• How to Choose the Right Kind of Seating for Your Learning Environment

    The picture of the traditional classroom is burned into our memories. The familiar rows of desks, one desk behind the other, promoted uniformity. Students sat in chairs with square desks, or they had one piece wonders with chair and desk connected. It was a one-size-fits-all world. There was no choice...
  • How to Keep Your Cubicle Space Private in a Shared Office Space

    Sharing an office with your colleagues has many perks. There's always someone around to bounce ideas off of, help you out when you need it, and lend a listening ear. The company culture is livelier when colleagues are together which helps creativity. Unfortunately, there's also a downside. You have less...
  • How to Create Floor Plans That Optimize Productivity

    An organization cannot operate efficiently if the employees aren’t committed to the mission. With that said, employee satisfaction is vital for a company's success. While there are multiple ways to keep your team happy and on task, their work environment could be the most important factor. This means having an...
  • How Room Design Influences Learning Potential

    The interior design of a room influences mood. As such, when students require a room for their studies, the "mood" of a room may offer a comfortable, yet ambitious energy. This offers greater mental concentration and impetus to retain study materials for occupants of the room. Across a Crowded Room...
  • The Harkness Table Design Explained

    When we were young, we all read about the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The significance of the roundtable was that no one was at the head, and everyone could see each other to promote conversation. Now, many high schools, colleges, and universities are...

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