How to create flexible learning spaces that focus on the needs of students and teachers

Purchasing the right furnishings can make a difference in creating positive and efficient learning environments. Manufacturers such as National and KI, offer a complete range of products covering the full needs of teaching institutions, from the reception area to interactive learning stations and computer labs. All components are designed to …

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  In the ever-changing world of healthcare, we recognize the need for cost-effective, efficient facilities that serve the patient needs, satisfy government regulations, and offer productive spaces for today’s healthcare professionals. Manufacturers of healthcare furnishings are focused on creating products that are durable, sustainable, and affordable and yet full of …

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Kore® by Kimball Office was designed for working and living no matter how workers are situated, eliminating barriers to help people stay better connected to their work and each other. In the workplace, people need flexibility. KORE offers a single source for many destinations. Though simple in form, KORE is substantial …

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   “The relationships between nature, human biology and the design of the built environment.”    Bill Browning’s 14 Patterns of Biophilic Design Biophilia, not a new concept, has been gaining a lot of traction among proponents of sustainable design. The premise behind the biophilic design is to incorporate aspects of nature …

7 iPad Apps for Architects and General Contractors: National Architect Week, Day 5

  During National Architect Week, we wanted to take a look at how digital technology is helping the industry go paperless. Although still in its infancy, tablets and compatible applications for the day-to-day work of architects and contractors, are growing. Ryan Sutton-Gee, CEO of PlanGrid, noted in this TechCrunch article …

New Materials for Architecture and Design: National Architecture Week, Day 3

We’re always excited about trends and new materials for architecture and design and what more perfect time to highlight some of our favorites than during National Architecture Week? It seems even the most unrefined technologies find their way into furniture design and manufacturing. New materials can improve the sustainability of …