This slatted teak dining set sits nestled in an irregular shaped corner of a patio on Telegraph Hill. The wrap around bench maximizes seating by following the architecture's perimeter and the acute corner creates an intimate and inviting space on the San Francisco Bay facing porch. Angled slats align with the main wall and sit parallel with the view. The consistent slat orientation simplifies an otherwise complex arrangement of angled surfaces and create a visual connection between the benches and center table. An integrated adjustable back rest sits discreetly when folded down and when up allows for a number of angles for reading, sleeping, or conversing.