In 2009 Konstantin Grcic designed the Table B, launching BD Barcelona's Extrusion line of furniture. Sporting an extruded aluminum tabletop, the Table B came with three distinct leg options: Chunky concrete, cleanly-crafted oak or a web of stainless steel rods.
In 2010 Grcic followed up with the B Chair, made from ash with a dash of aluminum. The folding chair was designed to neatly nest into a horiztonal stack.This year's update to the B line is the Bench B, unveiled at this month's IMM Cologne furniture show. Sporting legs and angles that directly reference Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona chair, the base unit of the Bench B is a single chair; however, as the legs are essentially modular and bolts to extruded cross-members, lengths of up to six meters can be ordered, with additional legs added and spaced accordingly. It comes in aluminum for outdoor applications and upholstered leather or fabric for indoors.
Here's Grcic breaking the piece down: