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Single Scatter | Candy for Public Space

Design | February 1, 2012 |

Single Scatter | Candy for Public Space

Furniture for public space mostly consists out of a long or short bench made out of steel or wood, preferably accompanied by a garbage bin and a streetlight. Contemporary public space, however, demands flexibility in composition and use. Furniture to scatter around.

Single Scatter is candy for public space. The chairs and stools, made of folded stainless steel, are like sparkling diamonds on the outer space floor. With a coloured core as desired, Single Scatter can be combined as preferred and is weather proof and solid. Together as a cloud or in a straight line, the different compositions made with Single Scatter create the possibility for the user to sit close together or far apart, facing each other or turned away.

Single Scatter is a design of Carmela Bogman/HOSPER and is manufactured by Rots Maatwerk. The first hundred and forty Single Scatters were placed on the C-M!ne square in Genk, Belgium.

Carmela Bogman
Art and Design for Public Space
Voorhelmstraat 23-005
2012 ZM Haarlem
The Netherlands
T +31 6 43495908
info@carmelabogman.nl
www.carmelabogman.nl

HOSPER NL BV
landscape architecture and urban planning
Postbus 5231
2000 CE Haarlem
The Netherlands
T  +31 (0)23 5317060
info@hosper.nl
www.hosper.nl

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