Excitement builds each year, as Myer Bourke Street unveils its annual Christmas Windows to start off the festive season in Melbourne. A very talented group of people, once again, have worked their magic and created the 2019 windows with a theme based off the Gumnut Babies from Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.
This iconic Australian story is the work of much-loved Australian female author and illustrator, May Gibbs. These adorable babies, with their wide-eyed expressions and cute little costumes made from native Australian flora, make the story come to life.
But you may wonder what does that have to do with Pacific Urethanes?
Well, in 2019 we were honoured to play a part in this 64-year tradition, through one of our customers Gavin Forsyth at Australian Spray Foam Insulation. We featured in the background using our Pacific Urethanes Spray foam, to create a realistic and creative environment for the gumnut babies.
Sprayfoam UrePac® was used to create acorns, branches, twigs and houses with a lot more pieces in between. UrePac® Rigid products can range from low density foams (10-100kg/m3) for insulation applications to high density foams (101-1000kg/m3) for structural components. A perfect choice of material.
These windows build anticipation and excitement for the people of Melbourne, for Christmas itself but also to what exciting tale will be unveiled. We can’t wait to see what the Myer windows in 2020 will be!
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