Contemporary collection of seating and planters

Verso concrete seating and planters


Combining clean lines and an unobtrusive low height profile, the Verso concrete seating and planter range offers protection and versatility in public space design. The range features concrete blocks that can be used together to create urban spaces where people can comfortably spend time.

Blending seamlessly into surrounding landscapes, Verso was created with a height below eye-level and with modular seating options using straight and curved elements. Not only that, you'll also find the option to add benches and planters around the design for a truly welcoming public environment.

Manufactured in Britain and made of high-quality precast concrete, Verso comes in three colour options ranging from light to dark grey. FSC®-certified timber or recycled plastic slats can be added to the concrete street furniture to create seats, benches and planters.

Verso features both unrated and rated products which have been impact tested to the latest IWA 14.1 standard. These can be used together on one project.

The range features four variations:
  • 1200 Block – Straight concrete block, available with optional seating or planter additions (available as unrated, 15-30 or 72-30)
  • 1800 Curve Block – Use with the other modules in the Verso range to create curved seating designs through your scheme (available as unrated, 15-30 or 72-30)
  • 600 Block – Team with the rest of the range or use as a standalone bollard alternative (available as unrated or 15-30)
  • 90° Block – A corner piece for changing the direction your street furniture flows (available as unrated or 15-30)

If you’re interested in protective planters, blocks and seating, look for RhinoGuard® products.

Browse the range below or download the brochure here.
The Wood Plastic Composite used in the seating options for Verso are manufactured from 95% recycled and sustainably sourced raw materials. What’s more, seating options manufactured from this material are entirely recyclable at the end of their lifecycles and highly resistant to rot and decay. Making them a sustainable choice for your next scheme.