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The Esker Bench by Matthias Pliessnig and Matthew R. Naugl

 - Mar 26, 2010   Updated: Jul 27 2011
References: design-milk & matthias-studio
The Esker Bench is the product of a collaborative effort between designer Matthias Pliessnig and architect Matthew R. Naugle. The unusual design has elements of modern architecture and traditional furniture design.

Pliessnig and Naugle's Esker Bench could be used inside or outside, for public or private use. Many cities have turned to more creatively designed benches for public seating and the Esker Bench would be a great candidate for a city's redesign.

Implications - It's far more visually appealing than traditional city benches which are bland and sharp. This new design features soft waves and curves that are not only creative, but much comfier as well.