12 Moore Street, Canberra ACT, Australia (2019)

Aria Seats and Simple Bins have been optimised for long-term maintenance and to complement the shape of the space at 12 Moore Street, Canberra.

The Aria two-seaters and curved configurations fit around planter corners with 90 degree connector modules, and in sheltered nooks.

The round 80L Simple Bins match the seats, featuring Textura Monument frames and aluminium woodgrain Spotted Gum battens.

These batten and frame materials are an ideal combination for easy cleaning and maintenance.

The textured and anti-mar Textura powdercoat range is highly recommended for bins, as it is easy to wipe clean.

Woodgrain aluminium provides a warm timber look – recommended for places with cold climates such as Canberra – without the need for regular oiling.

The refurbishment of this ground floor entrance has “modernised and refreshed” the public space, according to custodian AMP Capital.

Tenants of the office tower, and their guests, now have “a re-energised and distinguished arrival point,” they say.

Stage One of the project was specified by Nettletontribe and delivered by FDC Construction.

Aria Seats and Simple Bins have been optimised for long-term maintenance and to complement the shape of the space at 12 Moore Street, Canberra.

The Aria two-seaters and curved configurations fit around planter corners with 90 degree connector modules, and in sheltered nooks.

The round 80L Simple Bins match the seats, featuring Textura Monument frames and aluminium woodgrain Spotted Gum battens.

These batten and frame materials are an ideal combination for easy cleaning and maintenance.

The textured and anti-mar Textura powdercoat range is highly recommended for bins, as it is easy to wipe clean.

Woodgrain aluminium provides a warm timber look – recommended for places with cold climates such as Canberra – without the need for regular oiling.

The refurbishment of this ground floor entrance has “modernised and refreshed” the public space, according to custodian AMP Capital.

Tenants of the office tower, and their guests, now have “a re-energised and distinguished arrival point,” they say.

Stage One of the project was specified by Nettletontribe and delivered by FDC Construction.

location

12 Moore Street, Canberra

client

Specifier: Nettletontribe
Contractor: FDC Construction
Custodian: AMP Capital

project highlights

Tenants now have “a re-energised and distinguished arrival point.” – AMP Capital

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