Classroom Design Included from SMARTdesks ASID Certified Interior Design Team

SMARTdesks adds interior design value for schools, colleges, universities and corporate training environments. Using the SMARTdesks web site as its portal, customers request design by describing their mission objectives, teaching methods, technology requirements and physical space. This starts a dialog with the SMARTdesks Design Center. Classroom layouts, in the form of CAD drawings which specify the furniture and locations for power and data in the space, support the architectural mission. Architects and technology integrators may also be the primary contacts for the client in driving the design process.

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Linthicum Heights, MD (Vocus/PRWEB) November 22, 2010

SMARTdesks offers classroom layout and classroom design ideas without additional cost or obligation. It’s just part of the Customer Relations Management. This unique service is conducted online and is available world-wide. Designs have been developed and implemented across the United States, Europe, Middle East, Pacific Rim, Australia, Central and South America, Mexico and Canada.

SMARTdesks classroom design benefits everyone in the process. The customer may have unique requirements that lead to product design modifications and innovations. In a field where creativity is at the forefront, the question of how people are to interact within the architectural space can be answered in a number of ways with different applications of SMARTdesks products. The example shown is a Collaborative Learning Studio developed for an Ivy League medical school. The Collab™ Learning Studio Computer Conference Table was developed for use in the space. They are appointed with flipIT® Laptop Safes and pop-up power data ports for use with personal laptops, plus microphones and AV controllers. The space also incorporates the use of multiple plasma displays. Collab™ is designed to facilitate IT integration, and its shape lets collaboration groups form naturally around its sides and corners. The university is pleased with the custom conference table product developed with SMARTdesks and the way the space works for the collaborative learning process.

Classroom activities drive the product selection and room arrangement. SMARTdesks computer classroom furniture is designed for user-specified computers, laptops, and mobile devices, with power and data connectivity built in. Seating and video carts, podiums and ergonomic accessories may be selected. Mobility, multi-use and flexible arrangement schemes may indicate that the furniture be on casters and a SMARTdesks FFIT Computer Floor be used. The FFIT Floor (Floor + Furniture Integration Technology) lets the user easily move power and data outlets in the floor to where they are needed, without the use of trade labor. When a FFIT Floor is specified, CAD drawings are prepared for the room that show where every outlet and tile goes to support the furniture arrangement with the technology being used, guaranteeing installation success. All of this is prepared in the proposal process without additional cost or obligation. This high level of detail assures customer satisfaction with the project and facilitates IT integration.

SMARTdesks also offers ASID Certified Interior Design Services for conference rooms and video teleconference studios. Our approach is to let the customer take the lead in directing what they wish to accomplish in the space and the technology they wish to use. Our task is to make the form fit the function and facilitate IT integration to bring people and technology together for the best possible communication and human interaction. At SMARTdesks, it’s more than the furniture. It’s the experience.

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SMARTdesks Learning Studio designed for Ivy League med school, featuring Collab Conference Tables