Bunjil Place has quickly become the destination for arts and entertainment in Melbourne’s south east, a name inspired by stories of Bunjil the ‘creator’, from our First Nation’s People. Located in the City of Casey, it combines creativity, entertainment and community in a way that is unparalleled in Australia.
Falinc was appointed to produce director's chairs with vibrant, contemporary designs to inspire and engage all kinds of visitors. The designs needed to be representative of the City of Casey’s local heritage, whilst also timeless.
The result is a range that reflects a strikingly modern Australian sensibility, whilst unmistakably referencing selected species of colourful local flora.
To creative this distinctive illustrative style, each of the flowers’ particular features were simplified and distilled to pure geometric forms, then assembled in a vivid, continuous pattern across the backrest and seat of the director's chairs.
This concept of The Bunjil Place Native Garden includes the Common Rice-flower, Spike Wattle, Common Heath, Waratah, Eucalypt, and Gumnut species.
Look for these director's chairs providing a distinctive pop of colour in the outdoor Plaza for gigs, movies on the Big Screen, festivals, markets and surprises after dark.