The Guadalquivir bench is conceived as a river, curving gently in a continuous line to allow people to sit on either side. This bench is produced in three formats: one straight, for continuous linear benches, and two others with a radius of 7 and 35 metres for continuous curved sets. All three models can also be installed as 2 metre long individual benches.
The Gualdaquivir and the Triana modular benches have been designed for Escofet by Diana Balmori to be installed in the urbanised area of Sevilla Tower on La Cartuja Island, Sevilla.
Different aggregations to the Gualdaquivir modular bench system permit the creation of straight or undulated continuous backless benches. It can also be used to form a boundary between areas and areas frequented by pedestrians.
The domed section modules are manufactured in molded concrete with a etched and waterproof finish and Escofet’s standard colors chart. These benches simply rest on the ground, anchored. Each unit weighs 1600kg.