple as adding removable, easily-stored desktop privacy panels.
7. Design #450-C. Small Computer Lab (30' x 15')
  • 16-36"w x 26"d stations along side walls
    (or 8-72"w x 26"d double desks)
  • 1-36"w lectern with stool
  • 1- projector cart
  • 4-30"w printer/storage cabinets
  • 16 computer task chairs with arm rests
  • Recommended Series (monitor configuration):

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