Why Limit Your Options? : Fixed Seating vs Movable Furniture

The track system demonstrated by the CHAIR>bench project has proven to offer a wide range of configurations. Since its debut, we have been pushing forward to bringing the track system (patent pending) to market. Through the development of the first steel prototype (final product will be in stainless steel), the system has confirmed it is a competitive alternative to high quality fixed site furniture options. Designers will soon have a choice between fixed and securable movable site furniture. Since the track opens up a wide array of possibilities, they will no longer be limited to one arrangement.  Note: We are looking for pilot projects for installing the system. If you have a project where you would like to use it, please contact us.

The following diagrams exhibit these possibilities using a “T” track configuration in comparison to a conventional bench arrangement along a streetscape. In addition, it shows how combining the “T” track can be used to create even more complex combinations within larger spaces. Continue reading

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CHAIRS > bench in the Public for the First Time

CHAIRS>bench made it out in public for the first time last night when a group of friends and I took it up to the Trolley Barns in Nashville to conduct a photo shoot. The above gallery includes a few sample images captured. We put it through its paces. A big thanks to Kira Appelhans, Tipton Fowlkes, Will Marth, Nathan Oliver and Pat Stout for coming out.