David Karásek, Radek Hegmon
Bench as a landscape element. Long straight and wavy lines drawn by a lengthwise divided strip of wood. Palisade of the backrest as a counterpoint which disappears behind a recessed seat. Distinctive side silhouette defining the profile. One-sided or double-sided bench without backrest, elevated bench with backrest and other features create this extraordinary series of seating elements, surpassing the current scale and becoming itself an object in the landscape. It can serve as a standard bench in short sections or as an endless dividing element with seating function. All versions are available in straight and curved variants delivered in five basic radiuses. Their combination with straight sections of various lengths can create almost any curve. The only limit is a minimum radius of curvature determined by the properties of the wood, which makes 10 000 mm.
Solid steel galvanized support bear horizontally placed solid wooden lamellas on the seat, whilst these are placed vertically on the backrest. All variants are fitted at the ends with the cover highlighting the side silhouette, which is made of galvanized steel structure coated with powder paint finish.
Product group: Street furniture Exterior benches
Designer: Radek Hegmon David Karásek