Vignelli Bench

Drawings with dimensions of the Vignelli Bench with measurements on the front, side, and plan views

The Vignelli Bench is a simple polyethylene bench with a consistent thickened profile. Designed by Massimo and Lella Vignelli in 2005 based on the reduced geometric language and proportions that the duo used when designing the altar and interior of St. Peter’s Church in New York City, the Vignelli Bench is a minimal and durable form that can be in many indoor or outdoor purposes.

The Vignelli Bench has a length of 71.75” (182.2 cm), height of 18.25” (46.4 cm), and depth of 18.25” (46.4 cm).

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Height: 
18.25” | 46 cm
Width:
Depth:
18.25” | 46 cm
Length:
71.75” | 182 cm
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Weight:
Materials:
Molded polyethylene
Designer:
Massimo & Lella Vignelli
Year:
2005

Properties

Drawings include:
Vignelli Bench front elevation, front (man sitting), side, plan

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Benches are long seats designed to sit multiple people simultaneously. The most basic bench is one without a back, but common benches seen in public areas and parks usually have arm and back rests. Benches are versatile pieces of furniture and may be used in both outdoor or indoor environments.