Meeting Room Layout


U-Shape
  • Seating around three sides of the room – good for presentations from front
  • Square layout conducive to discussion
  • Presentation space in the middle of the room

Boardroom Style
  • Centrally located table
  • Classic layout ideal for debate and discussion
  • Popular for smaller meetings

Theatre Style
  • Used for product lunches, presentations and displays
  • Used to present to large numbers of delegates
  • Can sometimes be titled as tiered with seating rasing towards the back of room

Classroom Style
  • Used to present to small to medium groups
  • Delegates (in ones or twos) have own workspace
  • Ideal for testing and individual training

Herringbone Classroom Style
  • Tables angled towards centre
  • Allows more discussion than ordinary classroom layout

Cabaret Style
  • All delegates facing front-centre on round tables
  • Ideal for small-group work

Circle of Chairs
  • Chairs laid out in a semi circle around the room
  • Ideal for group discussion or debate

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