Are you #GenerationPostura?
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'.
The first one-piece poly chair introduced to the UK education market in 1996, KI’s iconic Postura+ chairs are used by millions of students every day. KI have helped an entire generation of students to reach their true potential. Postura+ chairs can be found everywhere from educational institutions through to libraries and day care centres, and they were recently specified for the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize winning Burntwood School.
Our chairs are the cornerstone of happy, healthy, high performing learning environments. Setting the benchmark for classroom seating, the ergonomic, functional design and vibrant colourways of Postura+ chairs have made them the first choice for thousands of schools and they can be counted in the millions all over the country. It has stood the test of time and will continue to provide comfort and flexibility for millions more children in years to come, growing the ranks of what we call “ #GenerationPostura ”.
KI’s iconic Postura+ chair was the first one piece polypropylene chair introduced to the UK education market in 1996. With a 20-year warranty, Postura+ remains the only one-piece poly chair that has been proven to outlast its warranty. The chair is ergonomically designed to promote good posture and provide exceptional comfort. Injection moulded in the UK from 100% recyclable high impact-resistant polypropylene, Postura+ is available in 16 standard colours, with custom colours available. Strong, durable and light, they can be vertically stacked to 12 high.
As part of the refurbishment works by library fit-out specialists, thedesignconcept, the roof was replaced and accessibility to the building improved.
West Calder High School's transformative new facilities are the biggest ever single investment in education by West Lothian Council.
The Orion Primary School, based in Graham Park, Northwest London have recently moved into their new premises.
Hatchlands Primary School in Redhill, Surrey is being built on the site of the former Redhill Magistrates’ Court.