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Introducing Forum

A hybrid between backyard and street furniture seating, the Forum range can be used for both pop up and permanent installations. Inspired by the moveable chairs at the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris, users may bring chairs together or follow the shade for the perfect spot throughout the day. Add a splash of colour with high visibility powder coating, or opt for a classic look with Jarrah or anodised aluminium battens. Pair with matching cafe tables and rim bins for the perfect pop up setting. The Forum comes as a one, three or four seater, and can be specified up to six metres in length. Its comfortable upright profile is DDA compliant, with ample back and armrest support to assist in sitting and standing, matching the profile and price of our Park range. The seats can also be fixed to the ground via core drilling for …

  • 31 jan 2016
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My Park Rules finalists

Close to 100 pleas for new parks have flooded in for the My Park Rules competition, with eight state and territory finalists teaming up with designers to pitch for the coveted playground makeover. As an official sponsor Street Furniture Australia is offering generous discounts for finalists on certain furniture pieces essential in transforming unloved spaces into lunchtime hotspots. Highgate Primary School in Western Australia, which received 870 votes to propel it into the state round of the contest, will bid to transform bitumen and sandy yards under the guidance of UDLA. Snug Primary School in Tasmania, paired with Playstreet Urban Design, dreams of transforming empty fields from out-of-bounds to creative fitness haven. Sydney’s Marrickville Public School, which notched up 1211 votes, will bid to cool down a concrete play area with Tract Consultants. Indooroopilly State School in Brisbane, which achieved 1252 votes …

  • 13 jan 2016
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