A high school located in a growing suburb of Atlanta was looking to update their media center and create a space for collaboration and Project Based Learning. Ernie Morris Enterprises is the local Education Furniture Dealer who has been helping many local schools make the transition from traditional furniture to more progressive furniture that supports Project Based Learning spaces.
Dealer: Ernie Morris Enterprises
Location: Atlanta Metro Area
School Type: Public High School
The media center was designed with a "collaborative corner" including a projector and screen to make it an interactive area for teachers and classes. Access to power was an important design feature for students to plug in their own devices. The media center uses a combination of standing height and sitting height tables on casters which make it easy to reconfigure the space.
The media center was outfitted with a range of Artcobell Discover Shape Tables, Discover Stools and Alphabet Chairs. The selection of bright and sophisticated laminates worked seamlessly throughout the space. The tables were installed at standing height allowing students to sit or stand while doing homework, hanging out or just charging their devices. The casters on the chairs and tables make the space a true collaborative environment where learning takes place in different ways!