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Juanita Marlowe


JUANITA MARLOWE | Business Development Manager Export

jmarlowe@streetfurniture.com

Juanita has a bachelor degree in Interior Design from FIDM in Los Angeles and a post graduate degree from RMIT Melbourne. She lived in Los Angeles for 19 years before she moved to Sydney and joined Street Furniture Australia. She is experienced in design, textiles and furniture, both manufacturing and market specification.

What inspires you?

Quality innovative design that connects people.

Your favourite product and why?

The Mall Sun Lounge. I love the curved singular design of it.
The Monsoon Bin.  The bold curves and design reminds me of one of my favourite all time architects: Zaha Hadid.

Mall Sun Lounge, CMMS, Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood Battens and Night Sky Black frames

Mall Sun Lounge, CMMS, Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood Battens and Night Sky Black frames

 

Monsoon Round Bin, LB8-BAT, Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood Battens with cast aluminium polished frames

Monsoon Round Bin, LB8-BAT, Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood Battens with cast aluminium polished frames



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