Staff at Philips’ UK HQ have successfully transitioned to their new agile working environment, a culmination of many months of research and preparation.
Rhyl High School’s new £25m facilities opened in April 2016 after many years of planning and preparation. The three-storey building, constructed by Wilmott Dixon, has achieved an ‘excellent’ BREEAM rating - a dramatic departure from the dilapidated, old buildings now being demolished to make way for new sports facilities.
Located a stone's throw from Snow Hill Station in Birmingham's prestigious business district, the leading insurer, RSA's new Trading Site puts its employees at the heart of the customer experience. Rather than separating support functions from front of house, the new space combines client-facing areas and open plan benches to create an open, collaborative and flexible environment.
Opened in early 2016, Ark Academy's new facilities in Wembley, London are designed to host up to 1,650 students from ages 3-18. Within three months of opening, the school was judged 'outstanding' by Ofsted.
In the wake of the recent baby boom and record immigration, the UK’s classrooms are facing increasing pressure to accommodate more students. But, higher density doesn’t have to spell disaster.
Sit-stand workstations are in high demand as the UK catches up with its Scandinavian neighbours in rolling out this new way of working. Research shows that sit-stand workstations and meeting tables can improve productivity and wellbeing, but without proper guidance these potential benefits could be overshadowed by new risks arising from poor posture and excessive standing.
From energising brights to sophisticated neutrals, KI’s 9 new colours are available immediately across the Maestro, Matrix, Perry, Strive, Intellect Wave and Grazie collections.
Simon Pengelly has won the 2016 Jonathan Hindle Prize, awarded to the most outstanding design among this year’s Design Guild Mark awards.Pengelly won the award for his Unnia chair range for Inclass.
Combining the elegance and robustness of solid oak and steel, KI’s EC4 collection of workplace furniture adds a touch of nature to the modern office landscape.
After four years in the hot seat, Paul von der Heyde is stepping down as chairman of the British Furniture Confederation. The new chairman is Jonathan Hindle, group managing director of KI (Krueger International) – EMEA.
KI’s iconic Postura+ chair was the first one piece polypropylene chair introduced to the UK education market in 1996. Twenty years on, it stands unsurpassed as the only chair in its class to outlive its warranty. Tried, tested and proven in the most demanding environments, KI can now confidently double the chair’s 10 year warranty.
KI’s award-winning range of educational seating products has been chosen to take pride of place in one of Scotland’s largest colleges. 14,000 individual products across 400 different product lines will be used by City of Glasgow College staff and students in their Riverside Campus on the banks of the River Clyde and will be seen in their new City Campus when it opens in summer 2016.
Plaza is an elegant, low maintenance one-piece polypropylene chair ideal for indoor and outdoor café & dining areas, libraries and multifunctional spaces. Clean and contemporary, Plaza offers a streamlined, simplified design without unnecessary lines or visual segmentations. This lightweight stack chair features a curved shell for user comfort and is both durable and versatile.
Phones, watches, our bank cards, even jewellery – contactless technology is everywhere. Now, it can replace traditional locks, keys and combination locks on KI’s lockers and cupboards too.
If you have attended school in the UK over the past 20 years, then the answer to this question is more than likely a 'yes'.