New Workshop – “Why Do We Need Furniture in Learning Spaces?”

“Why Do We Need Furniture in Learning Spaces?” is a new workshop that will investigate furniture for learning and teaching, giving delegates the opportunity to investigate the issues around current arrangements and to collaborate in the design of new furniture for students. It will run on May 15th 2019 as an option for delegates before the Learning Environment Conference 2019. “Why Do We Need Furniture in Learning Spaces?”
by James Rutherford, to be held at 1.30pm – 4pm at the Herman Miller National Design Centre, Aldwych, London

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