Many think school furnishing are an after thought by the designers. Something to fill up that empty space they designed. Not so. As this article points out, school furnishings are all part of the plan.
Jun 1, 2006 12:00 PM
By Julie Hall
School’s out for summer. For younger students, this might mean swimming pools and ice cream cones. For high school and college students, it could mean a summer job or internship. For education administrators, however, summer break can be a time to regroup and prepare facilities for the next influx of students.
Ensuring facilities are equipped with proper furnishings is part of this preparation. Some considerations to keep in mind when choosing furniture include the function of the environment in which the furniture will be placed, the furniture’s level of comfort and ability to perform different tasks, and the availability of different types of furniture within a given space.
To read more about aspects of choosing school furniture, click here.