THE INTERIOR IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS. DIMENSIONS AND SCALES OF THE ELEMENTS OF INTERIOR REQUIREMENTS FOR ELEMENTS OF THE INTERIOR SPACE
Ergonomic requirements for furniture are defined.
Dependency between the physiological characteristics of children and the size of furniture and spaces are followed up in the article.
The main trends for design of classroom furniture are provided.
Materials required to create furniture for particular age groups of students are indicated.
Materials for finishing layers of the enclosing elements have been identified, specifying their characteristics and when these are the most apprpriate to achieve a better learning environment.
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