ANGULUS SEDES 3 | Concrete Bench
Garden bench with backrest (3pcs.)
The concrete bench ANGULUS SEDES is the classic outdoor seating furniture. Whether as a garden bench or seating options in semi-public squares, as a park bench or for city furniture, with clean lines and a simple design, it fits perfectly into every environment. Thanks to the hollow, open bottom concrete body and the resulting reduced weight, the bench is manageable and easy to transport. The concrete cube in exposed concrete, which is completely closed from the outside, has a clear, simple, stable and modest appearance.
The wood support with 3-part backrest is made in German handcraft from high-quality solid wood KEBONY and is held by a sturdy stainless steel frame. You will enjoy this bench made of concrete and KEBONY for a very long time. Because the concrete base is not only an environmentally friendly and sustainable material, but also the KEBONY wood itself.
KEBONY is an innovation on the market and is recommended by leading architects. The high-quality real wood is obtained from sustainable and certified forests and upgraded by treatment with a patented biological fluid. This makes it hard, dimensionally stable and resistant to decay and fungal attack. Because of these excellent qualities, it does not require any extra care other than the normal cleaning and provides a 30-year guarantee against rot. All KEBONY woods have a dark brown color that turns into a silver-gray patina over time and then harmonizes beautifully with the concrete base.
Fitting with ANGULUS SEDES in the same design, there is the ANGULUS HERBA planter and, in combination with ANGULUS TABULA and the ANGULUS INFANS stool, forms an elegant seating group for outdoor use.
Article will be delivered without decoration.
**Our products are made of natural materials and are made by hand. The natural composition is always "individual pieces". In this type of production, color differences and small pore openings - also in comparison to the illustrations in the shop or catalog - are part of the usual nature of the material. In the case of concrete products, shading can also occur. These may include, among others, by influences such as temperature differences, humidity and concrete post-treatments or by impregnation. Such material properties belong to the typical or agreed upon nature of the products and do not constitute defects. **