Functional seating culture in public space

Classics of industrial design are characterised by simple but highly elegant designs oriented towards functionality. An appealing design is also obligatory for street furniture, and Thieme GmbH has once again succeeded with the benches with or without backrest of the Römö ST series.

The supplier's developers make a virtue out of the necessity to provide outdoor furniture with a high load-bearing capacity. By using appropriate materials in a purist and consistent manner, they get to the heart of meeting all requirements.

At the same time, the benches and stools have a universally suitable appearance that fits stylishly into any environment, from green spaces to modern landscaping to historically influenced pedestrian zones.

Visual lightness for a special room aesthetic
The Römö ST series scores points at the latest when the surroundings are to be given an appealing ambience with the character of an invitation to linger. The installation method with only two steel tubes corresponds visually perfectly with the actual seating surfaces, which almost seem to float in space due to the minimalist fixings. This effect is supported by the transparent effect of the seating furniture, which is created by the gaps between the round elements of the seats and backrests.

Modern radiance, restrained design and the usual high quality in material and workmanship - the Römö ST furniture is a first choice for urban and landscape planners when it comes to furnishing public areas in style.

The seat base can be made of hot-dip galvanised and colour-coated steel or alternatively stainless steel, whether as a bench or stool or with or without armrests. RAL and DB colour shades are possible according to customer requirements.

Sustainable planning for public areas
With this convincing solution, planners have great opportunities to shorten the selection process and thus work more efficiently. Thieme GmbH can also act in an advisory capacity and provide targeted support for the planning process through its own expertise and experience in street furniture. After all, the furnishings should please the public in the long run so that they can use and enliven the areas.

Functional seating culture in public space