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A comfortable bench is the ‘welcome sign’ of the site furniture world.  Outdoor benches are an invitation to share space, stay longer and connect with place.

Maglin Site Furniture manufactures contemporary, classic, and modular outdoor benches to enhance all public spaces — including streetscapes, corporate and mixed-use courtyards, college and university campuses, hospitals, retirement communities, parks, zoos, and retail plazas.

Our collections of outdoor benches, park benches and street furniture are built to thrive in all outdoor environments. Maglin offers commercial quality metal benches, wood benches, and recycled plastic benches in classic and bright colors.  Many installation options are available, including surface-mount, direct-burial, wall-mount and cantilever. All our products are manufactured using durable, sustainable materials applied expertly to provide superior resistance to corrosion and resistance to UV damage and fading.

And all this strength doesn’t come at the cost of aesthetics!  From traditional to contemporary, Maglin Site Furniture benches integrate seamlessly into a Landscape Architect’s poised site design.

Reference our Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for more information on what our benches are made of and their impact on the environment.

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Bench Materials


Through a program of continual improvement and ongoing testing, Maglin has developed a superior metal finishing system.

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Recycled Plastic

Maglin uses High Density Polyethylene, creating a durable environmentally friendly alternative to traditional lumber.

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When only the beauty of wood will do, Maglin offers the industry standard — Ipe wood, as well as Thermally Modified Ash for a domestic option.

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Powdercoat Colors

Maglin offers many ‘classic’ and ‘bright’ standard colors for you to choose from.  Whether you want your bike racks to blend in or make a statement, we have the color for you!

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Installations and Inspiration