Forum Seat

EOFY Special until June 30 2017. 10% off and 2 weeks to dispatch. All made-to-order.

The Forum seat is a hybrid between a patio and street furniture product, features minimal design, and comes in a range of fade-resistant bright colours. It is DDA-compliant and available in 1, 3 and 4 seater configurations.

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.

EOFY Special until June 30 2017. 10% off and 2 weeks to dispatch. All made-to-order.

The Forum seat is a hybrid between a patio and street furniture product, features minimal design, and comes in a range of fade-resistant bright colours. It is DDA-compliant and available in 1, 3 and 4 seater configurations.

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.

fixed or movable

Arrange seats to suit you - socialise or follow the shade.

dda-compliant

Accommodates all ages, featuring an upright profile and wide armrest support.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $500 - $1000
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium
    • DDA-compliant: Yes

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

Spare parts are readily available.

ORDER SPARE PARTS

specifications

See Technical Sheet for further information

MCODE
FS7

DIMENSIONS (mm)
555D x 735H x various length

BATTEN
Section 85x30mm
• Eco-certified Jarrah Hardwood Oiled
• Aluminium Anodised
• Aluminium Powder Coated
               Refer to colour chart
• Tailored - specify material and finish

LENGTH
• 1-seater, 660mm
• 3-seater, 1500mm
• 4-seater, 2500mm
• Tailored - specify length

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

FRAME COLOUR
Cast Aluminium
• Powder Coated
               Refer to colour chart
• Tailored - specify finish

MOUNTING
• Freestanding (Movable)* 
• Core Drilled (100mm below ground)
• Tailored - specify mounting
*Freestanding is recommended for 
hard pavements only

NO. OF ARMS
• Integral arms (standard)
Tailored - specify quantity

Some options incur additional fees and lead time.

For a tailored solution please contact 
a sales representative.

related projects

#BackyardExperiment

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 …

  • 6 feb 2016
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Rivalry Urbanwear

Rivalry Urbanwear’s shoes and clothing store at Elizabeth Shopping Centre in South Australia now features Forum Seats. Customers can use the stylish back-to-back four-seater Forums, powder-coated in Palladium Silver, to slip on their new kicks. “I absolutely love the chairs and I am very happy with how they look in store,” says interior designer Ashleigh Barry. “They look fantastic in the overall theme of the store. “Thank you for your help along the way,” she adds, “you made it very easy for me to arrange what I was after.” Paul Johnson, Business Development Manager for Street Furniture Australia in South Australia, says the project highlights Forum’s versatility to suit many applications. “The seats are very at home in a retail environment,” he says. “They are a quality seat, made to a high standard, and can be powder-coated to match …

  • 29 aug 2016
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AILA pop-up park

Between lightbulb moments and deep thinking sessions, some 500 delegates of AILA’s 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture recharged at Street Furniture Australia’s This Public Life Park. The four-day conference program included the likes of David van de Leer, Natalie Jeremijenko and Jenny B Osuldsen talking all things landscape architecture in Melbourne on October 15 to 18, 2015. Visitors kicked off their shoes to enjoy the freshly rolled-out lawn in Federation Square with SFA sun lounges, cafe tables and Forum seats in the shade of leafy trees planted in brightly coloured rim bins. The pop-up park almost entirely built in kind was designed by Context, with lawn from Lawn Solutions Australia and trees by Fleming’s Nurseries.

  • 24 mar 2016
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