Class is starting! In this issue we focus on three Education projects that incorporate great design, inspiring learning facilities and innovative products – bringing the fun back into the classroom.
October 7th, 2020
School time. The Education paradigm has shifted radically and with it comes change across the board through creative solutions that foster learning and ensure advancement.
Offering a unique perspective on our region’s design context, the third issue of The Indesign Edit, takes a look at three of the most extraordinary Education projects across the country. We explore each one and its excellent attention to detail in amenity, facility and furniture within, bringing excitement into the learning experience. Every project has a distinct style that makes it special – with design products that present the very best the market has to offer for today’s contemporary education spaces.
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