Students leaning over a table as they work together
Space design might translate into basic shapes like rows, u-shapes or clusters, but agile space unleashes the other three quadrants of the Learning Environments Framework. Intuitive, easy-to-use classroom furniture empowers spatial and tool organization, connects students and teachers, and stimulates learning, engagement and well-being. Key features like table and storage mobility, height-adjustability and multipurpose functionality become essential.


Whether in a general classroom or makerspace, school furniture is subject to extreme use, abuse and repurposing.


Focus on furniture that intuitively moves where students want to go, supports multiple teaching methods, lets teachers and students reconfigure classrooms, and supports multiple student postures and heights seamlessly.

Classroom with a variety of stations
Classroom floor plan