Our work at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The first facility ever created specifically for jazz, the new home for Jazz at Lincoln Center (a.k.a. the Frederick P. Rose Hall) was designed to be flexible, allowing the space to be used for dance, opera, and symphonic music without compromise. Removable seating towers allow the space to be converted from a symphony in the round to a theatrical space, while maintaining an intimate feel.
This 100,000 square foot facility features the TSI Teatro A1 Chair for general audience seating, the Tier Occasional Chairs occupy the removable seating towers, and the removable Teatro A1 chairs are used when converting the facility for different performances.
Included in the contract:
- 876 Teatro A1 Chairs
- 36 Teatro A1 Removable Chairs
- 373 Tier Occasional Chairs
- ADA Removable Frames
- 126 Custom End Panels
- Seat and Row Identification Tags
- Curved Armcaps
- Offset Leg Frames