Pedestrians and softer modes of transport have regained control of the city and its rhythm has progressively slowed down. The city today knows a palette of new uses and new flows of traffic to emerge and cohabit with.
The role of street furniture dedicated to outfitting the street is fundamental in this evolution because it gives structure to public spaces for a perfect legibility of the city. The perception of constraint furnishings, sometimes felt in the first hours of its implementation, has left its place to a better understanding of its role: to secure and harmonize the coexistence of different flows of traffic, to bring an additional service to use, guide and identify. Loyal to its approach, Aréa has developed broad ranges which allow the street furnishings to function together and to operate alternatively rather than in repetition.