725 seats for the concert hall in Riga (Latvia)

725 seats for the concert hall in Riga (Latvia)

The new Concert Hall Riga has chosen our factory as the supplier of auditorium seating

 

Furniture Factory Premiere was chosen as the supplier of seats for the auditorium concert hall Riga in Riga.

Customer from Latvia for a long time it was looking for producer of theater seats in order to give up the costs for the services of subcontractors. Since the factory sells chairs exclusive own production, our pricing was more than reasonable for the customer.

For the concert hall selected budget model theater seats at a pace that in performance is not as good as other more expensive models of chairs with folding seats. After gathering all the necessary technical information about the room (room size, the presence of aisles, columns, stairs, slope of the floor), our technicians have offered the optimum configuration of seats.

Check was divided into two parts: 500 seats were made on racks providing fastening to the floor, seat rest 222 has been performed on the mobile sections. Thus, the customer can change the total number of seats in the room: free the space in front of the stage or add additional rows of spectator seats during a sold-out performances.

Atjaunotā koncertzāle "Rīga".

Reclining seats made on a solid metal frame with powder coating that prevents corrosion. For upholstery used a special cloth for public spaces. Its main feature – the color fastness and durability. In stock factory always have stocks of fabrics in basic colors. Chairs for theaters and concert halls have been equipped with wooden armrests varnished with a high degree of crystallization.

Atjaunotā koncertzāle "Rīga".

For Latvian customers, we have the service of customs clearance and delivery to the destination. Cinema chairs always transported disassembled.

Together with the party chair has been sent to the customer detailed instructions for assembly. Currently the chair has successfully assembled and waiting for the opening concert of the hall, which is scheduled for September this year.