RAC round tables can seat seven to eight people per table
Crescent Half Round
RAC Conference Center at Houston provides Crescent half round setup with five people on each table and no attendee’s back is facing the instructor.
Good for participatory meetings of 22 people maximum. Eye-to-eye contact disappears if there are more people.
Classroom-style is arranged with straight rows facing the front, on either side of a center aisle. Elbow-room is vital; an eight-foot table will accommodate four chairs, but three is better if people are working with of lot of paper.
E-shaped is a variation of the U-shape to accommodate more people. Leave ample space in the center for people to move. You need a large room to accommodate this layout.
A very popular configuration for meeting room rental requirement, often used when participants require a lot of interactive discussion. It requires a large room even for relatively small numbers.
We are the best in providing meeting room rental services at Houston. Hexagon shape is a desirable variation of the hollow square configuration because it dramatically improves eye-to-eye contact for small groups where interaction is a factor.
Receptions for large groups of people should be organized with server bars and food stations. For a large reception where three or four bars may be set up, indicate bar locations with signs, or else people crowd the one nearest the door, leaving others virtually unused. A food station is best in the center of the room, not in the corners (especially, if that's where the bars are).
An arrangement for small discussion groups where a chairman or moderator sits at the head. The center row can be double tables if more space is required for note taking.
The usual set-up for large sessions where attendees listen more then participate. Avoid straight rows of chairs. Insist on arched or semi-circle arrangements to give attendees better visibility. Above all, give attendees room to shift in the chair without bumping into the person beside them. For any group larger than 100, you need an aisle, plus side access. For big convention sessions, it's best to have at least two wide aisles.
Good for relatively small groups where attendees are expected to participate. The speaker or leader usually works for the open end of the U, though a chairman or "committee" is best at the closed end. Chairs can also be placed inside the horseshoe.