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March 8, 2021 KI Through the Eyes of Our Customers 

What makes people Think KI? Bryan Ballegeer shares recent research highlighting inspiration, innovation and inclusion.

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
March 1, 2021 Exploring Challenges to Our Communities in 2020 

Recent Community as Strategy discussions highlighted insights for creating safe spaces in support of culture and connection.

by KI Furniture
February 22, 2021 How to Care for KI Furniture Solutions 

The pandemic has made proper cleaning absolutely crucial. Review our best practices for how to care for your KI furniture.

by KI Furniture
February 12, 2021 Does the F-Word Belong in the Classroom? 

In the design world, we throw the word flexibility around a little too freely. What does flexibility really mean?

by Bryan Ballegeer VP Sales & Marketing - Education
February 5, 2021 Give Students a Break. It Helps Them Learn. 

When given control over their time, students of all ages effortlessly craft their own learning experiences.

by Jonathan Matta National Education Leader
January 29, 2021 Workplace Trends to Watch in 2021 

The workplace in 2021 will certainly look different than it did in years past. We share our top workplace predictions for 2021.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
January 22, 2021 A Conversation with IIDA’s Anna Hernandez/Luna Textiles Visionary Award Winner: Kia Weatherspoon 

Kia Weatherspoon, IIDA's Anna Hernandez/Luna Textiles Visionary Award winner, shares what equity in design looks like.

by KI Furniture
January 15, 2021 Can We Predict Education Trends in 2021? 

Every year we're asked what the classroom of the future will look like. Here are predictions based on lived experiences.

by Jonathan Matta National Education Leader
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