Before being perceived as an element of furniture, this design tends to fascinate by its underlying complexity translated in a simple, strong form.
Laureate of the Parck Design competition, Ondine is the fruit of a close collaboration between designer Michael Bihain and Belgian architect Cedric Callewaert. Ondine's main concept is its capacity to subject its viewer, or user to multiple interpretations: it is both sculpture and bench.
Divided into 3 identical modules, Ondine can be repositioned continuously. It offers a longitudinal seating element as well as a circular one. Its organic curves and its modularity offer a wide range of seating possibilities permitting it to continually adapt to various settings, urban, cultural and rural.
Ondine is made in France.
Design, Michael Bihain + Cedric Callewaert, Belgium
Dimensions : outside diameter: 245cm, inside diameter 125cm, high seat: 57cm, low seat: 17cm
Materials: chromatised powder coated & laquered steel sheets, 8mm
Colors: white, light gray, anthracite gray, grass green, sky blue, coral red, deep orange, zinc yellow, by special request silver & gold are also possible + RAL refernce colors
Price: 3 modules: 11 187.€ additional module: 5 133€
Lead time: 10-12 weeks