Chris Adamick was born in Los Angeles in 1980 and studied fine art at UCLA and Environmental Design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Chris worked as a designer with Studio Gaia in New York where he focused on hospitality environments located internationally, and he later went on to design disaster awareness and relief products with the Pacific Rim project in Tokyo. Chris currently designs with Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles where he explores projects in scales that range from large urban spaces to consumer products. In 2008 Chris was included in Bernhardt design's "Global Edition" and his stacking chair, Audio, was released at the Salone del Mobile in Milan; is subsequently included in Interior Design Magazines "Best of Year" and received Chicago Athenaeum's Good Design Award. Chris believes that design allows us to create new ways to interact with the world and exposes meaning in the ways we already do.
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Arktura 17.5" Clic Stool by Chris Adamick