Park Range Meets DDA Requirements

Inclusive Design

Accessible Design

For more information, see our article: ‘How to Apply DDA to Street Furniture: Seats and Tables.’

The Park range has undergone a transformation with a focus on inclusive design. Park seating and tables are now DDA-compliant, offering two wheelchair-accessible configurations.

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Ergonomic profiles provide superior comfort, while extended seats can accommodate up to five people per bench. Select aluminium battens for a sleek modern look, or eco-certified hardwood for a warmer mood and texture.

The Park seat is now accommodates up to five people.

The Park Seat now accommodates up to five people.


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