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JUNE LEE BOXSELL | Head of Marketing and Innovation
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June has been with Street Furniture Australia for more than 13 years. She is highly experienced in design, digital and product management.

What inspires you?

Contributing to places and their communities.

Your favourite product and why?

Arqua Fountain and Monsoon Bin excel in both form and function and are designed to never age.

Arqua Drinking Fountain with Dog Bubbler, Garden For the Future.
Arqua Drinking Fountain with Dog Bubbler, in the Garden For the Future, Bendigo.
Monsoon Bin with eco-certified Jarrah hardwood battens.

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recent news

120 landscape architects gather at the annual Jazz at The Mint

Clients from Sydney, Adelaide, California and Texas joined Street Furniture Australia and AILA NSW to celebrate the unveiling of new products on March 14, 2024, with margaritas and live music. Jazz at The Mint is an annual product launch held at The Mint, an iconic site in the heart of the Sydney CBD. It is an elegant affair and a unique opportunity to connect with landscape architects and built environment professionals at a global scale. This year’s party featured the new Linea Planter System and upcoming Piatto Chair, a single-seater hybrid between cafe and robust public space furniture – available now for specifications. The gathering was opened by Uncle Allan Murray, representing the Metropolitan Aboriginal Land Council, with speeches from: Ben Stockwin, AILA CEO, acknowledged the 10 year relationship with …

  • 25 mar 2024
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Contest winner: Awkward Family Photo

To celebrate the unveiling of the Piatto Chair at our annual product launch party with AILA NSW in Sydney, Jazz at The Mint, clients were invited to enter this quirky contest. The competition called for teams to incorporate Piatto Chairs into an ‘Awkward Family Photo’ portrait, for a chance to win Piatto Chairs of their very own. Congratulations to the creative crew from Yerrabingin, who delivered the strongest awkward family vibes on the night. Highly commended goes to the entrants below, and the full photo gallery from the event is available for viewing. Please contact if you would like to request a high res file to print and frame for your best room.

  • 25 mar 2024
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Trend Watch March 2024

How a Colombian city cooled dramatically in three years Focusing on plants and people, Peter Yeung writes about how Medellín, known as the City of Eternal Spring with its year-round high temperatures, has created a people-led scheme of ‘green corridors’ to keep cool on the website ‘Reasons to be Cheerful.’ The project to plant and maintain hundreds of thousands of trees and plants across the city is carried out by 150 citizen-gardeners, who come from disadvantaged and minority backgrounds, with the support of 15 specialised forest engineers. Yeung said: “The $16.3 million initiative led to the creation of 30 Green Corridors along the city’s roads and waterways, improving or producing more than 70 hectares of green space, which includes 20 kilometres of shaded routes with cycle lanes and pedestrian paths. …

  • 26 mar 2024
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