Corporate Workspace are able to work with architects and designers, main contractors and end clients and can provide a wide range of furniture for educational projects nationwide. Some of our previous projects:
Primary School, London
Working closely with the design company, the brief was to provide furniture for year 2 and 3 classrooms and a staff area for this high quality, well designed educational facility. The brief required that the classrooms look and feel vibrant and alive and provide a stimulating learning environment. The suite of furniture for the staff room was chosen to create functional spaces that work with the modern aesthetic and was selected largely from the naughtone stable and included Viv, Hush, Riley, Bounce and Pollen.
The Cooking School, Halifax
Corporate Workspace supplied furniture for the Demo Kitchen at the Focus on Food Campaign’s Cooking School at Dean Clough, Halifax including the supply of classic Arne Jacobsen Series 7 chairs by Fritz Hansen. The Focus on Food campaign aimed to raise the profile and importance of food education with the support of several of the UKʼs leading chefs including Gary Rhodes, Antony Worrall Thompson, Lesley Waters, Paul Rankin, The Hairy Bikers and James Martin. The Cooking School was a flagship facility and a key part of the Focus on Food Campaign and provided one of the highest specified learning spaces in the UK for delegates to prepare and enjoy quality food.
Rochdale Sixth Form College
Rochdale Sixth Form College is one of the most exciting and newest Sixth Form College developments in the country and features a state-of-the-art brand new building and the most up to date technology. Corporate Workspace worked closely with the architects and the client to develop a broad furniture palette that could be used by the college in various breakout, informal study and cafeteria areas across the new facility. The brief called for hard wearing furniture and finishes and products were chosen from Arper, Vitra and naughtone.
Children’s Libraries, Scotland
Working closely with the design company, the brief was to provide library furniture for a series of children’s libraries across Fife. The comprehensive palette of furniture was largely selected from KI, Connection Seating and naughtone.
St Mary’s Catholic School – Sixth Form College, Newcastle
St Mary’s remains one of the most over-subscribed schools in the North East. Building on the momentum of its increasing sixth form enrollment, the school needed a new facility that would provide an exclusive area for the students to both study and socialise. The school appointed Ward Robinson architects. Their solution involved the opening up of a series of existing classrooms and offices to allow for a social study hub and café breakout area, as well as a silent study room and learning resource centre. Built in facilities include a student managed café, bleacher seating, integrated technology and a range of both group and individual workstations.
The materials and colours were carefully considered across the range of settings to create a light and airy environment, as well as to incorporate the school’s colours through the furniture and accessories. Furniture included products from Verco, Sixteen3, Frovi and naughtone.