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Locker Group Case Study - Caxton Roma Pedestrian Link

Project Name:

Caxton Roma Pedestrian Link

Location:

Brisbane, QLD

Architect:

EDAW Australia

Application:

Anti-throw screens

Specification:

Pic Perf

Photography:

Rob Burnett, Christopher Frederick Jones

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Scope

The Caxton Roma Pedestrian Link was designed in an effort to funnel pedestrian traffic between Suncorp Stadium and Brisbane’s CBD.

The bridge was designed by EDAW Australia, with the concept of a populated space at all times. To achieve this, EDAW required artwork to be integrated into the anti-throw screens, without compromising views of the surrounding environment.

The solution was Locker Group’s Pic-Perf®.

 

Progression

Working closely with EDAW, Locker Group supplied multiple proofs to satisfy the specific design requirements. Image proofing provides a realistic representation of the panels prior to manufacture, allowing the client to see the detail instilled in the perforating process.

 

Outcome

This project consisted of 52 individual Pic-Perf® images, and was installed by Beenleigh Steel Fabrications. The typical size of the panels was 4523mm x 1175mm and each one was folded prior to installation.

The changing light during the day, significantly changes the aesthetic of the panels, from within the walkway and when viewed from beyond.

The Pic-Perf® panels not only create a stunning visual element to the project, they also provide shade and security, an inviting safe haven for pedestrians.

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