As the environmental impact of traditional materials like wood becomes more evident, alternatives like recycled plastic lumber are gaining traction. This article delves into the world of recycled plastic as a material in site furnishings, exploring its benefits, applications, and why it’s becoming a preferred choice for many.
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While cars play an essential role in our daily lives, there’s a need to balance the convenience they bring with the safety of pedestrians and property. Safety bollards play a critical role in modern urban planning, providing a protective barrier that helps prevent accidents and potential harm.
Site furnishings are a crucial aspect of any public space, serving both practical and social purposes. They not only offer convenience to the community, but also shape how people interact and come together.
ThermoWood is a type of thermally modified wood created through a process developed at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland in collaboration with the Finnish wood product industry, which is licensed to members of the International ThermoWood Association.
Introducing plant life to your outdoor space, whether that’s a commercial area, public plaza, or community space, can help create more vibrant, healthy, and sustainable urban areas. Incorporating greenery can help improve the air quality by absorbing carbon dioxide, provide habitats for wildlife, and contribute to the preservation of the bee population.
As communities become more interconnected, businesses and municipalities have an opportunity to attract a growing number of cyclists by providing bike parking. We cover our top seven reasons why every commercial space needs to be bike friendly.
As a material used for construction and industrial application, aluminum possesses multiple innate qualities that are beneficial and make it a cost-efficient selection for site furnishings and bollards.
Pedestrian fatalities increase during the fall and winter months. How do we design public spaces for year-round pedestrian safety?
Products are created for mass production by industrial designers, who determine and define a product’s form and features using a mix of creativity and scientific decision making.
When designing a building or landscape, waste is usually not what comes to mind. However, garbage disposal is an important part of the development planning process as creating a clean space makes an area both appealing and more habitable.
Our suite of intelligent Citysage solutions watch, analyze, and report from remote locations so that organizations can manage sites effectively. Some of these reports, like those on tide water levels, can be combined and validated against external data sources to create forecast models. When alert conditions are reached, our smart systems can give organizations a timely heads up by sending email and/or phone alerts.