An Alberta School was looking for ways to create a break-out space for student learning. Expansion of the facility was not an option, and the existing space was already at capacity. They were conflicted with the storage space they had- on one hand storing art supplies was important. On the other hand, they felt they had to prioritize learning space. There did not seem to be a solution.
Our Education Specialist had some innovative ideas that would both store the supplies and create a break-out room. We proposed a Mizer Mobile system to compact the storage into a smaller space, opening up space for a learning area. To make the room feel less “industrial”, bright and inviting maple laminate panels finished the ends of the mobile system. The room now features a whiteboard, a table and chairs, and a discreet and efficient Art storage system. Problem solved.