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Four Learning Spaces Connected By Color

Posted on Nov 8, 2016, by Mollie Williams

School interiors have the ability to inspire and enable student learning. Studies have proven that the physical environment affects a student’s capacity to learn. Similarly, we know that color alone in an interior setting can influence our mood and even productivity. There is no doubt that colors inspire students’ imaginations and creativity levels, from elementary children to young adults in college.  

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This premise alone explains why these colorful learning spaces intrigue our imagination. We’re amazed by the many ways our vibrant Color Field collection is enlivening a range of learning environments across North America.

The imaginations of youth are often bright to begin with. But what happens when they are enveloped in color? We anticipate an inspiring result.


Cornelius Elementary - Cornelius, North Carolina. 

Designed by Office Environments. Photography courtesy of Belk. Cornelius Innovation Lab blog 3.jpg

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University of Wisconsin-Madison, Building 333 - Madison, Wisconsin

Designed by the University of Wisconsin. Photography by Tricia Shay.

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Snohomish Library - Snohomish, Washington

Designed by Sno-Isle Libraries. Photography by Jeff Beck.

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Raymond Elementary

Designed by Eppstein Uhen Architects. Photography by Tricia Shay. Raymond Elementary blog 1.png

Click here to see even more inspiring learning spaces grounded in color. 


Topics: Design, Inspiration

Mollie Williams

Written by Mollie Williams