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 …
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.
Presentations and consultations can still go ahead through video conferencing via Zoom or your preferred communication platform.
This is a challenging time for us all. Our plan is to grow stronger as a team and community, and continue to help our customers to create great projects.
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Take a quick (and educational) tea break with us! Landscape architects are invited to join a fast and interactive one-on-one Zoom chat with your local Street Furniture Australia representative to learn about street furniture trends, new products and latest projects. Presentations are guaranteed no longer than 10-minutes plus Q&A. You will receive a T2 gift box of your choice, delivered to your home. The first 50 bookings also have a chance to win a Tokyobike Classic Sport valued at $1100.00.* Book by contacting Nancy on firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the button below. * Winner announced on December 10, 2020 via StreetChat. Presentations must be done by this time. Bicycle will be a Tokyobike Classic Sport or equivalent depending on availability. Winner will select preferred size and colour.
To ‘homify’ is to create an ambience that is comfortable and immediately relaxing … a feeling that evokes, ‘I’m home’. Street Furniture Australia proudly presented ‘Homifying Sydney Olympic Park’ – a webinar accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects for 1 Formal CPD point – as part of the Land-e-Scape online festival. The presentation streamed on the Land-e-Scape conference platform and for free on YouTube. It is currently available to watch on demand via YouTube. Viewing link: https://bit.ly/3iUEKbwRegistration (optional): Register your attendance for CPD certification. What is the webinar about? The session will explore how human-centred design was applied for community consultation at Sydney Olympic Park. Human-centred design is a process more typically seen in product or software development than in placemaking. Street Furniture Australia uses human-centred design to create …
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, …
New experimental open-air smart hubs, created by Street Furniture Australia at our studio and factory in Western Sydney, have been officially launched by Georges River Council Mayor Kevin Greene on Thursday February 20, 2020. “ChillOUT Hubs aim to offer some relief in our densifying cities by providing opportunities to meet, work or rest, and spend more time outdoors,” says Street Furniture Australia Head of Innovation June Lee Boxsell. “Each hub packs a punch – integrating shade, seats and tables, charging stations, solar power, sensors, lighting, public WiFi, greenery, smart fountains and smart bins – a big feat combining tech, industrial design and placemaking,” she says. Three hubs are already installed in the Georges River Council region in south Sydney as part of a pilot study for the Australian Government’s Smart …
The Australian fires have burned an estimated 18.6 million hectares, destroyed more than 2,800 homes and killed at least 34 people. An estimated one billion animals have been killed and some endangered species may face extinction. And they are still burning. Our team is especially thinking of the communities who have lost loved ones and homes, and of the volunteers still fighting bushfires in this national crisis. After some discussion about how we can do our bit to help, Street Furniture Australia has allocated funds to support the reconstruction of Batemans Bay in NSW. This south coast town became a disaster zone over the new year as residents and tourists fled to evacuation centres and the beach. Hundreds of buildings, including homes, have been lost. Fires still continue to threaten …