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Back Bench

Peter Andersson & Mats Aldén

Designed with minimal detailing, the table and bench balance on two legs, but form a single signature style. The seat and backrest create a comfortable place to sit and take in the surroundings. The bench is accompanied by a two-tiered pedestal table that can be positioned in front of the bench, or on either side. Together, the table and bench provide space for coffee breaks or snacks. Grow is a practical choice for food courts, shopping centres and transport hubs.

Dimensions and weight

Sofa Width: 187 cm Height: 47/88 cm Depth: 88 x 65 cm

Materials

FSC-labeled oiled Jatoba.

FSC- certified Jatoba wood. Powder coated steel in RAL 3007.

Standard colours

RAL 3007

Product number

U17-16M Grow sofa, wood jatoba, steel, groundproof
U17-16N Grow sofa, wood jatoba, steel, attachable
U17-17M Grow table, groundproof
U17-17N Grow table, attachable

Additional description number

M ground mounted
N attachable.
C for any color on steel, at an additional cost.

Assembly and placement

The furniture is bolted to the ground or alternatively cast into the ground.

Maintenance

Oak is oiled regularly.

Character

Designed with minimal detailing, the bench balance on two legs, but form one signature style.

Grow

Back Bench

Peter Andersson & Mats Aldén

Designed with minimal detailing, the table and bench balance on two legs, but form a single signature style. The seat and backrest create a comfortable place to sit and take in the surroundings. The bench is accompanied by a two-tiered pedestal table that can be positioned in front of the bench, or on either side. Together, the table and bench provide space for coffee breaks or snacks. Grow is a practical choice for food courts, shopping centres and transport hubs.

Designers

Mats Aldén

Interior and furniture designer, crafter and tutor living in Stockholm. Educated at Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. Has his own design studio and workshop in Stockholm since 1995. Has worked as a professor and artistic leader at Steneby HDK, as a lecturer at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts & Design and as a guest teacher at Beckmans Design College.

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