Coordinated style with design flexibility are the hallmarks of Broadway™ street furniture; a modular design concept that is easy to specify for both contemporary and traditional external works applications.

The 5 Broadway™ model ranges – XC, XR, XM, XT and XP – offer products designed for stunning, bespoke streetscene projects through to functional, tough outdoor dining facilities. Designed and manufactured at our Kent-based factory to the highest of standards in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001 practices for proven durability over the long term. This external seating and other outdoor furniture will stylishly complement our range of tensile structures and canopies for schools and businesses.

Our XC design theme combines the unique appeal of unfinished corten steel with the enduring quality of iroko hardwood. Produced in a range of radius, angled and straight lengths, the modular planter and seating sections offer the specifier serious creativity without the requirement for detailed design work.

Broadway™ XR also uses a modular design base to offer a stunning, minimalist style for benches, seating, tables and planter units. Configurable in frame colour and length but with consistency of aesthetic, the stunning good looks of the XR range do not come with the long lead times often associated with street furniture of this class. Beautifully finished iroko hardwood slats and edge sections feature on all product types.

The XP and XT product ranges represent great value with a choice of features with many types available from stock. XP is steel framed with iroko hardwood slats, while XT is our A-Frame or circular dining table range produced from either responsibly sourced SW timber or recycled plastic.

The stalwart of our Broadway™ range, XM, has an innate strength and simplicity of function to survive the daily rigour of education environments while manufactured with a quality of material that avoids the utilitarian. The design of XM obviates the necessity for bolt-down fixings which makes the inevitable re-siting of outdoor furniture over time a simpler operation for facilities teams.


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