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Moveable seat options?

Theater for new house under construction will have fairly common two rows of seating with riser for second row and bar behind second. Plenty of width, probably 5 seats up front and at least 5 in second row.

I've thought about the possibility of non traditional second row seating... Something that could be moved and grouped into a little more casual and social setting for watching sporting events

Like maybe ekornes stressless type seating? Not sure how that would look with different front row seating or whether it would all need to be the same.

Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Theater for new house under construction will have fairly common two rows of seating with riser for second row and bar behind second. Plenty of width, probably 5 seats up front and at least 5 in second row.

I've thought about the possibility of non traditional second row seating... Something that could be moved and grouped into a little more casual and social setting for watching sporting events

Like maybe ekornes stressless type seating? Not sure how that would look with different front row seating or whether it would all need to be the same.

Any thoughts or suggestions?
You could just do matching 2 arm chairs that can be moved around. It would take up more space but you could get the space saver models we offer like HT Design Belmont or Warwick.

You could do a traditional row seating in front row and then some 2 arm chair in back row. Those could be moved or placed wherever you want.

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I've thought about the possibility of non traditional second row seating... Something that could be moved and grouped into a little more casual and social setting for watching sporting events
For the second row you may use the same seating, but create a 3/4/5 seat couch, and possibly use removable portable armrests when you need them in between the seats.

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For the second row you may use the same seating, but create a 3/4/5 seat couch, and possibly use removable portable armrests when you need them in between the seats.
A couch is a thought.
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Let me know if I can help with that.

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