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TANIA JUSTICE | Business Development Manager, NSW
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What inspires you?

Beautiful coastal walks, textures, colours, creative design, all things French! I love working on a project from the initial discussions on how to bring a space to life with table settings or cleverly thought out bundles, and planters for greenery and shade with our new ChillOUT Trees, to bring a community together and enhance the space. It’s wonderful to see the options available by creating renders to be able to visualise the space and then finally seeing the finished project in situ is very rewarding.

Your favourite product and why?

It is hard to choose a favourite from the range, I have to say both Aria and Linea are equally on the top of my list. The Aria range offers a modular furniture system that works so well across places to relax, work, dine or play and the new Linea range is sleek and minimalist in sturdy stainless steel frame.


Aria Seating System (CMA) and Linea Cube (LIC6) with Bush Cherry battens, Monument and Lycra Strip frame.
The Linea suite includes Seat, Bench, Table, Lookout Table, Platform, Sun Lounge, Bicycle Stand, and Bollard.

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recent news

Street Furniture Australia is now 100% Carbon Neutral

Street Furniture Australia’s entire product range and manufacturing operation has received carbon neutral certification through Climate Active™. Achieving carbon neutral certification marks a significant milestone in our operation and the culmination of a four year long process of detailed measurement and analysis. Climate Active™ is the only Australian government-backed carbon neutral certification programme for businesses to measure, reduce, and offsets their carbon emissions. It is one of the most rigorous carbon-neutral programs in the world. An approved Emissions Reduction Strategy (ERS) is central to achieving certification through Climate Active. Street Furniture Australia has elected to use SBTi validated science-based targets to ensure their ERS is meaningful and aligns with the 2015 Paris Agreement – to limit global temperature rises to 1.5℃ above pre-industrial levels. For those emissions that can’t be …

  • 20 jun 2024
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Trend Watch June 2024

Ten principles for designing play spaces for neurodiverse children The growing body of research around inclusive design has deepened our understanding of this important area, paving the way for projects like Hassell’s new Mildred Creak Playground. Before the revitalisation of Edward Millen Park on Whadjuk Country in Perth, Western Australia, Hassell’s Senior Associate, Hannah Galloway and her team at Hassel met with teachers at Carson Street School and the Autism Association of Western Australia. They created ten key principles for designing play spaces for all children. Galloway said their goal was to design a unique space for all children to enjoy, regardless of their neurodiverse traits. “By incorporating sensory elements, promoting social interaction and providing spaces for regrouping and control, we can create environments where every child can thrive.” Hassell’s ten …

  • 19 jun 2024
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Book a Climate Action Workshop for your office

Melissa Gerke, our Communications and Education Specialist, is bringing a fun, interactive and informative presentation about our carbon neutral journey and latest products to customers in cities around Australia and in the US. In 30 minutes (plus Q&A) we will explore materials and finishes, touch and feel samples, and bond with your colleagues over delicious treats. There will also be a mystery prize for a lucky winner (optional). 2024 cities and dates include: Select from three catering options (optional): To book, contact Melissa Gerke

  • 19 apr 2024
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