The Swing Arm seating system was developed to support collaborative learning styles with its innovative 'swing away' seats. Students can rotate to form small work groups with others behind them.
The system can be adapted to any layout by utilizing straight or curved rows, on flat, sloped or tiered floors. Larger desks can be provided as the system will fit on narrower tread depths than other systems.
Each pair of seats has a 'swing away' pivot arm and an intermediate leg. The intelligently designed office style seats rotate to give a continuous line of sight of the lecturer and other students.
The Swing Arm system is ideal for higher education and corporate learning environments, creating a business-like aesthetic.
Frenchay Campus, Collaborative Learning at UWE
UWE, Bristol is a public university in the city centre of Bristol. The main campus is at Frenchay known as The Business and Law Building.
The building contains a 300 seat lecture theatre and 2 Harvard lecture theatres....