Karolinska Institutet (KI) has together with three architectural firms (including us) spent a lot of time together as a creative think tank, coming up with a design concept that KI calls a “Future Learning Environment”.
The institute’s task was to create a dynamic interior for formal classroom teaching, lectures in auditoriums and other sorts of halls. The intent is to foster the informal exchange of knowledge between colleagues and students where that sort of exchange takes place. Mosty where students are, like study rooms, cafeterias and libraries.
The project’s challenge was to come up with a concept so flexible that it could support both current and future needs, based on over a hundred years old conditions. Through Wallrite Scandinavia and Tengbom architects, KI got the solution they were looking for.
At KI, Wallrite has for the past two years delivered and installed whiteboard surfaces in various lengths up to six meters long, glued directly to the wall or mounted with powerful magnets.
What we did
- Interactive Whiteboard in various length between 2 to 6 meters
- Magnetic Dry-Erase whiteboard
- Whiteline Link-marker
- Dry-Erase Whiteboard wallpaper Installed on walls, doors and tables
- Dry-Erase Whiteboard printed in various patterns and pictures