An interactive space like this frees instructors

and students to move beyond the passive learning

style of conventional classrooms toward a dynamic,

interactive style that teaches the

collaborative skills employers value.


There’s a lot of learning happening outside

the classroom today, making hallways, lounges,

gathering places an even more important part

of education. Equipping these spaces with versatile

furnishings gives students the freedom to learn


Administrative settings have become more

collaborative, too. Along with casegoods and

seating for traditional offices and conference rooms,

there’s a new demand for casual spaces where

team members can interact


Flexible furniture lets teachers choose

from a range of formal and informal instruction styles.

A desk with a tower lectern supports standing

lectures and seated work. Nesting utility tables offer

extra work space, and a mobile lectern