Bench Deck Chair by Chih-Kang Chu

With the functions of a bench and a deck chair; it can be seated by only one person or shared with others in public space. In order to keep the balance and stability when folded, the original 4 legs are increased to 6 legs. With this 6-leg modeling, the body looks like a standing dancing lion when it is folded. 4 pieces of solid wood are glued, cut into 2, so it still matches when folded. The arc can fit the human body; the surface has gone through the CNC polishing treatment; the boards are jointed by tenons; the axle is made of steel. Due to the weight of the structure the bench transforms to a deck chair easily and keeps its balance. Designer: Chih-Kang Chu

via Yanko Design

Scrabble Bench

My favorite find, possibly of the year so far, are these: scrabble furniture! My sister would die. She’s a total Scrabble freak. How cool.

via Offbeathomes

Harmony Modular Grass Bench by Guy Hohmann

Harmony is a modular bench by Guy Hohmann who uses ash, plywood, styrene and artificial turf to comment on man’s relationship with the world around him.
via MoCo Loco: MoCo Submissions

Shelves with a Bench by Stanislav Katz

Shelves with a Bench by Stanislav Katz

was designed by Stanislav Katz, a designer from Latvia

via Fresh Home

Outdoor Bench by Roel van de Beek for Wolters


Via Design Boom’s Daily Candy I noticed this Street Bench by Roel van de Beek for Belgian street furniture manufacturer Wolters.

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