Site furnishings are an integral part of many landscape projects. Spaces for people should be interesting and comfortable. We consider site conditions, such as sun and heat, expected uses, security, and maintenance when selecting appropriate furnishing and finishes. Below are a variety of successful furnishings we’ve specified on corporate projects.
Bench: Twig by Escofet
Table: Stella by Landscape Forms
Project: Treat Pacific Plaza, Walnut Creek
The simple, clean curves of these pieces add a modern flare to the outdoor employee spaces. Metal and concrete materials make them easy to protect and maintain in a quasi-public area. Since the Escofet Twig is modular, it can also be rearranged into interesting layouts.
Bench: Section by Council Design
Project: Gibraltar, Pleasanton
Angular and functional, the bench’s hollow design produces an airy effect when viewed from the side. It’s great for outdoor office retrofits, where it can be placed and bolted down. The Section is also light enough that it can be adjusted without heavy equipment.
Ping Pong Table: Cantilever by Bravado Outdoor Products
Project: Norris Tech, San Ramon
This concrete ping pong table a gives employees a chance to get out of their chairs and go outside for some fun on their break. The metal net minimizes maintenance and provides the opportunity to customize it to the project.
Table: Mingle by Landscape Forms
Umbrellas: Vista Cantilever by Skyspan Umbrellas and Carmel by Terra Furniture
Lounge Seating: Laguna by Terra Outdoor Living
Project: 2999 Oak Street, Walnut Creek
The Landscape Forms Mingle provides a table and chairs for as few as 2 and as many as 6 people. For this project, we used the 2-seater alternated with the shaded 4-seater. Variety was added with the Laguna lounge chairs, suitable for longer outdoor meetings where comfort is more important.