Samer Chalfoun, observing that humans spend an average of 100,000 hours of their lives seated (equal to half their time sleeping) placed a bench on the coastal waters. It was a simple wooden bench backed by a rectangular sheet of polished stainless steel that mirrors the sea.
|Location:||Corniche El Manara|
|Medium:||Sculpture, Urban furniture|
|Tags:||Site-specific intervention Public sculpture|
|Framework:||The Corniche Project|
|Authorizations:||Municipality of Beirut|