Sustainable design for your work, healthcare or learning environment
Gispen has an extensive collection of project furniture for all types of office and healthcare organisations as well as educational institutions. As an addition to our standard collection, we have developed custom solutions for each sector based on our many years of experience in these specific fields. Our collection not only includes a wide range of Gispen furniture, we also offer numerous products from other A-level furniture brands. To make searching for the right piece of furniture a little easier for you, you can search by type of product or furniture collection.
Interior layout not only encourages learning and discovery, but also relaxation and encounters
Creating a hotel experience for patients
Incorporating well-being, versatility and sustainability into the interior design
A homely atmosphere in line with the hospital’s requirements
Versatile and modular furniture supports different learning methods, in both the present and the future.
From secondary education up to university: the basis for any learning environment is a pleasant and inspiring physical space. Many educational institutions are looking for versatility, efficiency and a sense of identity in their learning environment. They also want to create a space where studying and working in an ergonomically responsible way is possible. These are all important starting points for the furnishing solutions we design and produce.
Have you called upon the services of Gispen? We will unburden your organisation wherever we can, and we will do so throughout the entire furnishing process. We are known for our custom solutions in addition to our standard set of services. These include interior design, project management, cable management and furniture maintenance. And last but not least: various services in the field of circular interior design. Take the Circular Quality Scan, for example, which provides insight into the possiblities for clever reuse of the furniture already owned by an organisation.
A hospital has specific requirements for cleaning and disinfection. This has consequences for upholstery and materialization. And for cleaning.
The teacher who simply shares knowledge with passively listening students is a thing of the past. Many educational institutions are glad these times are over, and so are we.
The optimal healthcare environment focuses on the well-being of patients. That offers the best chances of a speedy recovery. As a project designer, we support the healing environment with a good interior design.
Our interior designer Rob Lotstra how you can respond to changes in clever ways