Street objects and furniture includes benches, traffic barriers, street lamps, traffic lights & signs, bus stops, fountains, and other objects and pieces of equipment that are installed along streets and roads for varied public purposes. The aesthetics, visual identity, function, pedestrian mobility, and road safety account for the objects’ placement. Most street furniture is utilitarian in nature, and are regulated to conform to safety and codes. However, the iconic personality, design and implementation of street objects often become an essential part of a place’s constructed identity (for example, the red telephone boxes in Britain, and residential mail boxes in the United States). Street objects hold local significance to its respective place.