Mall Bench

Comfortable and timeless, this versatile range is designed for indoor and outdoor use across a range of public environments. The Mall range also offers Woodgrain battens, which offer a ‘timber look’ with minimum maintenance.

Comfortable and timeless, this versatile range is designed for indoor and outdoor use across a range of public environments. The Mall range also offers Woodgrain battens, which offer a ‘timber look’ with minimum maintenance.

Low maintenance

Select Woodgrain for a timber alternative with minimum maintenance.

Optional arms

Select this product with arms for a unique look.


at a glance

    • Price Range: $500 - $1000
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Street Furniture Australia uses sustainably sourced local timber from certified managed forests.

Spare parts are readily available.

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specifications

Choose an option per category to specify your product.

Code
CMM4

Dimensions (mm)
615W x 435H x 1750L

Battens (mm)
63W x 30D x 1750L
• Eco-certified Hardwood Oiled
• Aluminium Anodised
• Woodgrain Bush Cherry
• Woodgrain Casuarina
• Woodgrain Grey


Mounting
• Surface
• Subsurface
• Freestanding**
**Excludes Pedestal and Wall

Arms
• None
• Elliptical Powder Coated (Pair)

Powder Coat Finish
Please refer to Colour Chart

Tailored options are available for all Street Furniture Australia products. Additional fees and lead times may apply.


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related projects

Circular Quay Wharf

Street Furniture Australia’s range of Mall DDA seats and benches will be installed at Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay, as part of the NSW government’s $3 million upgrade to Circular Quay Wharf. Circular Quay is one of Sydney’s key transport interchanges, with around 170,000 customers passing through every week. Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian says that the upgrade is vital in ensuring the quay remain a world-class facility: “While everyday transport customers are our priority, the significance of Circular Quay for Sydney’s tourism can’t be underestimated.” The new seating will replace the Classic Plaza seats installed about 15 years ago by Street Furniture Australia. This is the most significant upgrade to the quay since Harbour City Ferries began operating Sydney Ferries services in July 2012. The project is due to be completed in …

  • 3 feb 2015
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Subiaco Square Shopping Centre

Designed by Taylor Robinson Architects, various landscaping works were carried out at Subiaco Square Shopping Centre. The construction of a square structure using Street Furniture Australia’s CMM407 wall benches offers pedestrians a place to stop, relax and enjoy the street life of Rokeby Walk Arcade.

  • 20 dec 2014
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Darwin

  • 23 mar 2015
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