The Classic Plaza range has changed its structural material from galvanised steel to marine-grade stainless steel. The R&D team is always working on ways to improve our products. The premium upgrade will be offered at no extra charge.
We only bring quality products into the urban environment. To do this responsibly, our company implements best practice in environmental management.
Our entire range is made and quality-controlled in Australia, and we use environmentally sustainable processes, such as LEAN manufacturing principles, to minimise waste.
Our hardwood is eco-certified and sourced from local sustainably managed forests.
Our products are made to last through the exclusive use of premium heavy-duty materials and finishes.
Our products are designed to allow for easy replacement of damaged parts. We provide our customers with the assurance that spare parts will be readily available well into the future.
We only use 100% recyclable materials in our products and packaging.
Design quality impacts the lifespan of a product. We are committed to R&D to deliver the best in safety, ergonomics, functionality, low maintenance and vandal-resistance to our clients. Every part is designed thoughtfully in order to make a positive impact in the public environment.
Few designers have made such an indelible mark on Sydney’s urban spaces, infrastructure and architecture as Darrel Conybeare and Bill Morrison. Together, these two have produced innovations so pervasive through Sydney that they have become part of the ‘furniture’ – yet their significance has largely gone unrecognised. From Circular Quay to Bondi Beach, Darling Harbour and Kings Cross, Conybeare and Morrison’s design expertise has shaped some of Sydney’s most prominent public spaces and enriched the lives of its communities. Here is the untold story of how Conybeare and Morrison – directors and founders of Street Furniture Australia – influenced many of Sydney’s most iconic locations. Read the full article, from Outdoor Design Source.
Street Furniture Australia is excited to announce that our stylish and robust Concourse Seat has been chosen to furnish more than 28 train stations across NSW. In a recent announcement by Gladys Berejiklian, NSW Minister for Transport, it was revealed that the NSW Government has committed $33 million to upgrading train stations across the state. Along with new lighting, landscaping and paintwork, train platforms will be furnished with a total of 800 Concourse Seats. Faced with the challenging task to produce 800 seats in 8 weeks, SFA approached the assembly process with Toyota lean principles at our Regents Park factory. Our two assemblers were tasked with building 20 seats per day (at 20 minutes per seat) to achieve our deadline. Read this Sydney Morning Herald article to learn more about …