Cinema Seating Plan
Audience sightlines, accessibility, and acoustics all make theater seating a hugely precise art. Cinema Seating plan is a style of commonly used event layout, consisting of chairs aligned in consecutive straight rows, generally facing a single direction. In a cinema hall or a theater, multiple levels are stacked vertically above or behind the stalls. The first level is usually called the dress circle or grand circle. The next level in the theater hall is called loge. As shown in the cinema seating plan, the best movie seats are located in the center, with three or four seats to the left and right. Any designer can create cinema design by using EdrawMax’s tools.
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