Guest and Waiting Chairs
Waiting chairs are used in waiting rooms or in classrooms, while guest chairs are used inside the offices to accommodate guests.
Both types of seating are characterised by the fact that they have a fixed base (therefore they are not on castors) and do not have special adjustment mechanisms, since their function is to accommodate people for a short period of time.
As regards the seats to be integrated in the waiting rooms or in front of the reception desk, we recommend easy washable and light seats, since many people will use them. However, they should be characterized by a strong aesthetic impact and should follow the general furnishing of the company and its communicative language. They must be coordinated with tables, magazine accessories or sofas (click here to view the assortment of sofas and poufs).
There are also waiting benches, often used in waiting rooms of surgeries or public institutions, which can also be attached to the floor and have integrated support tables.
In classrooms or large meeting rooms, stackable seats are used, so that they can be easily moved according to the number of participants, and seats with accessories such as writing tables or bag holders.
The guest seats, on the contrary, are coordinated with the operator’s seat (be it an operative or executive seat), and are therefore chosen from the same series and with the same colors and coverings; you can view the assortment of operative seats at this link and that of the executive seats by clicking here.
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