Launching FLINT – a sturdy setting that doesnâ€™t mind getting legless.
October 9th, 2009
Don’t panic it doesn’t take a moment to get Flint back on his feet and you can take him anywhere; Flint enjoys fine dining indoors just as much as a casual BBQ out in the elements. Seen at SID dressed for the outdoors in Spotted Gum and charcoal and dining indoors dressed in E0 White Birch SVL from ECO CORE.
Launched at Saturday in Design, FLINT was designed by Ross Gardam for TAIT. Gardam’s diverse folio covers environmental, interior, retail and furniture design and his approach to design ensures decisions are both sustainable and equitable. This is a good match for Tait, who were recently awarded a GECA certification for outdoor furniture in recognition of sound environmental management in design and manufacture.
FLINT is available as tables and benches with Spotted Gum slatted tops for outdoor use and a choice of E0 veneers or solid timbers for indoor. Team with powder coated legs and 4 screws and you’ve got yourself a stunning new setting.
Brought to you by TAIT – designing and making quality Australian furniture for 15 years.
All FLINT enquiries can be directed to the sales team on 03 9416 0909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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