Mention EOFY to receive free metro or half-price regional delivery.* Hurry – ends May 20, 2019. Street Furniture Australia would like to move stock for the new financial year. For a limited time only, we are offering free metro or half-price regional delivery for orders above $5000. This offer excludes Western Australia and countries outside of Australia. Note that all orders will be made-to-order on our factory floor, and normal lead times apply. This offer strictly ends May 20, 2019. Just mention ‘EOFY’ to your sales consultant when requesting your quote or placing an order. New Smart Products Our EOFY offer also applies to our new Smart Suite, a low risk way to start your smart city journey. See below: eBin – Enquire Now This smart bin uses fill monitoring …
meet the team
EDDIE DOWERS | Business Development Manager VIC
Eddie is a qualified horticulturalist, with a major in concept landscape design. He has 20 years’ experience as a landscape and horticulturalist consultant, including design and construct, and piloted government initiatives around the horticultural industry.
Eddie has authored industry papers and worked in conjunction with the CSIRO to develop world-first omnidirectional anti-slip decking and pedestrian boards for the public space.
What inspires you?
Your favourite product and why?
The Cafe range, as customers can funkify the product with outlandish colours.
Street Furniture Australia visited the United States, with international sales representative Juanita Marlowe touring Los Angeles and San Francisco. Part one – SFA in LA: First Stop, Hollywood. Golden Gate Bridge lookout. After checking in with our US office and phone centre, Juanita began a series of meetings with San Francisco architects and landscape architects, to show #BackyardExperiment and the new Build Aria augmented reality app. This included lunch-and-learn sessions with SWA Group in the city and Sausalito offices, breakfast with HOK and morning tea at WRT. Juanita was also pleased to meet with Gensler and James Corner Field Operations. Watching the #BackyardExperiment film at SWA, Sausalito. Juanita in action. The HOK office. A trip to Street Furniture Australia’s first project in San Francisco, Mission Dolores Park, found the Classic …
Wanted, A New Public Space for Melbourne: The Future Park International Design Competition invites entrants to propose a new signature space for the city’s centre. The contest is organised by AILA and the University of Melbourne, with up to $20,000 in prize money to be allocated. Participants are challenged to think about how parks shape Melbourne’s urban form, and uncover new possibilities. Restricted to a 10km radius from Melbourne’s city centre, designers are asked to present a rationale for the location of the proposed space and consider how their design responds to challenges facing the city in the 21st century, including climate change, growing population, biodiversity and community. University of Melbourne senior lecturer in Landscape Architecture Jillian Walliss says the competition aims to enhance the role of landscape architecture in …