Harvard Style Lecture Theatre Seating


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Harvard style lecture theatres were developed by the prestigious Harvard Business School in 1908. The American school successfully demonstrated the ‘horse-shoe’ seating format to be an effective method of improving collaboration in lectures.

The Harvard lecture theatre arrangement can incorporate either a standard lecture seat or our Inova ‘turn and learn’ seating.  Early consultation during the design process is highly recommended to provide the best solution for the client.

We have now successfully completed a number of Harvard style lecture theatre seating projects at leading UK based universities where we provided a solution to both the client and architect running the project from concept through to completion

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  • Variable dimensions
  • Wide choice of finishes
  • Disabled provision for power and data if required
  • Cable management
  • Wide range of LED aisle lighting available, please enquire

Durham University, a leading university, recently installed new Harvard style lecture theatre seating. Find out more about Durham University's Harvard style lecture theatre seating in our case study. 

We have previously worked with Aston University to install 176 Vario Harvard style lecture theatre seating in the Sumpner lecture hall. View the Aston University Harvard style seating case study

We are always happy to answer any questions and would appreciate the opportunity to expand on the many benefits of the Harvard style and our other lecture theatre seating options. Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email for an informal discussion of your requirements.

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