The iconic bench of New York City's Parks department was developed for use at the 1939 World's Fair, which was held in New York during 1938 and 1939. Robert Moses and Kenneth Lynch collaborated on the final design to maximize comfort and to take advantage of manufacturing processes. Over the years we have further improved on the design and are still a preferred manufacturer of the bench due to our accuracy to the original details. This bench is widely used in parks with landscape design plans from Fredrick Law Olmsted. Many variations of the design have been added to satisfy changing needs in park use. Of particular note is the variation which includes recycled plastic lumber slats. We developed an exclusive external reinforcing system to provide the added strength RPL requires to be able to handle the span between bench supports.
Sizes: Available in 4', 6' and 8' lengths.
Dimensions: Length x 27" x 34" H
Material: Ductile Iron and Ipe Wood or Recycled Plastic Lumber
Finish: Powder coated Iron with Natural lumber or Recycled lumber
Structure: 2 or 3 support legs, 9 slats, stainless steel carriage bolts
6737-4' - 158 pounds
6737-6' - 176 pounds
6737-8' - 255 pounds
6737-RPL-4' - 163 pounds
6737-RPL-6' - 196 pounds
6737-RPL-8' - 267 pounds
Options: Installs on grade with ability for permanent anchoring
Additional Information: Base pricing includes Natural Ipe Lumber. Other options are at an additional cost. Choose from Kebony, American White Oak painted Central Park Green and Recycled Plastic Lumber with additional steel bracing.
Made in USA.