The FGP Collection by Francisco Gomez Paz
July 6, 2015
FGP is an integrated collection of site furniture and lighting from Milan-based designer Francisco Gomez Paz. Part of Landscape Forms Global 45 initiative, FGP was designed for international application and appeal. The FGP Collection includes five elements: a bench, litter receptacle, bike rack and pedestrian and pathway LED lights. The design language is elegant and light. Elements have a fluid simplicity with subtly curved structural frames that give them a soft appearance. While contemporary in line and spirit, the collection echoes familiar forms, making it both welcoming and very modern. Cast aluminium structural parts are manufactured by Landscape Forms and have a handsome and durable anodized finish. Slats are available in standard Landscape Forms woods in North America and regionally sourced wood in international markets. Flat packed shipping and local assembly for domestic and international markets to support carbon-reducing sustainability.
Company: Landscape Forms Inc.
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