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    Surfers Paradise Heart of the City suite of furniture by Street & Garden furniture

    Street & Garden Furniture Co

    The Surfers Paradise Heart of the City suite of furniture shows how much of a significant role street furniture can have in defining the character of a public space.

    Based on the notion of Surfers Paradise as a centre of leisure and holiday lifestyle, the furniture draws on seaside and festive themes. They feature elements of surfboards and shell shapes.

    Based on the notion of Surfers Paradise as a centre of leisure and holiday lifestyle, Heart of the City suite of furniture draws on seaside and festive themes. The Heart of the City suite of furniture feature elements of surfboards and shell shapes.

    Street and Garden Furniture  offers design, development and production of street furniture concepts. Street and Garden has standard products available in traditional and contemporary forms. Products include: balustrades, bench seats, bicycle racks, bollards, drinking fountains, light poles, picnic tables, rubbish bins, shelters, signage, and tree accessories.

    Street and Garden Furniture utilises quality materials and production methods. Street and Garden Furniture uses CAD technology to streamline design and production. Many of Street and Garden Furniture’s products are sand or die cast, while others are fabricated.

    Street and Garden Furniture’s team is able to provide all aspects design, product development, and final production. Through the use of CAD technology Street and Garden Furniture is able to develop rapid prototypes that give the client an indication of the final product outcome before going into production.

    Street and Garden Furniture has extensive understanding of time frame and costing, which allow it to meet a variety of budget constraints. Street and Garden Furniture’s services allow clients to achieve a quality design that is individual to the character of a specific project.

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