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Reef bench : This superb bench by Dutch designers Remy & Veenhuizen was created for a high school in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. Students must be able to play with the environment in order to enjoy relaxation and creativity. The lively bench makes use of natural elements in trying to offer an escape from the modern, static impression left behind by the high school building.

DIY pallet public bench / Placemaking at Perikleous Str. / from derelict void space to functional public Place / athens, greece by Atenistas

London has been filled with 50 book-shaped benches for the summer of 2014, celebrating a range of books from classics to modern favourites. Orgniased by he National Literacy Trust (NLT)

Bruno Catalano, french artist. "When we travel , we leave even unconscionably ,parts of us in the places , our vibrations , sounds , words, don't get lost in the space instead they increase in the place and stay there timelessly. Or it is just the places that are steeling from us our lives and souls parts which still invisible to us."

(Afremov, Leonid. The Loneliness of Automn. c. 2009. oil on canvas.) Leonid Afremov (1955 – ) was born in city of Vitebsk, Belarus. Afremov graduated from Vitebsk Art School in 1978. The school was founded by Marc Chagall in 1921. Along with Malevich and Kandinsky, Leonid Afremov is one of the elite members of the famous Vitebsk art school.

Battery Park, New York City Although I never lived in NYC I would fly into NJ drive across to NYC and park near to Battery Park. One of my life missions was to see "ALL" of New York City. From this bench I could start my hikes. I went hiking in old shorts and a T-shirt with a beat up backpack and maybe $20 in my shoes. Over 8 different trips I hiked all the Avenues on Manhattan sometimes as far as I think it was 186th street. Funny i've never met anyone else who has done this?

A bench from Carriage House takes a seat before the picture window in the entry foyer that spotlights a cast-bronze branch sculpture from J. Batchelor... Love! Interior Design: Robert M. Krych and Kris M. Kocher Architect: Shane Ames Photography: Michael Stavardis Florida Fall 2010 #Luxe