Craigieburn Central VIC, Australia (2014)

Craigieburn Central is a brand new shopping experience, combining the best elements of both indoor and outdoor shopping centres.

Street Furniture Australia was pleased to be a part of the $330 million project constructed by Lend Lease. Working with the talented design team from Oculus, SFA manufactured their cutting-edge custom furniture designs constructed from hardwood, concrete and composite materials.

Craigieburn Central is a brand new shopping experience, combining the best elements of both indoor and outdoor shopping centres.

Street Furniture Australia was pleased to be a part of the $330 million project constructed by Lend Lease. Working with the talented design team from Oculus, SFA manufactured their cutting-edge custom furniture designs constructed from hardwood, concrete and composite materials.

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