A Circular Bench off the Beaten Track
Before even being identified as a piece of furniture, Ondine insights attention for its complexity, conveyed by its simple and sustainable shape. This contemporary street furniture intrigues onlookers because it is alive, supple and mysterious. Divided into three identical sections, the creation can be continuously repositioned. It offers people the option of either sitting along its length or, more original, in a circle. Its organic curves and modularity enable a wide variety of possibilities for seated positions. Ondine therefore fits in to any urban environment
- Laser cutting
- Anti-corrosion primer and finishing
- Powder paint
- 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
- Outside diameter : 2450 mm
- Inside diameter : 1250 mm
- Height : 570 mm
- Weight : 300 Kg
For all of your customized projects :
After training first as a butcher and then as a carpenter, Michaël Bihain studied interior design at the Institut Saint-Luc Liège and the University of Hull.
He subsequently set up his Studio BihainProd in London. Currently he works with various companies (Swedese, Oboe, Aqus, etc.) on developing furniture and accessories, and designed interiors.
In parallel, he teaches interior design at the Institut Saint Luc Liège. Michaël’s work is featured regularly at international exhibitions.
The design museums of Seoul and Liege have acquired some of his work for their permanent collections.
Michaël’s designs are a focal point between our new lifestyles and the collective memory. They are characterised by evident lines and product autonomy.
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In the process of designing and manufacturing street furniture-cum-signage,
TF offers an wide scope of possibilities