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KI manufactures innovative furniture and wall system solutions for education, healthcare, government and corporate markets. The employee-owned company is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. and operates sales offices and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia. KI tailors products and service solutions to the specific needs of each customer through its unique design and manufacturing philosophy.


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    1330 Bellevue Street
    Green Bay, WI 54308

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KI Products

Learn2 Seating

Learn2™ Seating

Award-winning and student-focused, KI's Learn2 seating goes wherever it's needed and adapts to student preferences.

Intellect Wave

Intellect Wave

Clean visual forms create a fresh, modern look. KI's Intellect Wave provides functionality and ergonomics in the classroom.



Designed by Giancarlo Piretti using recyclable materials, the Strive collection offers affordable seating with a difference.



Backbone is a media-sharing platform that supports technology, optimizes collaboration, and enhances flexibility.

360 Classroom furniture

360® Classroom furniture

Roll it. Rotate it. Swivel it. Adjust it. 360 furniture adapts to any teaching needs and offers options to fit most students.

Case Studies / Resources

KI Transforms Learning Spaces at University of Washington

UW Center for Commercialization New Ventures Facility needed to transform an existing space into a functional, collaborative team environment. KI made the vision a reality with honeycomb configurations for workstations; convenient, mobile storage; reconfigurable meeting rooms; and informal lounge areas.

KI Enriches Learning Experience at St. Anthony Tri-Parish Schools

St. Anthony Tri-Parish Schools wanted to increase enrollment, plan for future growth, update learning environments and integrate technology. KI was selected to provide furnishings for the entire school. KI's breadth of product, personalized attention and education knowledge made them the perfect choice.

Learning Per Square Foot and Educational Space Design

Preparing tomorrow's leaders is a responsibility all Americans share. In the face of global demands, a renewed sense of urgency exists about the preparedness and capabilities of today's young adults. It has spawned a very public debate about education, reform, and planning effective learning spaces.

Effective classroom design is indeed a crucial element in learning. Additionally, learning opportunities can be extended well beyond the classroom to create entire learning environments that support student success. Despite the transformations necessary to equip students with 21st century skills, planners and decision makers at schools and institutions continue to design classrooms and campuses that reflect outdated modes of teaching.

This paper examines the opportunity to explore educational space design using a "learning per square foot" concept, thereby improving student success, creating a community of learning, and strengthening our country's competitive position for the future.