'Hold The Line' is Customizable and Keeps You Connected in Style

 - Feb 16, 2009
References: prechteck
The traditional wooden benches are scenic additions to our parks, yet not equally fitting to more contemporary contexts such as playgrounds or modern public waiting areas. For a more creative approach, Christian Precht introduces "Hold The Line," a sculpture-like design with obvious as well as hidden qualities.

The curvy concept resembles the form of a waiting loop, twisting wittily around space, but hopefully not time. So, to our knowledge, there is no fear of getting trapped in its encircling body; you are definitely in for a treat, though, considering that network cables and power supply run through its entire loop, with an iPod plug-in and speakers also at your disposal.

And there is yet another trait to the disposal of the overwhelmed user, the flexibility to customize this loopy form. Consisting of a number of main bodies connected via an elastic 3D fiber, the concept allows its customers to generate arrangements as they see fit.

Stylish and highly functional, the ultramodern bench is a piece of public seating I would gladly wrap around me.