Diseno Neko Ola Street bench
Ola Street bench is Silver Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Street Furniture Design Award Category.
Ola Street bench

This bench, designed following eco-design strategies, takes street furniture to a new level. Equally at home in urban or natural surroundings, the fluid lines create a variety of seating options within one bench. The materials used are recycled aluminium for the base and steel for the seat, chosen for their recyclable and durable properties; it has a bright and resistant powder coated finish ideal for outdoor use in all weathers. Designed in Mexico City by Daniel Olvera, Hiroshi Ikenaga, Alice Pegman and Karime Tosca.

Ola Street bench
Diseno Neko Ola
Diseno Neko Street bench
Diseno Neko design
Diseno Neko design
Diseno Neko

Neko Design Studio, based in Mexico City, has over 8 years of experience working with clients to find the right design solution for their project. The team's expertise has led them to work with clients on projects as diverse as the architectural design of the Culiacan Agriculture Museum; signage for Chapultepec Park; and product design exclusively for the Mexican Gallery of Design. In addition to being featured in Architectural and Design publications worldwide, Neko's work has won several international awards and been exhibited in many events, including: Destination Mexico at MoMA in New York and Tokyo; Street Seats at Design Museum Boston; Fabrica Mexicana at the Modern Art Museum of Mexico City; and the Iberoamerican Design Biennial in Madrid. Their successful urban furniture line can be seen installed throughout Mexico.

Diseño Neko S.A. de C.V.

Diseño Neko is an interdisciplinary company in Industrial Design and Architecture founded in Mexico City in 2005. The team works in three main areas: industrial design consultancy; architecture consultancy; and the creation, manufacture and commercialization of urban furniture and home accessory lines, all with a focus on eco-design and sustainability. Neko's designs have been recognised internationally and exhibited in Mexico, New York, London, Madrid and Tokyo. The design studio has innovative ideas about the future of sustainable design and architecture, and pieces from their urban furniture line can be seen installed in many public spaces throughout Mexico, including the historic centres of Mexico City, Oaxaca and Chihuahua.