Omnia Beam is a seat for conference halls and auditoriums notable for its durability and ergonomics. The model is produced by one of the leading companies in the office, contract and public area seating Aresline. The design of Omnia Beam was created by well-known Italian designer Giovanni Baccolini.
The Omnia Beam bench has a remarkably reduced number of floor-level fixing points while its performance and sturdiness remain unchanged. The seat and back of the model are made of natural beech ply-wood. The side panels are in tubular elliptical steel. The bearing beam of the seat is in tubular rectangular steel tube.
All metal parts of the Omnia Beam bench are black (or aluminum grey) painted with the small components protected by a black galvanizing process. The backrest and seat padding are made of fire-resistant polyurethane. The model comes with a table top that can be fixed or feature anti-panic movement. The frontal panel of the bench is in perforated steel plate. The model comes with document basket made of steel wire.