Rows of tables with 2 or 3 chairs at each one, with tables arranged to face the front of the room. Appropriate when the conference is an informational type presentation. The presenters are providing the information, with some dialogue with the audience.
Rows of chairs facing the front of the room, usually divided by center and/or side aisles. Maximizes meeting room space utilization. Theater works well when the audience needs to take minimal notes and/or the presentation is 2 hours or less in length.
Boardroom - Conference Layout
Six-foot or eight-foot conference tables clustered in the center of the room to form on solid surface. Chairs are placed around the perimeter of the tables. Small "brainstorming" sessions when the group does not have designated presenter/leader. They provide plenty of workspace for each person and good communication/visual lines for each participant.
Boardroom - U-Shape Layout
Six-or eight-foot conference tables placed end to end in the room to form the shape of a U. Chairs are placed around the outside of the U. Small groups that require conversations between the presenter and audience, as well as the conversations between the participants.
Boardroom - Hollow Square Layout
Six- or eigh-foot conference tables placed in a rectangular outline with open space in the middle. Chairs are placed around the perimeter of the square. Small "brainstorming" sessions when the group does not have a designated presenter/leader. They provide plenty of workspace for each person and good communication/visual lines for each participant.
Banquet Style Used for food functions, standard round tables of either 60 or 72 inches in diameter are used to seat 8 to 12 people.
Half Moon Rounds Seating around half of the table so all are facing towards the front with no one's back to the presenter.
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