The Patmos leather bench by Terry Dwan
The Patmos bench is a very versatile and very elegant piece of furniture at the same time. It was designed by Terry Dwan for Riva 1920. It’s composed of two comfortable seats separated by a wooden element. The seats and the back of the bench are upholstered in sponge rubber and they are covered in “pieno fiore” leather.
The bench sits on an iron frame. It has a natural unpainted finish and It provides the durable and stable base that the structure needs. Moreover, it created a strong but beautiful contrast with the fine leather seats. The bench is available in a wide range of colors, all from the Nuvola leather sample chart. This allows the user to freely choose from a multitude of options. Moreover, the simple design and the functionality of the bench make it a great piece of furniture for both private and public spaces.
The middle area is made of wood and it serves as a support for magazines or bags. This means that the Patmos bench would be a nice choice for waiting areas in cabinets and clinics but also anywhere else. It’s also great for reception areas. It’s something that could also be successfully integrated in offices. The Patmos bench is available in several different sizes. If you find the wooden element unnecessary, you can also opt for the version without it. For that model, the seats and the backs are completely covered in leather.