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Building on 36 years of manufacturing experience for the public domain, Street Furniture Australia has partnered with hundreds of designers and clients in developing an idea or concept design into a safe and refined product ready for manufacture.

Areas of advice include metals, composites and eco-certified hardwood as well as the methods of 3D printing, fabrication, laser cutting and casting.

There are many areas to consider when designing for public use in the outdoor environment. Our custom representatives are trained to provide best practice tips relating to:

  • Safety standards
  • Materials and finishes
  • Manufacturing methods
  • Ergonomics
  • Design trends
  • Costing
  • Corrosion
  • Fixings
  • DDA standards
  • Maintenance
  • Transport to site
  • Installation

Areas of advice include metals, composites and eco-certified hardwood as well as the methods of 3D printing, fabrication, laser cutting and casting. As part of the service, we provide shop drawings and full working prototypes for approval prior to production.

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1 CPD point for Landscape Architects

Street Furniture Australia offers free 45-minute educational sessions during the lunch break at the convenience of your office.

The technical presentation will guide you from the sketchpad to factory floor to transport and installation on site. Street Furniture Australia is a recognised CPD provider by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.

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custom projects

Signia by Meriton

Signia by Meriton is a sleek new residential development in Mascot in Sydney’s south, with more than 200 high-end apartments and green spaces for a relaxed outdoor lifestyle. The estate includes landscaped parks, rooftop spaces, barbeque areas, pools, saunas and gyms. “Those things are part and parcel of our Signia development,” Victor Toscano, Meriton’s head of residential leasing, told the Property Observer. “They are important to people today, especially to those who want to relax, entertain or workout without having to get in a car and travel.” The outdoor areas are dotted with bespoke furniture designed by landscape architect Cameron Greatbatch, Associate Director with Urbis, and complemented with Classic Galleria Settings and Mall Settings with Mall Slim Benches. The street furniture features jarrah battens and slick frames powder coated in Night Sky, with the tables …

  • 18 jun 2018
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Mildura Water Play Park

The Mildura Water Play Park revitalises parkland along the Murray River, inviting families to relax and play in a prime riverfront setting. Mildura Rural City Council commissioned the project to revive a 10 kilometre stretch of public park as part of an $18.3 million upgrade of the river precinct. Landscape architects Tract Consultants, with contractors King Construction Group, transformed the space into a local hotspot that attracted 1000 visitors each weekend in its first summer. “Given the hot climate of Mildura a waterplay facility was identified as an activity; to use that as part of the wider masterplan would help encourage people back to the park and the river,” says Nigel Parker, associate landscape architect with Tract. The firm designed a 40 metre long artificial stream, laid out like a river delta …

  • 11 jul 2016
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Constitution Avenue

An upgrade of Constitution Avenue, from Capital Hill through to Mount Pleasant Nature Reserve, features a custom suite of furniture with touches of brass. Hill Thalis Architecture and Urban Projects and Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture, with Street Furniture Australia, SMEC (urban strategy) and Able Landscaping, contributed to the transformation. “Like Paris’ Champs-Elysses or Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue, Constitution Avenue’s successful upgrade will establish it as one of the memorable urban boulevards and vistas of the world,” says Hill Thalis. “The resolution of its legible structure through fine, strong materials and detailing in the public domain will lend the Avenue an appropriate civic decorum, while making space for all the transit needs of a 21st century city.” The ACT Government received a $42 million federal grant for the 2.5 kilometre upgrade to celebrate the Centenary of Canberra. It includes …

  • 14 oct 2016
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