Platform Bench

Platform Bench

Inspired by George Nelson




Nelson’s “Platform Bench” dates back to 1947, and it is part of a system of modular furnishings called BCS (Basic Cabinet Series), which includes containers, dressers and cabinets mounted on feet or placed on benches. Originally, it was available with many additional components, and it quickly became popular thanks to its versatility, since it could be used as bench, table or as support for other furniture. Very severe and linear in appearance, this is a true icon of Nelson’s style, and it fully reflects his vision of architecture and industrial design. Some find in it reminiscents of American Arts and Crafts, while, at the same time, it has a form closely connected to its function; Nelson, however, defined himself as an “adamant modernist”. Bench in tulipwood. Top natural or lacquered. Black lacquered legs.
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Made to order within 
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If you wish a different product configurationto suit your home you can select any of the variant available from the PDF sheet above and contact our customer service


100% Made in Italy. Bench in Tulipwood. Top natural or black lacquered. Black lacquered legs.

Product details

  • Dimensions W120 D47 H34,5 cm
  • Inspired by George Nelson
  • Line Benches Stools
  • Model Bench 2 Seater
Schema N150

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