Push is a boundary marker and occasional seat made from concrete, in the shape of a series of small cylinders that appear to float on the paving, to separate public pedestrian space from areas with traffic.
It responds to the need for the development of a series of concrete elements that function as markers and/or occasional seats in the project for the remodelling of Plaza Urdanibia in the historical centre of Irún in Guipuzcoa.
The cylindrical concrete volume has a baseboard of 3 cm that separates it from the ground, leaving a shadow joint.
Push is a small moulded concrete element with an etched finish and is supplied in all the standard Escofet chart colours. It is designed to be anchored to the paving with three threaded M16 x 140 mm screws inserted and fastened with resin in holes with a diameter of 25 mm.