Create Inviting & Engaging Spaces
Your users’ needs are evolving, and so are your learning spaces. Demco’s team of design specialists and interior solutions consultants help schools and libraries create engaging interiors that meet the needs of 21st-century learners. Driven by user-centered design, we create comfortable, inclusive spaces where creation, inquiry and learning are supported and communities thrive.
“Demco Interiors were very flexible. They made adjustments when needed and often presented multiple options to choose from. In our discussions, both of us learned new things that made each other better. It was a real collaborative process that resulted in a lasting partnership.”
– Julie G.
Madison College, WI
“We were very pleased with the finished project. The designer listened closely to everything we said and suggested ideas we would never have considered on our own. One of the results is a space that is still considered one of the best features of the library.”
– Kerry G.
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library, IN
“We knew if we were going to renovate the learning, we had to renovate the space. It’s been transformative. Kids walk in and you can see how motivated they are.”
– Ed K.
Massapequa School District, NY
Meet Your Design Team
Library users of all ages have different needs in each area of your library. Get advice on best practices for designing seven essential library spaces to make sure all users’ needs are met.
Are you ready to redesign your learning space to better support learners? Before you start, find out the four mistakes you don’t want to make and how to avoid them.
Active learning environments promote critical thinking, inclusivity, and higher levels of engagement. Find out how to support this approach through classroom experiences and flexible learning environments.
More motivation, better productivity, and a decrease in behavior issues? Educators say flexible seating is the key. Hear from teachers and librarians how a flexible seating arrangement has had a positive impact on their students’ learning.