Koskela Learn - Ethically sourced and sustainable modern classroom & school furniture
Koskela Learn is a furniture solution for contemporary learning spaces in primary and secondary schools. Envisioned as a kit-of-parts, the adaptable school furniture products help teachers facilitate various types of learning in the classroom.
If you would like to know more about Koskela Learn, chat to our expert consultants.
Made in Australia
All Koskela products are proudly made in Australia. By supporting us you also support our manufacturing partners who employ skilled workers that produce high quality products backed by a 7-year warranty.
A portion of proceeds from the sale of this product go towards the Ginda Barri program at the Macleay Valley Workplace Learning Centre (MVWLC) in Kempsey. This program offers support for student mums, a high proportion who identify as First Nations, to continue their high school education.
Koskela products can be serviced to keep them looking like new and extend their life. Components are repairable or replaceable, so you can swap out a part rather than having to repurchase the whole. In most cases, this maintenance can happen onsite, reducing disruption and delays.
Koskela has ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Assurance and ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management certification. This certification provides independent verification to our stakeholders and customers that Koskela is committed to quality and improving environmental performance.
GECA is an Australian-based certification scheme, which ensures that products and services have a reduced environmental impact throughout their lifecycle. Qualifying Koskela products contribute towards environmental project schemes such as Green Star, LEED and WELL.
Koskela invests in the latest technology and innovative practices to reduce this product’s carbon footprint. Our organisation is committed to absolute zero, with no carbon offsets, by 2030. To keep us accountable we annually measure our carbon emissions and set goals for reduction.
This product embodies biophilic design principles: using natural finishes or finishes that mimic natural products, no straight lines or right angles, non-toxic materials and colours that reflect nature. Studies have shown that the adoption of these design principles has a positive impact in learning environments.
This product incorporates recycled materials. Diverting materials from landfill reduces the demand for raw materials and utilising waste as a resource contributes towards the circular economy.