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Casablanca Marina



Street furniture fot the new Casablanca Marina (Morocco), based on concrete benches with creased angular faces, which originated a product line called “Clean”.

Design: LARUSDESIGN

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Sharjah wayfinding



Wayfinding for the historic, urban, and pedestrian areas in the Sharjah emirate, where geometric shapes have been used as a result of the research into Arab traditions, symbols, and cultures. LED interior lights and printed information on tempered and laminated glass.

Design: LARUSDESIGN

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Fortress Belt



Rehabilitation and interpretation project of a Spanish line of fortifications, for protection against the French squadrons. Built during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, it extends from Antwerp, Belgium, to the provinces of Zeeland and North Brabant in the Netherlands.
It integrates street benches, shelters, panoramic stairs and bicycle racks. It intends to preserve the cultural heritage and historical roots, protect the surrounding nature and increase the tourist and economic potential of the region.

Design: Bjorn Gielen

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Embondeiro Line



Solution that resorts to historical and cultural references. Seeking its draw in the physiognomy of the autochthonous Embondeiro (baobab) tree of Angola, it contributes to strengthening the local identity.

Design: LARUSDESIGN

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Medina Casablanca



This furniture highlights Moroccan culture. As a reference, the gates of the old Casablanca medina and the Hassan II mosque, geometric patterns, and Moroccan pottery. It includes benches, bins, signage, and touristic-cultural signs.

Design: LARUSDESIGN

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