Lily Tray + Side Table

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Lily Tray + Side Table

TAIT: Design Nancy Ji

Product Information

A sophisticated and innovative two-in-one design that combines the functions of a tray and table. Conceived to enhance the outdoor dining experience, the Lily Tray Table showcases an elegant circular form and a contemporary aesthetic.

The novel design incorporates a lily pad-inspired tray manufactured with lightweight aluminium that is removable from a separate table base, allowing the user to transport food and drink outside. The stainless steel table base features a second circular shelf to provide additional storage for ice buckets, decanters and bottles. Smaller than the tray, the shelf is sheltered while a fine band ensures further securement for its contents.

Engineered with the highest quality of materials, the durability of the stainless steel frame combined with the aluminium tray ensures protection from harsh environmental factors such as sunlight, coastal air and chlorine contact. Lily is available in a wide range of UV-stable powder coat colours.

The Lily Tray Table can be selected as either a Side Table or Coffee Table, further reinforcing its practicality and sophistication as a lifestyle essential for both residential and commercial contexts. Striking as a stand-alone piece, the tables can also be nested together. The versatile design is suited to a wide range of applications including coastal residences, hospitality, commercial spaces as well as indoor use.

Marking Tait’s first collaboration with Melbourne designer Nancy Ji, the Lily Tray Table is the winning design of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz Design Award by Broadsheet, in partnership with Tait.

For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.

Downloads:

PDF: Lily Product Specification Sheet

Design: Designed by Nancy Ji

Georgina Reid is a Sydney based landscape designer and writer who grew up on a farm in Orange in central New South Wales, Australia. From a young age, Reid would help out in the garden. Unable to remember a time when she wasn’t into plants, Reid began studying landscape design in 2004 and has worked as a designer and communicator ever since.

As founding editor of esteemed online magazine, The Planthunter, Reid explores the endlessly interesting connections between people and plants. Reid is a contributor to publications including The Design Files and Belle Magazine, facilitates regular plant and design based workshops, and speaks at writing and cultural events. With qualifications in horticulture, landscape design, journalism and winner of the 2016 Australian Institute of Horticulture Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Horticultural Literature, Reid has quickly established herself as an authority within the Australian horticulture and design fields.

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