Classroom Combi: Education Trend

Classroom Combi: Education Trend

Space-saving and practical, these classroom furniture designs are brilliant multi-taskers.

Embrace-by-John-Green-for-Offi_1

Inspired by the iconic Isokon Penguin Donkey, the Embrace storage unit by John Green for Offi is composed of two interlocking planes of bent plywood that slot together to form a storage unit/magazine rack or occasional table. The pieces can also be pulled apart to create two small tables, a laptop table, a serving tray or a bench and desk.

Harvest by Vanerum Stelter_1

Vanerum Stelter's Harvest mobile seating unit functions as a sound dampening room divider, a bench, a storage unit and a white board.

JR Ranger stool by Scout Regalia

Made in Los Angeles and available in 3 sizes and 2 standard colors, the SR Ranger Stools are made of white oak and powder coated steel. A small storage space is built in under the seat and at 18" high, the Junior Ranger Stool (shown above) can also be used as a step stool, side table, or desk seating.

Pi Station by Joe Manus for Shiner International

Functioning as a desk, bookshelf or occasional chair, the Pi Workstation by Joe Manus for Shiner International is perfect for small spaces.

RooMeez system by Jonti-Craft

RooMeez by Jonti-Craft is a modular storage system comprised of four main components - plastic bins, stacking wooden pods, fronts and doors and a array of add-on kits such as hooks and shelves. The customizable options allow users to create anything from a kids play kitchen set to an integrated closet system. Fronts and doors are dual-sided and feature different colors so they can be simply flipped around to create a brand new look. To add a further personal touch the doors and fronts can be engraved with letters to create names, initials, and words.

Posted June 4, 2014 by Editor

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