2018 AILA Festival QLD, Australia (2018)

Street Furniture Australia furnished the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: The Expanding Field on the Gold Coast in October 2018 with places for delegates to relax and recharge their phones.

Various configurations of the Aria Seating System, including Seats and Benches, an S-Shape and Curved settings, were on show throughout the Home of the Arts venue, with PowerMe™ charging tables.

Escola eBins collected rubbish and recycling, with working sensors inside to monitor and show fill levels throughout the event.

The Forum and Cafe Range added colour with bright powder coats, supporting Aria to provide work and dining opportunities under umbrellas.

Two Mall Sun Lounges enjoyed a prime waterfront view, with their own standalone PowerMe to rest a coffee and snack, while powering up.

The Festival attracted some 500 delegates from public space professions, from all over Australia and even the globe. The eField provided an easy space to eat, network and socialise between conference sessions, which were curated by Creative Directors TCL.

Tract Consultants kindly shared the below video on their Instagram Stories:

Street Furniture Australia furnished the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: The Expanding Field on the Gold Coast in October 2018 with places for delegates to relax and recharge their phones.

Various configurations of the Aria Seating System, including Seats and Benches, an S-Shape and Curved settings, were on show throughout the Home of the Arts venue, with PowerMe™ charging tables.

Escola eBins collected rubbish and recycling, with working sensors inside to monitor and show fill levels throughout the event.

The Forum and Cafe Range added colour with bright powder coats, supporting Aria to provide work and dining opportunities under umbrellas.

Two Mall Sun Lounges enjoyed a prime waterfront view, with their own standalone PowerMe to rest a coffee and snack, while powering up.

The Festival attracted some 500 delegates from public space professions, from all over Australia and even the globe. The eField provided an easy space to eat, network and socialise between conference sessions, which were curated by Creative Directors TCL.

Tract Consultants kindly shared the below video on their Instagram Stories:

location

Home of the Arts, Gold Coast

client

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

market

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