City2Connect Collection 2020-2021
We are pleased to present our new City2Connect collection. This collection with functional high-quality street furniture has been expanded even further. Numerous new models have been added to the collection, including: new seating elements, biobased concrete borders and a waste bin with extra-large capacity or the possibility to separate the collection of waste. Click here to download the new brochure or go to the collection overview to view the new models.
Roadblock planters in Genk - for a safer and nicer environment
Vehicle protection measures have been taken at a few strategic locations in Genk. The heavily coupled planters not only make Genk more safe but also more beautiful. The integrated seating elements ensure a pleasant place to stay. A special planting plan provides a complete picture
Custom design fixtures in Meppel
Based on the design by buro MA.AN from Rotterdam, Public Outdoor Creations delivered custom design fixtures for the revamped centre of Meppel. The tree tubs and planters are made of steel and feature a special anti-graffiti coating. Each of the different fixtures has a unique shape. The design contributes to the greening of Meppel’s public spaces and gives the city centre area a distinctive look and feel.
City2Connect in Vaassen
The centre of Vaassen is currently being redesigned. Public Outdoor Creations was commissioned to supply the street furniture. These products come from the City2Connect collection (www.city2connect.nl). Benches, bicycle racks, bollards and waste bins were delivered as part of this project. The high-quality look, timeless character and sustainability of the materials were decisive factors in the Municipality of Epe’s decision to choose City2Connect.
The Longest Bench in London
We recently delivered and installed a 30-metre-long custom-built bench in central London. The wood was specially cut for this bench using a 3D CNC router. The frame was made from treated stainless steel and fitted with anti-skate strips. The contractor is now putting the finishing touches on the project, including planting.