Colin Selig Sculpture

Green Green Products prod
1547 Palos Verdes
#315
Walnut Creek, CA 94597

Tel : 925.457.5060
Headquarters
Contact: Colin Selig
www.colinselig.com
info@colinselig.com
Principal(s):
Colin Selig

Statement:
Colin Selig’s work is a synthesis of sculpture and sustainable design. His collection of site amenities, made entirely from scrap propane tanks, are comfortable, durable and eco-friendly. Colin’s aesthetic is modern, abstract and organic, with a sense of whimsy. His compositions range from human scaled, biomorphic sculptures to seating designs which are contemporary riffs on iconic furniture from past eras. The combination of curved seat and backrest provides good lumbar support for a wide range of body sizes.
Product Categories:
02845 Bollards + Barriers
02870 Site Furnishings: Seating, Tables + Gazebos
02871 Site Furnishings: Bike Racks, Planters + Trash Bin
02872 Outdoor Sculpture + Ornamental Work
05580 Metal Fabrications: Formed + Metalwork
12100 Art, Murals, Paintings + Sculpture
12584 Outdoor Furniture + Site Furniture
Applications:
Commercial/Institutional
Background:
MarketInternational
Founded2010
Showrooms / Distributors:
To purchase Colin Selig’s work please contact his studio at 01.925.457.5060 or email info@colinselig.com
 

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Brands / Products:
Sculpture, Benches, Seating, Planters, Bollards.
Sculpture
Asymmetric Hemi
Symmetric Hemi
Mid Century Modern
Cylindrical
Backless
Armless
Planters
Bollards
Lips and Kissing
Park Bench

New Products:
All New Products and Designs

Green Statement/Products:
Colin Selig’s products contain 99% post consumer REUSED content, making them among the greenest site furnishings available in the market. The manufacturing process begins with regionally sourced scrap propane tanks which are an abundant material due to strict regulations limiting their service life. Next the tanks are carefully dissected and the parts reassembled, with no additional reshaping or reforming of the material. Repurposing, or upcycling, has a dramatically smaller carbon footprint than recycling because the source material is reused in it’s current form.
Sustainable Design


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