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The Ohlalá bench is a piece of furniture designed for being placed in public buildings, museums, hotels and other minimalist spaces.
Its curved shape, drawn from a few clean lines, gets its inspiration from modern architecture and nature, and creates a feeling of lightness.
The bench is made from two sheets of moulded maple plywood, joined with screws. The cushion is made of leather. It can be placed fixed in the wall or, in his double version, screwed on a metallic base.
Universidad Pompeu Fabra - ELISAVA
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