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Sixties Low Bench

designed by Frédéric Sofia

made by Fermob




The Sixties bench is a lounge piece that embodies the spirit of the decade from which it takes its name. It’s designed by Frédéric Sofia, the man behind the iconic Luxembourg chair. You’ll simply love the way it brings a touch of joy and optimism to your patio or terrace. Huddling together and sharing secrets, telling stories or reading a good book, side by side. With this two-seater bench, you can do all these things – and much more besides! It’ll draw you in with its enveloping curves and elegant, airy weave made from outdoor-grade synthetic polyethylene fibres. This piece is made for comfort – and it’s built to last, capable of withstanding even the harshest outdoor conditions. The marriage of unique, stylish woven polymer and an aluminium frame gives this designer bench bold, distinctive appeal. It’s available in a range of deep, elegant hues. Combine it with the low table and armchair from the same collection and bring the entire Sixties range into your garden, for a striking effect.

Lead Time

12-18 weeks (quick ship options available)

46.5"W x 25"D x 28.5"H x 16"SH

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just a few of the many custom finish options to choose from 


Frédéric Sofia

Between graphics and function, structural realism and formal aesthetics, Frédéric Sofia makes his way instinctively, from the world of objects to contemporary art.
Self-taught, his formation followed atypical and transversal paths. He functions without methodology, without theory, with a practical intuition that needs no explanation. He intervenes on the object in a way that is both classical and viral. The transformations, the messages, are subtly conveyed. Sly references take form and propagate. Without frontiers, a hybrid soul, he recognizes the signs of affiliation, respects individual groups, desacralizing symbols even as he restores them.

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