F.C. Nüdling

High-quality city furniture made of concrete

Pedestrian areas, squares and public green spaces are something like the “living room” of any city. Here the citizens meet to go shopping, to stroll or just to relax. The more attractive these public spaces are designed, the more they are embraced by the population. Meanwhile, even benches and other seating furniture, planters and bollards made of concrete have made a significant contribution to a contemporary appearance.

With the exclusive distribution of the breinco bluefuture product range of Spain, F.C. Nüdling is now able to offer the high-quality program for public spaces. The product...

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