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Seam Stacking ChairTAIT: Design Adam Cornish
Seam is conceived with a design process not dissimilar to the way in which a piece of fabric is tailored into a form-fitting garment, a refined ‘seam’ along the spine of the chair making reference to a seam detail used in garment construction. Spanning commercial to residential applications including hospitality, breakout, alfresco and balconies, Seam is designed for outdoor use, though is equally at home indoors.
With a shell formed and folded from a single piece of flat sheet aluminium, ends meet to form a ‘seam’ along the spine of the chair – celebrating and showcasing the elegant design detail. This process enables a natural water drainage point to be created at the base of the shell and doubles as a practical handle for moving the chair as required. The Seam chair four-leg configuration is available in either stainless steel or sustainable timber. A sturdy stainless-steel cradle at the base of the chair shell ensures maximum structural longevity.
The Seam collection is personified through a rich and earthy colour palette, making reference to Australian coastlines, terrains and flora – hues include Deep Ocean, Paperbark, Ochre, Pale Eucalypt and Woodland Grey. Finished in hard-wearing, UV-stable, textured powder coat, Seam’s surfaces take on a soft, tactile and refined quality.
For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.
PDF: Seam Product Specification Sheet
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Designer: Adam Cornish
Renowned Australian designer, Adam Cornish, works from an independent, multidisciplinary design studio in Melbourne and exhibits an impressive portfolio comprising furniture, homewares and installation. With growing international acclaim and recognition, Cornish has designed pieces for Italian luxury brand Alessi, exhibited at Salone del Mobile in Milan, ICFF in New York, NeoCon in Chicago and is the winner of the New York Design Award and Herman Miller’s Asia Pacific ’Yves Behar’ competition.
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