Badminton School’s Sixth Form learning space design features a combination of break-out style furniture as well as focused working areas creating a truly versatile space.
Watch the project case study to see how we renovated Badminton’s Sixth Form space.
This colourful sixth form learning space design is the result of extensive collaboration. Right from the outset, the school was looking to create a stand-out 6th form space, one that would encourage girls to be their best, as well as providing a place for relaxing and socialising.
Understanding what the pupils wanted for this space and how they wanted to use the space was important for this project. The existing space had been set up as an area for socialising and relaxing and had become tired and dull over the years. Following extensive discussions with the pupils, designers took the feedback and used it to generate a new space that would be suitable for a wide range of activities from individual focused study zones to areas for collaborating and socialising, all in a compact space.
We involved the pupils in a series of design workshops to gain a deeper understanding of what was needed in the space. From fabrics and finishes, to furniture and lighting, the school was involved right throughout the design process.
From studying, to movie nights, and event organising, this space is already well-loved. The combination of break-out style furniture as well as focussed working areas means the space is truly versatile and can be used for a wide range of activities.
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