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Our benches complement our tables perfectly, using the same flowing curved profile and finger friendly edges. They come is a large section of lengths and heights that not only work so well with our own table offerings but also play well with other existing classroom furniture. Benches are ideally suited for collaborative learning experiences and offer tremendous versatility over their single seat cousins. As with all Natural Pod furniture our benches are very durable and strong, yet light enough for kids and educators to easily move them; this enables great flexibility – allowing educators to meet the needs of different activities and different learning styles.
As our benches come in a large variation of lengths and heights they are suitable for every age group and every learning environment. For very young ones we even have benches with backs.
Made from a combination of environmentally responsible FSC-certified, with fully documented chain of custody, Columbia Forest Products Europly Plus and Columbia Forest Products JayCore and KayCore, finished with Columbia Forest Products UV LabCoat. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) ecolabel, which verifies that any wood used is from well-managed forests. These timberlands are independently certified by SmartWood, in accordance with the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council, so customers can be assured that their Europly panels combine equal parts beauty, strength and environmental sensitivity. Each time. Every time. The FSC is the largest independent, third party, global forest management standard available today. FSC is readily recognized and specified by architects and designers for compliance with many emerging green building programs like LEED® and Build it Green, which call for this platinum standard of forest certification programs.
Due to the size and weight of this product, there may be additional shipping charges applied. We will look at your order as a whole and apply the most economical shipping charges.
Made with love on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada