LIMITED EDITION GARDENWALL ‘TERRAIN’
Designed by Georgina Reid of The Planthunter.
To mark the 10th anniversary of GardenWall, Tait are releasing a limited-edition GardenWall pattern, ‘Terrain’, designed by plant maven Georgina Reid of The Planthunter. With only 100 limited-edition GardenWall ‘Terrain’ planters available, take advantage while stocks last.
Ten years old and as timeless as ever. Tait’s GardenWall has long been revered for its inventive yet simple design, addressing the classic planter with a twist. Featuring playful, stackable units in a range of patterns and variety of colours, GardenWall has been gracing rooftop gardens and livening up office interiors for the good part of a decade. To give GardenWall the birthday it deserves, Tait have enlisted the talents of Georgina Reid (founder of esteemed online magazine The Planthunter) to release a limited-edition GardenWall pattern named ‘Terrain’.
The design for ‘Terrain’ reflects on Reid’s interests in landscape topographies and the work of late Brazilian landscape architect, Roberto Burle Marx. An incredible artist and great modernist, Marx produced landscape design plans which have become works of art in themselves. Inspired by his approach and fuelled by her obsession with patterns of the earth as seen from above, Reid’s ‘Terrain’ design was conceived.
ABOUT GEORGINA REID OF THE PLANTHUNTER
Georgina Reid is a Sydney based landscape designer and writer who grew up on a farm in Orange in central New South Wales, Australia. From a young age, Reid would help out in the garden. Unable to remember a time when she wasn’t into plants, Reid began studying landscape design in 2004 and has worked as a designer and communicator ever since.
As founding editor of esteemed online magazine, The Planthunter, Reid explores the endlessly interesting connections between people and plants. Reid is a contributor to publications including The Design Files and Belle Magazine, facilitates regular plant and design based workshops, and speaks at writing and cultural events. With qualifications in horticulture, landscape design, journalism and winner of the 2016 Australian Institute of Horticulture Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Horticultural Literature, Reid has quickly established herself as an authority within the Australian horticulture and design fields.
Photography by Haydn Cattach.