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Stripes planter
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Product description

The starting point for STRIPES was the idea of creating large, solid seats in the urban environment, a bit like ottomans or rafts. The range has turned into a modular system consisting of two primary modules, a rectangle and a semicircle, which can be combined to create benches in all different shapes and sizes.

The name STRIPES comes from the gap between the slats in the seat, which continue down the steel frame. Deliberate use is made of the rhythm of the stripes when joining several modules to create the illusion of one large bench.

STRIPES modules can be positioned singly or joined together and, where relevant, integrated with an existing or new tree, acting as a tree guard. The modules have free-standing feet, so they are raised off the ground slightly.The steel details are hot-dip galvanised (901) and designed for long-term use. Choose from nearly 200 different RAL colours for powder coating (900). All screws and fittings are supplied in acid-resistant or stainless steel.

Products with wood comes with linseed-oil-impregnated PEFC-certified pine from Scandinavia. Hot-dip galvanized and powder-coated standard products with wood can also be supplied with Kebony Radiata®. Oiled oak or ash recommended indoors.

Product family


STRIPES is a modular furniture system with rectangular and circular benches that can be used on their own or in countless combinations. It comes in various sizes and is available with an opening for trees and plants.