An essential contribution to protecting public spaces
Peace of mind and safety have always been the primary premise of successful urban planning. Since squares, parks, and open spaces are gathering places where people socialize and meet each other, they must arise in safe environments. The threat of events that could upset security has driven managers of public spaces to consider installing new kinds of urban elements to enhance the wellbeing of people. Cities need especially structures designed to guarantee perimeter security, intending to create pedestrian zones with limited traffic and access. Meeting this objective will involve taking account of the local environment style. Street furniture should retain, attract, and protect people to places, respecting the distinctive characters of local environments. Thus planters, bollards, and decorative elements, all made in concrete, form an essential contribution to protecting public spaces in an aesthetically pleasing manner, thanks to their unique features like elegance, strength, and endurance.