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Interférences Bench by Alexandre Moronnoz
by sabine7 / November 23, 2009

Described as an industrial electrocardiogram, Interférences is typical of the interrupted repetitive patterns that create movement in public seating by Alexandre Moronnoz.


Beneath the calm surface of the metal street bench is a supporting structure that suggests the activity of a voltmeter capturing the city's pulse.


Muscle is a bench that encourages the user to spread out, lie down and relax among the undulations of its steel ripples.



Y is a bench derived from a simple shape that appears to be in perpetual movement.


Each branch is a different length, creating a different posture depending on which branch is used as support, backrest or seat.


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