- 600mm W
- 300mm D
- 1700mm H
- 60cm W
- 30cm D
- 170cm H
- 23.62in W
- 11.81in D
- 66.93in H
Trace’s signature tubular framework and marine-grade stainless steel webbing act as a trellis to support and frame climbing plants and espalier varietals.
Refined luxury, elegant form and sensory detail define the Trace Planter. Designed by Adam Goodrum, Trace is contemporary, original and considered.
Characterised by a dynamic interplay of materials, trademark detailing and lavish proportions, the Trace collection is an exploration of texture, colour and form. Goodrum’s fascination with generous form, woven detail and material continuity reveals itself throughout the collection.
The Trace Collection is esteemed by architects and designers alike for its ability to speak to a wide range of residential and commercial contexts as well as the assurance of quality craftsmanship and longevity.
A fully resolved and comprehensive resort-style collection comprising an Armchair, Sofa, Modular System, Sunlounge, Coffee Table, Drinks Trolley, Planters, Dining Table and Bench Seating, Trace is the ultimate expression of outdoor luxury.
Fabricated and assembled with expert craftsmanship, employing aluminium, stainless steel mesh, sustainable timbers and marbled porcelain materials, Trace’s enduring beauty is matched by its resilience.
SHALE GREY TEXTURED
BANKSIA LEAF TEXTURED
BURGUNDY CLAY TEXTURED
CORE TEN TEXTURED
DEEP OCEAN TEXTURED
PALE EUCALYPT TEXTURED
TEAL SEA TEXTURED
WOODLAND GREY TEXTURED
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.
Wash regularly with warm soapy water and mild detergent using a soft cloth. For commercial, industrial or marine environments we recommend monthly maintenance. Always rinse well with water, to remove any remaining detergent.
Avoid steam cleaning, pressure washing, abrasive cleansers, steel brushes/wools and cleaners containing chlorine. Avoid scratching the surface by dry dusting. Never use strong solvents to clean powder coated surfaces. Aggressive solvents such as turpentine, white spirits, thinners, citrus based cleaners, Spray and Wipe, and other aggressive solvents are harmful to the extended life of the powder coated surface. Do not allow detritus, organic or man-made matter to settle on the product surface. We recommend removing any buildup of mineral deposits leaching from soils and fertilisers, should it occur on Tait’s planters.
Rough treatment of powder-coated furniture can result in chipping of the coated surface; this is not covered under warranty.
Most Tait products come with protective fittings – stacking glides, bumpers, socks/feet and glides. These aid in protection against chipping and scratching. Powder coated chairs are designed to be set in place gently.
Touch-up paint may be purchased on request. It is advisable to repair minor nicks and scratches as soon as they appear.
When placing a furniture cover over a table for an extended period of time, it is recommended to first place an empty plastic pot plant in the centre of the table, then placing the furniture cover over the top. This will prevent the possibility of the furniture cover adhering to the table surface.
Should you wish to touch up any blemishes which may occur, please contact your nearest Tait showroom and request a Powder Coat Touch Up Kit. Please follow our Powder Coat Touch Up Guide (available under ‘Dimensions and Specs – Download Assets’ on the product page) for application details.
Powder coat is a decorative finish for indoor and outdoor use. While it assists with metal protection, it is not a corrosion protection in its own right. The components of Tait powder coated products are produced in either aluminium, stainless steel or mild steel.
The mild steel base materials are treated with two levels of pre-protection that guard against corrosion. The products are then powder coated to make the surface resistant to corrosion and suitable for use in exterior environments.
Minor corrosion spots at the weld joins – under table tops, bases and seat frames, may be evident on mild steel products. These do not affect the structural integrity of the product and are not covered by the Tait warranty.
Whilst every care is taken to provide the most suitable finish according to the use and the environment the product will be subjected to, Tait cannot guarantee this decorative finish against scratching, scuffing, chipping, fading or corrosion as a result of use in harsh seafront, extreme or environments where chlorine is present.
Tait offer a range of powder coat colours which offer excellent UV stability and are suitable for use in outdoor applications. Whilst powder coat offers excellent colour retention, natural fading is not covered under the Tait warranty. To ensure longevity of this finish please refer to the care and maintenance.
The warranty does not cover any occurrence of detritus, organic or man-made matter settling on the product surface. The warranty also excludes buildup of mineral deposits leaching from soils and fertilisers, should it occur on the surface of Tait’s planters. Nor does this warranty cover any product corrosion directly caused by aforementioned matter.
Tait assume no responsibility for product damage caused by the use of furniture covers.
Stainless steel is the bee’s knees in terms of anti-corrosion, longevity and lower-than-low-maintenance. Here at Tait we use both electro and hand polished stainless steel and looking after it is a piece of cake.
-Wash your stainless pieces regularly with soapy water and a clean cloth
-If necessary, a Scotch-Brite pad and extra elbow grease will do no harm
-Use a non-abrasive cream cleaner or commercial cleaner for more stubborn marks
-Clean in one direction along the original polish lines
-Use steel wool or metallic scrapers
-Allow dirt to accumulate
A WORD ON TEA-STAINING
In a salty sea-air environ stainless steel can be prone to “tea-staining” (usually within 5km of the surf) recognisable by surface discolouration caused by a build-up of environmental elements.
Tea-staining is no cause for alarm as it is purely cosmetic and does not affect the structural integrity of the material. An electro-polished finish will reduce the occurrence of tea staining, but should it occur, it will clean right off with hot soapy water and a bit of elbow grease.
Careless handling, treatment or misuse of our products can result in damage and is not covered under our manufacturer’s warranty.
Tait provides a 5-year warranty on stainless steel framework against structural defects. The corrosion of stainless steel and steel parts due to use in a confined chlorinated environment or as a result of direct use in harsh seafront locations which are not covered under warranty. Tea staining will occur on Stainless Steel and is not covered by the Tait warranty.