Seam Dining Chair

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A series of cuts, folds and joins gives the Seam Dining Chair - a contemporary outdoor dining chair - its eponymous seam signature detail. The Seam Collection is conceived with a design process not dissimilar to the tailoring of a piece of fabric into a form-fitting garment.

Using a design process not dissimilar to the tailoring of a piece of fabric into a form-fitting garment, the Seam Collection takes shape using a series of cuts, folds and joins.

The shells of the Seam Chair and Barstool ensemble are formed and folded from a single piece of aluminium whose ends meet to create a ‘seam’ along the spine of the chair, giving the collection its eponymous signature detail.

Seam delivers a system of seemingly endless table formations for a mixture of applications with various size, shape, colour and finishes possibilities.

The Seam collection is Australian designer Adam Cornish’s first collection for Tait. An elegantly resolved and comprehensive collection, Seam delivers a system of seemingly endless seating and table formations for a mixture of applications.

The collection is a deliberate composition of essential pieces – dining chair, stacking chair, barstool, bench seat, dining table, café table and bar table – each with multiple colour, finish and shape alternatives.

Seam is a collection that is revered by architects and designers alike for its ability to speak to a range of residential and commercial contexts along with the assurance of genuine local manufacture using sustainable methodologies, quality craftsmanship supported with a manufacturer guarantee and product longevity.

Spanning commercial to residential and hospitality to corporate applications, each piece in this comprehensive collection is designed for outdoor use, though it is equally at home indoors.

All Tait pieces are made locally and come with a 5-year warranty.
Tait’s original designs are protected under design registration and copyright.
DIMENSIONS
  • 515mm W
  • 430mm D
  • 765mm H
  • 51.5cm W
  • 43cm D
  • 76.5cm H
  • 20.28in W
  • 16.93in D
  • 30.12in H
Lead Times
  • Residential Orders: 8 weeks. Order by 1st October for pre-Christmas delivery.
  • Commercial Order (based on quantity): 10 - 12 weeks
  • For orders outside Australia, please contact [email protected]
Features
  • Aluminium seat panels
  • Stainless steel legs and cradle
  • UV stable powder coat
  • UV stable polyethelyene glides
  • Magnetised rubber seat pad option

SEAM CHAIR DETAIL

Powder Coat
Textured Powder Coat Colours
  • BANKSIA LEAF TEXTURED

  • BLACK TEXTURED

  • BURGUNDY CLAY TEXTURED

  • CORE TEN TEXTURED

  • DEEP OCEAN TEXTURED

  • HEADLAND TEXTURED

  • JASPER TEXTURED

  • MONUMENT TEXTURED

  • OCHRE TEXTURED

  • PALE EUCALYPT TEXTURED

  • PAPERBARK TEXTURED

  • SURFMIST TEXTURED

  • TEAL SEA TEXTURED

  • WHITE TEXTURED

  • WOODLAND GREY TEXTURED

SEAM DINING CHAIR | SEAM CAFÉ TABLE


Pictured in Woodland Grey Textured Powder Coat teamed with Seam Cafe Tables in Black Textured Powder Coat with Silver Grey Compact Laminate Tops

Seat Pad Colour
  • SURFMIST

  • BLACK

  • DARK GREY

  • HEADLAND

  • LIGHT GREY

SEAM DINING CHAIR


Seam Magnetised Rubber Seat Pad in Grey

SEAM DINING CHAIR | SEAM CAFÉ TABLE | RETAIL PROJECT


Pictured in Deep Ocean Textured Powder Coat with Seam Cafe Tables at E&S Showroom Melbourne by Mim Design

SEAM DINING CHAIR DETAIL

 

“Although fabric and sheet metal seem worlds apart, the tailoring process used to construct shapes is surprisingly similar”

ADAM CORNISH

Adam
Cornish

Melbourne, VIC

Renowned Australian designer, Adam Cornish, works from an independent, multidisciplinary design studio in Melbourne. Exhibiting an impressive portfolio comprising furniture, homewares and installation, Cornish has received growing international acclaim and recognition. Cornish has designed pieces for luxury Italian 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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