Sunday, 29 April 2012

Street Wise

It is not only domestic furniture which has taken a very important place in our lifes and how we live over the last couple of decades in regards form,material and aesthetic, this attention to design and detail has flooded the streets around the world also. From the U.S to Hong Kong more attention to our streets and how the public interact with it has become an important focus for some furniture designers. Street Furniture has inabled the incorporation of public art and design into the urban landscape.
Below is a list of some of the most creative and succesfully designed street furniture installation.

Red Ribbon Street bench designed by Shigeru Uchida in Toyko

Street Bench designed by Ron Ard in Toyko

This street bench was designed by “ModelArt Studio” and was created
 in collaboration with the Faculty of Technical Sciences
 in Novi Sad and the municipality of Dimitrovgrad.

A street bench and street lamp combination from BD Barcelona Design.

This contemporary city bench is the work or Rocker Lange Architects.
The “Urban Adapter” was designed as urban street furniture for Hong Kong.

Street furniture by Naho Matsuno Japanese designer

Street Installation designed by Karim Rashid in Tokyo

Street Installation in Toyko designed by Jurgen Bey for Droog Design 

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