Jak & Jil Turn Ten!

The story began when Jak met Jil… ten years on everyone’s favourite pair are still winning hearts. To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Tait are delighted to welcome the Jak lounger into the iconic family. 

This Summer, Tait’s Jak & Jil collection blossom into a fully-fledged family with the welcome introduction of the Jak lounger. The easygoing and laid-back Jak lounger sees the collection adapt into a series with unlimited possibility. Perfect for relaxing just about anywhere… reading the newspaper in the morning sun (coffee press in tow), poolside with an oversized pair of sunglasses, even in the living room next to your favourite pot plant. Light and airy, yet incredibly strong, Jak’s wire frame gives the lounger a nimble form and fine-lined profile. With its welded, zinc-plated, solid wire steel construction and your choice of UV-stable powder coat, the Jak lounger is a loyal and unwavering companion. For additional comfort, the Jak lounger is available with a full exterior-grade seat pad in a range of outdoors textiles.

The Jak lounger will be available to order from
Tait showrooms and Tait Dealers Summer 2018.

We will notify you when the Jak lounger is available for order.


Designed in 2008 by renowned Australian designer Justin Hutchinson, Jak & Jil swiftly became an Australian design classic. From restaurants, universities, bars, cafés and courtyards, Jak & Jil have been almost everywhere! A go-to favourite for designers and design enthusiasts alike, Jak & Jil are in more demand than ever, cementing their status as Australian design icons.

Manufactured in Melbourne by Tait’s team of passionate craftsmen, Tait look forward to bringing Jak & Jil to life for decades to come.


Featured projects:

Paramount House Hotel, designed by Breathe Architecture, photography by Sharyn Cairns & Tom Ross.

Otto Restaurant, designed by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, photography by Nikki To.

Monash University – Clayton Campus, designed by  TCL Studio, MGS Architects and Monash University, photography by Mark Chew.

Kalex/ Park Raphael, designed by Jackson Clements Burrows and DesignOffice, photography and visualisations Scottie Cameron & Floodslicer.

Courtyard House, designed by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design, photography by Shannon McGrath.

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