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Trace SunloungeTAIT: Design Adam Goodrum
From poolside dips to rooftop Pimm’s, bask in the balmy embrace of Tait’s Trace sunlounge. The epitome of resort relaxation, where time stands still…
Natural curves meet plump upholstery in the latest addition to Tait’s award-winning Trace collection by leading Australian designer, Adam Goodrum. Once again demonstrating Goodrum’s finesse for organic form, the Trace sunlounge radiates poolside indulgence. Trace channels effortless Summer afternoons with the sound of gently lapping water and the cool relief of the sea breeze on warm skin.
Seamlessly aligned with the familial language of the luxurious, inviting yet robust Trace family, the sunlounge flaunts the distinctive character and signature elements of the collection. For the ultimate in comfort, the sunlounge backrest is easily raised or lowered via intuitive handle mechanism, offering the option for three levels of posture. When elevated, impressive glimpses of the characteristic Trace mesh can be seen. Once entirely lowered, the backrest becomes perfectly flush with the lounge base to become a day bed. Readily mobile, the sunlounge features bespoke timber wheels with rubberised outer trim for smooth functionality.
Ideal for the residence or resort, the Trace sun lounge utilises high-performance materials resilient to the ravages of sun, salt, and chlorine. The framework consists of corrosion-resistant, lightweight aluminium with aptly placed laser-cut drainage holes in the sunlounge base for aided evaporation. The backrest features the signature Trace stainless steel mesh while offering added support to the user. Sumptuous upholstery conceals three tiers of reticulated foam of varying densities to aid drying time and enhance comfort while maintaining shape and form.
The Trace sunlounge is available in hard-wearing, UV stable textured powder coat hues including Headland, Deep Ocean, Surfmist and Nightsky and upholstery can be specified in a range of premium exterior-grade fabrics.
Tait’s original designs are protected under design registration and copyright.
For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.
PDF: Trace Sunlounge Product Specification Sheet
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Designer: 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 collection, Trace collection and Element fire pit.
Adam Goodrum grew up in Perth, where his 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 Denfair’s ‘Best Australian Designer’ 2017, Denfair’s ‘Best Product’ 2017 for Tait’s Trace collection, 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.
Product Photography by Haydn Cattach
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