Case Studies

It’s always inspiring to see how others address the same issues you face on a daily basis: integrating furniture with architecture, addressing space issues, incorporating flexibility and mobility. We’ve collected a library of case studies for you to reference. Whether you need inspiration or information, you can find it here. View the images, read the studies, download a PDF, or share with a colleague or client.

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    Haas Hall Academy Case Study

    Item # KI-CS-000142

    The restoration and adaptive reuse of a nearly 90-year-old building provided a unique and distinctive setting the a fourth campus site for Haas Hall Academy.  Colors and finishes of the school's KI products intentionally reflect the academy's brand.  Contemporary learning environments facilitated by KI's educational solutions support the academy's goal of attracting and accommodating students.

  • Pocono Medical Center

    Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center at Pocono Medical Center

    Item # KI-01020
    Pocono Medical Center sought a contemporary style with a residential feel for its new cancer center. After physically testing KI’s furniture for themselves, the team with Pocono Medical Center decided to incorporate KI furniture into their new facility.
  • C4C New Ventures Facility

    C4C New Ventures Facility

    Item # KI-00915
    UW Center for Commercialization New Ventures Facility needed to transform an existing space into a functional, collaborative team environment. KI made the vision a reality with honeycomb configurations for workstations; convenient, mobile storage; reconfigurable meeting rooms; and informal lounge areas.
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    International School of Tianjin

    Item # KI-00972
    The International School of TianJin needed to update a small space within a strict deadline of 50 days. They wanted to create a positive and welcoming learning atmosphere in a growing school environment.
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    California State University Sacramento

    Item # KI-01110

    Sacramento State (California State University, Sacramento) has doubled the amount of seating capacity in its AIRC building, with MyWay becoming the "go-to-chair of choice" for students.  The new spaces embody versatility, allowing faculty to teach in new and dynamic ways - flipped, hybrid, collaborative, or project work.

  • Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Campus

    Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Campus

    Item # KI-01021

    The Mercy Suburban Montgomery campus was to be transformed into the new Einstein Medical Center Montgomery campus in East Norriton, PA. With a solid KI relationship for more than 20 years, the team with Einstein Medical Center Montgomery felt KI was the obvious choice to furnish their new building.

  • Childrens Museum of Green Bay

    Childrens Museum of Green Bay

    Item # KI-00930
    The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is the latest development supporting the revitalization of the downtown area is quickly becoming a destination of choice. “The design intent was to bring families back to downtown, while enhancing the city’s public program,” said architect Joe Galbraith from Vetter Denk, who consulted with the museum on the project.
  • Signal Synchronization Center Project Profile

    Signal Synchronization Center Project Profile

    Signal Synchronization Center was in search of a single supplier to provide the perfect product solutions throughout the building. The center looked to KI for furnishings to enrich existing décor and achieve a LEED Silver certification.
  • Business - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Business - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Item # KI-00835
    KI expertly provides solutions for movable walls that blend within existing spaces. For this particular installation, KI’s Genius® architectural walls were designed with matching architectural details for existing color standards for veneer trim as well as existing light fixtures. Glass transoms were also installed to provide an ample amount of natural light, which allowed the customer to minimize its light fixtures throughout the space.