SET.Upp 21st Century Schools by HABA
Environments that mimic society, STEAM, STEM and 21st Century School Design by HABA.
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Adaptive School Environments
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A New Approach to Learning Environments
Differentiated classes need a vital space concept where the school is a place of learning and life. Fresh, new teaching approaches are best developed in an environment that breaks away from tradition. With increased demands for our time, optimizing our surroundings in everyday life means a more productive result. Actively integrated designs into the everyday life mean that meeting corners and retreats are not accidental results of a free corner - they are a result of systematic planning. As we developed the set.upp concept, we studied everyday life in different forms within learning environments working with Germany’s teachers' councils and educators. The set.upp concept follows the evolution of learning environments and offers furniture that meets these new challenges. In the following pages, you’ll find exciting and fresh concepts – all designed to improve learning and collaboration.
TheSchool asaCity - Inspired by Urban Life Furniture designs require thinking outside the box, that is why we have looked intensively for specialists and advisors to help with this unique concept. We’ve consulted with urban builders, school boards, teachers and other educator experts that unanimously agree; schools should be modeled after harmonious communities. They have a city center - either with its own history, or newly and border areas. There are also recreation areas, where everyone can relax and rest. Commuters use hallways and corridors as well as the cafeterias. And then there are the inhabitants, or as we refer to them: students and teachers.
Cafe - leisure rooms, sitting areas - Meetingpointformediumtosmallgroups to talk, work, relax
Residential Communities - classrooms, teachers’ rooms - A place that is assigned to a certain group, so to speak as a base camp
Retreat - Here is my personal retreat: to work, learn and read, or simply relax
Marketplace - Where the whole school can meet: for presentations, festivals, demonstrations
Playgrounds - Movement and play areas
Laboratories, workshops - For experimenting, debating, practicing, collecting experiences
Current trends - modern and timeless As a holistic, comprehensive approach, set.upp adapts to the needs of new learning initiatives. Unused space potential is integrated into new room concepts. Clean lines, optimal function
and strategic use of color optimize learning objectives while bringing energy into the environment.
Relaxing & improves concentration
Naturally warm & stimulating
Four Unique Color Palettes
This innovative culture is supported by the set.upp distinctive Color World palettes; Desert Metropolis, Wild District, Urban Jungle
for educational spaces and furniture. With the color worlds, you can bring concrete psychological impulses into rooms and stimulate the cognitive and emotional processes in your educational institution. Each color world can be adapted for each room and creates a structure for better
and creativity - an essential for optimal learning.
Here dark blue and turquoise tones meet with highlights of coral and yellow nuances, inspired by the mystical colors of the underwater world. This works pleasantly, soothes and promotes concentration. This color world can also be used in the entire building depending on the intensity and quantity of the color areas. It is also possible to use large contrasting color areas in blue and yellow. In learning rooms, however, one should remain within a color family in which the accent color provides limited distraction.
sand and brown tones promote well-being. Intensive color accents in blue and red awaken intuition. Such designed learning and leisure spaces inspire everyone. With Desert Metropolis , tired spirits get a needed boost in energy.
Regenerating, collaborative, communication
Fresh, airy & grounding
The light and untroubled color feel of Wild District is reminiscent of Scandinavian space. The main colors are discreet and harmonious. Natural and gray tones combined with hints of strong greens and bright blues convey calmness and tranquility. As this color world is an unobtrusive symbiosis with architecture, we recommend use in learning and teaching rooms, as well as in relaxation rooms.
Trusted natural greens and warm earth tones, like sand and brown, create a pleasant, feel-good atmosphere and powerful color accents in bright yellow or coral colors inspire. This environment encourages collaboration and social involvement. Urban Jungle creates perfect places to work together, converse, or relax.
New Ways of Learning
Innovative Room Concepts Innovative room concepts - Whether classrooms or administration,
Corridors are not only designed for exiting the building or going from place to place. They can be cold and busy, however the hall itself presents the opportunity to use space wisely. Use them for special learning forums and individual lessons while also creating unique collaboration and learning niches.
day enormously. Modern comprehensive world views present common inner values as well as the
Furniture - for all Ages
set.upp is a versatile, creative furniture system for pupils, teachers and administrators. Regardless of age or educational concept, set.upp works in classrooms, teacher's rooms, corridors and activity spaces.
Learning Spaces Unique
set.upp – design concept for every room
Set up means to put together and organize. It is about systematic work within comprehensive concepts. Why did we add the additional “p”? It stands for the overall educational emphasis on the facility for the school day and before. We understand that the true specialists for education are the educators. Our contribution comes from a long history of unique space planning, design, ergonomics and use of color. Let us help you with your initiative for a contemporary modern style of learning.
• Large seat shell • Body size: 55” - 71” (140 cm - 180cm) • Seat height to table top: 12” (30 cm)
• Small seat shell • Body size: 59” (150 cm) • Seat height to table top: 10” (25 cm)
Table height 30” (76 cm)
Common Classrooms 1. Student seating with chairs and tables 2. Upholstery corner 3. Niche with seat cushions and mobile cabinet system 4. Belongings and responsibility wall
We can be at the same level and see eye-to-eye! The exible design concept allows for a tall student, a small student and a teacher to all sit at the same table and be at the same level, which creates optimal communicating conditions. No height adjustments are needed, as the footrests are set to allow for di erent sized individuals.
Seat height: 20” (52 cm)
Seat height: 18” (46 cm)
Tables for this concept are uniformly 30” (76 cm) high.
Optimal, Flexible Room Design
Partner projects - Tables can be assembled on the long or short side.
Front facing and individual lessons
A Brilliant Team -
Create individualized learning stations, allowing the teacher exibility within the classroom. For partner projects, the tables can be assembled on the long or short side.
Group arrangements - Allowing optimal use of wall space for instruction.
Formal presentations - Use mobile furniture to make use of all presentation services equally within the space.
Lessons Di erent
in one room
Di erent lessons in one room 1. Upholstery corner, separated by mobile cabinet system 2. Standing workstations 3. Upholstered seats with partitions 4. Student workplaces with chairs and tables 5. Sitting area, integrated in cabinet line
Experts agree: Only a changeable environment can create a framework for e ective work placement. Corners and standing tables, mixed with their conventional shapes, promote group work. The exible set.upp concept is supported by teachers in the implementation of varied and motivating lessons.
Teaching room 1. Schoolchildren's workplaces with learning stations 2. Teacher's workplace with height-adjustable teaching table and mobile cabinet system
1.Wall workplace with standing tables 2. Students sitting workstations 3. Mobile cabinet system
Spread across two rooms
One classroom is more traditional, the other with
part of the design; working while standing, lying down, or sitting. Everyone works at their
learning for all: students, and educators.
Study Room - or Hallway
methods and diversity. Self-controlled learning brings concepts such as autonomy and organization. The best designs allow for an entire educational concept – not just one room.
Self-Directed Learning: 1.Market place, 2. S
, 3. Conference rooms, 4.
. Learning and living space cooridor
- Self-Controlled Learning
Student O ces
Creating individual spaces. The further the school develops into a whole-day institution, the more urgent the need for individuality.
Find others and nd yourself -
This is how it works in the marketplace: In the city center there is exchange, discussion and cooperation; this is where the epicenter is. The school marketplace serves many diverse needs - group and individual lessons, leisure, parenting, and dialogues among teachers.
Learning area instead of empty space - Schools are discovering unused open spaces for new purposes: Make use of any space. The unattractive empty corner can be designed into a cozy training room.
Hallway, Meeting Space or Both? Rest, get organized, have a brief meeting or short break. Integrated benches and table ledges set at varying heights create design interest and add welcome space. Dress lonely hallways with interest and function!
Unique upholstery niches invite children to read or to socialize. Promote student collaboration in a whole new way while adding specialized gathering and study spaces within unused areas.
Are they sitting still or having fun?
The institutionalized separation between learning and
niches provide a relaxing place before and after school to study and plan.
Entry / Foyer
impressions - Beautiful entryways give a peek in the
world of the rest of the building design. Parents and visitors will immediately feel at ease in a relaxing, more casual surrounding. No more
Recreation Room- Kids
Here’s a break room with a relaxing impact. Unwind, study or energize, there are special places designed for each. Perfect for free time between classes, and a complete alternative to a traditional study hall environment!
Recreational Space for Kids: 1. Sitting area in the wardrobe 2. Small sitting area with upholstered wardrobe 3. Upholstery corner 4. Stage 5.Partitionwithseating 6. Upholstery with mobile cabinets
Recreation Room - Teens
Recreation Room for Teens: 1. Cabinet row 2. Ottoman 3.Table group 4. Upholstery with mobile cabinets 5. Standing workstations with partition walls 6. Pillow seat with screen
For the young-adult break - Older children want to be treated like adults, with their own unique, inviting spaces to hang out. Variable, stylish and colorful furniture creates a friendly, social place while allowing proper supervision. Perfect for after school clubs or as a place to study and unwind. This provides space where young adults can feel welcome.
And what about the teachers?
area. Each have their own opinion and needs. So each teacher's area should be designed with individuality, yet be inclusive for all - a place to have quiet and relax
space A place to re ect, discuss, plan and relax. It can be simple, or
complex, depending on school size and need. This is the place where tranquility comes rst. With only minutes between classes sometimes, relaxation and regeneration are the goals.
Digital classroom Modern schools require modern function, design and planning to be successful. Providing revolutionary, new
spaces to network and promote learning are key to identifying
and being creative. The entry of the digital world into schools provides both challenge and opportunity to
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