A modern church holds a myriad of functions. It is no longer a robust gothic building made of stone made for worship only. The architecture of the church has turned away from its dark medieval stereotypes and representation of distance, coldness and stiff reverence. The newer church buildings welcome light and luminous interiors and exteriors. When thinking about the interior of a church we must first ask ourselves – what are the functions of this building? The functions of a church include both traditional and much more flexible activities:
When we think of these events, they mostly involve a smaller or a larger group of people gathered in the building. No matter the nature of the activity, the people involved will most likely spend more than an hour in church. A good church will have the best church chairs for the visitors – for comfort and quality. Church auditorium seating is of great importance for the visitor of the service as well as for the wedding guests and choir singers. These chairs for church auditorium must meet the requirements of style, function and frequent use.
A light, illuminated and inviting church building is complete with a suitable choice of furniture. It is becoming more and more popular to choose warm-toned hues, wooden detailing, simple structures and flowing shapes in the church interior. The inspiration comes from the modern Nordic churches, for example, the famous Tromso arctic cathedral. Modern church chairs must support this interior and Plycollection offers multiple solutions. Church seating chairs are probably the most important functional part of church furniture ensemble. The company among others produces chairs for church halls and chairs for church auditoriums. Wooden church chairs work really well with different interior styles due to the variety of finishes, lightweight look and flowing design. The wood quality also allows a range of different varnish tones to match the design of the specific church. Usually, the auditorium of a church is designed to hold a great amount of light, even playful light angles hitting the room from strategically placed windows. This type of room calls for furniture that compliments the light and has natural shapes. Be it chapel chairs or church auditorium chairs – Plycollection is able to produce the right shade and shape of church chairs for the best churchgoer experience.
Classically, when thinking of church seats the first thing that comes to mind is the straight rows of benches. This has been a popular solution for hundreds of years. However, there are several disadvantages to this type of seating:
There are more points to mention but these should be enough to prove that the modern church auditorium can be improved upon by the use of stackable church chairs that Plycollection produces. When choosing Plycollection stackable chairs, there are plenty of advantages to mention:
Stacking chairs for churches are the contemporary solution that is both safe, environment-friendly and comfortable for the regular church visitors and guests at weddings, baptisms etc. The same chairs can be used and easily moved from the auditorium and be used as church choir chairs or hall chairs.
A church is a place for a variety of people and events, so the seating deserves extra attention and investment. Plycollection has a range of chair designs that will add the right amount of spark to any room. The three designs that work well with regular use, are stackable and provide comfortable seating are Flow, Zesty and Frame. The chairs have been designed by Swedish and Danish designers, keeping the Nordic quality and simplicity. Each design has its own special detail, but the common qualities of the chairs are:
Padded stackable church chairs – why not? Comfort and practicality allow the same set of chairs to be used in different situations. Plycollection is open to client ideas and requirements as well as originality. Birch church chairs, oak church chairs or wenge church chairs – it all depends on how much colour and personality the church would like to show. Designer furniture is not limited to office buildings or homes, it is meant to be used wherever comfort and quality are needed, and a perfect place for that is a church.