Study Booths and Carrels Provide Quiet Focus for Learning
Individual and Modular Study Carrels for Schools and Libraries
Looking to provide privacy while promoting a quiet learning environment? Study booths have long been a reliable solution for educational institutions. These interior furnishings, called carrels, offer plenty of space for books and computers. They are notable for their high walls that help to block out noise and visual distractions. Our study booths ship flat for assembly on site and come in monochromatic gray or oak wood plastic laminate finishes. Due to their composite wood construction, these carrels are CARB certified to meet E1 formaldehyde emission standards.
What other features come with these learning carrels?
- The study booths boast strong steel legs for rugged durability. Levelers on each leg provide solid stability on uneven floors.
- Gray models are available in singular or dual (face-to-face) styles. The legs on these are height adjustable. A convenient upper shelf offers extra storage space to help prevent clutter. If adding a computer, a grommet is located towards the rear of the carrel for better cord management.
- The plastic oak laminate booths come with many of the same features epitomized by the gray versions, with a few notable differences. Single models feature convenient pull-out keyboard trays. This increases the amount of work space since these don't come with shelves. When placing multiple carrels together to create rows, a streamlined option is available. Our modular adder unit connects more than one booth together, consolidating material for a more integrated appearance.
Besides the obvious educational applications (schools, colleges, adult learning centers), these public-use furnishings are popular in many other industries. The booths are a natural for quiet environments like libraries and computer labs. People often gravitate towards them because they provide a private little world for the user. These small cubicles are also good choices for test-taking operations like the Department of Motor Vehicles. Retailers use carrels for new recruits, giving them a convenient place to fill out job applications. The office is yet another environment. In today's workplace, businesses are leaning more towards the open office concept. However, independent space sometimes becomes necessary for employees who need to concentrate on a task or project. Interspersed throughout the office, these private work stations offer the focus and tranquility to get the job done. Promote better learning and productivity while avoiding distractions with these affordable interior furnishings!
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