Conference rooms, multi-purpose rooms, rooms for institutional or recreational use or for associations, to be used as places to meet up, for meeting or as congress rooms, as informal theaters, to show movies or hold sports events; all these spaces need to be furnished with chairs that are handy to move, but especially comfortable to seat on. It is therefore key to choose training chairs where participants can sit for hours and not loose focus because they feel uncomfortable. As a matter of fact, the level of attention that physiologically slows down with the passing of time, declines more dramatically and quicker due to a poor posture and the pain that comes from it.
Training chairs the right model for any space
Choosing the right training chair is key to model an ideal space for discussion and mutual listening. The perfect chair has to have a generous seat and a not too rigid seatback that can upport the spine in the correct position.
There are various models to choose from depending on the use destination.
Training chairs with a writing tablet feature a worktop useful to take notes while listening. This option allows the audience to keep a high level of attention and therefore to also be ready to intervene if active participation is required or appreciated at a conference. This kind of chair is great for those meeting rooms that are not always able to accommodate all guests around a table. The writing table is a versatile accessory as it can be closed when not needed.
With or without writing table, training chairs with armrests allow to rest the arms during long meetings, while keeping a more correct posture.
In a multi-purpose room, where it is possible to shape the space as required on the occurrence, stackable training chairs and folding training chairs are certainly the best choice. They can be arranged across the room at the right moment when they are of use and be tidily stacked away in a corner, at the bottom of the room or in a dedicated storage for the remaining time. Folding or stackable chairs are also an ideal choice in case they are needed in different spaces or by more customers, also for rent.
Eventually, training chairs with linking device are the best option to neatly organize spacious areas in regular rows and save space.
What material to chose for training chairs?
The choice of the material for training chairs cannot be underestimated due to many aspects relating to the seating comfort, the room style, the average duration of events and the context where they will be used, whether it is indoor or outdoor.
Fabric training chairs with upholstered seating and at times seatback are maybe the most comfortable and make the environment look cozy and classy. However, they can be very delicate and difficult to clean. This is why some brands offer chairs covered in technical or stain-resistant fabric. This can be an optimal solution, in particular in case of frequent use.
Training chairs in plastic are more suited to informal environments and outdoor spaces. They generally feel less snug, but are easier to clean and maintain through time.
Nevertheless, even in this case there are top-quality materials and products able to counterbalance the weak points by making the seats softer and more comfortable.
For state meeting rooms, which are normally limited in size but require a higher degree of sophistication, it is possible to opt for leather training chairs or chairs in faux leather, or even small fabric armchairs.
How to furnish a conference room
To complete the furniture of a conference room, it is necessary to choose a table of a size that is adequate to host the speakers. It can be located at the bottom of the room, in a central position and higher than the audience seats.
Curtains, some somber decorations on the walls and some plants will contribute to make the environment look more appealing, cozy and relaxing, but devoid of opportunities for distractions. The room will inevitably be equipped with all the necessary technical set-ups such as computers, tv screens, audio stations, microphones, cameras and projectors.
Eventually, the acoustic and light of the environment needs to be carefully planned too, in order to afford fully functional space.