Trace Drinks Trolley

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Trace Drinks Trolley

TAIT: Adam Goodrum

Product Information

A new classic, Trace delivers an unconditional level of longevity, function and comfort to outdoor design. The multi-faceted series, incorporating modular lounge settings and accessories, aligns brave design detail, inspired colour palettes and a dynamic play of materials.

The Trace Sofa, Trace Armchair and Trace Modular showcase Trace’s robust, tubular aluminium frame, connected to legs in textured powder-coated aluminium or sustainable timber. A flexible wire netting attached by a series of rivets supports Trace’s low, deep seat and high back cushioning. Trace Modular’s functional units, including central and corner modules (with the option of a fixed side table), can be arranged in varying configurations. A laser-cut chair and sofa base ensures water drainage in the event of heavy rainfall.

The Trace Coffee Table can be selected in circular or rectangular form and in two heights. Table top materials include slatted Accoya or Cambia timber or marbled porcelain, in black or white. The collection further incorporates the Trace Drinks Trolley and the Trace Planter, available in two widths and exhibiting Trace’s signature woven wire mesh to function as a planter, living wall or subsequent screen.

Trace’s expert craftsmanship and employment of high-performance materials ensures its longevity and function within harsh coastal, tropical and poolside conditions. Materials include exterior-grade aluminium, stainless steel mesh, sustainable timbers, marbled porcelain materials, thermoplastic (protective feet) and rubber (wheel trim). Trace incorporates various luxurious woven fabrics including chenille and linen. Four textured exterior-grade powder coat finishes have also been selected to complement the collection.

Trace caters to architects and designers seeking exceptional design and comfort with a versatility to suit a range of exterior and interior settings. With a tailored poise, Trace aligns to both residential and commercial applications; notably design hotels, modern corporate spaces, expansive restaurants and rooftop bars.

For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.

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PDF: Trace Product Specification Sheet

Related Products

Trace Armchair, Trace Coffee Table Collection, Trace Sofa + Modular

Design: Adam Goodrum

As one of Australia’s leading industrial designers, Adam Goodrum is world renowned for his design innovation and distinct Australian aesthetic. Focusing on furniture, product and interior design, Goodrum delivers progressively original, intelligent and award-winning collections, highly regarded for commercial and retail applications. Working with Tait, Goodrum has designed the iconic Volley and newly launched Trace collections, Element and Airliner.

Growing up in Perth, Goodrum’s interest in industrial design was first established at school to further materialise through his passion for art, maths and making. Goodrum subsequently relocated to Sydney to study a Bachelor of Industrial Design at the University of Technology (UTS), where a career in product design followed soon after.

Goodrum has received various prestigious accolades including the Sydney Morning Herald Young Designer of the Year Award, the Bombay Sapphire Design Award, Vogue x Alessi Design Prize, Indesign’s Luminary Award and Idea  Awards Editor’s Medal. In 2015, Goodrum’s Unfolding  installation notably won the NGV’s Riggs Design Prize.

Today, Goodrum is based from his studio in Sydney’s Waterloo where he works independently or with a small number of casual staff when the project requires. Goodrum is also a lecturer at the UTS within the   Industrial Design department.

Goodrum’s unfaltering drive to create original design paired with an increasing demand from various manufacturers and design brands has resulted in Goodrum working with leading Australian firms including  Tait, Cult and Dessein, with international clients including Cappellini, Alessi, Normann Copenhagen, Veuve Clicquot & Wallpaper*. Goodrum is also one of three founding members of the Australian research and design collective Broached Commissions, while his work continues to be published, showcased and collected globally.

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