A new modular seating solution for public spaces, Cityscape 2.0 offers an intriguing geometry defined by sophisticated detailing. Designed by New York City-based Todd Bracher, the system is comprised of multiple freestanding volumes that can linked together to create meandering configurations that can include 120- and 150-degree bends.
Meticulously measured straight and angled lines and mildly contrasting shapes give the arrangements a strong sense of place, which is enhanced by pointed back cushions that contribute to the overall casual feel.
Able to support both individuals working alone and small collaborative groups, the modules can be arranged side-to-side and back-to-back with pentagon ottomans; optional rectangular tables (available with or without power) can be integrated to help delineate seats and provide both surfaces and storage. The tables can also be elevated with secondary circular or rectangular tops set on short metal tube legs to create additional raised surfaces.
The foam-constructed modules can be upholstered in a wide range of HBF Textiles – while residentially inspired, the fabrics are durable enough for high-traffic settings.