Case Studies

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South & City College Birmingham – Manual Flip-Top Desks

Creating and adaptive dual purpose environment for both tutor-led instruction and computer based work   The Brief With outstanding facilities, excellent pass rates and the only college in Birmingham to be awarded with Beacon status, in recognition of excellence and innovation, South & City College Birmingham offer 100’s of courses from Level 1 to higher […]

PC Stand – Kirklees College

Kirklees College recently completed a new build programme at the Waterfront Quarter, a high quality commercial development close to the centre of Huddersfield. The college’s Information and Learning Technologies (ILT) team led by Richard Brook had recognised the challenge of ensuring classroom technology remains positioned and installed in a way which ensures the most effective management of the classroom environment.

Active Learning Spaces – Kramer Electronics

Kramer’s training room was designed as a “Collaborative Classroom” with the purpose of training systems integrators and key end users in the use of Kramer’s Multi-Award winning Collaboration products, and systems through modern group focused teaching methods.

National Training Centre – Steinhoff Group UK

SGUK required furniture solutions for a reception entrance, a workplace office, four meeting spaces and three training rooms. TOP-TEC were given the challenge to meet corporate branding, style, ergonomics and company dynamics to create an aspirational professional working environment.

Herschel Learning Lab – Newcastle University

Keen to move away from the traditional pedagogies used in standard lecture theatres, Newcastle University wanted to develop an innovative learning space that encouraged collaborative activities for students in small groups to work on a variety of tasks including, problem solving and preparation of presentations, all of which could be facilitated by ICT.

Lancaster University Ash House

Having gone through a refurbishment earlier this year, Ash House at Lancaster University, required student focused, computer laboratories
configured for teaching and study. The challenge was creating a 100+ seated capacity Learning Lab in an unconventional inverse ‘L’ shaped
space.

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