Piere Raoux
1982
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux

With a uniform T-shaped cross section, Canet is a moulded concrete bench that appears to levitate above the paving. The vertical central support disappears behind the shadow of the slab, accentuating the presence of the horizontal plane and the sensation of zero gravity. It is usually installed in an isolated arrangement, but its geometry also permits longitudinal aggregations to create a large slab.

Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux
Banca Canet de hormigon negro de Piere Raoux en Chicago

This backless bench was originally designed for the once-popular sea promenade of Canet Plage-en-Roussillon. Its favourable impact in the market has converted it into a classic of the collection.

Canet displays its capacity for integration in urban settings and its wish to remain due to its material condition, essential design and universal application. It emerges from space individually or in aligned arrangements.

Bench made from reinforced, acid-etched, water-repellent concrete in the Escofet standard chart colour. Anchored to a non-reinforced concrete strip footing with a cross section of 50 x 50 cm and length of 150 cm. The foundation is flush at a lower height of between 15 -18 cm.

 

Features

Canet
296 x 86 x 42 cm / 1000 kg
Materials
Etched and waterproofed Concrete
Etched and waterproofed Recycled Concrete
Colours:

GR. Grey

GR. Grey

NG. Black

NG. Black

BL. White

BL. White

CA. CA Grey

CA. CA Grey

RA. Red

RA. Red

BG. Beige

BG. Beige

GR R. Recycled Grey

GR R. Recycled Grey

NG R. Recycled Black

NG R. Recycled Black

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