Flexible seating in halls and auditoria is often pretty inelegant. It takes forever to arrange and then pack away again.
Today’s invention is a single-piece solution. A sigmoid-section length of sheet material is used as both the seat, backrest and support for this form of seating, as shown. Once joined together, using pegs through the holes provided, these seats can be linked into rows for greater stability.
The vertical supports can be ‘telescoped’ and pegged at varying heights so that seats at the back of a hall can be higher than those at the front.
For storage, all the components can be stacked, hung from the walls of the hall or, reconfigured, provide decorative, sound absorbing screens.