The Power Of In-Between Spaces
Take Advantage Of Underutilized Spaces
Learning is not restricted to a desk or even a certain space anymore. Lounges, hallways, and other informal areas can and should be used for much more than a corridor for students to move from point A to point B.
Under-utilized in-between spaces can become flexible, beneficial learning areas for individuals and groups. Leveraging these areas is easy if you allow students to adapt these multipurpose learning environments to their needs.
Flexible Seating Areas
Private Cubical & 'Alone Together' Workstations
Providing students with workspace options that suit their needs. Private cubicles offer areas for quiet reflection and are suitable for focused studying. “Alone Together” workstations with convenient laptop tables and builtin plugins deliver similar benefits while allowing students to feel visually connected to their peers.
Give Power To The People
Informal collision spaces with comfortable furniture, ample power supply, and classroom-style amenities offer students versatile areas to engage in group work or class prep. Furniture pieces are easy to move, allowing people to set up the spaces as they see fit.
- Standing height tables make it easy for people to approach and engage with others in a more casual, short-term manner
- Lounge seating suggests a longer stay with more focused aims
Bring People Together
Common Area Soft Seating
Contemporary semi-enclosed designs with options for built-in power and USB connections are ideal for group
work and open team collaboration in relaxed settings. Built-in power and USB connections provide extra
convenience and ensure that devices stay powered and able to complete the tasks at hand.
Comfortable and inviting outdoor furniture encourages students and staff to make the most of outdoor spaces all year round. Lightweight and durable materials are built to last in Alberta’s variable four-season climate and function in all weather conditions.
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.
Our Digital Catalogue
Every day, CDI Spaces works with Educators in Alberta to find the best plans and furnishings possible to bring our schools into the 21st century. Our focus is on creating Student Centered Classrooms, where students, parents and teachers collaborate to encourage the best learning experience possible. You can browse and download our full educational furniture catalogue here.
Let's Get Started
Are you ready to speak with us about your campus and classroom needs? Shoot us a message and tell us a bit about your current space and your goals. We will be in touch with you asap!