Each student spends an average of 6 hours sitting on the school chair every day. If we consider that when students leave, there will always be new students. Obviously, it is more effective to invest in high-quality furniture than to choose cheap and inferior furniture.
When selecting the tables, chairs and cabinets needed in the school, we must consider their durability, ease of cleaning and maintenance, and the strength of the furniture. Generally speaking, the selection of furniture is usually after the construction of the building is completed, and the budget is also very tight at this time. In order to avoid the shortage of funds when choosing school furniture, it is important to consider this investment from the beginning of the project.
The selection of high-quality furniture can show the attention of managers to students to users. Therefore, high-quality furniture can bring students a greater sense of belonging to a large extent, thus encouraging children to respect the environment they have.
Another suggestion for furniture is to consider the age groups that will be accommodated in each classroom, rather than taking risks to select some universal furniture. Although these furniture may still be of high quality, they cannot play their due role for some children of certain age groups. This also applies to other areas of the school: the chairs used in the classroom should not be the same as those used in the library, cafeteria or science laboratory.
For the selection of tables, designers should consider the electronic devices that most students will use, such as laptops or tablets. Therefore, in addition to basic materials such as ordinary paper notebooks and binders, they should also choose a desktop suitable for these devices.