Choose your seat in la Real Sociedad
The club relies again on the furniture of Enea. This time, it will be located in a new space, which has been built so the suscribers choose their seats for the next football season
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When we are already in the final stretch of the 2017/2018 season of LaLiga, la Real Sociedad has set up a new space in the ARCCO shopping center in the Amara neighborhood of San Sebastian so its subscribers can choose the seats in the new Anoeta stadium, which will be inaugurated the next football season.
For this Partner Service Centre, which has a size of 144 square meters and a modern and cozy decoration, the club has chosen some of our products. Specifically, we can find white and blue Ema chairs, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, which are characterized by their lightness, strength and stackability. This makes them suitable for any type of space.
In addition, the team suscribers will choose their locations on Folio tables and, in front of them, the club’s employees will have the comfort of the Lottus High Office chair, a version of the Lottus Office with a higher and more ergonomic back.
The first suscribers who will visit this new space in the ARCCO Amara shooping center are the ones who are located in the Aitor Zabaleta grandstand, which is currently under construction, and they will have been waiting for their turn on the relaxing curves of the Lottus wood Lounges, which are located around LTS System tables, also by Enea.
All this furniture will be located in different spaces that will be generated in the new stadium of the San Sebastian’s club after its rehabilitation.
It is not the first time that Enea works on a project together with La Real Sociedad. Our Lottus and Lottus Kids chairs and stools, as well as OH! chairs and tables, are already part of the furniture used to quip the differente areas of the Harrobi bar, recently inaugurated in the club’s building in Zubieta, while the Ema chairs were chosen to equip the different conference rooms of the current Anoeta stadium.
Photographs: Real Sociedad