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Leading urban furnishing company Marshalls Street Furniture has introduced a new contemporary stainless steel seat and bench to its Sineu Graff collection. The new range called Citynox has simple clean aesthetics providing a light and fresh minimalist look.
Both the Citynox Seat and Bench are constructed from highest quality Grade 304 stainless steel with the structural arch of the legs continuing from the ground upwards to form an integral armrest, guaranteeing strength & stability. The seat and backrest is then made from individually cited welded steel rods constructed around a light but robust framework.
Designed to suit any location the Citynox Range cuts a discreet presence in a traditional or conservation landscape due to its form. However, with strong design dynamics it is also very much suited to a modern setting, enhancing and building on the landscape around it.
Created with comfort and resilience in mind the Citynox Seat has been designed to provide excellent support whilst the Citynox Bench offers functional respite needed in today's busy urban surroundings.
The Sineu Graff Citynox Seat has recently played a mayor role in helping to win Centrepoint a RHS Silver Gilt Award at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Created by the acclaimed designer Claire Whitehouse for the charity, the garden highlights Centrepoint's exciting new Horticultural Training Scheme, which combines work experience and skills acquisition to help homeless young people back into the world of work. For the first gardening trainees, it is a vehicle to showcase their new-found talents.
In addition, the garden was been inspired by the wishes, needs and creativity of Centrepoint's young people to encapsulate their 'ideal' garden. It acts as a template for how the gardens within the services nationwide will become in the future - a useful, comfortable and enjoyable space for all.
The Citynox Seat featured on the garden is now going to be put to excellent use at one of the charity's premises.