DESIGN MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

NorvaNivel design and manufacture innovative educational furniture and learning spaces. Our company was founded on the belief that every student deserves a learning environment that caters to their individual needs to foster innovation, collaboration, and creativity. From visual to hands-on learners, and those who require additional support, our furniture and agile spaces create contemporary, student-centred learning environments to give every learner the opportunity for success in school, and ultimately,  LIFE…...

“We believe in the power of creativity to improve the world for ourselves and our children. Our reason for being is to develop environments that foster engagement and inclusion.”

AVRON LEVIN Founder/Creative Director

LET GO…of the Classroom, and consider what makes for a true LEARNING SPACE.

“By giving students choices, you allow them to be comfortable and focus on the task at hand and focus on the skills you’re trying to teach them.”

Chris, Vice Principal

CASE STUDIES

READ ABOUT SOME OF THE EXCITING INCLUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS THAT WE HAVE CREATED!

Turlock Christian Elementary

Elementary School,California
How a diverse range of furniture has created learning engagement like never before.

Harbord Public School

Primary School, NSW
A new build fulfilling 'the vision for public education'.

St. Luke's Catholic College, Marsden Park

Primary School, NSW
Early Stage 1 and Stage 1 classrooms in an innovative learning community.

From the Blog…

The Story Behind the RockerOttTM. The Original Rockstar.

The award-winning NorvaNivel ROCKEROTT is the first of its kind. Lightweight, flexible, and truly versatile. The original RockerOtt was and still is a seating solution that can support learners through all their natural body movements and learning needs, as well as channel physical learners’ excess energy to focus on their tasks at hand.

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How COVID can make us better

COVID-19 has definitely impacted global education. How do we sustain distance (albeit temporarily) in learning environments while ensuring it doesn’t become the overriding principle in space design?

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