DATE : 21/06/2016
“In a learning environment, color is believed to be able to cause positive or negative behavior such as
avoidance or withdrawal; therefore affecting performance and stimulating senses.”
- Procedia-Social & Behavioral Sciences Volume 90, 6th International Conference on University Learning and Teaching (InCULT 2012)
LG Hausys has launched its “Edustep” series, specifically designed and targeted for educational facilities, such as kindergartens, primary, middle,
high schools and colleges. Edustep series includes ABC, Leisure4.0, Allroad, Medistep Origin, Woven and Saferoad with variety of colors and functions.
Educational facilities experience the highest number of critical injuries. Slips, trips and falls often account for the majority of these accidents.
LG Hausys Saferoad ensures the safety for students, teachers, and staff within the educational facility, especially for walkways, stairs, pool areas and showers.
ABC is designed as a combination of overlapping irregular triangles with accent colors to inspire imagination.
Nature-inspired shapes and pops of accent colors are known to provide a sense of security to children, which in result, prolong their attention-span.
LG Hausys combined these elements to create an original wood visual intertwined with colored gradations.
Leisure 4.0 features solid colors and natural wood patterns which create a positive atmosphere for sports facilities.
Allroad and Medistep Origin do not easily get worn out by heavy traffic and feature outstanding resistance to stains and chemicals compared to its competitors'.
Unlike the existing flooring tiles for commercial facilities, the Edustep series by LG Hausys is a sheet-type flooring material that has no joins,
thus preventing residual contaminants in the joins. Thanks to its high resistance to contamination and chemicals, it is essential for educational facilities that value hygiene.
In addition, the LG Hausys’ Edustep series lines drew keen attention from the interior design community at Dubai INDEX, a design show held at the end of last May.