WE LOVE - Art Outside
Christine Waterson for TAIT
Recognised by DG magazine as part of the Top Ten Forces and Faces in Australian and NZ Design, you can see why we love this newest production of outdoor art from Christine Waterson.
Available in different colours and shapes, these module designs fit together to form any shape or pattern. Ideal for tailoring to any contemporary outdoor space, we love the cross-section of art, design and architecture in these creations. Another great thing about this art is the material. It’s made from aluminium so you can sit comfortably in your outdoor space knowing it will stay bright and colourful from year to year.
The options are seemingly endless, easily tailored for many different spaces. We think this would be great for; dressing up a boring wall in a courtyard garden, as a great addition to a contemporary garden space, a creative divider for a rooftop garden or large outdoor space or to simply add an injection of colour.
Adam attended the launch of the official new Stellar Launch at the Tait showroom last week in Sydney. Christine Waterson gave a great insight into her creations and inspiration.
Images supplied by madebytait.com.au
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