Because concrete is always on form.

They usually stand in the nettles far from the nice places – ugly benches with concrete bases and plain wooden boards. Here is an attempt at a modern interpretation of this overlooked element. The simplicity and directness remain, adding refinement of form and subtlety of detail. The result is original and entirely contemporary design, but one that is archetypally familiar to all. There are two versions of the bench with backrest and one without backrest, which can be assembled in long rows or in an arch or circle, or installed on a wall.

Solid concrete bases in two shades connected by hardwood or thermally modified wood slats. All auxiliary steel elements are galvanized or stainless steel. The bench can be surface mounted.

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