contemporary street furniture-21s
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Contemporary Street Furniture

Over the past decade, the city has changed, green modes of transportation are overtaking the car, vegetation is increasing its presence, riverbanks are being upgraded, and public spaces are being looked at as real living and sharing spaces in which one must feel good.
TF urban partnered with Marc Aurel to design a bench with backrest that responds to this evolution. 21s offers both simplicity and elegance of line, but also plenty of innovation. This urban bench expresses lightness, blending into the landscape while adding a touch of elegance that upgrades the space. This contemporary street furniture also creates a new offer, with its base available in a choice of stainless steel, wood or ceramic, all interchangeable.

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Technical features


  • Stainless steel
  • Seat in stainless steel, wood or ceramic depending on version


  • Bending
  • Welding
  • Folding
  • Sanding


  • Rilsanisation


  • Concrete, tile, paving :
    Mounting with mechanical anchoring or chemical anchoring according to the nature of the ground.
    Or in option TF’s mounting set
  • Bitumen :
    Please consult us


BANC 21s

    Chair :


  • Height : 810 mm
  • Lenght : 780 mm
  • Width : 600 mm


    2 seat bench :


  • Height : 810 mm
  • Lenght : 1260 mm
  • Width : 600 mm


    3 seat bench  :

  • Height : 810 mm
  • Lenght : 1750 mm
  • Width : 600 mm

Weight : Please contact us.

For all of your customized projects :

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Marc Aurel

Since 1996, Marc Aurel has supported the development of public space and contributed to the emergence of an urban landscaping approach that honors spaces and their uses. He participated in the first major urban development project in France – the one undertaken by the city of Lyon in 1990 – and evolved in parallel with the biggest European manufacturers of street furniture. He’s the designer of the Paris T6 tramway (2014), the experimental bus station at the Gare de Lyon (2012), bench and lighting projects for Paris (2013), the Metz BRT (2013) and for the downtown districts of Beirut (2013), Poitiers and Toulouse (2013) kept pace with the development of his industry and is now contributing more than ever to the emergence of an urban character.

Studio TF


/ TF manufacturing

In the process of designing and manufacturing street furniture-cum-signage,
TF offers an wide scope of possibilities
– implement various materials through both traditional and ultra contemporary techniques. In the end, TF work closely with different designer, respecting their creative vision and thus contributing to the overall success of their products.