British Columbia based designers | manufacturers of site furnishings for public and private spaces.
Specializing in UHPC (ultra high performance concrete) to create sophisticated, elegant and durable site furnishings. Aesthetics that withstand high traffic, harsh climates and adverse weather.
LANDSCAPE FURNISHINGS PRODUCTS
b.c. made products
Canadian products built to last 100 years plus in climates with extreme weather conditions. From freezing, to blistering hot our products will be around for 100 years plus.
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Landscape Furnishings has just installed our REC series UHPC planters on this Victorian penthouse deck. These Ductal concrete planters are staggered to create a stepped installation that blocks other buildings roofs, but allows clear lines of the best views. They utilize LF standard 30"X30"X30" and 24"X24"X18" REC series and one custom 48"X24"X24" adjoining piece. UHPC is a perfect material for rooftop decks when products are exposed to strong winds and weather conditions but need to be light enough to move into place. Update planted pictures to come.
Landscape Furnishings has been working on a new series of UHPC benches and picnic tables ready for the Spring 2017. We are re-releasing Cristian Arostegui's Sophie Bench in both 20" and 46" versions. There is C-Series and a G-Series, named after their alphabetic shapes. All these products come in white, light grey or charcoal finishes. The C-table is a ductal picnic table meant to be completely wheel chair accessible.
We are tired of the same old concrete picnic tables done over and over.
Here is a fresh take on this everyday item that is going into production very soon. It utilizes the structural qualities of ductal to create a cantilever that provides wheel chair access.
Our full line of concrete benches, planters, and site furnishings made on Vancouver Island
Landscape Furnishings has just released it's 2016 hand cast catalog. Each piece is hand cast and tells a story about how it is made. Natural veining is intentionally created and intrinsic to the process. More variation can be created by adding pigments, various sands, or blending cementitious material. The process is very physical, time consuming and personal. Each craftsman has his or her own touch, the result - every piece is completely unique. Colours include white, grey and charcoal.
This new design by Cristian Arostegui utilizes the structural properties of ductal to give this table a floating aesthetic. The ductal uhpc legs can be cast in white, grey or charcoal, the table top is intended to be glass, but can utilize wood.
Site furnishings for your home by Landscape Furnishings. These facetted ductal containers are perfect for herbs and succulents. Designed for Landscape Furnishings by industrial designer Marc Rigolet. White, grey or charcoal colour options.
A new site furnishing by Landscape Furnishings showcases the gnarly forged leg by blacksmith Jake James and a slick ductal concrete top. This bench has a broad appeal and fits into a contemporary or classic garden, public space or hospitality setting. The first collaboration of many with Blacksmith Jake James.
A recent install of UHPC precast shapes at Simon Fraser University showcases the design potential of Ductal concrete. Six different shapes have been installed in different configurations to provide clusters of seating and planting modules. The installation was designed by Matthew Soules and manufactured by Szolyd Development. This application is the first of it's kind in British Columbia and truly utilizes the best qualities of UHPC.