Education Design - Task-orientated learning

Product Features –

  • Is a design to enhance student engagement, minimise distraction and improve group collaboration
  • Low-height fixed desk for groups of students to use whilst sat on the floor
  • Intended for group presenting, sharing and listening
  • Can be used as bench seating
  • Durable hard surface to allow students to lean on, can be customised to a range of finishes

The Elliptical is a design to enhance student engagement, minimise distraction and improve group collaboration when implementing task-orientated learning. Elliptical is designed as a low-height fixed desk for groups of students to use whilst sat on the floor. The multifunctional and durable nature of this design also means that the desk can be used as bench seating. The oval formation lends itself well to presenting, sharing and listening to information, making it an ideal addition to any classroom space. Equally practical for facilitating learning outside, the materials of this design can be adapted to create a weather-proof fixture for an outdoor classroom.

 

Customised Finishes -

Surface finishes are durable and strong for longevity

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White
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Quicksilver
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Pewter Grey
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Granite Grey
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Cassis
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Powder Blue
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Sea Jade

Flooring leading up to The Elliptical options available on request. We have a selection of Heterogeneous Vinyl and Carpet tiles which can be matched to the selection of the above finishes

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Meet the Designer –

Shannon is a recent Graduate from the University of Plymouth after studying Spatial and Interior Design . Fresh from studying she is fuelled with lots of innovative ideas for practical and aesthetically beautiful spaces. Refined in her final year, her methodical design philosophy helps her to tackle tricky spaces and bigger behavioural and sociological components that are affected by space design. Her education products were created in her final year of University and are set to rethink education design.