The bench ideations produced two number of cool bench designs with one goal in your mind, that they must be free-flowing, fun and fluid. And Spaghetti and Garabatos are just that! Inspired by my personal favorite kind of pasta, spaghetti, Reinoso adopted the neutral type of public benches for the series and transformed them into playful pieces of art. Reinoso’s benches are very universal, because of remarkable ability to merge with outside and indoor spaces. You can place these questions park, or perhaps a museum! They’re intriguingly versatile.
The Spaghetti benches begin as the usual beige-colored wooden benches, those you will probably find inside your local park. However, the structures extend into curvy elongated branches, free from their functionality as cool bench designs, and soar for the sky. The benches exceed ordinary furniture pieces, and as a result transform into expressions of freedom and exploration, or as Reinoso states a clear case of “giving free rein for your whims”.
The Garabatos collection maintains the spirit of playfulness and liberty too, however, Reinoso decided on a matte black aesthetic for this. Twisting and spiraling, the Garbatos benches occupy a lot of space and could be well suited for public facilities. They’ve some chaos for them, something which differentiates them in the Spaghetti benches, however, I have to include that at certain angles they are doing seem like crawling spiders! Yikes!
But beyond their spaghetti and spidery like appearance, Reinoso’s benches really are masterpieces. Initially glance, they instill a sense of question and amusement inside you, and also you can’t help but go beyond and grab a seat! That is the only thing you can do when you have such great designs that continue to exist.