Forum Low Table (or Bench)

A versatile coffee table or bench. Available in hardwood, anodised and bright colour aluminium battens. Standard lengths include 690mm, 1500mm and 2500mm. Tailoring available up to 5.5 metres in length.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Brochure | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.
* Timber is a natural product with variations in tone and texture, and requires regular maintenance. Street Furniture Australia recommends oiling every three months. Failing to maintain timber will void your warranty.

A versatile coffee table or bench. Available in hardwood, anodised and bright colour aluminium battens. Standard lengths include 690mm, 1500mm and 2500mm. Tailoring available up to 5.5 metres in length.

Open Technical Sheet (recommended) | Open Brochure | Open Colour Chart
Not exactly what you need? Call 1300 027 799 or make an online enquiry for a tailored solution.
* Timber is a natural product with variations in tone and texture, and requires regular maintenance. Street Furniture Australia recommends oiling every three months. Failing to maintain timber will void your warranty.

multifunctional

Use as a coffee table or bench seat.

wood without worry

Woodgrain aluminium finish offers a premium timber look for minimal maintenance.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $500 - $1600
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Street Furniture Australia uses sustainably sourced local timber from certified managed forests.

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information
MCODE
FT7

DIMENSIONS
690W x 440H x various lengths (mm)
27 3/16" W x 17 5/16" H x various lengths

CONFIGURATION690mm
• 1500mm
• 2500mm
• Tailored

MOUNTING
• Freestanding
• Surface Fixed Bracket
• Core Drilled (100mm below ground)
• Tailored


FRAME
• Cast Aluminium Powder Coated
  (see colour chart)
• Tailored

BATTEN
SFA uses sustainable timber from certified managed 
forests. Timber requires oiling every three months.
• Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood, Oiled (PEFC)
• Aluminium Anodised
• Aluminium Powder Coated (see colour chart)
• Woodgrain
                • Bush Cherry
                • Spotted Gum
                • Grey Oak
• Tailored

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.
For a tailored solution please contact a sales representative.


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