Gregory Terrace was filled with trees and plants as part of a Green The Street installation at the 2018 Ekka in Brisbane, designed to model how a public street can enhance a community’s health, happiness and lifestyle. The demonstration ran from August 10-19 and transformed 70 metres of the Terrace with four zones: the Healthy City, Virtual Reality Experience, Urban Forest and Urban Agriculture, designed by Catherine Simpson, Senior Urban Designer with RobertsDay. “The street has been incredibly popular. About 400,000 people come to the Ekka each year but it has still been surprising to us to see how people are engaging with it. I’m quite delighted actually,” Simpson told StreetChat. “People are drawn to different parts: the lush street forest, the urban agriculture zone with native bees, the urban artpark and …
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See Technical Sheet for further information MCODE S1 DIMENSIONS (mm) Ø 360W x 450H Ø 14 3/16" W x 17 3/4" H BASE AND MOUNTING • Base Plate • Surface Fixed • Subsurface Fixed • Core Drilled (300mm below ground) • Dome • Surface Fixed • Freestanding • Tailored
A pop-up park featuring 60 movable seats, colour, living lawn, library and lighting almost doubled visitors to Garema Place in just eight days. Street Furniture Australia partnered with AILA, the ACT Government and many suppliers and community volunteer groups to activate the underused grey, open space in Canberra. The park was designed by Context and features movable Forum Seats, Cafe Tables and Stools in bright powder coat colours. An additional 30 lightweight wire seats from a popular retailer were painted and added to the space. Time-lapse footage revealed a massive rise in the number of people visiting Garema Place and spending time in the pop-up park. Visitors grew by 190%, dwellers by more than 240%, and far more children, families, couples, seniors and social groups were counted – rising by up to 780%. In a powerful study …
The Cafe range was the ideal choice for outdoor dining at the Adelaide Airport Subway store. Whether it’s rain, hail or shine, customers can relax and enjoy their meal under large umbrellas positioned in the centre of each table, especially ordered by Subway. Mercury silver gloss was chosen to complement the strong Subway brand colour.