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Furniture for Education spaces

Eurofurn is fast becoming the expert in custom furniture designed for education spaces.   

Furniture for learning requires comfort, maneuverability and durability.  Our custom solutions have been used in libraries, classrooms, lecture theatres and outdoor learning spaces.  The current best practice eduactional spaces reflect the change in delivery and collaborative learning model of modern schools and universities.

Architects Peddle Thorp & James Cubitt Architects commissioned the furniture supply and fit out of the QUT Kelvin Gove library to us with tremendous results.  We supplied more than 50 fully upholstered study booths, upholtstered chairs and desk compartments across 5 levels. In all, the seating capacity was increased by over 200.  We created custom ottomans and lounges in bright pinks and orange to create a flexible workspaces that allow for both individual self-directed study or small group collaboration.

Our recent work at premier boys school Churchie in East Brisbane involved a collaboration with Brand and Slater architects.  The refurbishment of the Centenary library showcases our quality furniture, with Brand and Slater selecting Eurofurn to produce furniture to withstand high traffic, and provide lightweight flexibility. The project included stools, chairs, upholstered ottomans, tables and joinery.

Further higher education projects include University of Queensland and Griffith University.

Large scale supply is possible due to our state-of-the-art commercial machinery and skilled staff, all located in the Brisbane metropolitan area and under one roof.  This allows faster workflow, early mitigation of issues and rapid lead time.  

Stay posted for further education projects in the near future. 

 

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Centenary Library ACGS

image via www.brandandslater.com.au

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Centenary Library ACGS

*image via www.brandandslater.com.au

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Centenary library ACGS

*image via www.brandandslater.com.au