15 degrees is good for the back angle, but you should also slope the seat base down towards the back 5 degrees also. this stops people sliding forwards when they lean back and maintains the ideal 100 degree angle for lounging michaels last point is extremely good advice. i did exactly that at and learned a lot.
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those who have a banquette or bench seating in your home, how deep is the seat, and at what angle is the back? we are building one, and the space we have for it is pretty flexible. we want it to be comfortable! what is the optimum seat depth? and the slanted back seems way more comfortable than a st
wanted: a better economy class. across an entire row much like a bench. individual parts of the seat can be molded and armrests moved, letting passengers adjust the seat width, height and
ed mulligan, cape cod >jay - the mock-up is an excellent idea. smaller back angles (100 degrees between the seat and back) are good for eating, working etc. larger angles (120 degrees) are good for lounging, watching tv etc. i'd start with 100 degrees for a built-in bench for eating. the seat