AkiraSystem

Modular, mobile furniture systems to support flexible learning.

One System, Infinite Configurations.

Developed to personalise your learning environment, the Akira™ Sytem is a range of modular and mobile elements designed to create adaptable spaces.

Our solution empowers teachers to create environments to suit their teaching styles and adapt to students’ differentiated learning styles.

Consisting of mobile storage, workbenches, group working and desking, the Akira™ range has been designed for use in specialist teaching spaces such as Design and Technology (Resistant Materials workshops, Robotics labs, CAD/CAM suites etc.), Science (Laboratories, Prep Rooms etc.), Art and Design, Textiles and Physical Education.

The mobility of the range means spaces can be quickly and simply reconfigured to adapt to application and teaching or student requirement.

Product Solutions

Akira™ Store

Expand the usage of each of your spaces with the Akira Store – a heavy-duty, mobile solution designed to transport and store technical equipment in schools and colleges. 

Akira™ WorkBench

Make your learning space flexible and personal with the Akira™ Workbench. Choose your equipment, worktop, storage solutions and colour palette to create your fully mobile, 850mm technical work station. 

Make spaces flexible with Akira™ Systems

This space has been designed using the Akira™ System to provide a flexible layout that can be easily adapted to a number of distinct applications. The modular and mobile elements create endless possible layouts.

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