Termini Seat

Termini Seat is a place to rest in waiting rooms and between journeys in busy transit hubs. The generous back provides lumbar support, with armrests for easy egress. Side table comes as an option and is big enough for your coffee, bag and broadsheet. An indoor seat suitable for hospitals, airports, stations, interchanges and service centres.

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Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

Termini Seat is a place to rest in waiting rooms and between journeys in busy transit hubs. The generous back provides lumbar support, with armrests for easy egress. Side table comes as an option and is big enough for your coffee, bag and broadsheet. An indoor seat suitable for hospitals, airports, stations, interchanges and service centres.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open BrochureOpen Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.

made in australia

Termini seats are proudly designed and manufactured in Australia.

smart integration

A table to place your coffee and sandwich also offers WiFi, wireless charging, USB and power outlets and blue LEDs for safety, ambience and ease of use.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $700 - $3850
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information

MCODE
CMT1

DIMENSIONS
680W x 885H x various lengths (mm)
26 3/4" W x 34 13/16" H x various lengths

LEGS AND MOUNTING
Legs may require basic assembly on site. 
01 Splay Wide
               • Surface Fixed
               • Subsurface Fixed
               • Freestanding
02 Arch
               • Surface Fixed
               • Subsurface Fixed
               • Freestanding
04 Pedestal
               • Surface Fixed
               • Subsurface Fixed
05 Post
               • Surface Fixed with Cast Base
               • Subsurface Fixed with Base Plate
               • Core Drilled (300mm below ground)
06 Tee Wide
               • Surface Fixed
               • Subsurface Fixed
               • Freestanding with
07 Wall Wide
               • Fixed to side of wall
11 Plinth
               • Fixed on top of wall

PANEL
Polyurethane in fine textured finish. 
Hardness - 90 shore A.
• Polyurethane Black
• Polyurethane Terracotta
• Tailored 

FRAME
• Cast Aluminium Powder Coated
  (see colour chart)
• Tailored

CONFIGURATION
• 3-seater
• 4-seater
               • No Table
               • With Left-Hand Table
               • With Right-Hand Table
               • With Middle Table
• 2 plus 2 with PowerMe™ Table
• Tailored

TABLE
• High Pressure Laminate, Sentry
• High Pressure Laminate, Sawn Lumbar
• High Pressure Laminate, Split Cedar
• High Pressure Laminate, Brushed Beam
• Tailored

ARM
Composite polyamide (6-25% glass + 
15% mineral filled) in fine textured finish.
• None
• Composite Polyamide Charcoal
• Cast Aluminium Triangle
               • Polished
               • Powder Coated (see colour chart)
• Tailored

ARM QUANTITY
• 2 End Arms
• Arms for Every Seats
• Tailored 

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.
For a tailored solution please contact a sales representative.


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Albury Railway Station

A loving heritage restoration sees this historic building furnished with brand new Termini Seats. Albury Railway Station first opened in 1882, when it was seen as a turning point towards Australian Federation as it was the first large transit stop to be built on the border of Victoria and New South Wales. The two states still used different gauge train tracks, so the longest undercover platform in the southern hemisphere (at the time) was built at Albury, to allow passengers to transition between lines. The Australian National Heritage List reports, “The connection of the New South Wales and Victorian railway systems at Albury-Wodonga gave a dramatic boost to the cause of Federation. “The connection was a long-heralded and much-vaunted engineering achievement, which was crowned with the architectural triumph of Albury Railway Station Building.” More than 130 years on, the grand, symmetrical Victorian Italianate building …

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