November 11, 2010
| by Robert Archer
Not all home theaters are multipurpose rooms, but almost all multipurpose rooms can be home theaters.
That’s why you may need to get comfortable on a sofa for a movie night, rather than a typical-style chair you may see in a dedicated theater room.
Formations by Christopher Vlaun is a fine furnishings line created for the custom and specialty electronics markets that allows consumers to add unique pieces to their home theater setups, especially where comfort and aesthetics might override number of seats, or tiered seating, in priority.
Among the products in the Formations line is the modular Avanti series, which provides homeowners with a versatile seating solution that can be configured in a number of ways to conform the usage habits and room layout of clients that want a modern-looking, comfortable seating solution.
The Avanti, like the other products in the Formations product line, is constructed using kiln-dried hardwoods, as well as the company’s unidirectional webbed suspension seating techniques, single-coil springs and high-density foam.
Bob is a dedicated audiophile who has been writing about A/V for Electronic House sister publication CE Pro since 2000.