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Frank

Park Bench

David Taylor

Frank revisits the classical park benches of previous centuries and updates them for twenty-first century urban centres. The bench is a simplified version of the decorated frames typical of Continental Europe that merges the armrests and the supports in a single expression. Traditional wooden slats form the seat and backrest, creating a silhouette that easily blends into a historic setting.

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160 cm
88 cm
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88 cm

Dimensions and weight

Length: 155 cm
Depth: 70 cm
Height: 83 / 47 cm
Weight: 38 kg

Materials

Mahogany.
Oiled Red Oak.
Sandcast Aluminum.
Cover-glazed Pine / Beech.

The frame in powder-coated, sand-cast 100 % recycled aluminum in Noir 2200 Sablé. The wooden parts are made in painted pine in light grey NCS S5502-B, oiled oak or mahogany.

Standard colours

NCS S 5502-B
Noir 2200 Sablé

Product number

U16-25 Frank soffa

Additional description number

A for pine in painted grey.
EK for oiled oak
MH for mahogany
IPE for oiled ipé. (outgoing material, only temporary)

Assembly and placement

Fully assembled.

Freestanding. The legs can be bolted to the surface.

Maintenance

Painted pine can be treated with alkyd oil enamel as needed.

Maintenance advice

Character

A contemporary version of the traditional park bench that combines the armrests and supports in one design.

Frank

Park Bench

David Taylor

Frank revisits the classical park benches of previous centuries and updates them for twenty-first century urban centres. The bench is a simplified version of the decorated frames typical of Continental Europe that merges the armrests and the supports in a single expression. Traditional wooden slats form the seat and backrest, creating a silhouette that easily blends into a historic setting.

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Designers

David Taylor

With a background as en electrician, one can say that David Taylor has always had a deep understanding and care for lighting. Ever since graduating University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in 1999, where he studied metall design, Taylor has produced a broad range of products exhibited in public spaces such as Östermalmstorgs subwaystation, the National Museum, Eskiltuna’s art center and Röhsska Museum. Taylor has recieved both the RED DOT award and Elle Interior’s design award. 

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