The look of Baldanzi and Novelli's C 600 Auditorium Seating System for Sedia Systems reminds me of the mise en scene of Wall*E. I don't mean the clunky look of the film's namesake, as charming as he is, but rather the modern, slim, dare-I-say-Sexy, and ultra functional aesthetic of Eve, the film's other hero(ine).
C 600 Auditorium Seating. Designed by Baldanzi and Novelli. Manufactured by Sedia Systems.
Sedia Systems C 600 Enhances the Functionality of Auditorium Space
Whether the venue in question is a concert hall, an elementary school common space, or an outsized lecture hall at a large university, Sedia Systems C 600 Auditorium Seating offers a propitious solution to the often problematic mechanics of filling and emptying such spaces.
I'm certain we can all relate to the frustrations of having to pull in the knees or contort the torso as latecomers push past, eager to find an unoccupied seat. C 600's slim silhouette and ergonomic styling all but eliminate this inconvenience. The seat's ultra compact footprint and super tight closing system "enhances comfort and freedom of movement while facilitating audience inflow and outflow."
Operational ease further enhances this problem-free ingress and egress-the C 600 seats feature synchronized auto up-lift seats and backs, meaning the C 600 does the work for you. And-when closed-it hugs in on itself to create the slim, contoured silhouette evocative of Wall*E's intended.
The C 600 system boasts further futuristic features as well: Sedia Systems offers C 600 seating with or without anti-panic tablet arms, sheet metal back guards, seat and row numbering, and row terminal lights. The system accommodates itself to multiple installation configurations, including flat, sloped, tiered, or arcing floors.
About the Manufacturer: Sedia Systems is an industry-leading manufacturer of seating systems for auditoriums. The company is especially known for their fixed product line, which offers "multiple options that optimize room capacity including seating systems that can be installed in rows as narrow as 31.5 in., with compact on-center seat spacing as close as 20 in." The Chicago/High Point, NC based company also offers stack seating, task chairs, lounge chairs, and training tables, but you're most likely to encounter some of Sedia's supple systems in the rarefied environs of edification, as Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Emory, and N.C. State all make use of Sedia's compact, functional, and safety-enhancing Auditorium Seating Systems.