CB-31 Museum Bench

Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, 2000


A fresh approach to the classic museum bench, BassamFellows’ version is a sophisticated hybrid, ingeniously constructed using two separate frames, one made in hand-worked brass and the other in solid wood. The design of the Museum Bench allows for multiple configurations -- the outer wood frame can hold a seating cushion or tray, depending on the desired use. The bench is fully adaptable in both its traditional function and, when combined with the tray, as an elegant and graciously proportioned multi-use table. Both frames are plainly visible to underscore the piece’s structural integrity and synthesis of natural material.

  • Wooden bench with removable dense foam seat cushion 
  • Available in teak, ash or walnut
  • Inner frame in oxidized brass
  • Paired with CB-12 stacking tray (LINK)
  • 66.4”w 16.5”d 15.2”seat ht
  • Made in USA by BassamFellows