Landscape Forms | Bridging the worlds of the rational and the abstract, Theory merges familiar, utilitarian elements with open-ended, artful design to elevate and humanize transit experiences. Designed by Scott Klinker, the family of street furnishings consists of a transit shelter system, beam and bench seating systems, and a supporting cube element. Theory uses modularity and aspects of non-prescriptive design to inspire playfulness and discovery, to encourage unique interpretation by its users, and to spark designers’ creativity.