Fixed audience seating refers to the raised indoor chairs that we use in theaters, auditoriums, lecture halls and churches. Their most basic function is to provide a location for individuals to be seated at a venue or facility where many people are present. Fixed audience seating is commonly organized in rows on flat or pitched floors with level terraces. The seating layout should allow an audience to clearly see and hear a speaker, show or performance. Depending on the use or application, in both new and existing facilities, fixed audience seating may be of a basic design, meeting the minimal functional requirements of a space, or they may be of a fashionable design, not only meeting the functional requirements of a space but also enhancing the architectural motif by employing aesthetically pleasing fabrics, finishes and details.