We are proud to participate in the Victorian Level Crossing Removal Project, by supplying 80x Fulcrum Seats across 50 train stations as part of the upgrade. A total of 50 train stations have been transformed with a further 50 seats in the pipeline yet to be completed.
We are proud to participate in the Victorian Level Crossing Removal Project, by supplying 80x Fulcrum Seats across 50 train stations as part of the upgrade.
Outdoor products are constantly competing with Mother Nature, which means not only do they have to have high quality finishes, but their finish and colour also has to last. We understand the long term investment that our clients make when purchasing our products.
Environmentally friendly, versatile and durable were at the top of Moreland City Council’s urban design wish list and Furphy Foundry delivered. Our solution was our 100% recycled and highly durable Promenade Seat to meet the specific brief.
Furphy Foundry is proud to launch our new Flinders Seat to compliment the Bench and Picnic Setting in the Flinders Range. Robust design for high use environments, use of sustainable materials, 100% Australian made, installation service available, delivered fully assembled.
We manufacture a wide range of Street & Park Furniture products that are ideal for educational
environments such as schools, universities, TAFEs, pre-schools and kindergartens.
Customer: City of Wyndham CouncilLocation: Tarneit, City of Wyndham, VICProject: Outdoor Seating Furniture Furphy Foundry is proud to be part of the newly opened Julia Gillard Library in Tarneit. The new library officially opened its doors on February 3rd 2016 to promote learning and growth to Tarneit residents by providing them access to a wide
Customer: City of DarebinLocation: Edwardes and Byfield Streets, Darebin, VICProject: Urban Nodes Custom Furniture Furphy Foundry recently worked with Citywide Constructions, Bellemo & Cat Architects and Jack Hotakorian & Associates Engineering for an urban nodes project as part of the Reservoir Streetscape Upgrade in Darebin, Victoria. The nodes were constructed between the Edwardes and Byfield