Trestle: Bench seating and matching table by Viccarbe. Back to basics by the hand of John Pawson
TRESTLE is a collection of bench seating modules and matching table designed by the renowned British architect John Pawson for Viccarbe, which reflects the search for elegance and simplicity that has defined his work over the course of his entire career.
TRESTLE features a minimalist almost laconic approach to form, the inverted v shaped supporting legs (or trestles) which are made from solid oak with a thick cross section are the dominating feature, while the seat is available in two finishes: quilted and smooth.The bench can be combined with the TRESTLE table which works off the same principles as the bench but on a larger scale. Designed for the home environment or contract use a matching backrest for the bench can be attached to adjacent walls in order to provide additional support and comfort, the system is suitable for waiting areas or restaurant seating areas.
John Pawson says about this collection: “The design of the table and bench for Viccarbe sets a refined horizontal plane above graphically spare supports, echoing Medieval functional arrangements of loose boards laid across trestles. The simplicity of line, junction, geometry, rhythm, surface and proportion means that the primary experience is of the beauty of the unadorned oak”.Information & images by courtesy of Viccarbe Read more news related Viccarbe published at Infurma Visit the Viccarbe website Visit the John Pawson websiteShare this: