Friday, 13 April 2012

Tate Anson - Salone Satellite

Fresh from success at the Graduate of the Year Awards Melbourne Movement's Tate Anson will present his innovative Tryst and Solaris products at Salone Satellite 2012.

The Tryst stool capitalises on the elegance and strength of timber to achieve a delicate yet durable product that marries the conveniences of modern machining and traditional wood craft.

The bespoke Tryst stool offers an allure that is reminiscent of traditional hand-crafted timber furniture. Utilising the pattern that allows the form to be created as the primary aesthetic detail, the Tryst stool is an honest reflection of allowing the stretched timber process to dictate the form, offering beauty and intrigue to any setting, Tryst is an elegant addition to any environment.

Melbourne Movement emerging talent designer Tate Anson.

This clock is produced from a single piece of timber. The timber is machined and steam-bent into a 360 degree array and once joined, the closed loop retains its form and offers a stunning visual, capitalising on the natural beauty of the material.

The Solaris clock is available in various sizes and finishes, making a bold statement in any domestic or commercial environment.

Tryst stool by emerging design talent industrial designer Tate Anson.


  1. What an absolutely beautifully crafted stool & clock! Who would have thought you could do that with timber. So smooth and visual... Genius, Tate Anson!

  2. Wow Tate, amazing workmanship with wood. Funky and unique designs and it's so refreshing to see something that stands so far apart from the mass-produced items that surround us in the modern world. Definately an up and coming designer to keep an eye on.