February 2, 2017

Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow), that was inspired by the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights in winter.

Pictures by Maxime Brouillet

 

When it was a little bit extra sunny and rather a lot much less snowy in Quebec Metropolis, Canada, Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating set up named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow).

 

Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow), that was inspired by the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights in winter.

Pictures by Maxime Brouillet

Impressed by the cooler months of the yr when there may be loads of snow round, the designer needed to recreate the snowbanks that collect across the bushes and avenue lights.


Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow), that was inspired by the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights in winter.

Pictures by Maxime Brouillet

Taking this inspiration, the designer created a curvaceous public seating space that has many ranges and seems to type across the bushes. Stepping up the degrees, you will see your self surrounded by the leaves of the bushes, creating a personal spot sheltered from the road.


Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow), that was inspired by the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights in winter.

Pictures by Maxime Brouillet

Le Banc de Neige was commissioned by Quebec Metropolis avenue artwork competition Passages Insolites, and similar to when the snow melts and disappears, the set up, comprised of skinny painted plywood, was solely to be loved for the summer season of 2016.

Right here’s a bunch of illustrations that present the design of the set up.


Atelier Pierre Thibault designed a public seating installation named Le Banc de Neige (The Bench of Snow), that was inspired by the snowbanks that gather around the trees and street lights in winter.