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Latest Posts in Education

April 26, 2021 Strengthening Community at KI 

As a good corporate citizen, we're pleased to highlight our work to promote happy, healthy communities—here at KI and beyond.

by KI Furniture
April 19, 2021 Corporate Responsibility in Making a Better World 

We work hard to improve the health of our planet. Learn about the steps we’re taking, as shared in our latest CSR report.

by KI Furniture
April 12, 2021 How to Design with Students in Mind 

We researched how students study on campus and designed C-Table Max to give them the best in comfort and function.

by KI Furniture
March 22, 2021 Ruckus Worktables: Supporting STEM, Makerspaces and More 

If active learning is in your pedagogical plans, check out our new Ruckus worktable. It’s the perfect fit (and mobile!) for everything from science and engineering labs to makerspaces.

by Bryan Ballegeer Education Market VP
March 15, 2021 Thinking KI on Campus 

How can intentional design support three of the most valued themes in higher education? Learn how we think KI on campus.

by Bryan Ballegeer Education Market VP
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 Education Market VP
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 Education Market VP
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