Profurn is at the helm with the M60 Swing Away Seat and Table Systems.
July 5th, 2013
Distributed by Profurn, The M60 Swing Away system is a new release in collaborative, fixed, lecture hall seating designed by James Morrow.
The modular seating system is simple in design whereby two independently movable chairs are mounted on a single pedestal replete with table. The chair swivels and pivots on a horizontal plane and it returns to a uniform position when unoccupied.
The system can adapt to any room layout by utilising straight or curved rows and on flat, sloped or tiered floors. The swing away system enables the seat to turn completely around allowing full collaboration with those sitting behind. The removable panel in the leg enables power and data distribution.
Developed to accommodate a wide range of seat and finish options, the M60 system has optional extras such as modesty panels, end panels, integrated wire management, and power and data modules. It incorporates power and data support accompanied by a self-centering seat return that offers consistent seat count and room uniformity.
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