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Forms+Surfaces products offer cohesive solutions for public spaces of all kinds—indoors or out. Whether combining members of a single family or drawing on products from multiple groups, the line makes it easy to carry design and material themes across a property, create a sense of place, and meet diverse functional needs.

The F+S Site Furniture line includes benches, bike racks, charging stations, tables and chairs, sunshades, and litter and recycling receptacles. Options encompass a wide range of aesthetics and standard designs as well as impressive customization potential. All products are distinguished by their ability to perform in today’s public spaces.

F+S Outdoor Lighting & Security Bollards blend precision craftsmanship, LED technologies, and high-performance materials and finishes. Options include Illuminated and non-illuminated bollards and security bollards, pathway bollards, and pedestrian fixtures. Many designs are International DarkSky Association approved.

Beyond Standard. Most F+S products can be modified or used as inspiration for something new. Modified products can be a great way to take an existing F+S design beyond its normal configuration options, add graphics, or alter a product’s size.

Materials Matter. The materials and finishes used in F+S products are an integral part of each design. With a focus on durability through sustainability, F+S products emphasize stainless steel, aluminum, TENSL Ultra High Performance Concrete, domestically sourced and FSC® Certified hardwoods, and low- and no-VOC finishes.

For more than five decades Forms+Surfaces has worked with clients to develop real-world design solutions. The result? A vast portfolio of successfully completed projects around the globe.

You’ll find the latest additions to the F+S product line on display at this year’s ASLA Expo in San Francisco. Stop by the F+S booth – #841 – to see them in person. To learn more about how Forms+Surfaces can help turn your creative vision into installed reality, visit

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