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5 / seating for publictransport

5
5

"5" re-thinks the part passengers have the most contact with: the seat.
The 5-concept is considered to be made of sole materials for easy separation prior to recycle, a radical simplified approach for the assembly of a seat and a modern though sensible shape.
The title "5" refers to the five parts forming the seat: sitting- and back-cushioning, bracing for connecting the seat to the floor, handlebar and the monobloc-frame.
The separate parts are assembled by sliding into each other. Resulting intersections connect the parts and unify them into the integral shape and construction of the seat.

University

Kowalski, Marcin Henk

Kowalski, Marcin Henk
Berlin, Germany

Prof. Helmut Staubach

Design

Kowalski, Marcin Henk

Kowalski, Marcin Henk
Berlin, Germany

Marcin Henk Kowalski