The Novus chair is a modern auditorium seat, which can be used in religious building (such as syngogues and churches) and town halls.
The whole of the Novus chair has been designed to have all of the seat components fixings hidden from view. The seats also feature concealed seat pivot mechanisms.
The Novus seat features a tip-up armrest, which can help improve walkway clearance. When the chairs are installed in a continuous arrange, the tip-up armrests enable the seating to be used as a bench to allow increased capacity.
The Novus seat can be supplied with fixed armrests or with the armrest removed completely.
The Novus chair has been built to meet the requirements of the FIRA test requirements.
One of our previous Novus seat installations is the Luton Town Hall. You can read the full Luton Town Hall case study.