Description:Our Big Book Teaching Centre has been successfully sold in its existing design for nearly 2 decades to Australian schools. We would like to modernize the design incorporating a number of new features whilst still retaining the functionality of the item. More detail in the attachments.
Wants:The new design should be:
Modern, visually appealing, multipurpose, similar size to current centre, safe ( will not easily fall over/rounded edges), easy to move, easy to assemble.
Don't Wants:Nothing too colourful - neutral colours, no sharp edges.
- AutoCAD (latest)
#3 big_book_teaching_centre_concept-1.stp by Karthikeyan Arumugam
#4 big_book_teaching_centre_concept-2.stp by Karthikeyan Arumugam
#7 big_book_teaching_centre_concept-3.stp by Karthikeyan Arumugam
#8 big_book_teaching_centre_concept-4.stp by Karthikeyan Arumugam
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