18th Jan 2022 - Encouraged to spend more time outside due to Covid 19, we now need to make better use of our educational spaces, we need trees lining our campuses, and plants in our eye line.
The Charlie picnic table contributes to the sense of movement in a range of vibrant public spaces. The tabletop and seats are floating planes connected, lifted, and supported by the swooping lines of legs that dance on the ground below. The oval form comfortably seats up to six people on two benches and supports social interchange as sitters face each other directly across the table.
GUSTAFSON GUTHRIE NICHOL LTD.From Landscape Forms
Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Ltd. is a landscape architecture practice with special experience in designing high-use landscapes in complex, urban contexts...
Part of the Bailey Street Furniture Group