A premium product to enhance the customer experience where comfort is paramount.
surround yourself in comfort
deeper boutique seats and unobstructed sightlines
With cinemas increasingly looking for new ways to combat the home entertainment revolution, improving the comfort of customers has become a recognised means of enticing more people to visit cinemas. Pullman seating is the chief means of giving customers more seating space, better lumbar support and uninterrupted sightlines.
Perfectly designed for boutique screening venues, where patron satisfaction is more important than packing the space with seats. This range gets creative with how big they can get. Pullman seats have wider arms and deeper seats for full arm chair-like comfort.
These seats can be customised to fit any style of screening room. We manufacture and design Pullman to meet particular auditorium requirements to reconcile the need for customer comfort and revenue.
What makes a Pullman Cinema
case example: Regal Cinemas
bespoke seating for a boutique cinema
It goes without saying that boutique cinema seating needs to exhibit first class workmanship and durability in order to achieve the desired goals of longevity and value for money. The Regal Cinema Pullman seating was designed to provide a visible upgrade to the main seating:
‘We approached Kirwin & Simpson in January of 2012 with a requirement for a modest number of cinema seats in standard and luxury format – we knew what we wanted but needed a manufacturer who could cater for our individual requirements, produce our bespoke design, meet our very tight deadline and work with our limited budget. We had tried other UK and European producers but none was able to offer exactly what we needed for our boutique cinema. We were delighted with the way K&S responded from the very first contact – they helped us achieve exactly what we had in mind, without compromise, within budget and on time. The whole team worked hard to achieve this and we look forward to working with them again.’
Regal Cinema Melton Mowbray – Tony Mundin