Swilken Bench

Posted on May 4, 2011 in Furniture design

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The Swilken bench is inspired by its namesake – the SwilkenBridge on the 18th green of St. Andrew’s golf course.  Subtle curves create a graceful transitionfrom the laminated hardwood top to concrete or aluminum legs.  The underside reveals a softly triangulatedscallop that provides structural stability and delicate shadow, creating asignature profile in an interior or exterior landscape.source

 

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