Created with fun and malleable environmental elements in mind, the new Scape collection designed by Adam Goodrum for TAIT embodies everyday instances that encourage us to enjoy working outside in the sunshine and inspire human connection.
It invites everyone to embrace the nature that thrives around us and nourish our wellbeing in our workplaces. The ocean's ancient rock formations and the flow of water through them, was the main inspiration for Goodrum, meaning that the outcome of Scape is a delicate, bohemian design that bridges the gap between common areas and public spaces.
Primal and warm, the pieces are reminiscent of the weathered curves that are so organically born from years in the sea.
There are various ways in which the modules can be arranged and merged together to suit any habitat or work environment, and complementary additions come in the form of tables, canopies, backrests, planters and side tables, some of which have a unique, 360° swivel design.
Scape's collection has been made with tough but light glass and reinforced concrete (GRC).
The outcome of these long lasting products, is a texture that is almost identical to the smoothest of beach stones and all are available in both grey and white.
Protective sealants can also be requested although they are all built with with anti-corrosive aluminium and a hard-wearing, UV-stable, textured powder coat.
Curated by Jodie Wolf, TLSE