This Beautiful New Outside Furnishings Assortment Celebrates The Tales And Abilities Of First Nations Artists
Legendary Australian outside furnishings design home, Tait, has teamed up with Willie Weston to create a landmark assortment of lovely, low-maintenance outside items that includes the designs of three First Nations artists – Rosie Ngwarraye Ross (Artists of Ampilatwatja), Osmond Kantilla (Tiwi Designs) and April Jones (Marnin Studio).
The Woven Skies vary contains plush outside arm chairs, a settee, an out of doors eating set with seating and different gentle furnishings coated in Willie Weston materials. Each bit is made to order with sturdy, environmentally pleasant supplies in Australia by expert craftspeople, and designed to face up to the hardest of outside situations.
Willie Weston is a for-profit enterprise run by two non-Indigenous girls, Jessica Sales space and Laetitia Prunetti, in Melbourne. Since 2015 they’ve been working with artists from Aboriginal-owned artwork centres to deliver the talents and tales of the world’s oldest residing tradition into houses and industrial areas