All About the Termini Seat

Our brand new seat for waiting areas is also the subject of our first-ever product demo video. Street Furniture Australia is bringing outdoor know-how to interior seats ideal for airports, interchanges, transport, health and service centres.

Termini is proudly designed and made in Australia to provide lasting comfort while you wait for your flight, train, ferry or bus, or your next appointment.

The generous back provides lumbar support and is made from polyurethane in a smooth fine-textured finish. Armrests are set at a high angle to help elderly people, or those unsteady on their feet, to sit and stand up.

The modular design comes as 2, 3 or 4 seater options, with low tables available anywhere you like along the axle. The wide, low table is a generous size to place your belongings, your laptop and your coffee.

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