Urban Furniture Concept Transforms Public Spaces [Pics]

Urban Furniture Concept Transforms Public Spaces [Pics]
Design

"uiliuili" by Piotr Zuraw Architekt is a unique sculptural object that functions as informal seating.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 april 2012

“uiliuili” is a unique urban furniture concept designed by Piotr Zuraw Architekt for parks, playgrounds and other public open spaces. To encourage informal behavior, people can choose where on the sculptural object is the most convenient and comfortable place to sit. The design is made of digitally prefabricated wooden elements; boards with a 80x30mm cross-section and curves at the ends, which are connected to a steel frame. Click through to see pictures of the urban furniture design:

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