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Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench
Towne Square Bench

Towne Square
designed by
Brian Kane.
About Brian Kane
Brian Kane established Kane Design Studio in San Francisco in 1989 following tenure as designer for Metropolitan Furniture, later acquired by Steelcase. Kane has designed several of Landscape Forms most popular and critically acclaimed benches including Presidio, Sonoma, Towne Square, Washington Square, and Hyde Park, as well as the Annapolis bollard. His bench designs marry graceful curves with comfort and strength to meet the special demands of exterior seating. Hyde Park was awarded the APEX Commendation for design.

The welcoming gesture of a roll back sofa, the comfort of a gently curved seat, and reflections on a traditional park bench meet in Towne Square Designer Brian Kane found the familiar in classic metal strap benches and married that traditional motif with state-of-the-art plasma cutting to create what he calls “craft through technology.” Towne Square applies Kane’s signature vocabulary of forms, from interior furniture to benches and chairs for the exterior urban environment. It renders robust tubular and sheet steel into graceful furniture with a fluid profile and transparency to the surrounding landscape. Optional perforated steel seats lend Towne Square a contemporary character.

Towne Square Bench
32" bench
27" x 32" x 32"
Towne Square Bench
49" bench
27" x 49" x 32"
Towne Square Bench
70" bench
27" x 70" x 32"
Towne Square Bench
One divider
Towne Square Bench
Two divider
Towne Square Bench
Perforated panel