CINEAK’s Bruges Theater Seating Has Timeless Design with Historical Roots


Timeless Design with Historical Roots

Jan. 01, 2011 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Bruges chair, is named after the enchanting and classical city of Bruges. This canal-based city, located in the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium, is often referred to as “The Venice of the North”. It’s architecture reflects its splendor during the medieval era of Western Europe.

The “Bruges” chair features a steel motorized incline mechanism. The lower back allows for acoustical freedom, while not loosing the necessary support. For those who need extra support, an optional headrest is available. The “Bruges” chair is available as a stand-alone chair, or can be configured into straight or curved row seating.

Designed in partnership with James Theobald:
Working alongside most notably Theo Kalomirakis, James felt the need to design a more classical chair for use in their projects. A timeless design was sketched and together with our master craftsman, the “Bruges” chair was created. Beautiful piped stitching follows the chair curves, while the back cushion is detailed with tufted buttons to complete the look. The seat offers comfort from a zigzag seat support and a webbed backrest, for hours of enjoyment.

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