ZigZag is an outdoor gallery system combined with modular seating, flexible freestanding screens and planter elements, designed to invite rest, play and reflection. The collection of over 30 objects will shift across Sydney until 2019, following the future route of the Sydney Light Rail, cleverly occupying closed cul-de-sacs or temporarily restricted spaces along the future public transport route. From Surry Hills to George Street, Haymarket, Kingsford and UNSW, Zigzag will adapt to each village, engaging local creatives to create murals to transform the zigzag canvas. ZigZag launched in Meeks Street, Kingsford in August 2016 at the suburb's newest public space which is a newly closed section of road, re-conceived through the project as 'Meeks Street Plaza'. As the first installation of the seating and outdoor gallery, ZigZag is drawing people to an otherwise unoccupied space, disrupting and transforming existing pedestrian patterns and behaviour. The installation utilises a unique modular prefabricated design for outdoor public furniture / infrastructure, that enables endless combinations and the occupation of sites ranging from very small (10m2) to very large (400m2+). The elements create an urban 'kit of parts' that are flexible, adaptable and sustainable, minimising the waste of one off 'pop ups' and creating an iconic temporary destination that will become recongnisable in it's journey around the Sydney metro area. ZigZag was commissioned by Transport for NSW CBD Coordination Office for the CBD and South East Light Rail Activation Program. Together with JOC Consulting, Archrival created ZigZag with a team of engineers (Cantilever Engineers), metal fabricators (Sullo Engineering), specialty installers (Pollard Productions), and graphic designers, (Nowhere Famous).