multi-use, this serves as 1) benches 2) dining seating (when the client’s existing table is moved into place) and 3) sun-loungers. the design keeps the oak off the ground and allows it to air-dry quickly to ensure longevity while also making it light enough to be easily moved. steelwork by the excellent danny sharp of blunt fabrications.
the galvanised steel legs have pad feet to avoid it sinking into the turf and also to allow packers to be attached if the bench is moved to an area where the grass is not so flat
the oak slats are spaced apart so as to let the rain dry off the timber as soon as possible so as to minimise rot and extend the life of the bench by years
wine glass holders are incorporated, for obvious reasons
the oak slats are irregularly shaped to get the best use of the planks they came out of