Triangular Planters And Mobile Wood Benches Fill This Courtyard

September 7, 2020
Mobile wood benches rest against triangular planters in a courtyard.

Atelier Starzak Strebicki, with cooperation from Joanna Januszewska, designed this courtyard furniture for the Poznan City Hall in Poland.

Mobile benches wrap around a circular garden.

The public furniture incorporates twenty planters with greenery, one round bench that wraps around an existing flowerbed, and fourteen mobile seats.

A courtyard filled with triangular planters and matching mobile wood benches.

The custom-designed mobile benches can be used for seating, lying, or cascade sitting, which can be enjoyed when they are rearranged to form an amphitheater design.

A courtyard filled with triangular wood planters and matching mobile benches.

The triangular planters include trees planted in flowerpots and high grasses that provide a sense of intimacy and coziness to the urban space. The planters have been filled with a variety of plants with different flowering periods, allowing varying colors to fill the courtyard at different times of the year.

Mobile wood benches rest against triangular planters in a courtyard.
Photography by Mateusz Bieniaszczyk, Atelier Starzak Strebicki, Danil Danieluk | Design: Project: Atelier Starzak Strebicki with cooperation from Joanna Januszewska | Team: Jola Starzak, Dawid Strebicki, Bartosz Stanik, Maciej Polakowski, Luis Gómez Soriano, Agnieszka Kotschy