February 10th, 2012

"IDEO collaborated with Steelcase to find and design the right platform for improving the classroom experience. The team observed, among other things, that tablet-arm desks had remained unchanged for decades, even though class sizes and densities had grown dramatically. This presented an opportunity for Steelcase to enter the education market with a product that could immediately make an impact on seating arrangements.

The final product, dubbed the Node chair, has received praise for promoting student collaboration, allowing educators to reconfigure classrooms to fit different teaching styles, and enabling institutions to save money by making spaces more flexible and accommodating for varied uses.”

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    Carleton has gotten a series of yellow and red node chairs, visit the Discovery Centre to try them out!
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    I’m pretty sure I’ve gone like two years back in this blog but anyway we actually have these chairs in one of our...
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    Nova Scotia Community College please buy these in abundance
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