The Capitol Hill High School transformation shows how much of an impact furniture makes in a space. Seating Concepts pulled out all of our favorite K-12 furniture pieces to brighten the space, increase seat counts, and redirect traffic flow.
What once was a sea of mismatched folding tables is now a modern dining space for students to enjoy. Seating Concepts was able to transform Northwest Classen High School with seating variety and school colors. Post transformation, this cafeteria is unrecognizable from when Seating Concepts first stepped into the school.
The goal behind the Hazelwood Middle School project was to turn the cafeteria from plain and boring to fun, and energizing. Changes in graphics, seating, traffic, and lighting transformed Hazelwood's cafeteria dark and gloomy to bright and roomy.
The Commander Community Table has the ability to be as unique as you are! Options include glides, locking casters, choice of laminate and powder coat colors, and the ability to accommodate electric components. Mobile, custom and electric – the Commander community table does it all.
School spirit was the driving theme behind the Martinsville High School transformation. Martinsville was looking to create fun and relaxing lounge areas for students to work on group projects or study. The Well, the Stairwell Lounge, and the Senior Room were designed to do just that.
4 Reasons Why Communal Tables Are Still On-Trend in QSR Design
Communal tables are not new to the Quick Service Restaurant industry and they are not going anywhere anytime soon. They are a simple and cost effective way for QSR's to increase revenue, vary seating, and maximize space. Communal tables lend themselves to the relational meal experience customers look for at a QSR restaurant. Here are four reasons why communal tables are successful and here to stay: