Scientific studies have shown color measurably impacts on how we feel and how we think. Adding Hierarchy color either boldly or in small pops can help stimulate creative thinking.
Students who are relaxed are more ready to learn. Comfort isn’t just a physical phenomenon, but an emotional one as well. Hierarchy is built with a focus on ergonomics to foster a fully engaged mind.
Learning spaces should be inviting and ordered, especially for younger learners. We focused on simple yet functional lines with Hierarchy, for fewer distractions and less complicated design.
We understand learning environments must constantly change to fit the needs of students. Accommodating a wide range of users is one of the core principles of Hierarchy design.
Movement is linked to learning. Our pulse, breathing, and circulation all change when we move, putting our brains into action. Many Hierarchy products allow micromovement, fostering a receptive frame of mind.
Color is an easy way to capture a student’s attention, the first step in learning. Hierarchy lets you color code information, or arrange learning areas or activities by color, another way to help students retain knowledge.
Working together is a primary tenet of active learning, and when students work together, the knowledge becomes a point of pride. Hierarchy is designed for flexible group configurations, large or small.
Learning includes not only the mind but the body as well. When furniture can engage the body with the brain, through gross and fine motor skills, this can result in improved learning mechanisms and habits.
Hierarchy by MooreCo
Engineered upon eight core design principles, Hierarchy furniture, boards, and accessories offer an integrated solution to educational environments that are constantly changing.
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Based on the eight design principles described here, Hierarchy is a line of educational furniture and accessories engineered to elevate learning spaces for the teacher and student. Our goal is to provide an integrated solution to educational environments that need to constantly change to meet new learning needs and philosophies.