With the inspiration of Meccano and a Swiss army knife I found a movement that I could apply on a modular bench system. 
This bench is designed to fit in the concept of Gärsnäs, a Swedish traditional company that makes high-end furniture for public space. They asked for a outdoor sit system with certain features such as it should be modular, attached to the floor, ergonomic and interesting material meetings. The benches are modular and movable. They connect to each other with the metalplate inbetween them. The metal legs goes right up through the wooden seat and creates an neat detail with the meeting between the metal and light oak.

1200x550x890 mm
The material is oak with white pigment oil and a base welded together of metal pipes.

Dackelid Form - The benches, one of them is a smaller version
The benches, one of them is a smaller version
Dackelid Form - The benches can be placed in many different ways
The benches can be placed in many different ways
Dackelid Form - Red version of the bench. Its possible to take of the backseat to make a small table of the benche.
Red version of the bench. Its possible to take of the backseat to make a small table of the benche.
Dackelid Form - The armrest is a bit bigger than usual, this is to make a small table to place the coffee cup on.
The armrest is a bit bigger than usual, this is to make a small table to place the coffee cup on.
Dackelid Form - The base can come in many different colors
The base can come in many different colors
Dackelid Form - Visualization of how the movement looks
Visualization of how the movement looks
Dackelid Form - Detail image of hoe the metal plate is put together with the middle board
Detail image of hoe the metal plate is put together with the middle board
Dackelid Form - Finally made a real mock up, Oak with white pigment oil and turquoise steel base. Made by the best Augusto Bront
Finally made a real mock up, Oak with white pigment oil and turquoise steel base. Made by the best Augusto Bront
Dackelid Form - Detail of the steel base going through the armrest
Detail of the steel base going through the armrest
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