Designed by BassamFellows

In 2003, architect Craig Bassam and creative director Scott Fellows  began drafting their vision for a new kind of American luxury company. A genuine, fully integrated lifestyle brand stemming from their shared aesthetic sensibilities, it would encompass architectural projects and interiors as well as impeccably crafted furniture, lifestyle objects and personal accessories. BassamFellows’ pioneering Craftsman Modern aesthetic, which marries architectural authority with a minimal-artisanal philosophy, was introduced with the debut of the iconic BassamFellows Tractor Stool at the 2003 Salone del Mobile in Milan. 


A fresh approach to the classic museum bench, BassamFellows’ version is a sophisticated hybrid, ingeniously constructed using two separate frames, one made in hand-worked brass and the other in solid wood.

The design of the Museum Bench allows for multiple configurations. The outer wood frame can hold a seating cushion or tray, depending on the desired use. As with all the solid wood elements, precisely keyed joinery details emphasize the luxury of craft. The bench is suitable for both residential or contract use – including high use areas. Can be used outdoors in teak (covered terrace recommended).


CB-31 Museum Bench (full cushion)

W 66 3/8” | D 16 1/2” | SH 15 1/8”
W 168.5cm | D 42cm | SH 38.5cm

CB-31B Museum Bench (2/3 cushion and a removable CB-12 Tray)

W 66 3/8” | D 16 1/2” | H 16 1/2” | SH 15 1/8”
W 168.5cm | D 42cm | H 42 cm | SH 38.5cm

Materials & Options

Materials Solid Santos Rosewood, Teak, Walnut or Ash, with oxidized brass inner frame.
Removable dense foam seat cushion.

Teak Walnut White Ash

Contact Us

Contact Hollace Cluny for more information at 416 968 7894 or send us an inquiry.
  • 245 Davenport Rd.
    First Floor
    Toronto, ON
    M5R 1K1
  • Showroom is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Saturdays by appointment only. Sundays closed.

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