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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kseniya Nevmerzhitskaya
The Modular Concept of Creation of Interiors of Schools, or the Overhaul of Individual Zones
Design
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Back in the Soviet Union, schools developed standards that school furniture should meet. Sheets of Soviet times - designs that united the desk and the bench. They met the standards of that time: thanks to the metal frame, the school tables were always at the same distance from the seating position, they had the same height, the neutral color of the countertop and the wooden surface of the bench. But such desks were not always convenient for students, because Children grow differently, very often in one class the children of different growth study. And sometimes, to some boy, such a desk was simply «great»: sitting on a bench, he could hardly reach out to the table. The main requirements for furniture for students were safety, comfort and environmental friendliness. Functional dimensions of products must comply with GOST. One of the main conditions for the successful learning of any schoolboy are desks and chairs and they have the largest list of conditions for design. But is it enough just the basic set of furniture - desks, chairs, benches, bookcases, lamps? Many schools have long changed the standards of teaching. If earlier it is desirable that the chair and the desk are unperturbed in their place without any dynamics and nothing distracts the students from absorbing knowledge, now in the priority mobile, multifunctional furniture. In some schools, which position themselves as progressive pro-European educational institutions, and even try to train schoolchildren according to a special, experimental program, they gradually move away from the classical arrangement of desks in classrooms. Instead of the usual Rows, you can more often see the tables together, arranged in a square or a semicircle

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