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Tessin

Park Bench

The gardens designed by seventeenth-century Swedish architect Nicodemus Tessin number among his greatest achievements. Although none of the garden benches from Tessin’s era survive today, this elegant park bench emulates the architect’s unmistakable style. This park bench is a popular choice for formal gardens, or to be placed among classical statues. It can be found in parks with symmetrical terraces, and on avenues flanked by lines of trees.

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Dimensions and weight

Length: 180 cm alternativt 280 cm
Height: 83cm respektive 84,5cm (Stockholmsmodellen)
Sitting height: 44 cm, Stockholmsmodellen har höjd 45,5 cm
Depth: 70 cm

Length: 180 cm Width: 72 cm Normal height: 44 / 87 cm Taller version (Tessin Stockholm): 46 / 87 cm Weight: 80 kg INDIVIDUAL MEASUREMENTS The slats for the seat measure 32 mm × 142 mm The backrest measures 31 mm × 128 mm

Materials

Mahogany.
Oiled Oak.
Cover-glazed Pine.

The cast-iron frame is painted in standard colour black RAL 9005. The pine slats are painted in alkyd oil enamel in standard colour green NCS S 7020-G10Y or made in oiled oak or Mahogany. Stockholm in colour green NCS S 8010-G10Y

Standard colours

RAL 9005
NCS S 8010-G10Y (Grön)
NCS S 7020-G10Y

Product number

U16-31
U16-32
U16-33
U16-33MH
U16-37
U16-38
U16-39
U16-39MH
U16-38ARM
U16-30
U16-35
U16-36
U16-36MH
B11-06
B11-07

Assembly and placement

Fully assembled.

Freestanding. Prepared for attaching to the ground.

Maintenance

Oiled wood should be re-oiled regularly, at least twice a year. Painted pine and polyester powder-coated steel can be repainted as needed with alkyd oil enamel.

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Variants

Available in alkyd oil enamelled pine or oiled oak. Other types of wood available upon request.

Character

This sophisticated backed bench recalls the elegance of 17th-century gardens. It is a perfect choice for historic districts or classical architecture.

Tessin

Park Bench

The gardens designed by seventeenth-century Swedish architect Nicodemus Tessin number among his greatest achievements. Although none of the garden benches from Tessin’s era survive today, this elegant park bench emulates the architect’s unmistakable style. This park bench is a popular choice for formal gardens, or to be placed among classical statues. It can be found in parks with symmetrical terraces, and on avenues flanked by lines of trees.

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