Learning has changed and learning environments have to adapt to those changes. Collaborative work methodologies start as early as kindergarten and gain importance in school and university. Some key design workspace strategies have found their way into interiors for education. Engaging howgroup in your next education project means working with a reliable partner that can ensure you meet your budget targets whilst creating vibrant learning environments, which nurture our next generation and ensure they learn in a happier and healthier way.Find Out More
Increasingly versatile, offices combine spaces, that until recently were reserved for domestic and contract environments, with those traditionally associated with the world of work. Hybrid and easily reconfigurable spaces, designed to improve people´s well-being, dynamic and flexible furniture that fosters teamwork and instigates creativity.Find Out More
Manoeuvrable furniture and fixtures is an emerging trend in the medical design world. This is particularly true of patient waiting areas, where the chance to arrange furniture to suit individual requirements helps visitors feel more at home. Extending this further to having mobile partitions furthers this feeling of control, and allows patients to adapt the space as needed. Consider this example – if a family are waiting together, they can rearrange seats to gather closer. Meanwhile, those waiting alone who want privacy can rearrange the space for peace and quiet.Find Out More
Shared spaces are undergoing a revolution. The way we understand work, the explosion of technology, and even the new ways we have of interacting with each other lead us to call for new spaces.
Welcoming spaces and open concept rooms where you can break out of the routine and find a place to concentrate. The secret lies in creating different areas, settings, and areas in a multipurpose space that provide value to the user so that they choose our space not just for having a coffee or a drink in.Find Out More