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A comprehensive one-stop guide to litter solutions. Featuring new designs, easy customisation methods and a new scratch-resistant coating for low maintenance surfaces.

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A new scratch-resistant coating for smooth, clean surface.

A new scratch-resistant coating for smooth, clean surfaces.

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Step-by-step guides to ordering.

Sable bass castings and eco-certified Jarrah battens for a timeless look.

Sable Bass castings and eco-certified Jarrah battens for a timeless look.

New Frame Bin features wide batten signage and low maintenance Woodgrain finish.

New Frame Bin features wide batten signage and low maintenance Woodgrain finish.

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Trend Watch, August 2018

Kanye’s housing renders: Kanye West’s Yeezy Home design and architecture collaborators have released images of an initial pre-fab concrete concept design, with a Brutalist aesthetic, on Instagram. Very little information has been offered about the architectural renderings, posted by Jalil Peraza, a long-time West collaborator who teamed up with architect Nejc Škufca and industrial designer Vadik Marmeladov to bring us a first look at Ye’s housing vision. Peraza told The Urban Developer his intention is to create a “scalable” low-income social housing scheme using prefabricated concrete. His company, Face Modules, has prior experience with low-cost prefab commercial pod systems. Should West’s project go ahead, a ’tilt-up’ method of construction, using cranes, could be used to erect as many as 30 house panels per day. It could be the start of West’s new city. Or perhaps he is currently …

  • 13 aug 2018
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SFA in The Wall Street Journal

Street Furniture Australia’s new Aria Smart Bench with PowerMe™ Table is featured in The Wall Street Journal as part of an article on the Smart Social Spaces project. Georges River Council with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) will investigate how data collected by smart furniture and sensors can be used for urban management and the local community. New furniture including Aria and PowerMe has been installed at two locations in Georges River: a plaza, Memorial Square in Hurstville, and two sites in a suburban green space, Olds Park in Penshurst. UNSW will collect the data and work with Georges River Council on responsive asset management. Street Furniture Australia is the industry partner for this project. “In the past, to measure how many people use a particular area of a park, officials have typically …

  • 18 jul 2018
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13 Upgrades For Your Smart Bin

Smart Bins have the potential to help keep cities cleaner and provide useful services while saving custodians time and money. StreetChat investigates the top technologies to put under the hood of your new Smart Bin, available in 2018. What if a bin told you when it was full, empowering your maintenance team to go where they are needed and save on wasted trips? By updating your cleaning schedule with live data, could you reduce your carbon footprint and free up staff to tend to other projects? A Smart Bin equipped with a fill monitor can do just that. Geolocated sensors tell you exactly where your assets are, when they were last maintained, and alert you when approaching full capacity – with a user-friendly app available on your phone or laptop. Such …

  • 21 nov 2017
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Sydney Recharges at Future Street

Driverless shuttles, park benches that charge your phone and bins that send alerts when they’re full – the Future Street showed smart cities are within our grasp today. The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IOTAA) and Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) built the street of the future at Circular Quay on Alfred Street, in front of Customs House in October 2017. Place Design Group, as the design partner, curated Green, Complete and Smart Street zones to imagine the best placemaking outcomes for street designs of the future. “We found that people were using the seats, tables and platforms for work and social gatherings. Build it and they will come, is a good lesson for providing more infrastructure like this in our streets,” …

  • 26 oct 2017
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How to Place Seats in the City

StreetChat delves into Jan Gehl’s iconic book ‘Life Between Buildings’ to bring you a summary on how to place seats in the city. “Only when opportunities for sitting exist can there be stays of any duration,” he says. Seats are crucial to the success of a public space. The good news is that they are a relatively cheap and easy to install solution for improving an outdoor environment. Point 1. Location, location Good opportunities for sitting mean people can comfortably eat, read, people-watch and socialise. And this can only happen when conditions are just right. Gehl advises: A comfortable relationship to the sun and wind creates a good microclimate, essential for sitting. Benches placed in the middle of open spaces may look good in drawings, but on site can feel …

  • 29 aug 2017
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