The Hebi modular bench consists of four monobloc dry mix concrete models edited in two versions (solid and floating), and in two formats (curved and straight), which, when combined, allow for the formation of large groups of continuous straight or twisted benches that pass amidst the trees and their shade, in large-scale projects.
Hebi gets its name from the Japanese word for snake and this is without doubt the spirit behind the development of this item, which was first used to furnish the central esplanade of the Forum Park in Barcelona 2004.
Hebi is a bench with a very pliable extruded profile that transmits an organic sensation of movement, as if it were able to grow and advance like a snake at will, on a zigzag course through parks, squares and gardens. A combination of four models. Straight and curved for the solid version, and floating to permit the passage of light and air, forming modular aggregations with long extensions in large-scale projects.
Dry mix concrete with an etched finish. Supplied in all the Escofet standard chart colours. The solid Hebi is straight and curved and with no reinforcement. The floating Hebi is straight and curved and has stainless steel reinforcement. Hebi macizo is installed directly on the paving, with no anchors, in its straight and curved versions, while Hebi flotante is anchored at its ends by four threaded bolts and metal expansion plugs embedded in the paving or concrete slab.