More than 25 years of making, designing, collaborating, refining, manufacturing, styling, thinking, working and playing.
At Tait we design and produce premium products that celebrate the Australian outdoor lifestyle. Proudly Australian owned and made, our products have become part of a contemporary outdoor furniture vernacular that speaks to Australia’s unique way of life and culture.
Established in Melbourne in 1992 by Managing Director and sheet metal craftsman, Gordon Tait, and Creative Director, Susan Tait, we have a long and proud history of collaboration and mentorship. Through our work with talented local designers, both friends and colleagues, we produce collections that are of the moment yet designed to last a lifetime.
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With a new year in the mix and feeling of renewal in the air, we look at ways to rejuvenate the home for the year ahead.
Scape by Adam Goodrum for Tait responds to the ever-changing landscape of our cities. In 2020, we celebrate its design excellence for the Best in Class Accolade Award in the Product Design Furniture and Lighting Category.
For celebrated furniture brand, Tait, the influence of nature and the great outdoors are paramount in the way we live, work and play within our everyday spaces.
Part urban infill and part urban heritage protection, this renovation and extension is the second stage of an innovative sub-division project in Perth.
Australian outdoor furniture house Tait and New Zealand textile house Mokum have come together this Summer to celebrate the southern hemisphere’s latest and greatest in outdoor design.
Slow down; light a candle; run a bath; settle in to read a good book. Create a space of personal sanctuary and find yourself a moment of tranquility.
Tait and Mokum know exactly what it means to live – and survive – outdoors in the Australian climate. This summer they’ve collaborated reinventing some of Tait’s most popular designs with a distinct, 70s edge.
In this beachside holiday house that remembers the iconic Nissen Hut, Max Pritchard Gunner Architects showcases the beauty of understated, simple, environmentally responsive design.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
‘Fold and frame’ is the name of the game – or design concept – in this family home in Five Dock, Sydney.
Across the vastly varying climatic conditions of the Indo Pacific, one thing that unites us is the desire to be connected to the outdoors. Wherever your locality lies these pieces will help you feel at home in the outdoors.
Unwinding poolside has never been more luxurious. Trace Sunlounge by Tait transports its users to a tranquil resort backdrop.
Form and function meet fashion; these armchairs are super comfortable and will steal the spotlight as the perfect conversation piece.
An unliveable, deceased estate in Melbourne’s Alphington has been transformed into a timber box-like family home, revealing a journey of layers upon layers by architect Walter&Walter.
Perched a-top a 150 acre cliff ridge, Headland House, designed by Atelier Andy Carson, was developed for a system of living which prizes excitement and a bit of risk in the safest possible way for an art-loving couple and their young family.
Australian furniture design have never been more in demand. The world-over, this industry is clambering for the region’s best design thinkers and the imaginative, innovative products they create. Here, we celebrate five of Australia’s top industrial design talents.
Designing for natural light and a focus on bright and airy Scandinavian interiors was a game changer in the renovation of a wanting Victorian era terrace house in Port Melbourne.
For the last twenty-five years Tait have been passionate about Australian design – and it’s time to celebrate.
Gordon and Susan Tait celebrate a quarter of a century endorsing, enabling and encouraging “a life outside”.
Edition Office’s latest thoughtful, stripped back design suggests pure, bunker-like functionality from a distance. While, up close, one delights in its artisanal detail and interaction with the landscape.