Les Acolytes

Urban Bench without backrest

When thinking about a bench for the Manufacture de Saint-Étienne, we based our reflections on the various activities observed within the space: smoking a cigarette, eating, resting for a moment, working, etc. – and we chose to create a collection of benches and seats with different heights, depths and lengths. Each version can be utilised as the user sees fit. These modules make it possible to develop permanent combinations within the space, and to create gathering places.

In considering the metal sheet and how it is worked, we chose to fold the sheets and lay them like animal skins stretched on a structural base. The perforations highlight this idea, by recalling the fur of an animal.

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  • Steel
  • Galvanised Steel


  • Laser cutting
  • Folding
  • Welding


  • 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


Les Acolytes

  • Lenght : 900 mm
  • Width : 836 mm
  • Height : 303 mm
  • Weight : 37 kg


  • Lenght : 1000 mm
  • Width : 608 mm
  • Height : 453 mm
  • Weight : 34 kg


  • Lenght : 2485 mm
  • Width : 608 mm
  • Height : 453 mm
  • Weight : 67 kg

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/ Carol Landriot & Astrid Amadieu

Currently finishing her master studies at the Higher School of Art and Design in Saint-Étienne, Carol Landriot focuses her work on the connection between the human body and its environment, working on everyday objects. Her projects enquire about the use but also about objects as emotion transmitters

Born in 1992 in Grenoble, Astrid Amadieu is currently a student in the final year at the Higher School of Art and Design in Saint-Etienne, where she continued her graduation project. Her work explores different spaces, urban, domestic and industrial.The object, the use and the need form her three main axes of interest. Her designer work aims to respond to requests, questions and specific and varied needs. The discoveries in technology and materials feed and update her reflections.

Carol Landriot & Astrid Amadieu

/ 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.


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