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    Originally designed for a NY art gallery, the bench had to engage the space it occupied whilst receding into the background. It was important tha… Read More
    Originally designed for a NY art gallery, the bench had to engage the space it occupied whilst receding into the background. It was important that it be more than a resting place for gallery patrons, but instead become a platform for dialogue. The twisting form not only makes for a comfortable, and dynamic seating experience, but also allows Cue to be a 'talking seat' where people are subtly encouraged to interact and share ideas. Read Less
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Cue / 2005
Originally designed for a NY art gallery, the bench had to engage the space it occupied whilst receding into the background. It was important that it be more than a resting place for gallery patrons, but instead become a platform for dialogue. The twisting form not only makes for a comfortable, and dynamic seating experience, but also allows Cue to be a 'talking seat' where people are subtly encouraged to interact and share ideas.

Material / Steel, Stainless Steel
Dimensions / 72"x 19.5"x 21.5"
*Winner 2005 Cue Arts Foundation Design Competition