South Bank Precinct
Cox Rayner Architects
Surya Graf, 2009
Developed in conjunction with Cox Rayner Architects this seating solution was designed as a feature element for a bus stop outside the QPAC site. Catering for large groups of people, the seat is one continuous 6m length. Being a high traffic area, the site required a very robust and easily maintained solution. Fabricated entirely from folded steel for strength and longevity, the wall mounted installation also helps to limit the possibility for rubbish entrapment. One of the key details in this piece was the integration of skate deterrents into the laser cut surface patterning.
All necessary site analysis, product feasibility studies, prototyping and technical documentation were also undertaken by Street & Garden studio during the various design and manufacturing phases of the project.
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↑ Street & Garden Furniture Co. was established in 1991, when company director David Shaw applied his strong design principles to street furniture. His vision was to develop products which complement community attitudes and the existing built environment. Our Classic range reflects this attitude.
↑ Specialists in urban design and street furniture, S&Gs industrial designers work in collaboration with architects, landscape architects and designers to develop products that cohesively link with client project goals. This catalogue of designs recognises the need for furniture with a 'contemporary' functionality and visual aesthetic.
Functional and decorative systems to safely define spaces and control foot traffic.
Secure storage solutions for one or more bicycles.
Enclosures for waste collection and management.
Fixed, illuminated and removable bollards for pedestrian and vehicle control.
Hydration solutions with a focus on user accessibility.
Functional and decorative street scape illumination solutions.
Backrest, backless and platform bench seating solutions.
Posts, banner arms and display systems for interpretive and way-finding solutions.
Dining and working spaces with a focus on user accessibility.
Protective grates and guards for street scape planting.