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The concrete planter: essential street furniture

The concrete planter is an essential piece of street furniture for public spaces. It has been employed in towns with great success. Their design and durability make them ideal for adding greenery to public spaces. Planters help add flowers in urban areas and improve the quality of life for the inhabitants.

A city with flowers is more attractive in the eyes of the residents. Flower beds in a town make the living environment more pleasant for its residents. This approach is also in line with our commitment to the environment and environmental protection. 



  • Made in France
  • Concrete structure
  • Fire-resistant (M0)
  • Exterior finish to match the surroundings
  • Complies with current standards
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Ductall® mineralized, painted or sanded concrete
  • RAL colour of your choice
  • Built-in water tank


Technical Information

  • Ref: JLOFT150130
  • Dimensions: 150 cm x 130 cm x 58 cm
  • Weight: 1.09 tonnes

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Frequently asked questions

Coherent street furniture can improve a city's image as it integrates naturally with the architectural style, enhancing it, but without being ostentatious. While we don’t need to homogenize street furniture on a city-wide scale, one common practice is to define a street furniture style for each architecturally distinct area of the community. Francioli has developed several collections of concrete urban benches, passenger shelters, rest areas, concrete bollards, fountains and concrete litter bins and ashtrays in order to help cities develop a certain degree of harmony in their street furniture. Each product line has an intrinsic stylistic identity which can suit a wide range of urban settings.

Ultra-High-Performance Fibre-Reinforced Concrete, also known by the acronym UHPFRC, or UHPC (Ultra-High Performance Concrete), has a special composition that gives it significant mechanical advantages. UHPFRC is characterized by extreme compressive strength combined with reduced porosity and fibre reinforcement for enhanced strength.As a result, Ultra-High-Performance Fibre-Reinforced Concrete is more resistant to impact, wear, abrasion and climatic variations. The tensile and compressive strengths of UHPC are also better than with conventional concrete.For these reasons, Francioli has chosen to use UHPFRC to manufacture its range of street furniture: rest areas, concrete benches, passenger shelters, water fountains, concrete litter bins and ashtrays, etc. This enables us to produce top-quality products that are both durable and resistant to the hazards of the urban environment.

Street furniture can have a major influence on the accessibility of public spaces for persons with reduced mobility (PRM). Since the Mobility and Handicap Act was introduced, urban amenities have been subject to a large number of standards and regulations that local authorities and manufacturers of urban amenities (public toilets, public benches, concrete bollards, rest areas, etc.) must comply with. As a designer and supplier of street furniture, Francioli makes sure that all of its product ranges: street furniture, public toilets, etc. comply with the many PMR accessibility standards in application.

Street furniture is highly important as it performs a number of functions in public spaces. Street furniture must enhance user comfort. For example, urban benches are highly appreciated by users when they want to sit down to wait, relax or enjoy the environment (especially in parks). Passenger shelters enable users of public transport to wait for their connections out of the rain and wind.Street furniture should be a real asset for a community. Custom-designed, modern, original or discreet... there are a range of possibilities when it comes to choosing street furniture. Street furniture must also be sturdy enough to withstand vandalism. This means that it must be strong. Concrete is a material renowned for its durability and resistance to vandalism and weather conditions (rain, wind, UV rays...).

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