Key facts

Product:
Landi Inclusion lounger
Family:
Landi Inklusion
Manufacturer:
BURRI >
Architonic ID:
1564810
Country:
Switzerland
Launched:
2018
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Sun loungers >
Groups:
Seating-Sun loungers >

Product description

The Landi Inclusion lounger aims to make it as easy and simple as possible for wheelchair users to allow their gaze to wander into the heavens.

The centre of the lounger includes a surface for comfortable and convenient transfer from the wheelchair. In addition, the reclining surface takes greater account of the torso musculature and ergonomic requirements of the user.

The lounger can be identified by touch from all sides using a cane. The contours of the bench and table are particularly clear thanks to optimised contrast ratios.

The inclusive furniture is also appealing for other target groups. For example, accompanying persons can use the seat at the top of the backrest.

Realisation:
- Galvanized tubular steel frame
- Stainless steel screws
- Solid wood seat slatting
- NATWOOD® (thermo ash finish)
- Natural wood in larch
- Finishing slats fir wood painted white

Installation
- freestanding
- dowelled onto solid flooring
- concrete foundations for ground installation
- with adapters for discrete installation

Dimensions
- 2146 x 1200 x 986 mm
- Sitting height 463 mm
- Weight 75 Kg

Foundation
concrete
F3501: 350 x 300 x 150 mm
Weight 42 Kg

Product family

Concept

The public space should be used and enjoyed by everyone. The Landi Inclusion line makes this possible.

Working alongside the ZHAW Research Group for Open Space Management, the Swiss Association for the Blind and the ‘Swiss Center for Barrier-Free Architecture’, BURRI has developed a range of outdoor furniture that consistently translates this concept of inclusion into reality.

A high-contrast colour choice, tactile features, smooth seating surfaces of different heights help to make public spaces accessible to people with mobility and visual disabilities.

BURRI is producing the Landi Inclusion line in close collaboration with a related social institution.