BZ slatted bench

Martin Visser   |  1960

Museum-like and minimalist: the BZ slatted bench was designed by Martin Visser in 1960, for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. The design was so well received that Spectrum decided to include it in its collection.

1961, visitors on the BZ slatted bench in the Stedelijk Museum

The timeless design and clear design language make the slatted bench a true classic. Due to the available length, width and height dimensions, the BZ bench can be used in many different ways; as a coffee table, sideboard, bench in the hall and at the foot end of the bed. The bench is available in solid ash wood, natural or black stained, and solid wenge wood.

The BZ slatted bench in wenge wood, styling Floor Knaapen for Eigen Huis & Interieur magazine

Product specifications


Martin Visser




160/200 cm wide x 42/60 cm depth x 30/40cm height


Solid ash black stained, Solid ash natural, Solid wenge