The Student Centered Classroom
K-12 Classroom Furniture
The Student Centered Classroom is a completely different and collaborative environment where students are active participants in the learning process.
Learning is transitioning from memorization to creation and invention. This change requires a collaborative environment with unique settings that can be tailored to the specific subject matter that's being taught, as well as the way students learn.
Junior High Classrooms
Thoughtful furniture designs maximize space for more open and spacious learning environments.
High School Classrooms
Agile setups that prepare students for the next step into adulthood.
OUR 3D APPROACH
Discover. Design. Deliver
We have a unique outcome-based approach that we call our “3D” philosophy. We define the outcome you would like to achieve, and then determine the actions required to achieve it.
We consider design a hands-on partnership. We want to make sure that the creative aspects are integrated as part of the design, but not at the expense of real-world functionality.
Our clients are supported by a dedicated project management team, and receive regular updates on the progress of the project. We are here for you each step of the way.
One Space - Many Possibilities
The modern classroom environment requires a flexible and agile physical setup that will accommodate both independent and group work; a place where students can learn in ways that make them feel comfortable and help them focus.
Learning In Motion
It’s no secret that movement is good for people. Adults and students alike benefit from regular physical activity.
Designing the classroom to embrace this mentality helps students focus and engage more effectively in the classroom. Instead of chastising students for fidgeting or wiggling too much, schools can encourage increased movement in a controlled manner.
Student Centered Teacher
Freeing Teachers From Their Desks
Many classrooms are still arranged with the teacher as the focus up front. In the modern school environment, attention is given to the students as learners – they are the focus.
If teachers can free themselves from their desks, suddenly opportunities for different forms of teaching and learning are increased.
21st century classrooms use a combination of technology and personal instruction in a blended learning environment.
Technology, whether it is laptops, tablets, or mobile devices, puts information at students’ fingertips and motivates them to research and make discoveries.
Student centered classrooms use technology as a tool to stimulate curiosity and inspire students’ desire to learn.
Let's Talk Furniture and Space Design
We look forward to connecting with you to discover what the purpose of your space is, what your goals are, and to answer any questions you may have!