A park can have beautiful gardens, towering trees, lush grass and divine moments of sun and shade, but without a place to sit like the Talita Exterior Bench offers, the plot will fail to act as an effective public green space.
So many of the people who visit the park during the day are the elderly, and parents with young children. A park can become a sufficiently accessible and delightful place so long as the needs of these people are taken care of.
Based on this criteria, a mere laying log can match such seating requirements, but this handsome piece of outdoor furniture by Alan Gerardo Farias succeeds in the way it adds to its surroundings' natural aesthetic. The Talita Exterior Bench flaunts the beauty its organic wooden material, and blends into its setting with a built-in planters flanking each side of the seat.
Talita Exterior Bench Welcomes Interaction with Walkers
Amelia Roblin — July 8, 2011 — Eco