An undulating bench transcending order and chaos. Sitting down, surveying the ground to find the most suitable spot; a flat area with no dirt on which to stretch out, Interférences flirts with the idea of lying completely flat on the ground. Its lower surface undulates and teases the ground with just a few contact points. Its upper surface, flat and level, invites people to rest for a moment before heading off to rejoin the continum of urban flow. Just like a public area in movement, Interférences oscillates between order and disorder, a balance generating creativity and conviviality – beauty in chaos, a way of adapting to different public universes.