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  • Display Rack on right
    Trend Vol 21, No 9
  • Metal Tables
    Trend Vol 21, No 9
  • Front addition looking like this but greys
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Plaza feel outdoor courtyard, students and tables etc underneath
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Carpet, lighting and plugs at desks, wiring from floor
    Wood grain chairs reflect well off white walls and pillars
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • E-kiosk, chairs for study
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Curvey wall
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Commission artwork to hang in the foyer
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Like the words on the walls. Matches the numbers on the doors
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Large room that can be divided into smaller ones.
    Sliding doors of glass/walls/office.
    Recessed lighting no fluorescents, pink carpet denotes zones
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Round desk is less threatening
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Can we get wired for sound, TV screens (not bank), cool ceiling tiles allows lighting to be moved easily but could make room too busy if used with non-neutral carpet
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Layout learning commons kitchen in middle
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Need blinds for glare
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Cool bubbly wall
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Lounge chairs and table arrangement
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Height and spaciousness of entrance
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Coloured steps
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Use of colour and bar space. May need to be very careful of colour choice
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Lending/ref desk?
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Height and spaciousness of entrance
    Trend Vol 21, No 20
  • Seats for lounging not study
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Monitors on arms, half height cubicle
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Seats and stools efficient using the one pattern
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Could our desk incorporate glass front cabinets for display, notices?
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Conversation, reading bench
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Mobile storage, like green, partition and desk
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Worth considering higher tables and chairs in the mix?
    Trend Vol 23, No 14
  • Could have lots of words etched on glass walls
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Recycling receptacles
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Glass balustrades on Level 4?
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Ceiling lighting to guide you through the shots from entrance
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • WINTEC yuck!
    Looks like a factory, grey on grey, noise issue?
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • WINTEC yuck!
    Dont like stairway or mesh ceiling
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Chairs dont look comfortable to work at easily. Most people lean towards using laptops. Interesting moveable chairs with built in table.
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Nice workstation. Wires hidden
    Trend Vol 23, No 18
  • Modular booths
  • Like the use of coloured lighting
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Green glazing
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Blackboard specials board
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Numbering glass panels of rooms. Like the number.
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Entrance foyer with reception to side. Also like shape of chairs and wood panelling
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Like the chairs
    Trend Vol22, No 20
  • Consulting desks, orange cubes for customers, visually a welcoming clean-lines space
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Wall posters interchangeable, quote on wall
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Cool peep hole
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Wooden topped stools will wear well
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Red offices can be booked for quiet working
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Stools more stable than bar-style stools (single pole)
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Like the chairs and sofas and wooden surround
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Like the whiteboard walls and hidden cupboards
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Foyer entrance would be fantastic in this non-slip
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Adjustable work stations
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Modular seating
    Trend Vol23, No 9
  • Like the flow and overall effect
    Trend Vol24, No 18
  • Like the panels, especially on wheels
    Trend Vol24, No 18
  • Replace daleks?
    Trend Vol24, No 18
  • I want a lounger with arm for keyboard, screen and mouse
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Might be worth a visit, open plan classrooms, use of natural materials.
    Jasmax.
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Exterior seating, paving, large stones
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Mural at entrance
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Datashow onto the wall cool idea. Could be used for video installation art, VA students artwork, exhibition slides
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Ceiling tiles and familiar seating! Please dont get snake seating no one uses it
    Trend Vol25, No 4
  • Murals commissioned by students
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Cubicles only half height walls and greenery! Wiring coming from the roof. I like the red in the colour scheme fits with MIT colours. Like the look. How closed off do we want cubicles though better for staff than students?
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Now thats a feature wall!
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Could this floor plan be adapted for the learning commons? I like the reception desks.
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Seats great for wide asses!
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Natural material theme
    Trend Vol25, No 8
  • Clouds and trees. Could do similar with kete motif?
    Trend Vol25, No 8