Introducing Linea

Linea Table (LIT10) with aluminium woodgrain Curly Birch battens and Eucalypt Green frame.

The Linea range is sleek and minimalist. 100% stainless steel frames support many colours, lengths and mounting types, including plinth and wall-fixed options.

The Linea range adheres to Australian standards for accessibility (AS1428.2). DDA seating and table products are also available in this range.

See the Linea Brochure for further information including technical details, measurements, material options, colour chart and configurations.

Linea battens are cleanly encapsulated within the frame, which is designed to prevent water from pooling in the seat. Wall-mount with ease with secure dynabolts.

Linea Seat (LIS10, 1800mm) with aluminium woodgrain Spotted Gum battens and Textura Dark Bronze frame, wall-fixed.

Linea Seat

Linea Seat is suitable for positioning on grass or hard pavement.

Linea Seat (LIS10, 1800mm) with aluminium woodgrain Spotted Gum battens and Sable Brilliance frames.

Linea Bench

Linea Bench can be fixed on a plinth. Suitable for waterfronts.

Linea Bench (LIB6, 1500mm) with aluminium woodgrain Beach Oak (Grey) battens and Lobster Red frame, plinth-fixed.

Linea Table

Shorter benches and seats are recommended for Linea Picnic Settings, for easy access.

Linea Picnic Setting: Linea Table (LIT10, 2100mm) and Linea Bench (LIB6, 1800) with aluminium woodgrain Bush Cherry battens and Textura Surfmist frames.

Linea Cube

Group Linea Cubes in social configurations and make them pop with bright colours.

Left to right: Linea Cube (LIC6) with Lycra Strip Green battens and Viper Green frame; Brilliant Yellow battens and frame; aluminium woodgrain Bush Cherry battens and Lycra Strip Green frame.

Mix it up

Vary arrangements by pairing seats and benches with stools and tables for comfortable and social settings.

Linea Seat (LIS10, 1500mm) and Linea Bench (LIB6, 600mm) with aluminium woodgrain Spotted Gum battens and Textura Dark Bronze frame accompanied by Cafe Macchiato Table (T7, 720mm height) in Textura Dark Bronze.

Wood without worry

Select woodgrain aluminium battens for a natural timber look, with minimal maintenance. Choose from five shades of wood: dark to light and cool to warm.

Available shades: 1. Bush Cherry, 2. Wenge, 3. Spotted Gum, 4. Beach Oak (Grey), 5. Curly Birch.

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