Meeting and Conference Room Configurations

Theatre style (32 - 200 seats)

Theatre style seating is suitable for events such as seminars, lectures and press conferences. Seats can be arranged in circular, semi-circular, straight or angled rows facing a podium, head table or speaker. This is a flexible and efficient set-up for a large audience when reading or writing is not required.

Classroom style (18 – 90 seats)

Classroom style is suitable for events such as training and computer workshops. Rows of training tables with chairs are arranged facing a speaker or trainer and provide writing space for each participant. This set up is ideal for note taking and the use of computers. It is also the most comfortable set-up for long sessions and allows refreshments to be provided for each participant.

U-shape Style

The U-shaped style is suitable for board meetings, committee meetings or discussion groups where there is an audio-visual presentation or speaker involved.  A series of conference tables are arranged in the shape of a U, with chairs on the outside. This layout encourages interaction amongst attendees.

Boardroom (12-14 seats)

A rectangular, round or oval table is arranged with chairs around all sides and ends. This layout is often used for client meetings, committee meetings, board meetings or discussion groups, and creates a professional corporate image and an accommodating environment for discussions and formal meetings.

8 seats meeting room

A rectangular, round or oval table is arranged with chairs around all sides and ends. This layout is often used for interviews, meetings and small group discussions, and creates an accommodating environment for participants’ interaction during discussions and formal meetings.

4 - 6 seats meeting room

A rectangular, round or oval table is arranged with chairs around all sides and ends. This layout is often used for interviews, meetings and small group discussions, and create a good environment for participants’ interaction during discussions and formal meetings.