Australian designer Adam Goodrum added the Trace Planter to the Trace collection that he created for design studio Tait last year. The original Trace collection is comprised of a series of outdoor lounge furniture pieces, and the new Trace Planter joins the group. The planter piece takes on a rectangular structure and is crafted from a series of powder-coated aluminum boxes that hold up the signature Trace tube form and net design, which makes it a natural extension to the Trace series.
Every Trace Planter is designed to hold pots within its structure or prepares for plants to be planted right in them. The stainless steel mesh provides a foundation of support for climbing plants to grow upon. The pieces are available in two different width options and four colorways: 'Deep Ocean', 'Headland', 'Surfmist' and 'Nightsky.'
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