Classic Plaza Back-to-Back

Two Plaza seats connected back-to-back form a seamless and continuous wave. Slender battens are made from eco-certified hardwood or aluminium, supported by strong stainless steel frames.

Two Plaza seats connected back-to-back form a seamless and continuous wave. Slender battens are made from eco-certified hardwood or aluminium, supported by strong stainless steel frames.

excellent strength

Strong stainless steel frames support whole seat.

quality you can see

The Classic range features elegant fixings and details.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $2000 - $3000
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Street Furniture Australia uses sustainably sourced local timber from certified managed forests.

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

Dimensions (mm)
1420W x 800H x 1750L

Code
CMP1A

Battens (mm)
40W x 20D x 1750L
• Eco-certified Hardwood Oiled
• Aluminium Anodised


Mounting
• Surface
• Subsurface

Arms
• None
• Angle Powder Coated (Pair)

Powder Coat Finish
Please refer to Colour Chart

Tailored options are available for all Street Furniture Australia products. Additional fees and lead times may apply.


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