ARC ONE TURN & LEARN™ SEAT
The Turn & Learn™ seating concept is the result of the search for a system that allows the promotion of teamwork in the educational environment, so that students from different rows of seats and desks can interact with each other and work face to face.
The idea is to insert rows of fixed seats with rows of individual seats with the Turn & Learn system, which allows a 360º turn, so that work groups can be created between students in 2 different rows.
The system is based on the arrangement of a central foot anchored to the pavement, which incorporates an axis that acts as a support for the arm to which the seat will be fixed and as an element that allows 360º rotation of the seat. Extremely silent mechanism, practically maintenance free.
The seat chosen to make this system one of the most versatile on the market was the ARC One model, which can be used with the Wrimatic lectern if the seat is not to be placed behind a desk. The ARC One seat stands out for its comfort, thanks to the ergonomic shapes of the seat and backrest and a lumbar support, which provide an unusual degree of comfort in a seat of this size.
USES AND APPLICATIONS OF THE ARC ONE TURN AND LEARN SEAT
Due to its functionality, it can be used in classrooms in schools and universities, but also in other spaces where the versatility of this system is the best solution.
In a version with improved performance, in terms of comfort and aesthetics, the system allows the FT10 seat to be adapted with or without a Wrimatic lectern, widening the range of uses and spaces in which this system can be used.
The system is complemented by a wide variety of possibilities in the finishes of the tables or desks, in installations with straight or curved rows, adapting the manufacturing to each project.
ARC ONE TURN AND LEARN SUSTAINABLE SEAT
This product allows the use of upholstery woven with polyester yarns made from recycled PET bottles. In addition, to guarantee the closing of the materials cycle, each and every one of the elements used in its manufacturing can be recycled separately, thus reducing the ecological footprint.