More and more cities around the world seem to be making an effort to introduce cool creations that serve a public purpose such as the Klimp City Furniture. This public bench not only helps to create an identity -- even a brand as some might say -- for an urban setting, it also provides a communal area of rest and even appreciation.
Designed by Margus Triibmann, the Klimp City Furniture happens to look like a warped tire from a war tank. This heavy duty look gives it a strong and striking appearance, which also assures people that it will offer a safe seat as well as last a long time. Made up of recycled and planet-friendly materials, the Klimp City Furniture is also versatile, able to be rotated in order to offer different comforts to different people.
Warped Tire-Like Seating
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