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Chris Adamick

Chris Adamick, LEED AP

Born 1980 in Los Angeles, studied fine art at UCLA and environmental design at Art Center College of
Design in Pasadena, CA. 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 urban spaces to
consumer products. Chris was recently included in Bernhardt design's Global Edition along with
designers Arik Levy, Jeffrey Bernett, Yves Behar, and Culdesac for the international release of his
stacking chair, Audio, at the Salone del Mobile in Milan.  Chris has shown work and received press
internationally, was a featured speaker at the 2007 ICFF, and recently created Test Collective, a design
collaboration with Brooklyn based designer Piotr Woronkowicz.


POD Adamick Chris TEST collective VOLUME

Volume Storage and Display Unit

The musical revoution has been digitized, sure, but no matter how many MP3s we download there will never, ever be anything better than the sweet sound of vinyl. Designer Chris Adamick appreciates the beauty of a Bob Dylan LP and the allure of a record by The Smiths; This bamboo-and-Corian media center allows you to put your favorite sleeves on display and keep your turntable on hand, ready to rock at a moment's notice.