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Space Buster

I think this project is quite brilliant. Upon first view, it’s a well designed, albeit quirkily shaped, mobile pop up space, completely self contained and adaptable. 109 more words


Bookish Owls and a Little Big Man

The Big Little Man (1999) sounds like a typical oxymoron, however, in this case, he is a whimsical bronze sculpture by Dean Bowen. It provokes interaction and discussion as he appears as both larger and smaller than life at the same time; as if all the fun contained in a child’s drawing has been scaled-up. 164 more words

Street Art

Step to it: The Duke of Wellington's mounting stone

The 1st Duke Of Wellington is one of the country’s most famous soldiers and statesmen, having defeated Napoleon at the Battle Of Waterloo and serving as Prime Minister twice. 501 more words


AILA workshop: A Success!

Street Furniture Australia held its first major event as support corporate partner of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects on Thursday, 4 September. Designing for Manufacture was held at the brand new showroom and factory in Regents Park in western Sydney. 139 more words


Always Improving

Classic Plaza now in marine-grade stainless steel

The R&D team is always working on ways to improve our products. Our Classic Plaza range – first launched in 1978 – has changed its structural material from galvanised steel to marine-grade stainless steel. 12 more words


SFA donation: Celebrating 50 Years of The Paddington Society

Street Furniture Australia (SFA) supported the 50th anniversary of the Paddington Society by donating the first prize in a raffle at the anniversary dinner held at… 207 more words


Hammock by the Harbour

Street furniture, in my experience, is to often something chosen from an overly restricting schedule. The result, an uncomfortable, durable, permanently fixed structure. It probably has metal insets to discourage skaters and awkwardly spaced dividers, that make it uncomfortable for a person to relax. 113 more words