Cliffhanger Park Benches are urban cantilever benches that can be mounted on walls. The finely detailed bench system has a modular interval of 120 cm – 47”. The prefab slat segments consist of FSC hardwood slats with a spacing of 8 mm – 0.3”. The slats are mounted on the patented Streetlock® combs and are linked with staggered joints. The slat segments are assembled with staggered joints to reinforce the continuous character of these inviting benches. These low benches are spacious and can be fitted with high slatted backrests on request.
The design of Cliffhanger Park Benches lends itself to Multilevel configurations that combine high, medium and low backrests. The closed sheet steel wall bracket, which comes into view as the level changes, affords the furniture a clean appearance and prevents dirt accumulation.
The Cliffhanger Benches are available as free standing benches. Cliffhanger Freestanding Benches can be mounted both at and below ground level.
The TWIN Concept
Innovations in the field of sustainable materials, including biobased substances and composites made from residual waste, provide opportunities to make the Streetlife Collection more sustainable. Based on these innovations, Streetlife’s TWIN concept offers a series of sustainable materials which provide alternatives to the original hardwood options. By adding this new identity to our product families, the TWIN concept offers landscape designers and architects more freedom of choice.
TWIN option for this product
Bamboo Brown is made from an extremely fast-growing, giant bamboo species with a very high capacity to absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Its fast growth rate ensures that stems can be harvested after four to five years. The process of compressing the long bamboo fibres under high temperature and pressure give this material its deep brown colour. Over time, Bamboo Brown ages with exposure to light and air. The visible fibres give the smooth surface attractive variations in colour and structure. Bamboo Brown is carbon neutral and can be recycled into chipboard or can be as last used in end-of-life as fuel for bioenergy production.