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This large-scale rest element is formed of two large trapezoidal parts made from wood or concrete. Trapecio stands out for the beauty and generosity of its geometry, forceful and very attractive. It transforms whatever space it's in, offering new possibilities for urban leisure.

Antonio Montes
Montserrat Periel

A meeting point

A magnet for social activity, Trapecio is a large bench that allows for informal sitting on the seat or on the backrest, even for big groups. It is a bench designed to be used in parks and avenues, as well as in corporate and educational projects.


Structure created in hot-dip galvanized S275 JR steel, painted finish with C3 anti-corrosive protection. Seat and backrest composed of 4.50 m beams and approximately 20 x 40 cm section made from glued laminated wood that is protected with a trilayer coat of oil, or from reinforced mass-colored architectural concrete, with a stripped, aggregate, waterproof finish. A2 stainless steel screws.

*The colors shown are simply indicative. (Other colors on request)
**Ask about finishes for marine environments







Installation using four fixing wall plugs per supporting structure, inserted into holes made in concrete blocks in advance. 10 cm recessing below the pavement level. The element is supplied disassembled, in two components: structure and beams. Installation and assembly instructions, screws, and fixing wall plugs included.

In order to maintain the properties of the wood and its correct ageing, it is necessary to carry out maintenance once a year.

Wooden bench: 380
Architectural concrete bench: 1062
*Approximate weight without packaging (kg)


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Trapecio in the city

  • Clichy Batignolles park Parks and gardens
  • Zac Ec’Eau Port Marina
  • University of British Columbia Gage South Health and education
  • Customs port Mainz Riverside walk
  • Sant’Antonio street Parks and gardens
  • Brooklyn Botanic garden Parks and gardens

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