Israeli furniture designer Neil Nenner applies the same aesthetic found in abstract painting to the construction of the Punti bench.
The seating arrangement is comprised of circular metal frames with woven yarn in an assortment of colors. Each circle is attached by the same fabric, binding them together in a colorful arraignment of spiral designs. Sizes of the circles vary, as well as the colored weaved designs within them, making each section an enticing experience.
Strong metal beams create the legs of the Punti bench so that it is sturdy enough to be seated on. When the sun shines on this asymmetrical outdoor seating, patterns echoing traditional weaving designs beautify the pavement. Each bench is handmade by Nenner and stools are also available with the same pattern.