Colourful, stimulating interiors created with KI’s Postura+ Chairs for students at Cheetham CofE Community Academy, Manchester

Cheetham CofE Community Academy, is a larger than average sized primary school, with 540 students aged 3-11, based in Greater Manchester. Working closely with the school, office refurbishment consultancy firm Whitespace was briefed to transform the blank space of a new building into an inspiring, modern interior, all with the help of KI’s Postura+.

Designing and furnishing each classroom with the same footprint whilst remaining flexible was key to the success of this project. As with the majority of education establishments, the school was looking for a durable, cost effective, stackable seating solution, therefore KI’s Postura+ chair with its vast colour range and 20 year warranty was a natural choice.

Whitespace furnished the school with approximately 250 Postura+ chairs in complimentary colours of Lime Zest, Jet Black, Iron Grey, Slate Grey and Grape Crush, creating a visually stimulating and exciting learning environment. Postura+ high chairs in matching Iron Grey and Slate Grey were also selected and specified with 610mm sled bases to sit alongside higher tables in the classrooms

What our partners say

Whitespace’s extensive knowledge of the education sector meant that they could provide high quality interior design and furniture to meet the school’s needs and budget. The result: furniture and a layout which enhances this new building.

KI and Whitespace are proud to have been able to help this exceptional school to provide an inspiring and flexible environment within which the children can grow and develop.

Nicola Young at Whitespace comments:

“We proposed the Postura+ chairs to the school as, having used the product many times before, we knew it to be robust, reliable and practical as well as offering an excellent colour selection to enhance the interior design scheme. Offering a comprehensive range of sizes also gave us flexibility to use the chairs throughout the age range of the students.”