Created by the Puerto Rican designer Maruja Fuentes, Leaningmolds is modular street furniture system. Simply attaching to the walls, he renewed the practices and common uses of street furniture.

Compound modules 3 dimensions are interleaved in each other, Leaningmolds is made of recycled ABS and available in various colors.

By binding to the wall, the elements of Leaningmolds form in public space a variable size and composition of an original and innovative street furniture.

The function of the object arises from the relationship it creates with its context. The object acts in addition to its support and only takes on its meaning once it is fixed to the wall.

Leaningmolds calls to different urban practices, lean back, relax while standing, lean to take a break or talk.

For more information and to discover other projects Maruja Fuentes, discover its website.

sources: Kidsmodern et Maruja Fuentes

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