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Teatro India former industrial complex

India Theatre

The Teatro India is the second location of the Teatro di Roma, created in 1999 from a former industrial complex also renovated by the will of the Municipality of Rome. Today it is a ductile structure, capable of adapting to the needs of the most modern representations. The choice of the name India was dictated by the desire to evoke a place rich in history and memories.

In 2015, the Capitoline Superintendence of Cultural Heritage of Roma Capitale commissioned LCF with the supply and installation of 300 seats inside the theatre. The armchairs chosen are the comfortable K800 armchairs customized ad hoc, with an intermediate infill covered with the same fabric as the armchairs, thus creating a harmonious and elegant environment.


Teatro India


Roma, Italia



Number of LCF seats


Armchair installed


K800 is a basic seat with a linear design, developed with the aim of offering an entry-level product with good quality and ergonomic properties. The minimal design of the k800 makes it perfect and easy to adapt to different types of both classic and modern contexts.