Contemporary bench ROUGH&READY ODDS&ENDS
woodenpowder-coated steelgalvanized steel

contemporary bench
contemporary bench
contemporary bench
contemporary bench
contemporary bench
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wooden, powder-coated steel, galvanized steel, COR-TEN® steel
without backrest
without armrests
Ecological characteristics
made from recycled materials

250 cm (98.4 in)

Seat depth

50 cm, 60 cm (20 in)


The seat of the Rough&Ready (R&R) Odds&Ends Bench is made from waste created during the production of benches in the Streetlife R&R Range. The residual beams are assembled using stainless steel Streetlock® pin connections developed for this purpose and the seat beams have a seat depth of 50 cm. It is in this seat depth that the R&R Odds&Ends really come into their own and optimum use is made of the residual waste flow. Because the pieces vary in length, a unique and playful pattern is created. As the 7x15 cm - 2.8”x5.9” beams are transversely oriented, the R&R Odds&Ends Bench is available in both Crosswise and Curved versions. The orientation of the beams provides natural anti-skate protection. Low, high and Royal Back backrest as well as the universal armrest can optionally be mounted on the bench. Possibilities and restraints Standard seating depths are ca.50 or 60 cm Available in different radii, depending on the seating depth Longer setups are possible with extension modules Optionally available are armrests or several types of backrests Optionally a LEDbox is available to house the drivers for LED lighting By default finished in galvanised steel (-TH), optionally steel parts in untreated weathering steel (-CT) or finished in a double layer powder coating (-PC) Also available in All Black composite material (-AB, max. beams length 250 cm)


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