Proposed as a small family of like-minded urban furnishings, the Barristro objects are designed for an array of uses and users. The clean, fluid, single-sheet construction ensures that each piece in the family plays well with its siblings, and altering objects to accommodate cycle parking is as easy as punching a few pre-installation attachment points.
With a sweet paint job or added cushion the family can be ready to move anywhere: the pocket park down the street, the riverside promenade or the hypo-allergenic hospital lobby. The Barristro family believes beautiful, well-designed gestures create the best impressions.
Note: The final details of production were not controlled by the designer
With: Nick Pajerski, Steven Kocher, Will Sedig, and Erin Brouillette