February 26, 2024

Prioritising Performance and Fire Safety at London University

Project DetailsProject Name: University College London Architect/Designer: Lifschutz Davidson SandilandsPhotographer: David BartholomewProducts: Rubber norament® 975LL and noraplan® ultragrip Interface provides flooring solution for University College London Spread across the heart of the capital and with 42,000 students, University College London (UCL) is one of the largest universities in the UK. With a reputation for excellence, UCL is…

January 12, 2024

Intentional Design Drives Next-gen Education at Antwerp International School

Project Details Project Name: Antwerp International School Architect/Designer: tp bennett Photographer: Hufton+Crow Products: Rubber noraplan® valua & noraplan® sentica. Carpet Tile Kerbstone, Moss & Moss in Stone As the Antwerp International School (AIS) settled back into in-person learning following the pandemic, it did so with a new vision for a STEM-focused institution that gives students the power…

December 13, 2022

Creating Education Spaces to Support Cognitive and Sensory Wellbeing

An extensive period away from campus during the pandemic meant that university students developed different expectations from their working spaces. Home comforts and routines became interwoven with learning in a remote environment and were tailored to support the needs of individuals. Now, to promote wellbeing and ensure they’re helping students reach their full potential, universities…

April 6, 2022

Creating a Home from Home for Students

As students and staff return to in-person learning, there’s never been a better time for universities to make sure campuses are best supporting those who use them. Having become used to home comforts, students’ expectations of learning spaces have altered. We know they are now looking for warm, welcoming spaces that help to alleviate anxieties and provide comfort, while also sparking creativity and encouraging collaboration.

February 16, 2022

Striving for a Positive Learning Environment

The new, wooden-structured, integrated Vehmaa School was completed at the beginning of the autumn semester of 2019. About 200 students from grades 1 to 9 have been able to begin their studies at the school’s new premises. The facilities are designed to accommodate a total of 250 pupils. Here, modern learning and working environments have been created, which is reflected in the facilities equipment and teaching methods.