Bench

Bench or the Bend Bench is a conceptual park bench that relate itself to its surroundings in the Millenium Park of Chicago. Blending in with the BP Pedestrians Bridge and Jay Pritzker Pavilion by Frank Gehry, it possesses the undulating curves qualities with the metal body in contrasting the wooden planks.

 

This fascinating park bench comprises of a bent seating surfaces adding to the overall funkiness of the distorted form. Being highly sustainable and repairable, this benches are consider to be contemporary and complementary pieces that adds on to its surrounding iconic structures.

James Sua - Bench, 2015,

made of teak wood plank & stainless steel, dim 46 x 132 x 38 cm,

Furniture Design (CCC) with Kevin Henry,

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