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Case History

W O R K I N G F O R Y O U

H a r r i s S t o w e S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y

S t . Lo u i s , M i s s o u r i

You make the rules.

We make the rest.

Of course KI solutions work better for you. They’re made for you. No one pays more attention to customer needs than we do. We don’t design our furniture to win awards (even though it does). We don’t rely on one-size-fits-all solutions (even though they would make our life easier). We find out what you need. And, we make it. The same applies to our service, distribution channels… everything we do. It’s all built around knowing what you want and giving you the choice. KI solutions work, because we’re working for you.

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“ The furniture blends with the

surround-ings and the color scheme contributes to

the warm, timeless appeal.”

- Pamela Todd, KAI Senior Interior Designer

Product List:

Cody™ Lounge Seating E-Series®Files Eden™ Multiple Seating Impress®Task Chairs Jessa™ Lounge Seating Lola™ Ottoman

Maestro®Stack Chairs and Café Stools PowerUp®Modules

Precedence®Task Chairs Rado™ Tables

Rapture®Stack Chairs Soltíce®Lounge Seating Synthesis®Tables Venue®Tables Versa®Stack Chairs Wharton™ Lectern WireWorks®Panel System WorkZone®Desking

Project Participants:

Client: Harris Stowe State University Architect and Design: KAI Design & Build

Challenge: Create space for

students to meet, study and relax in Harris Stowe’s first on-campus housing facility. Provide comfort, residential quality, and advanced technology.

Solution: In the Gillespie

Residence Hall and Student Center, KI combines comfortable, stylish lounge, stack and task seating with powered tables, a state-of-the-art lectern and efficient office furnishings.

According to Pamela Todd, KAI Senior Interior Designer, “The depth of product offered by KI fulfilled every need.” She adds, “The furniture blends with the surroundings and the color scheme contributes to the warm, timeless appeal.”

Soltíce lounge furniture and Rado tables with custom tops welcome residents and visitors in the lobby. “With Soltíce furniture, we get the best of both worlds - great style and field replaceability,” says Todd. In the lounges, Eden multiple seating is paired with customized Lola ottomans.

In the game room, Venue stand-up height tables with Maestro café stools add a recreational feel along with Maestro stack chairs and Jessa lounge seating.

“They love the game room,” says Sean Baker, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. “It’s a great place to just relax and lounge around.”

Top: Jessa lounge seating, Maestro chairs and stools, Venue tables Bottom: Eden multiple seating, Lola lounge seating

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“ The furniture blends with the

surround-ings and the color scheme contributes to

the warm, timeless appeal.”

- Pamela Todd, KAI Senior Interior Designer

Product List:

Cody™ Lounge Seating E-Series®Files Eden™ Multiple Seating Impress®Task Chairs Jessa™ Lounge Seating Lola™ Ottoman

Maestro®Stack Chairs and Café Stools PowerUp®Modules

Precedence®Task Chairs Rado™ Tables

Rapture®Stack Chairs Soltíce®Lounge Seating Synthesis®Tables Venue®Tables Versa®Stack Chairs Wharton™ Lectern WireWorks®Panel System WorkZone®Desking

Project Participants:

Client: Harris Stowe State University Architect and Design: KAI Design & Build

Challenge: Create space for

students to meet, study and relax in Harris Stowe’s first on-campus housing facility. Provide comfort, residential quality, and advanced technology.

Solution: In the Gillespie

Residence Hall and Student Center, KI combines comfortable, stylish lounge, stack and task seating with powered tables, a state-of-the-art lectern and efficient office furnishings.

According to Pamela Todd, KAI Senior Interior Designer, “The depth of product offered by KI fulfilled every need.” She adds, “The furniture blends with the surroundings and the color scheme contributes to the warm, timeless appeal.”

Soltíce lounge furniture and Rado tables with custom tops welcome residents and visitors in the lobby. “With Soltíce furniture, we get the best of both worlds - great style and field replaceability,” says Todd. In the lounges, Eden multiple seating is paired with customized Lola ottomans.

In the game room, Venue stand-up height tables with Maestro café stools add a recreational feel along with Maestro stack chairs and Jessa lounge seating.

“They love the game room,” says Sean Baker, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. “It’s a great place to just relax and lounge around.”

Top: Jessa lounge seating, Maestro chairs and stools, Venue tables Bottom: Eden multiple seating, Lola lounge seating

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In the computer lab, students can use laptop computers at a table or they can opt for less traditional, more relaxed lounge seating. “Students enjoy the flexible set-up of the computer lab,” says Baker. “They appreciate the student-focused environment it creates.” A Wharton lectern takes center stage in the multi-purpose meeting space. The lectern is customized with the university’s logo on the front. It has proved so popular that it gets moved to other build-ings or even outdoors for various presentations.

The conference room features Synthesis tables and Versa chairs for flexible arrangements.

Top: Wharton lecturn, Precedence task chairs, Synthesis tables Bottom: Versa chairs, Synthesis tables

Right: Versa chairs, Synthesis tables, PowerUp modules, Cody lounge seating, Soltíce lounge seating, Rado tables

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In the computer lab, students can use laptop computers at a table or they can opt for less traditional, more relaxed lounge seating. “Students enjoy the flexible set-up of the computer lab,” says Baker. “They appreciate the student-focused environment it creates.” A Wharton lectern takes center stage in the multi-purpose meeting space. The lectern is customized with the university’s logo on the front. It has proved so popular that it gets moved to other build-ings or even outdoors for various presentations.

The conference room features Synthesis tables and Versa chairs for flexible arrangements.

Top: Wharton lecturn, Precedence task chairs, Synthesis tables Bottom: Versa chairs, Synthesis tables

Right: Versa chairs, Synthesis tables, PowerUp modules, Cody lounge seating, Soltíce lounge seating, Rado tables

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K I i m p r e s s e d u s w i t h t h e i r t i m e l i n e s s a n d r e p u t a t i o n .

- Kevin Christeson, Harris Stowe Director, Planning and Campus Expansion.

Private offices feature WorkZone desking and Impress task chairs. The reception area includes the WireWorks panel system. KI provides a coherent look and feel for the entire facility including offices, public spaces, and meeting/ study areas. Reputation, breadth of product offering and aggressive pricing through a national group purchasing organization (HRG) were all factors in the selection of KI as an experienced partner. Kevin Christeson, Harris Stowe Director, Planning and Campus Expansion says, “We looked at several designs. KI impressed us with their timeliness and reputation.” Todd says, “There was a tight time frame and early budgets so it was critical to choose a furniture provider who could stay on time and on schedule. The furnishings needed to be flexible, easy to maintain and durable. They get used intensely and still look good.” KAI Senior Project Manager Ken Miller agrees, "The furnishings were the most significant part of the overall look. The public spaces are very nice.”

According to Baker, “The students now have their own community.”

Top: WireWorks panel system, Rapture chairs

Bottom: WorkZone desking, Impress task chair, Rapture chair

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K I i m p r e s s e d u s w i t h t h e i r t i m e l i n e s s a n d r e p u t a t i o n .

- Kevin Christeson, Harris Stowe Director, Planning and Campus Expansion.

Private offices feature WorkZone desking and Impress task chairs. The reception area includes the WireWorks panel system. KI provides a coherent look and feel for the entire facility including offices, public spaces, and meeting/ study areas. Reputation, breadth of product offering and aggressive pricing through a national group purchasing organization (HRG) were all factors in the selection of KI as an experienced partner. Kevin Christeson, Harris Stowe Director, Planning and Campus Expansion says, “We looked at several designs. KI impressed us with their timeliness and reputation.” Todd says, “There was a tight time frame and early budgets so it was critical to choose a furniture provider who could stay on time and on schedule. The furnishings needed to be flexible, easy to maintain and durable. They get used intensely and still look good.” KAI Senior Project Manager Ken Miller agrees, "The furnishings were the most significant part of the overall look. The public spaces are very nice.”

According to Baker, “The students now have their own community.”

Top: WireWorks panel system, Rapture chairs

Bottom: WorkZone desking, Impress task chair, Rapture chair

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