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- Article Number: GB3.1O
- Dimensions: L: 1800 mm W: 450 mm H: 450 mm
- Product Weight: 370 kg
- Shipping Weight: 390 kg
The concrete bench ANGULUS SEDES CUBUS in cube-shaped form is the square counterpart to OPUS LONGUS and the classic outdoor seating furniture. Traditionally reinforced, with a material thickness of 10 cm, this bench made of exposed concrete is versatile. As a garden bench or seating in public places, as a park bench or for street furniture - with clear lines and simple design ANGULUS SEDES CUBUS keeps the view into the landscape free yet still provides a strong appearance. Thanks to the cubic shape of the concrete, the bench can be well placed with a lifting strap and on hot summer days provides a comfortably tempered seat in a comfortable sitting height.
For use in public areas, we can optionally provide your concrete furniture with graffiti protection. AGS-Protector P (Permanent): AGS-Protector P is a reliable permanent graffiti impregnation, etc. for surface protection to concrete and other absorbent mineral surfaces such as brick masonry, natural stone. The product creates a matte, transparent (colorless), breathable, water vapor permeable and UV stable protective impregnation with anti-stick effect and hydrophobic and oleophobic properties. The application of the permanent system AGS-Protector P is possible in all RAL tones! AGS-Protector P is an authorized graffiti protection of the Community Anti-Graffiti eV Berlin under the BAST (Federal Highway Research Institute).
Fitting with ANGULUS SEDES CUBUS in the same design, there is the ANGULUS HERBA planter and, in combination with ANGULUS TABULA and the ANGULUS INFANS stool, forms an elegant seating group for outdoor use.
Article will be delivered without decoration.
**Our products are made of natural materials and are made by hand. The natural composition is always "individual pieces". In this type of production, color differences and small pore openings - also in comparison to the illustrations in the shop or catalog - are part of the usual nature of the material. In the case of concrete products, shading can also occur. These may include, among others, by influences such as temperature differences, humidity and concrete post-treatments or by impregnation. Such material properties belong to the typical or agreed upon nature of the products and do not constitute defects.**