Installed in Nakanoshima Museum of Art, Osaka, with the purpose of attracting museum visitors and creating a shared space for them, this series manufactured by CondeHouse is now being offered to the public, geared towards the contract market. When designing furniture for the art museum, designer Taiji Fujimori came up with the idea that he wanted to use natural wood material. He wanted to create an image of furniture that would live and age along with the passing of time and history of the building. In order to enrich the experience of art viewing, the benches of course had to have a beautiful appearance, as well as being easily accessible, safe, and comfortable for everyone. In addition, durability and ease of maintenance were considered, making these benches perfect not only for art museums, but for lounges and other public spaces where groups of people gather for activities.