In the heart of Wagga Wagga, the historic Victory Memorial Gardens are set on two hectares of land and offer a central meeting place for the city. Wagga Wagga Council have chosen the comfortable and timeless Mall range to upgrade their existing outdoor furniture. A number of Mall Settings and Mall Seats have been placed throughout the gardens, providing a place to gather with family or simply ponder the history of the park. Also, Rim Bins have been added to provide an efficient litter solution for visitors.
Mary O’Brien Reserve has been expanded and upgraded by the City of Sydney, offering residents of Zetland and neighbouring suburbs a multi-purpose space for families and residents to enjoy. Classic Plaza Settings (dda-compliant) were included in the new design to accommodate all users, whether there to enjoy a picnic or simply catch up with friends. Classic Plaza Seats surround two new playgrounds, for parents and carers to relax on while their children play.
Wave benches, designed by Oculus, breathe new life into Camberwell Laneways. When the Boroondara Council looked at the dull, service-only laneways in the Melbourne suburb of Camberwell, it saw an opportunity to reflect the character of a community. What it ended up with had even greater potential: a blueprint for laneways that could revitalise the wider municipality. “There is a lack of public seating in the area, so we engaged Street Furniture Australia.” An initial trial took place in Market Lane, a thoroughfare leading from Burke Road to a car park, which hosts the Camberwell Fresh Food Market from Tuesday to Saturday each week. “It started as a thoroughfare where traders and the Rotary Club wanted to do something to liven it up and make it more useful “ says Boroondara …