Alvaro Uribe’s Brooklyn Inspired Stoop Bench

Alvaro Uribe’s Brooklyn Inspired Stoop Bench
Design

Alvaro Uribe's New York City Stoop Bench is a bench for two that flips over to recreate the first four steps, making the perfect shoot-the-breeze sitting surface.

Zackry Wiegand
  • 9 march 2010

Something you’ll notice about Brooklyn is the brownstones and their attendant stoop-manning; so it’s no surprise that a furniture piece incorporating the motif was devised by a Brooklyn resident. Alvaro Uribe’s New York City Stoop Bench is a bench for two that flips over to recreate the first four steps, making the perfect shoot-the-breeze sitting surface.

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