Symbiosis
Two parts combine to make the whole, with core assets represented.
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Solution

Two parts interlock without fasteners. In addition, the bank's core assets are represented by cutouts in the seat back. This would be a series of benches distributed in various branches. Each branch might have only one or two benches, but all the benches throughout the region contribute to the whole. The cutouts also indicate that the Sparda-Bank has a sense of humor and they add a personal touch. The bank is not just an institution but wants to connect on a personal level.

What is the idea behind your Sparda-Bank-Bench?

The orange part represents the bank, the blue part represents the customer. They work together. Neither is complete without the other.

What makes your Sparda-Bench iconic?

Simple forms cleverly assembled.

Give us an idea of how your bench is produced and at what costs.

The parts are painted wood. Cutouts are laser-cut or cnc milled. It can be produced within the required cost constraints.

Is your bench transportable and all weather proof?

Yes. It can be disassembled for transport.

Did you use any stock or third party material? Please list all stock, fonts, and creative commons material!

Seated woman from archibaseplanet.com. Clipart from Shutterstock.