Urban indoor bench without backrest
An undulating bench transcending order and chaos
Sitting down, surveying the ground to find the most suitable spot; a flat area with no dirt on which to stretch out, Interférences flirts with the idea of lying completely flat on the ground. Its lower surface undulates and teases the ground with just a few contact points. Its upper surface, flat and level, invites people to rest for a moment before heading off to rejoin the continum of urban flow.
Just like a public area in movement, Interférences oscillates between order and disorder, a balance generating creativity and conviviality – beauty in chaos, a way of adapting to different public universes.
- 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
- Length : 1628 mm
- Width : 660 mm
- Seat height : 440 mm
- Weight : 75 Kg
For all of your customized projects :
Graduate of ENSCI, Les Ateliers in 2003, (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Les Ateliers, Paris), Alexandre Moronnoz operates as a self-employed designer in Paris. He alternates research projects, commissions and collaborations, which allows him to explore a variety of areas.
Two urban furniture projects – Y in 2006 developed with VIA, and Interférences in 2007 for Brussels Environment – marked a strong line between the object and the space, in his personal research and his approach to projects. He approaches the object like an architecture, integrating the questions of context and environment into the design.
For him, design is an attentive act; he considers the entirety of his responses to be the generators of the environment.
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