Great point as usual, Ted. TBH I didn’t even question his seating arrangement, I was more worried with the riser and the height problem, but that makes a lot of sense.Now try it with the front row with two seats, to accommodate the door's swing.
Indeed. If it was my room that’d be the way to go, no doubt. The height would be a problem, even using a semi-riser, but it’d look much better.You also might want the riser to extend to the back corners and run it full room width, to leverage the riser as a full range bass absorber
Like in image D, correct? I remember when we played with your theater's entry and tested different alternatives, I think that was the best solution. Here it could work very well too, IMO.Since I am a bit concerned about my 'height'... I am doing what I believe Tedd refers too... I am actually building a 'step height' riser outside my theater and into the main theater area. I'll then 'add' a 2nd step/platform for the 2nd row seating.
In your illustration, all of the 'non-2nd row' riser would be the same height at the step you show... and then just underneath the 2nd Row seating would be further elevated.
Thanks. Maybe in a few years if you decide to remodel or change color schemes. But looking at your room I doubt you feel the urge to do it, your theater looks beautiful as it it. Having the first row on a riser isn't very common, but from the photos it seems to look good. The overall look is very nice and makes a lovely room, congrats.Wow, wish I knew about this before I started building my theater....great service Silva!
If you are talking the rendered image silva will need to help. The chairs are palliser lemans.I skimmed the pages but might have over looked it, first amazing renders, and second anyway I could get the theater seating you used? I have been searching and searching but have not found a set that looks as good as the ones your using and as close as what I am looking for? thank you if you, no worries if you cant.