Vanerum Stelter does its research. The company’s i3 environments are interactive, integrated, and inspiring. Vanerum Stelter is now applying this educational philosophy to early learning classrooms with the release of Bloom at NeoCon 2013. A collection of classroom furniture “that evokes a sense of growth and discovery among students,” Bloom includes tables, seating, storage, and smart boards.
Adaptable & Interactive Early Learning Classroom Furniture
Tables come in fun shapes like Petal, Palette, and Amoeba and more traditional forms such as rectangles and circles. Seating includes the little ergonomic wonder known as Seed, a cantilevered student chair designed for small bodies, as well as some unique units: Cocoon is a horseshoe-shaped bench, Harvest is a playful pew, and Cube is a comfy pouf.
Whimsical and colorful casegoods provide lots of storage for everything from lunchboxes and coats to books and art supplies. Bloom offers Low and Tall Cabinets, Curved Cabinets, Lockers, and Media Displays. Other imaginative pieces include Sprout, a tree-shaped coat hanger, and Vine, a bold display wall.
Bloom lets teachers and students move elements around as needed, to foster active learning and social engagement: “The Bloom collection addresses the needs of all areas in a learning space to create an engaging, interactive and inspiring environment fostering life-long learning.” Vanerum Stelter’s tech-savvy systems like the i3 Board and Lighthouse work well with the Bloom furniture, because they foster future facility with technology.
For specifying information, call Vanerum Stelter at 616-451-7800. Visit www.vanerumstelter.com for information on all products.
About the Manufacturer: An American furniture company based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Vanerum Stelter produces desking, seating, shelving, and other assorted products for the education market. The company believes that ergonomic design can help students learn and educators teach.