On Time. Designed Sedia Systems.
On Time works via multiple "un-hingeings"--the seat folds up and the sides fold in, thus reducing the rather commodious chair to the diminutive dimension of some 10" deep. Multiple seats can then be accordioned together along a metal storage rack with wheels. The horizontal arrangement certainly has its advantages over the vertically-oriented and oft-times perilous towers of stackable chairs, which I believe invoke a juvenile tendency to push the envelope to dangerous heights, as it were.
Other features of On Time include a super-durable internal steel frame, non-deformable seat and back padding, variable side heights, swiveling tablet arm, and casters, glides, or suction-cup feet. These multiple aspects promise dynamic conformance to a variety of public-seating challenges, and the vibrant upholstery options banish the all-too-familiar public palette of beiges and creams. All of which make the case for On Time's "best of" status as well as Sedia Systems contention that On Time is "ideal for meeting rooms and multi-use areas in businesses, schools, hotels and training centers."