We’re all for enjoying open spaces, and making great park and public benches that people want to use is part of the big picture. Is there such a thing as anti-public seating? Just take a look of conceptual public benches. We’re all used to the presence of urban furniture as an accessible public good, from benches to bike racks and bus shelters. But what happens when the design of these resources is actually anti-user? A public bench in a Philadelphia train station brings up exactly that question.i want the bench to serve as a break in those places of transition and outdoor moments that we have within our building design. i did quite a bit of searching today and found many inspirational images as i begin my design process..The nature imitation of design is a way to make great innovation on furniture design. The particular bench imitates the contour of mountain. Though the function finally lessens by the existence of the conceptual element mountain contour, the bench is still retaining most of its function.