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Modern bespoke benches and picnic sets for Tombola HQ

Modern bespoke benches and picnic sets for Tombola HQ

Project Name: Tombola HQ
Client: Brims Construction
Landscape Architect: Colour Urban Design Newcastle
Completion Date: September 2018


Artform Urban Furniture have provided their bespoke benches and picnic sets for Tombola HQ in Sunderland.

They were specified to provide extremely durable tropical hardwood timbers, given the coastal location for the benches and picnic sets provided.

The seating also included LED lighting strips to the underside, providing subtle levels of light to the courtyard areas.

All of the framework was constructed using robust steel supports, hot dip galvanised and powder coated to complete the finished products.

Artform Urban Furniture have created an improved environment for staff with their products, whilst establishing a network of paths linking to the wider area.

The high-quality benches provide a continuity with the natural materials chosen for the resounding landscape.

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Artform Urban Furniture, part of the Bailey Street Furniture Group, is at the leading edge of integrated landscape design. The company aim to supply and install the world’s most inspiring, forward -thinking, aspirational and design-led street...
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