Posted in materials on June 25, 2014 3:16 pm EDT

Sedia Systems’ JumpSeat Springs into Action in Public Spaces

The award-winning JumpSeat is a compact chair design that's ideal for auditoriums, theaters and public assembly areas.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

Plywood and steel create the backbone of the JumpSeat’s cantilevered structure.

Sedia Systems' Public Spaces product line is said to provide the ideal solution for multiple areas including lobbies, waiting rooms, hallways and group meeting areas. From the collaborative M60 Quad to the award-winning JumpSeat and JumpSeat Wall, these space-saving products are ideal answers to specifiers’ needs for innovative public seating.

The award-winning JumpSeat is a compact auditorium chair that is ideal for auditoriums, theaters and public assembly areas. Plywood and steel create the backbone of the JumpSeat’s cantilevered structure. Folding to less than four inches thick when not in use, the compact seat allows for the maximum amount of people in the minimum amount of space.

• Flex spring seat

• Supports up to 600 pounds

• Straight or radius row configurations

• Flat, sloped or tiered floor installations

• Manufactured with NAUF plywood

Options

• Armrests

• 3D upholstered foam

Finishes

• SEAT & BACK: Birch Plywood, or Veneer

• UPHOLSTERY: Fabric or Vinyl

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