DesignReasons sells the Flower Bench designed by Kazuyo Sejima & Ryue Nishizawa of Sanaa Architects for Vitra. Flower is a bench with a slender middle and a petal-shaped seat design reminiscent of a clover or a three-leaf blossom. It is a comfortable seating solution for up to three people who want to communicate with one another or who are seated facing away from each other, relaxing alone. Design work on Flower began in 2001 and was first employed during the 7th Istanbul Biennial. Since then, the bench has been produced repeatedly in small numbers for individual projects, making it clear to SANAA and Vitra that Flower was ready to be developed for larger scale production.
Material Flower was primarily conceived for use in public spaces. This is why the bench is covered in high-quality, durable artificial leather, which is available in seven colors. Micropore Colors Elephant, Sahara, Champagne White, Black Stone, Sandalwood, Almond, Coconut
Carcass Polyurethane foam
The Sanaa Architects was awarded the Hyatt Foundation's Pritzker Architect prize in 2010. the Japanese architects are currently designing a production hall on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein.