The Drifter Range uses reclaimed mooring posts of approximately 30x30 cm – 12”x12”. The 30- to 40-year-old tropical hardwood is certified as FSC Recycled 100%. These beams can be used to create magnificent seating and bleachers. Streetlife is happy to assist with the development of these unique structures.
Anthracite grey Lava Grey beams, a wood-free alternative, are made from recycled household plastic and possess a rough surface structure.
Drifter Structures are the perfect eye-catcher for redeveloped industrial estates and port areas. The antique wood shows irregularities and scars.
Height: up to three seating levels
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
Lava Grey is made entirely from recycled household plastic waste, such as packaging, cups, bags and trays. It consists of around 75% recycled PE and 25% recycled PP. This new anthracite grey substance has a fairly rough texture. In certain places, the surface reveals how the material fl owed into the mould during the casting process, like a lava stream. Pieces of coloured plastic are visible here and there in the grey mass, highlighting the origin of the recycled material. Colour and texture may vary in North America due to local production.