KI Europe has published Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) for its portfolio of UK-manufactured products to help customers meet their sustainability objectives and achieve credits towards SKA, BREEAM, LEED and other certifications and standards.
KI's new 'Zig' tables feature angular, tapered legs reminiscent of a Lynn Chadwick sculpture. Their folded steel form creates a striking silhouette at both standard and poseur heights. Almost retro-futuristic in style, these tables can enhance a variety of settings such as cafes, meeting rooms and collaboration zones.
The Inverurie Community Campus in Aberdeenshire is a new £55m facility which opened its doors in late 2020. As part of the extensive bespoke FF&E package, Deanestor specified a wide variety of KI seating to meet the contemporary design and overall needs of the centre.
Myke is a stackable seating solution that allows learning spaces to be configured in numerous ways, quickly and easily. The new addition can be specified in 3 ways – without armrests, with armrests, or with armrests and folding writing tablet.
FX March/April 2021 issue is out now. Access your digital copy here and make sure you don't miss the 'Top 10 picks of products new to market' article on pages 20-21 where KI's Ricochet is featured.
As part of their UK Made Campaign, Design Insider speaks to KI's Group Managing Director, Jonathan Hindle about why the "Made in the UK" ethos is important at KI.
The Inverurie Community Campus in Aberdeenshire is a new £55m facility, accommodating 1,600 pupils. As part of its FF&E package, Deanestor specified a wide variety of KI seating including Postura+, Doni, Hatton and Ruckus.