Polished Concrete Benches Create Unique Patterns

Justin Hawkins and his Lincoln, R.I., outfit, Livingstone Studios, sent us these photos of arrangable cast concrete benches they created for the Rhode Island School of Design’s Chace Center.

Justin Hawkins and his Lincoln, R.I., outfit, Livingstone Studios, sent us these photos of arrangable cast concrete benches they created for the Rhode Island School of Design’s Chace Center.

Casting all the concrete benches.

“These were integrally colored with a polished exposed aggregate finish,” Hawkins says. “The cool thing about these benches is that they are forkable and can be arranged in a number of different ways to create fresh seating patterns and designs.”

Two students sit on the concrete benches. A different angle of view of the concrete benches that create circles and squares.

A close up of the concrete benches at the RISD

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