Tait is popping up in the sunshine state this August, with its range of furniture now on show at Showroom in Brisbane.
July 31st, 2015
Located in the heart of Brisbane City, the Tait pop up will be housed at Showroom, an innovative retailer supporting creative entrepreneurs. The Tait popup will showcase a mix of Tait’s popular outdoor furniture collections and has been curated in collaboration with Showroom founder, Catherine Roberts.
It will highlight Tait’s commitment to high-quality, locally-crafted designs and provide a glimpse of Tait carefully selected products to feature in the Brisbane pop-up.
The brand’s signature playful personality will be on show, including the Volley collection designed by Adam Goodrum, the iconic Jak wire frame chairs and matching Jil table designed by Justin Hutchinson, and the low clean lines of the Breeze sofa and lounger, designed by Tait’s co-founder, Gordon Tait.
Favourites such as the Good One collection – a colourful range of powder-coated aluminium stools, tables and benches designed by Alastair Keating – will also be on show, alongside a range of complementary Tait accessories, colourful Basil Bangs sun umbrellas and some earthy rugs by Armadillo & Co.
In addition to the range of outstanding outdoor furniture, Tait plans to co-host architect and design industry events at Showroom during their residency. Tait’s pop-up store will be open at Showroom at Level 1, 104 Edward Street, Brisbane, Queensland from 1st August July 2015 for 6 months.
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