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COVID-19 Notice

For the safety of our customers, staff and community we are implementing new practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and do our bit to ‘flatten the curve.’ Factory Is Running Our goal is to continue production while keeping our staff safe. New precautionary measures are in place, which include split shifts, social distancing and frequent disinfecting of premises. No orders are impacted at this stage. We will inform you immediately if we foresee any changes. Open For Business (From Home) Our sales and office staff are now working from home. We have set up systems to minimise disruption and to maintain quality service for our customers. Please continue to contact us through the normal channels. For your convenience, we have included direct lines to personnel on our contact page. …

  • 19 mar 2020
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Trend Watch March 2020

Eerily Empty Public Spaces During Coronavirus: The Atlantic has published a gallery of eerie images from around the world, showing what happens when quarantine measures and self-isolation keeps everyone at home. Here are just some of the images, taken between February 21 and March 9, 2020: Empty: Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy. Deserted restaurant in Singapore’s Chinatown. Toilet paper aisle, Australian supermarket. Unused tourist buses near Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Top photo: Friday prayers with very slim attendance at the Kaaba in Mecca’s Grand Mosque, March 6 2020. Go to The Atlantic’s full gallery. Paris Mayor Calls for 15-Minute City: In her re-election campaign Mayor Anne Hidalgo proposes plans to ensure that every Paris resident can meet their essential needs within a short walk or bike ride, writes …

  • 13 mar 2020
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#EachForEqual with Women in Landscape

Street Furniture Australia invited nine women who work in landscape, each at different stages of life and career, to an International Women’s Day round table and lunch to discuss this year’s theme, #EachForEqual. Special guest Linda Corkery, Professor of Landscape Architecture at UNSW, co-director of Corkery Consulting and former AILA National President, led the discussion supported by June Lee Boxsell, Head of Marketing and Innovation at Street Furniture Australia. We were joined by Esther Dickins (Scott Carver), Miriam Enoch (DesignInc), Ranine Hamed (City of Parramatta), Elisabeth Lester (Context), Faid Mazin (AILA Fresh NSW) and Isabel Sanders (Aspect Studios), Emma Washington (City of Sydney) and Tanya Wood (TWLA). The 2020 theme is drawn from a notion of ‘Collective Individualism,’ that we are all parts of a whole and our individual actions, …

  • 12 mar 2020
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