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Isi
2006
Chairs & Benches
Carme Pinós

modular / (1) Reinforced cast Stone, White / black, Acid-etched-Polished and waterproofed. / Anchored with screws / 152 Kg.
ISI is a modular bench which, like a game or a dance, invites us to share numerous possibilities suggested by its forms and colours. Built from a 60cm wide piece used for the dual purpose of seat and backrest, the various positions of the module permits a succession of simple or double benches, with and without backrests, in combination as well. They can be connected by corrugated stainless steel bolts anchored with structural silicon to a threaded bush recessed in the cast st...+ read more
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