A suite of unique light and viewing installations were constructed at Thompson Park, Slacks Creek, designed to visually allude to the idea of a child's paper boat in order to create a dynamic and engaging public space.
Logan City Council entrusted the team at Street + Garden to deliver the range of visually stimulating installations for their Slacks Creek Corridor public space refurbishment.
The new viewing platforms reference the materials and shapes of the furniture and shelters that are part of this exciting new park precinct, linking each installation together to create a cohesive community space.
The boundaries between functional street furniture and art often blur when working with Street & Garden, and the Slacks Creek installation is no exception. The award-winning team of industrial designers can elevate any idea into a unique and distinctive creation that separates your space from the rest.
This expertise and complex understanding of materials and manufacturing processes allow the team to rapidly develop creative and cost-effective public furniture design solutions. The studio works in close collaboration with architects and designers of all disciplines in order to develop design solutions that support and enhance project goals.
If you’re in the neighbourhood, don’t forget to go and marvel at the fantastic light display that offers stunning shapes and colours situated against the adjacent waterway.
Street + Garden would love to chat about any upcoming projects and offer their expertise and insight to add value to your vision.