As the UK’s leading suppliers of street furniture, at Broxap we have a diverse and extensive product range that covers everything from waste bins to benches, canopies to cycle shelters. To further our service capabilities, in 1990 we expanded our remit and started offering bespoke Design & Build projects, through which we’ve produced specific designs for hundreds of developments and schemes. For nearly 80 years, we’ve delivered projects all over the country, for clients with varying budgets and requirements.
Eden Learning Spaces, a leading supplier of soft furnishings for schools, has found that bean bags could improve reading concentration. This was the conclusion from a primary experiment carried out with a class of 30 children aged six to seven years old, with findings indicating that levels of comfort and concentration during independent reading can be increased using Eden Learning Spaces’ specially designed Bean Bag Reading Chair.
If you have a kid of your own who reads, where does he/she sit when reading at home? Everywhere and anywhere is the answer.
They lay on the floor, they slouch on a sofa or sit upside down on a sofa hanging over the arm.
They don’t of their own volition sit at a desk or table. Why? Because, duh, it’s not comfortable!
If you want kids to read and lose themselves in a story, or use iPads or other devices naturally as they would at home, then give them beanbags, floor pads, soft bucket seats and sofas. If they need a desk, just make it comfy to sit at.
Before the days of the internet, suppliers provided customers with large printed catalogues targeted through print advertising and mailouts. Thankfully, those days are long gone (expensive and wasteful) and suppliers can access any market.
Traditional Conference furniture manufacturers can now supply quality furniture to Schools and Colleges at far lower prices than traditional education suppliers. Competition is the key, and traditional suppliers have been exploiting this lack of competition for decades.
Rather than opening the old catalogue, why not tap a few useful search terms into Google?