Suitability Streets
Parks
Frame material Cast stone
Seat material Cast stone
Style Contemporary
Fixings Free standing
Seat length (mm) 2370
Seat depth (mm) 1930
Aboveground height (mm) 460
Seat height (mm) 460
Weight (kg) 1750
 
 
 

Twig is designed by Alexander Lotersztain.

Twig is a system of benches that summarizes the concepts of modularity, interactivity and interconnection. This modularity and interactivity encourages diversity, fluidity and social interaction amongst the users of Twig.

The design of this versatile street furniture allows meeting points to be created in the landscape and new uses of outdoor spaces to be suggested, intermeshing the boundary between constructed zones and public spaces.

It is built in pre-cast concrete with a gentle acid-etched finish, and is available in all standard colours. Its heavy weight allows it to be installed subtly on the ground without requiring anchorage.

Its slightly rounded edges and gentle surfaces are the features of this bench that seduce and invite passers-by to use it. The corners of its three arms have the same geometry and section, facilitating arbitrary additions of units that propose a different language and situation in each context, branching out under the shade of a trees in a garden or a university campus.

Twig was selected for the Australian International Design Awards 2008 and the ADI-FAD Delta Prizes in 2009.


Twig is designed by Alexander Lotersztain.

Twig is a system of benches that summarizes the concepts of modularity, interactivity and interconnection. This modularity and interactivity encourages diversity, fluidity and social interaction amongst the users of Twig.

The design of this versatile street furniture allows meeting points to be created in the landscape and new uses of outdoor spaces to be suggested, intermeshing the boundary between constructed zones and public spaces.

It is built in pre-cast concrete with a gentle acid-etched finish, and is available in all standard colours. Its heavy weight allows it to be installed subtly on the ground without requiring anchorage.

Its slightly rounded edges and gentle surfaces are the features of this bench that seduce and invite passers-by to use it. The corners of its three arms have the same geometry and section, facilitating arbitrary additions of units that propose a different language and situation in each context, branching out under the shade of a trees in a garden or a university campus.

Twig was selected for the Australian International Design Awards 2008 and the ADI-FAD Delta Prizes in 2009.


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