MBM’s Hussey Seating Auditorium Seating, UK. What’s interesting about this project, was how the proper use of the Auditorium seats made it look like the school was using MBM’s Retractable Seating System.
Night Navy Blue & Perfect White were the selection for this project, and the execution, as always, was superb.
MBM is capable of catering to all project requirements depending on the finishing level of the space with a wide range of finishing options for both the auditorium seating Abu Dhabi and the structure. Since MBM came into existence more than 25 years ago, one of our key strengths has been to help education facilities manage their spaces. The key solution is the use of telescopic seating systems to allow you to use it as a single space Auditorium and as an open space.
We did the installation for the Deira International School in Dubai in 2013 and with more than 500 seats, this is a prime example of how to manage a single space for multiple uses.
Our Partner for this project was Hussey Seating, USA and we have repeated this type of project throughout the Middle-east hundreds of times over.
MBM is capable of catering to all project requirements depending on the finishing level of the space with a wide range of finishing options for both the Retractable Seating Dubai and the structure. MBM can both supply and install platforms with benches or tip-up seats, and platforms with a more rigid base to allow for a quieter experience articulated towards theatres. It has been almost two decades since we completed our iconic scope at the Dubai Convention Center.
At the time of completion in 2002, this project was the single largest project that had been executed by MBM.
There was a total of 4,500 seats installed on the project between telescopic seats and portable beam seats. This project included a collaboration between Hussey Seating as the manufacturer of the telescopic platforms and Quinette Gallet as the manufacturer of the seats.
For the moveable walls, Modernfold was our partner of choice and together we installed more than 600 panels, each over 11m high.