Are you interested in designing furniture for the public domain? The ‘Designing for Manufacture’ field day is a FREE not-to-be missed event.
Leading Australian designers will share their knowledge of industrial design for the public space environment at Designing for Manufacture field day. From the sketchpad to the production floor, discover the key steps to creating your own street furniture products ready for manufacture.
Designing for Manufacture is an AILA field day at Street Furniture Australia’s new factory and showroom in Regents Park in western Sydney. Morning tea and transport provided.
Attendees will receive three CPD points. Maximum 30 places available for AILA members and only six places available for students. A webinar will also be available following the event.
Please RSVP by Friday August 29 at blog.streetfurniture.com/aila
SpeakersRoger Jasprizza - Associate Director, Oculus
Roger Jasprizza is a landscape architect and horticulturist with over 25 years of experience in urban and landscape design and ornamental horticulture. Roger’s design approach is focused on the creation of great places for the community to enjoy while balancing the needs of authorities and stakeholders. His approach is based on the union of both classic and contemporary design principles working to establish and strengthen connectivity between landscape, built form and infrastructure. Roger is responsible for the direction and management of major projects and has expertise in delivering complex landscape projects, which include streetscapes, parks and waterfronts.
Simon Trick - Landscape Architect, Oculus
Simon Trick is a landscape architect with experience in both the design and construction of landscape projects. He is skilled in a number of digital graphic and communication programs as well as physical model-making and hand-drawing. His interests lie in the ecological importance of the public realm and how natural and constructed systems can interact in a harmonious manner. Simon’s skills encompass concept design through construction supervision.
Ron Yuen - Head of Design, Street Furniture Australia; Associate Director - Conybeare Morrison International
Ron Yuen is an architect with over 25 years’ experience in architecture and building practice. For the past 15 years, Ron has been responsible for new products and the research and development programme at Street Furniture Australia. Ron is also Associate Director at Conybeare Morrison International and is involved in documentation and quality management of various small and large-scale projects. Ron's design skills, urban environment knowledge and technical know-how of manufacturing processes and project management skills have been instrumental to the high-quality standard of Street Furniture Australia products.
Designing for Manufacture
Thursday, September 4, 2014 9am to 12:30pm
Street Furniture Australia
Building N6, Corner of Regal Street and Commercial Drive
Regents Park NSW 2143
Travel time is typically 50 minutes from the city.
By Bus - A courtesy bus will leave at 8am from the Qantas Credit Union Arena (formerly known as Sydney Entertainment Centre), 35 Harbour Street, Darling Harbour.
By Car - Drive via Hume Highway. There is plenty of free parking near the building.
By Train - 5 minute walk from Regents Park station (T3 Bankstown Line).