Cognitive and social functioning of the human brain is based on motor and sensory processing
Sensory integration is defined as a "neurological process that organizes our own senses and those of the environment, so that we can effectively use our body". (Ayres, A. Jean)
Children differ in their ability to process and respond to information within an environment while engaging in activities. One child may have difficulty sitting still during group time, while another may move little during free play outside. They react in different ways because each child integrates the information obtained through their senses from the environment differently. Most children process their daily experiences and regulate their responses with ease. But when a child is consistently having difficulty maintaining a level emotional state or engaging appropriately in activities, he may be overstimulated or understimulated.
each & Every child would benefit from a sensory intelligent environment
Sensory rich environment is usually reserved for therapeutic areas only. Common thing for most modern educational spaces & home learning areas is that they do not provide any sensorimotor situation during classes or studying. Actions by which the child is intuitively seeking them is usually interpreted as bad behavior or indifference.
Regardless of the presence of potential difficulties, every kid most likely fits in one or more neurological thresholds. They describe so-called extreme ways of interacting with the environment, and serve as direct guidelines for our design. Developed having in mind more challenging sensory needs, this kind of furniture can concurrently positively affect any child who interacts with it.