Brit Bench

From Leland comes the BritBench. Here's what they have to say about it, "An exciting new concept for public seating, the Brit Bench can be used as a stellar stand alone feature or linked together to form molecular like arrangements. Brit bench is a sculptural answer to seating in fast paced environments such as airports and large open lobbies. The seat proportions offers visitors the opportunity to sit or straddle the bench and the harmonic form encourages human interaction. The securely mounted table appears to float over the bench and provides additional functionality for a laptop or as a surface for a drink or small meal." I think it has far greater reaching applications. For the large home it would be great in an entertaining environment. It also could be great for a child's play space.

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