From preschool to higher education, the look of education is transforming, and so are the needs. To attract the best and brightest — both students and faculty — schools and universities are moving away from traditional design, and instead embracing bright, beautiful, sophisticated spaces that elevate their image, as well as the educational experience.
At Armstrong Flooring, our vast palette of colors provide endless design options. Practical wayfinding that confidently leads a child to the classroom, or building school spirit through intricate, customized logo designs — color is abundant for designing healthy and attractive environments.
In an age where school budgets need to be maximized, school districts look to versatile education spaces that provide maximum value to the staff and students. The flexibility of a multipurpose room is appealing, but it’s only as useful as the performance of the floor it’s designed with. Flooring that meets durability expectations, while also reducing lifecycle and maintenance costs, always gets an A+ for creating excellent learning environments that meet budgets.
Armstrong Flooring lays the foundation for the next generation of creative thinkers and problem solvers — creating inspiring learning environments that promote safety and well-being.
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Armstrong Flooring continues its partnership with research firm WGSN to identify how and why disruptions are impacting education. Here are four ideas to consider that will disrupt and change the education industry.
How students are educated and prepared for the next stages in life is continually evolving. Learn more about four trends in K-12 education, and the new design ideas they're driving.
We partnered with research firm WGSN to identify how and why trends are changing in education. Learn more about four trends in higher education, and how they may impact the way we look at campus and building design
Static load limit testing is a standard in the flooring industry, but not all tests are performed the same way. Learn more about modified testing, and how to consider results as part of your flooring decision.