This incredibly thoughtful public furniture collection is focused on enhancing the urban experience for residents. Dubbed 'Scape,' the range is the work of Adam Goodrum, who was commissioned by Tait.
The idea behind the public furniture capsule is to establish a synergy between the human agent and nature, even in the construction-forward urban environment. To do so, Adam Goodrum focused on curating silhouettes that are fluid, encouraging to social interaction, and mimicking elements of nature to some extent. As a result, the curvaceous form of the public furniture designs resemble the aesthetics of rocks. In addition to this, the pieces seek to alleviate feelings of "stress, anxiety, and depression."
The Scape collection is ideal for use in residential and multi-residential areas, including the corporate, educational, health and hospitality sectors.
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