A New Pew – The Gate Bench by KFF design

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    This modern, modular bench system with sleek lines has been specifically designed for the business sector and available through Design-Conscious. An infinitely extendable concept that can be used on small or large scale projects such as sports arenas, airports, events halls and even places of worship, whilst equally suited for dining areas, reception areas, public seating, and waiting rooms. The flexible nature of the Gate bench system will do justice to the most varied requirements, and also fits comfortably with other individual chairs and tables from the range such as Feel chair and Vegas table.

    Individually or collectively this range comes into it’s own, be it in a sophisticated living space, or in a commercial capacity of an hotel, or the catering industry. A stylish and comfortable solution Gate will maximize seating space, and depending on the choice of fabric, it can either be a quirky colourful feature or a demure and understated elegant solution.

    Gate Bench offers flexibility, timeless design

    Gate is an innovative bench system whose elements can be used to create various configurations. Standard modules are available in various lengths along with the option of an internal or external corners you can create seamless seating for receptions, or booth dining benches in restaurants, a refreshingly minimalist alternative to traditional Banquette type seating.

    Plus a great benefit is that you are not limited to working along existing walls, as these units are free standing and can even be seated in front of a window without interfering too much with the light or views, leaving a sense of openness.

    Gate Upholstered benches are also available without back rest, to be used more like refectory style of table seating.

    Wide choice of definitive fabrics and leathers, plus COM service and bespoke custom sizes can be easily accommodated as all items are made to order. Cad Files available for creating schemes and layouts.

    Please contact us for further information.

    Daniel Fountain / 17.02.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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