The Buoy is designed to be off-balance, like its namesake bobbing device, though not as extremely as a Pilates ball; the idea is that the microadjustments you're continually making with your body are not annoying enough to be a hassle, but adequate to burn some calories. Also unlike a Pilates ball, the Buoy is height-adjustable.
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Luke Hayman and his team continue their work for active design with the graphics for FitNation, an exhibition at the Center for Architecture that looks at different ways built environments can help people stay physically fit.
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Active Learning Spaces In the book Get Active: Reimagining Learning Spaces for Student Success, the authors identify six types of active learning spaces that are essential for creating an engaging learning environment for students. While this research (and this book) are not specifically focused on school libraries, we are the ideal place in our schools … … Continue reading →
*** This idea is almost as strong as the solaris one...it also uses solid paired with image, but instead of a pattern, it has parallel lines and text. Would be interesting to see "mentor training" be cut out, also to play with parallel lines. That could be an interesting graphic image throughout the book...simple but striking.