The structure and supports are made with stainless steel that represents cooperation, security and balance of both parts (without one of them the bench falls down). The "Bridge" can be made of wood or plastic and represents the closeness, continuity and stability.
What is the idea behind your Sparda-Bank-Bench?
The cubes represents stability and security and the "bridge" represents union.
What makes your Sparda-Bench iconic?
Give us an idea of how your bench is produced and at what costs.
It is made with all the structure in carbon steel for interiors and stainless steel for exteriors, the cubes are part of the structures and wrapped with stainless steel laminate. Last, the seat is made of plastic (high density propylene) or wood (Teca because it supports weather changes and it is used for exterior furniture).
Is your bench transportable and all weather proof?
The bench is pre assembled but it needs to be finished where it's going to stay, because it has to be screwed to the floor.
Did you use any stock or third party material? Please list all stock, fonts, and creative commons material!