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David Fersh

David Fersh

Washington, DC, US

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The awnings are designed to allow rainwater to cascade off each of the three awnings and away from the bench.
The awnings are designed to allow rainwater to cascade off each of the three awnings and away from the bench.
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Rain Covering

A set of three awnings attaches to an existing handrail structure to cover a street side bench.  A popular spot to wait for a rides becomes protected from the elements.  

 
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Status: Built
Location: Providence, RI, US

 
Threaded rods are used to pull tension into the awnings and allow water to be channeled away.
Threaded rods are used to pull tension into the awnings and allow water to be channeled away.
Threaded rods are used to pull tension into awning and allow water to be channeled away.
Threaded rods are used to pull tension into awning and allow water to be channeled away.
Detail of the connection to existing handrail. It was important that this connection was made without damaging the existing structure.
Detail of the connection to existing handrail. It was important that this connection was made without damaging the existing structure.

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