Take a quick (and educational) tea break with us! Customers are invited to book in a 10-minute Zoom chat to learn about new products. Presentations are guaranteed no longer than 10-minutes plus Q&A. Choose from: New Linea additions (recommended). Wood Without Worry. Or request a custom presentation. Each participant will receive a T2 gift box (optional). Book by contacting us on email@example.com, or via the button below. Win a Georg Stool by Skagerak Tea Time bookings for Australian customers from 2 November 2021 will go into a draw for a chance to win an iconic Georg Stool by Scandinavian designer Skagerak, valued at $615. The prize will be drawn on 1 April 2022 and the winner notified by email. Ts and Cs: Presentations must be done by 1 April 2022. For customers based in …
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Introducing 5 more Linea products.
The Linea range is sleek and minimalist yet extremely strong with stainless steel frames. The R&D team has recently released 5 new products: Linea Platform, Linea Lookout Table, Linea Bollard, Linea Bicycle Stand and Linea Sun Lounge to further boost the range.
We are also excited to release Earthy Pastels, a new colour range to create a fun and contemporary Linea palette. Request for free samples.
A platform with levels
A bench and table in one, with optional ‘Hill’ that can be used as a backrest, small table, a perch or an interactive element for kids to play on.
Linea Platform (LIP9, 1800mm) with Hill, aluminium powder coated Mustard battens, Textura Monument frames.
Perfect for people-watching
Furnish a thoroughfare or take dining to the streets. Place near a playground for parents to supervise their kids in comfort.
Linea Lookout Table (LIT6, 1800mm) and Cafe Stools (S1) with aluminium woodgrain Bush Cherry battens, Brilliant Yellow frames.
A stylish and customisable bollard
Design your bollard with single or two-tone colour options and the ability to add timber tones or artwork. Fixed and removable options available.
Linea Bollard (B6) with aluminium woodgrain Beach Oak Grey insert and mustard yellow frame, surface fixed.
Relax with a design underpinned by ergonomic principles and strong, sturdy materials. Features an optional side table for coffee (or cocktail).
Left to right: Linea Sun Lounge (LIS) with aluminium woodgrain Bush Cherry battens and Horizon Blue, Textura Surfmist and Bistro Orange frames.
In addition to real hardwood, the Linea range is also available with aluminium woodgrain battens for greater durability, cooling properties and minimal maintenance. Available shades: 1. Bush Cherry, 2. Wenge, 3. Spotted Gum, 4. Beach Oak Grey, 5. Curly Birch. Request for batten samples.
A leading voice in placemaking, Kylie Legge is an architecture graduate, planner, place maker, author, facilitator, curator and entrepreneur. She is founding Director of Place Partners, a multidisciplinary placemaking consultancy based in Sydney, Australia and Place Score – the world’s first place experience measurement company. How did you get started and find your unique career pathway? My career has tended to veer off the beaten track. I’ve never been too worried about what other people think and am risk-hungry. I’m also interested in disruption – looking for better ways of doing things. At 23 as an architecture grad I talked my way into an internship at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. I lived a double life, working in a dive bar by night and at the most …
Bill Morrison and Darrel Conybeare, co-founders and directors of Street Furniture Australia, are celebrating 40 years of design practice with their architecture and urban design studio, CM+. The two young architects, shaped by formative experiences in the US and UK working with major players such as Eames, William Holford & Partners and the Farrell/Grimshaw Partnership – started their own venture in 1980 to shape cities through the still-fledgling practice of urban design. Their work includes the redesign of Macquarie Street and Circular Quay in Sydney for the 1988 Bicentennial, designing prominent Canberra spaces such as City Walk, universities in China and Kuching Waterfront in Malaysia. Bill and Darrel’s philosophy considers how a design might discover a the urban pulse and heritage of a city, reveal its urban character, and recognise …
The R&D department is excited to announce the addition of 5 new products to the Street Furniture Australia core range.
The Linea range is sleek and minimalist. 100% stainless steel frames support many colours, lengths and mounting types, including plinth and wall-fixed options.
Aluminium woodgrain, also known as ‘Wood Without Worry,’ provides the warm look of timber – retained over time – with the minimal maintenance requirements of powder coated aluminium. Where timber requires oiling every three months to keep it at its best, simply wipe down woodgrain aluminium with a clean, damp cloth every few months as required. See the new Wood Without Worry brochure. Enquire Now Select from five beautiful shades of wood: dark to light and cool to warm. Some Wood Without Worry battens require end caps. If this is the case, you may choose to match the end cap with the colour of the frame or batten. case studies Warm Tones Helping clients achieve a low maintenance, warm colour palette. Moore Street, Canberra by NettleonTribe.Aria Seat (CMA1) and Simple …